Key components of IPE experiences in the practice setting

89305Key components of IPE experiences in the practice setting

  • An introduction to or review of the six interprofessional competencies identified in the National Interprofessional Competency Framework
  • The opportunity to learn about the roles and scopes of practice of other health professionals and to consider such issues as stereotypes, assumptions, hierarchies and areas of overlap within a team
  • The opportunity to practice, in collaboration with students and professionals from other health or social service professions, skills related to these interprofessional competencies
  • The opportunity to reflect upon the nature and process of interprofessional, collaborative practice and the personal development of competencies related to this practice

[1] Godden-Webster, A., & Murphy, G. (2014). Interprofessional collaboration in practice: A guide for strengthening student learning experiences. Halifax NS: Dalhousie University.