Development of Interprofessional Graduate Health Professions Education Programs: Findings From a Needs Assessment
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It is increasingly necessary to equip healthcare professionals to engage in collaboration via interprofessional education (IPE). This paper describes the findings of a mixed-methods pedagogical needs assessment in health professions education, in which IPE emerged as a key theme. Two new graduate programs aim to meet these needs.
KeywordsInterprofessional education needs assessment mixed methods flexible instructional design
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