Interprofessional References

 

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Atkins, JM. & Walsh, RS. (1996). Developing shared learning in multiprofessional health care education: for whose benefit. Nurse Education Today, 17(4), 319-324.

 

Atwall, A. & Caldwell, K. (2002). Do multidisciplinary integrated care pathways
improve interprofessional collaboration? Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 16(4), 360-367.
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Barnes, D., Carpenter, J. & Bailey, D. (2000). Partnerships with service users in
interprofessional education for community mental health: a case study. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 14(2), 189-200.

 

Barnes, D., Carpenter, J., Kickinson, C. (2000). Interprofessional education for
community mental health: attitudes to community care and professional stereotypes. Social Work Education, 19(6), 555-583.

 

Barnes, D., Carpenter, J., Dickinson, C. (2006). The outcomes of partnerships with
mental health service users in interprofessional education: a case study. Health and Social Care in the Community, 14(5), 426-435.

 

Barr, H., Hammick, M., Koppel, I., Reeves, S. (1999). Evaluating Interprofessional
Education: two systematic reviews for health and social care. British Educational Research Journal, 25(4), 533-544.

 

Barrett, G., Greenwood, R. & Ross, K. (2003). Integrating interprofessional education
into 10 health and social care programmes. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 17(3), 293-301.

 

Braithwaite, J. & Travaglia JF. (2005). The ACT Health inter-professional learning and
clinical education project: background discussion paper #1. The value, governance and context of inter-professional learning and practice Canberra. Braithwaite and Associates and the ACT Health Department, 1-19.

 

Brandon, RN. & Knapp, MS. (1999). Interprofessional education and training:
transforming professional preparation to transform human services. American Behavioral Scientist, 45(2), 876-891.

 

Brashers, VL. Curry, CE., Harper, DC., McDaniel, SH., Pawlson, G., Ball, JW. (2001).
Interprofessional health care education: recommendations of the national academies of practice expert panel on health care in the 21st century. Interdisciplinary Care: National Academies of Practice Forum, 3(1), 21-31.
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Caldwell, K., Atwal, A. (2003). The problems of interprofessional healthcare practice in hospitals.  British Journal of Nursing, 12(20), 1212-1219.

 

Cannon-Bowers, JA., Salas, E. & Blickensderfer, E. (1998). The impact of cross-training and workload on team functioning: a replication and extension of initial findings. Human Factors, 40(1), 92-101

 

Carpenter, J., Barnes D., Dickinson, C., Woof, D. (2006). Outcomes of interprofessional education for Community Mental Health Services in England” The longitudinal evaluation of a postgraduate programme. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 20(2), 145-161.

 

Choudhry, NK., Fletcher, RH. & Soumerai, SB. (2005). Systematic Review: the
relationship between clinical experience and quality of health care. Annals of Internal Medicine, 142(4) 260-273.

 

Cladwell, K.  Atwal, A. (2003). The problems of interprofessional healthcare practice in hospitals. British Journal of Nursing, 12(20), 1212-1218.

 

Clements, D., Dault, M. & Priest, A. (2007). Effective teamwork in healthcare: research and reality. Healthcare Papers, 7(s1), 26-34.

 

Cochrane Collaboration. (2005). Interprofessional education: Effects on professional
practice and health care outcomes (Cochrane review). Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Profession, 23(2), 124-125.

 

Cody, W. (2002). Critical thinking and nursing science: judgment, or vision. Nursing
Science Quarterly, 15(3), 184-189.

 

Commentaries. (2002). Teamwork during education: the whole is not always greater than the sum of the parts. Medical Education, 36(4), 314-316.

 

Cooper, H., Carlisle, C., Gibbs, T. & Watkins, C. (2001). Developing an evidence base
for interdisciplinary leraning: a systematic review. Integrative Literature Reviews and Meta-Analyses, 35(2), 228-237.

