The integrated health professions education program seminarNurse educator
NLM Title AbbreviationNurse Educ
AbstractPowerful dynamics of change require practitioners from all disciplines to be prepared to work in interdisciplinary teams, competently access health and information technologies, and understand the multiple functions required for adequate healthcare provision. The University of Iowa's Integrated Health Professions Program is a state-funded effort designed to provide students with a common educational experience to enable them to work collaboratively in underserved or rural settings. Students take part in a series of team-building seminars including technology-based instruction and activities in conjunction with visits to community clinical sites. The authors discuss the experiential, collaborative, and cooperative forms of learning that take place during the seminar series.
- Community Health Services,
- Cooperative Behavior,
- Delivery of Health Care,
- Health Occupations/education,
- Patient Care Team/organization & administration,
- Program Evaluation
Published Article/Book CitationNurse educator, 23:2 (1998) pp.18-21.
Citation InformationElizabeth A. Swanson, C. M. Taylor, A. M. Valentine and Ann Marie McCarthy. "The integrated health professions education program seminar" Nurse educator Vol. 23 Iss. 2 (1998) p. 18 - 21 ISSN: 0363-3624
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/elizabeth_swanson/19/