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Author Royeen, Charlotte Brasic.

Title Leadership in interprofessional health education and practice / by Charlotte Brasic Royeen, Gail M. Jensen, and Robin Harvan
Published Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, [2009]


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Description xxxi, 478 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Foreword Interprofessional Education and Practice in Health Care: International Perspectives Harvan, Barr, Gilbert, and Schmitt -- Section 1 -- 1 Interprofessional Education: Context, Complexity and Challenge Jensen, Harvan and Royeen -- 2 Interprofessional Education and the Common Good: A Reflective Analysis Jensen, Cochran, Goulet, Coppard -- 3 Interprofessional Education: History, Review, and Recommendations for Professional Accreditation Agencies Royeen, Terharre, Walsh -- 4 Grounding Interprofessional Education in Theory HARVAN, ROYEEN & JENSEN -- 5 Issues Related to Interprofessional Assessment Coppard, Jensen, Cochran, Goulet -- 6 Shaping the Future: Strategies for Promoting Interdisciplinary Health Professions Practice in Rural and Underserved Communities Roche -- 7 Interprofessional Collaboration: A Framework for Engaging Faculty in Geriatric Scholarship, Service and Education Ryan Haddad, Doll -- 8 The Librarian is Out: The Role of the Librarian in Rural Health Outreach Champ-Blackwell, Hartman -- Section 2 Community Context -- 9 Addressing Culture while Building the System: Leadership Challenges in Interprofessional, Interagency Rural Health Networks Hamel-Lambert, Murphy -- 10 Community Development Model Applications in the Delivery of Interprofessional Case: A Forty Year Perspective Lavin, Bust, Le, Campbell, Bostic, Herning, Wilder, Hilton, Miller -- 11 Connecting Interprofessional Education to the Community through Service Learning and Community Based Research Reynolds -- 12 Too Many High Sounding Words and Not Enough Action: The Problems with Actualizing Justice in Rural Health Velde -- 13 Building a Healtchare Workforce that Reflects the Public We Serve Crowe, Burtner, Torres-Aragon -- 14 The AHEC Advantage: Campus-Commuity Partnerships for Rual Health Education Harvan -- Section 3 Practice Context -- 15 Professional Identity and Socialization; Barriers and Opportunities in Interprofessional Education Swisher -- 16 "Against the Current": Strategies for Success in Healthcare - A Case Example of a Rural, Native American Community Doll, St. Cyr, -- 17 Improving Diabetes Outcomes in Rural Practices: The Power of Collaborative Care Cummings, Bray, Clay -- 18 Developing Health Professional Students Into Rural Health Care Leaders of the Future Through Best Practices Cross, Doll -- 19 Creighton University's Office of Health Sciences Multicultural and Community Affairs Role in Interprofessional Education Kosoko-Lasaki -- Section 4 Educational Context -- 20 Interprofessional Curriculum: Preparing Health Professionals for Collaborative Teamwork in Health Care Ruebling, Carlson, Cuvar, Donnelly, Lavin, Smith, Westhus, Wunderlich -- 21 Interprofessional Training in Telehealth Technologies for Service Delivery and Development of Rural Communities of Practice Sekerak, Wakeford, Cochran, Alexander -- 22 The View from 30,000 Feet: Rural Interprofessional Education at the Academic Health Center Level Brandt, Halaas -- 23 Training for Inter-Professional Services to Appalachian Adolescents with Mental Health Needs: Lessons Learned from R. PRISYM Pierce, Marshall, Adams, Cecil, Huff, Ratliff -- 24 The Forgotten Population: Health Communication with Rural Racial/Ethnic Communities Wells -- 25 The Health Report Card Project: Building Community Capacity Wilken -- Section 5 Next Steps -- 26 The Next Step in Rural Health Interprofessional Education and Practice Lyons -- 27 Where do we go from here? Royeen, Jensen and Harvan
Summary The changing landscape of health care continues to grow more diverse. As young health professionals move into clinical practice and face challenging health demands and increasing health care costs, they must be prepared to work in interprofessional teams despite a lack of experience in team-based skills. Leadership in Interprofessional Health Education and Practice represents a collective response to this problem from educators, clinicians, and community health leaders acting as a resource for interprofessional education and practice. Divided into five sections, this book includes the necessary information to encourage dialogue, debate, and action along with models for community engagement in interprofessional education needed to meet the health care needs for the present and the future
Notes Contains papers from the conference Leadership in rural health interprofessional education: a working conference for leaders in rural health care, held in Denver, Colo
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Leadership.
Rural health services.
Interdisciplinary approach in education.
Interprofessional relations.
Rural health services -- Congresses.
Interdisciplinary approach in education -- Congresses.
Interprofessional relations -- Congresses.
Leadership -- Congresses.
Education, Professional.
Rural Health Services.
Community Health Services.
Interprofessional Relations.
Genre/Form Congress.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Jensen, Gail M.
Harvan, Robin Ann.
LC no. 2008033360
ISBN 9780763749835 paperback
0763749834 paperback