 

Costa, A., C., Roe, R., Taillieu, T. (2001). Trust within teams: The relation with
performance effectiveness. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology,10(3), 225-244.

 

Curran, VR., Mugford, JG., Law, RMT. & MacDonald, S. (2007). Influence of an
interprofessional HIV/AIDS education program on role perception, attitudes and teamwork skills of undergraduate health sciences students. Education for health change in learning and practice, 18(1), 32-44.
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D’Amour, D., Ferrada-Videla, M., Rodriguez, LSM. & Beaulieu, M-D. (2005). The
conceptual basis for interprofessional collaboration: core concepts and theoretical frameworks. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(s1), 116-131.

 

Davoli, G. W., Fine, L. (2004). Stacking the Deck for Success in Interprofessional
Collaboration. Health Promotion Practice, 5(3), 266-270.

 

D’Eon, M. (2005). A Blueprint for interprofessional learning. Journal of
Interprofessional Care, 19(2), 49-59.
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E

Emerson, T. (2004), Preparing placement supervisors for primary care: an
interprofessional perspective from the UK. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 18(2), 165-182.

F

Fallsberg, MB. & Wijma, K. (1999). Student attitudes towards the goals of an inter-
professional training ward. Medical Teacher, 21(6), 576-581.

 

Forman, D. & Nyatanga, L. (2001). The process of developing a research questionnaire to measure attitudes to shared learning. Medical Teacher, 23(6), 595-598.

 

Freeth, D. & Reeves, S. (2004). Learning to work together: using the presage, process, product (3P) model to highlight decisions and possibilities. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 18(1), 43-56.
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Geller, ZD., Rhyne, RL., Hansbarger, C., Borrego, ME., VanLeit, BJ., Scaletti, JV.
(2002). Interdisciplinary health professional education in rural New MJexico: a 10 year experience. Learning in Health and Social Care, 1(1), 33-46.

 

Gelmon, SB., White, AW., Carlson, L., Norman, L. (2000). Making organizational
change to achieve improvement and interprofessional learning: perspectives from health professions educators. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 14(2), 131-146.

 

Gibbon, B., Watkins, C., Barer, D., Waters, K., Davies, S., Lightbody, L., Leathley, M.
(2002). Can staff attitudes to team working in stroke care be improved? Issues and Innovations in Nursing Practice, 40(1), 105-111.

 

Gilbert, JH. (2005). Interprofessional learning and higher education structural barriers. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(2), 87-106.

 

Gilbert, JH., Camp II, RD., Cole, CD., Bruce, C., Fielding, DW. & Stanton, SJ. (2000).
Preparing students for interprofessional teamwork in health care. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 14(3), 223-235.

 

Ginsburg, L. & Tregunno, D. (2005). New approaches to interprofessional education and collaborative practice: lessons from the organizational change literature. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(2), 177-187.
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Haig, A. J., LeBreck, D. B. (2000). Measurement of Change in Rehabilitation Team
Dynamics With the Team Assessment Profile (TAP). International Journal of Rehabilitation and Health, 5(2), 71-83.

 

Hall, P. (2005). Interprofessional teamwork: professional cultures as barriers. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(2), 188-196.

 

Hammick, M. (1998). Interprofessional education: concept, theory and application.
Journal of Interprofessional Care, 12(3), 323-332.
Hind, M., Norman, I., Cooper, S., Gill, E., Hilton, R., Judd, P., Jones, S. (2003).

 

Hilton, R., Morris, J. (2001). Student placements – is there evidence supporting team skill development in clinical practice settings? Journal of Interprofessional Care, 15(2), 171-183.

 

Hind, M., Norman, I., Cooper, S., Gill, E., Hilton, R., Judd, P. & Jones, SC. (2003).
Interprofessional perceptions of health care students. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 17(1), 21-34.

