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Developed by experts and extensively reviewed by interprofessional student and faculty teams, each module is an interactive experience that takes you through clinical and cased-based scenarios to teach core teamwork knowledge and skills.
These universal and easily accessible eLearning modules reflect Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC®) core competencies as well as key team-based applications for primary care, including when to involve team members, integrated care and care coordination, and team member roles and responsibilities.
Learning objectives in each module are directly connected to specific IPEC® competencies, making it easy to see exactly what skills and knowledge can be acquired through completion.
The modules are a great learning tool for faculty, students, clinicians and other health professionals. Designed to be brief, engaging and relevant to all health professions, their use can be easily integrated in classroom and clinical rotations to support competency development in teamwork performance.
The CAIPER interprofessional eLearning modules are free to use and share under the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). Instructions for attribution are included on the Core Interprofessional eLearning Modules and the Interprofessional Primary Care eLearning Modules pages.
We are actively planning the production of future eLearning modules and are very interested in learning about how people are using and sharing our current modules. If you decide to use our modules, please send us an email and share your experience.
The Core Interprofessional Modules cover the foundational knowledge of team-based care and collaborative practice. The modules use a case-based learning approach with realistic scenarios of patients and families seen in a variety of primary care settings. General categories of interprofessional competencies, such as knowledge of team members’ roles, communication and conflict-management strategies, are embedded in actual primary care situations and decisions.
Note: The Core Interprofessional Modules were updated in 2020 to include Instructional Companion Guides and Certificates of Completion.
Visit the Core Interprofessional Modules page to see module descriptions and attribution information.
The Interprofessional Primary Care Modules emphasize team-based decisions and skills required for current and evolving primary care practice and continuum-based care. They include up-to-date information and tools for team-based practices central to high quality health care, including care coordination and integrated care, team decision-making and habits of high-performing teams.
Visit the Interprofessional Primary Care Modules page to see module descriptions and attribution information.