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    Dobson, Roy Thomas
    et al.
    University of Saskatchewan.
    Stevenson, Katherine
    Health Quality Council, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
    Busch, Angela
    University of Saskatchewan.
    Scott, Darlene J.
    Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology.
    Henry, Carol
    University of Saskatchewan.
    Wall, Patricia A.
    University of Saskatchewan.
    A quality improvement activity to promote interprofessional collaboration among health professions students2009In: American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, ISSN 0002-9459, E-ISSN 1553-6467, Vol. 73, no 4, p. 1-7, article id 64Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    OBJECTIVES: To develop and evaluate a classroom-based curriculum designed to promote interprofessional competencies by having undergraduate students from various health professions work together on system-based problems using quality improvement (QI) methods and tools to improve patient-centered care.

    DESIGN: Students from 4 health care programs (nursing, nutrition, pharmacy, and physical therapy) participated in an interprofessional QI activity. In groups of 6 or 7, students completed pre-intervention and post-intervention reflection tools on attitudes relating to interprofessio nal teams, and a tool designed to evaluate group process.

    ASSESSMENT: One hundred thirty-four students (76.6%) completed both self-reflection instruments, and 132 (74.2%) completed the post-course group evaluation instrument. Although already high prior to the activity, students' mean post-intervention reflection scores increased for 12 of 16 items. Post-intervention group evaluation scores reflected a high level of satisfaction with the experience.

    CONCLUSION: Use of a quality-based case study and QI methodology were an effective approach to enhancing interprofessional experiences among students.

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