 

Horsburgh, M., Lamdin, R. & Williamson, E. (2001). Multiprofessional learning: the
attitudes of medical, nursing and pharmacy students to shared learning. Medical Education, 35(9), 876-883.
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Interprofessional perceptions of health care students. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 17(1), 21-34.

J

Johnson, CE., Stewart, AL., Brabeck, MM., Huber, VS. & Rubin, H. (2004).
Interprofessional collaboration: implication for combined-integrated doctoral training in professional psychology. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 60(10), 995-1010.
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Ker, J., Mole, L. & Bradley, P. (2003). Early introduction to interprofessional learning: a simulated ward environment. Medical Education, 37(3), 248-255.

 

Kets De Vries, MFR. (1999). High-performance teams: lessons from the pygmies.
Organizational Dynamics, 27(3), 66-77.

 

Kiekel, PA., Cooke, NJ., Foltz, PW. & Shope, SM. (2001). Automating measurement of
team cognition through analysis of communication data. Las Cruces, New Mexico: New Mexico State University,Sandia Research Corporation.

 

Kristjansson, K. (2007). Measure Self-Respect. Journal for the Theory of Social
Behaviour, 37(3), 225-242.
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Legare, F., Stacey, D., Graham, ID., Elwyn, G., Pluye, P., Gagnon, MP., Frosch, D.,
Harrison, MB., Kryworuchko, J., Pouliot, S., & Desroches, S. (2008). Advancing theories, models and measurement for an interprofessional approach to shared decision making in primary care: a study protocol. BMC Health Services Research, 8(2), 1-8

 

Lindqvist, S., Duncan, A., Shepstone, L., Watts, F., & Pearce, S. (2005). Development of the ‘Attitudes to Health Professionals Questionnaire’ (AHPQ): A measure to assess interprofessional attitudes. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(3), 269-279.

 

Lingard, L., Conn, LG., Russell, A., Reeves, S., Miller, KL., Kenaszchuk, C.,
Zwarenstein, M. (2007). Interprofessional information work: Innovations in the
use of the chart on internal medicine teams. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 21(6), 657-667.
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Makinen, J., Petersson, G., Nurmi, R., Lonka, K. (2007). Health Care Students’ Differing Conceptions of Expertise: A Challenge for Inter-Professional Care. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 12(4), 441-455.

 

Maran, N.F., Glavin, R. J. (2003). Low-to high-fidelity simulation – a continuum of
medical education? Medical Education, 37(1), 22-28.

 

Martin-Rodriguez, LS., Beaulieu, M-D., D’Amour, D. & Ferrada-Videla, M. (2005). The
determinants of successful collaboration: a review of theoretical and empirical studies. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(2), 132-147.

 

McNair, R., Stone, N., Sims, J., & Curtis, C. (2005). Australian evidence for
interprofessional education contributing to effective teamwork preparation and interest in rural practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(6), 579-594.

 

McPherson, K., Headrick, L. & Moss, F. (2001). Working and learning together: good
quality care depends on it, but how can we achieve it? Quality and Safety in Health Care, 10(s2), 46-53.

 

Morison, SL., Stewart, MC. (2005). Developing interprofessional assessment. Learning in Health and Social Care, 4(4), 192-202.

 

Mulvale, G., Bourgeault, IL. (2007). Finding the right mix: how do contextual factors
affect collaborative mental health care in Ontario? Canadian Public Policy, 33
9(s1), 49-63.
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Nembhard, IM., Tucker, AL., Horbar, JD. & Carpenter, JH. (2007). Improving patient
outcomes: the effects of staff participation and collaboration in healthcare delivery. Unpublished manuscript.

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Odegard, A. (2006). Exploring perceptions of interprofessional collaboration in child
mental health care. International Journal of Integrated Care, 6(18), 1-13.

 

O’Neill, BJ. & Wyness, MA. (2004). Learning about interprofessional education: student voices. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 18(2), 198-200.
Parsell, G. (2007). Educational principles underpinning successful shared learning. Medical Teacher, 20(6), 522-529.

