Creating a collaborative practice environment which encourages sustainable interprofessional leadership, education and practice

Margo Brewer, Helen Flavell, Megan Smith, Franziska Trede, Sue Jones

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    Abstract

    The inadequacy of traditional health services mean that health service models and education practices need to adapt to deliver future health professionals; they will require a different set of capabilities including the capacity to work in interprofessional (IP) teams to deliver client centred care. The aim of this project is to bring together fieldwork as a means to develop graduate capabilities with the shift to IP practice through designing and implementing a leadership development program for senior health managers and health industry fieldwork coordinators. By building the leadership and change management capacity of those responsible for providing student fieldwork learning environments, the program will in turn build capacity for learning and teaching within health practice education and support national and international drivers for IP practice. A major deliverable of the project for the sector will be a leadership development program for IP education and practice (including full resources and facilitator's guide) to create sustainable collaborative practice learning environments.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationSydney, NSW, Australia
    PublisherOffice for Learning and Teaching
    Commissioning bodyOffice for Learning and Teaching
    Number of pages43
    ISBN (Electronic)9781743619629
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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