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Designing Interprofessional Education Curriculum Using Multiple Conceptual Frameworks
Pharmacy Practice Faculty Publications
  • Paul George
  • Celia P. MacDonnell, University of Rhode Island
  • Jayashree Nimmagadda
  • Judy Murphy
  • Richard Dollase
Document Type
Article
Date of Original Version
1-1-2015
DOI
10.1007/BF03355303
Abstract

With the full implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the impending physician and nursing shortage, health professional students will increasingly find themselves working together in teams to care for patients. Education at the undergraduate level is necessary for students to perform effectively in teams as practicing clinicians. We describe our approach to designing curriculum for health professional students, namely using educational conceptual frameworks such as Kotter’s 8-step Change Model, Kern’s 6-step approach to designing curriculum, and Miller’s pyramid. This approach is adaptable and transferable to other health professional schools to aid in interprofessional curriculum development.

Citation Information

George, P., MacDonnell, C., Nimmagadda, J., Murphy, J., & Dollase, R. (2015). Designing Interprofessional Education Curriculum Using Multiple Conceptual Frameworks. Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education, 21(1), 9-13.

Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF03355303