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Toward interprofessional learning and education : mapping common outcomes for prequalifying healthcare professional programs in the United Kingdom. / Steven, Kathryn Ann; Howden, Stella; Mires, Gary; Rowe, Iain; Lafferty, Natalie; Arnold, Amy; Strath, Alison.

In: Medical Teacher, Vol. 39, No. 7, 2017, p. 720-744.

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Steven, KA, Howden, S, Mires, G, Rowe, I, Lafferty, N, Arnold, A & Strath, A 2017, 'Toward interprofessional learning and education: mapping common outcomes for prequalifying healthcare professional programs in the United Kingdom', Medical Teacher, vol. 39, no. 7, pp. 720-744. https://doi.org/10.1080/0142159X.2017.1309372

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Steven, K. A., Howden, S., Mires, G., Rowe, I., Lafferty, N., Arnold, A., & Strath, A. (2017). Toward interprofessional learning and education: mapping common outcomes for prequalifying healthcare professional programs in the United Kingdom. Medical Teacher, 39(7), 720-744. https://doi.org/10.1080/0142159X.2017.1309372

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Steven KA, Howden S, Mires G, Rowe I, Lafferty N, Arnold A et al. Toward interprofessional learning and education: mapping common outcomes for prequalifying healthcare professional programs in the United Kingdom. Medical Teacher. 2017;39(7):720-744. https://doi.org/10.1080/0142159X.2017.1309372

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Steven, Kathryn Ann ; Howden, Stella ; Mires, Gary ; Rowe, Iain ; Lafferty, Natalie ; Arnold, Amy ; Strath, Alison. / Toward interprofessional learning and education : mapping common outcomes for prequalifying healthcare professional programs in the United Kingdom. In: Medical Teacher. 2017 ; Vol. 39, No. 7. pp. 720-744.

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title = "Toward interprofessional learning and education: mapping common outcomes for prequalifying healthcare professional programs in the United Kingdom",
abstract = "Introduction: Interprofessional education (IPE) continues to be a key component in prequalifying health professional education, with calls for regulators to publish a joint statement regarding IPE outcomes. To date, the regulatory documents for healthcare education in the United Kingdom have not been examined for common learning outcomes; information that could be used to inform such a statement and to identify opportunities for interprofessional learning.Methods: A mapping of the outcomes/standards required by five, UK, health profession regulatory bodies was undertaken. This involved the identification of common outcomes, a keyword search and classification of common outcomes/standards; presented as themes and subthemes.Results: Seven themes were identified: knowledge for practice, skills for practice, ethical approach, professionalism, continuing professional development (CPD), patient-centered approach and teamworking skills, representing 22 subthemes. Each subtheme links back to the outcomes/standards in the regulatory documents.Conclusions: This study identifies the key areas of overlap in outcomes/standards expected of selected healthcare graduates in the United Kingdom. The mapping provides a framework for informing prequalifying IPE curricula, for example, identifying possible foci for interprofessional education outcomes and associated learning opportunities. It allows reference back to the standards set by regulatory bodies, a requirement for all institutions involved in health profession education.",
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