Development of an elearning programme to improve knowledge of interprofessional education in undergraduate healthcare students

Clare OHara, Donna Stinson, Carl Olsen, Lana Trotter, Karen McCutcheon

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Abstract

Evidence has highlighted the importance of interprofessional education in relation to the promotion of collaborative team working and the ultimate reduction in communication errors among healthcare professionals. The establishment of interprofessional education in undergraduate healthcare programmes prepares students for interprofessional collaboration, which is vital to the delivery of safe patient care. Using a logic model approach an interprofessional education e-learning programme was developed and made available to healthcare professional students to undertake during their clinical practice experiences. This paper describes how a logic model process was used to develop and implement this interprofessional education e-learning programme for use by undergraduate healthcare students.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBritish Journal of Nursing
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Publication statusPublished - 20 Nov 2018

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