 

Orchard, C.A., King, G.A., Khalili, H., & Bezzina M.B. (2012).  Assessment of interprofessional team collaboration scale (AITCS): development and testing of the instrument.  Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 32(1), 58-67. DOI: 10.1002/chp.21123.

 

Orchard, C.A., Curran, V., and Kabene, S. (2005). Creating a culture for Interdisciplinary collaborative professional practice. Medical Education Online. 10(11), 1-13.


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Pullon, S. & Fry, B. (2005). Interprofessional postgraduate education in primary health care: is it making a difference? Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(6), 569-578.

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Rafferty, AM., Ball, J. & Aiken, LH. (2001). Are teamwork and professional autonomy
compatible, and do they result in improved hospital care? Quality and Safety in Health Care, 10(902), 32-37.

 

Reeves, S., Freeth, D., McCrorie, P. & Perry, D. (2002). ‘It teaches you what to expect in future…’: interprofessional learning on a training ward for medical, nursing, occupational therapy and physiotherapy students. Medical Education, 36(4), 337-344.

 

Richardson, J., Maureen, M., Cripps, K., Mohide, EA., Macpherson, AS. Educating
students for interprofessional teamwork in the clinical placement setting. Educational Gerontology, 23(7), 669-693.

 

Robson, M., Kitchen, S.S. (2007). Exploring physiotherapy students’ experiences of
interprofessional collaboration in the clinical setting” A critical incident study.  Journal of Interprofessional Care, 21(1), 95-109.

 

Russell, KM. & Hymans, D. (1999). Interprofessional education for undergraduate
students. Public Health Nursing, 16(4), 254-262.
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Smith, R., Christie, C. (2004). Facilitating transdisciplinary teamwork in dietetics
education: a case study approach. Journal of American Dietetic Association, 104(6), 959-962.

 

Soklaridis, S. (2007). Family Health Terms; Can health professionals work together?
Canadian Family Physician, 53(7), 1198-1199.

 

Steinert, Y. (2005). Learning together to teach together: interprofessional education and faculty development. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(2), 60-75.

 

Steward, GS. & Barrick, MR. (2000). Team structure and performance: assessing the
mediating role of intrateam process and the moderating role of task type. Academy of Management Journal, 43(2), 135-148.
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Terry, D. J., Hogg, M. A., White, D. M. (1999). The theory of planned behaviour: Self-
identity, social identity and group norms. British Journal of Social Psychology, 38(3), 225-244.

 

Towle, A. (2006). Where’s the patient’s voice in health professional education? Nurse
Education in Practice, 6(5), 300-302.

 

Tunstall-Peodoe, S., Rink, E. & Hilton, S. (2003). Student attitudes to undergraduate
interprofessional education. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 17(2), 161-172.

 

Trevillion, S. & Bedford, L. (2003). Utopianism and pragmatism in interprofessional
education. Social Work Education The International Journal, 22(2), 215-227.
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Watt-Watson, J., Hunter, J., Pennefather, P., Librach, L., Raman-Wilms, L., Schreiber,
M., Lax, L., Stinson, J., Dao, T., Gordon, A., Mock, D. & Salter, M. (2004). An integrated undergraduate pain curriculum, based on IASP curricula, for six Health Science Faculties. Quality and Safety in Health Care, 110(2), 140-148.

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Young, L., Baker, P., Waller, S., Hodgson, L., Moor, M. (2007). Knowing your allies”
Medical education and interprofessional exposure. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 21(2), 155-163.

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Zwarentstein, M. (2006). Interprofessional education: effects on professional practice and health care outcomes. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 23(2), 125-126

 

Zwarentstein, M., Reeves, S., Perrier, L. (2005). Effectiveness of pre-licensure
interprofessional education and post-licensure collaborative interventions. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 19(2), 148-165.

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