What is important when training interprofessionalism in a rehabilitation setting?
With the finish-line in sight for the INPRO-Project by the end of 2023, we are currently finalising all the sub-projects we have been working on over the last 2,5 years. Aside from the physical outcomes we have collected so far (Process Guides, Competence Framework, etc.) we thought about our own personal “outcome” from this project. Did/does INPRO change the way we think about interprofessionalism and especially about the way we approach or train an interprofessional team?
With that thought in mind, we wanted to give the voice to our in-field trainers.
Laura Mutanen (Coronaria), Line Atsma (Rehabilitation Centre Revalidatie Friesland) and Tina Schwingenschloegl (Moorheilbad Harbach) are working in a rehabilitation setting within an interprofessional team. One of their roles is to train new workers and/or students in their facility and for INPRO, they are our experts when it comes to implementing new approaches of interprofessionalism within an actual clinical situation.
To collect their thoughts about interprofessionalism in action, we had an interview with our three trainers that shows their journey and lessons learned over the last years.
Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2z8pIsfqW4