Learning Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP)
Interprofessional education can help to enhance the skills needed to be part of a cooperative, hands-on health workforce. Interprofessional collaborative practice is an important strategy that can improve care and is an unavoidable way for reducing the global health workforce crisis. In Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP) two or more professions learn about, from and with each other and the persons in their service (WHO, 2010).
Are you a lecturer or trainer?
Welcome to the IPECP journey!
Get an overview on what to expect (4 min video):
We developed materials to inspire and guide you.
Main outcomes are our process guides for educators:
Where do you apply IPECP?
In a higher education setting:
In a rehabilitation setting:
Choose your setting
to explore inspiring didactics and experiences.
Subpage 1 Rehabilitation practice
Subpage 2 Academic classroom
Scientific background on the materials’ development is provided, too.
What could be the impact?
You may be interested to read, what lessons the INPRO consortium learned:
We would be grateful to you if you could share your experiences, ideas, suggestion or compliments with us. Please drop a note via the contact form.
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