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


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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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