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Core Interprofessional eLearning Modules

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.

 

What is Interprofessional Education?

What is Interprofessional Education?

This module defines interprofessional education and describes its value to you in your practice. The module includes a case study and several interactive activities that highlight practical ways to recognize and optimize your teamwork experiences.

Preferred Attribution

Lamb, G. (2015, September). What Is Interprofessional Education? (Y. Price, Designer.) [Interactive video module]. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University, Phoenix.

Interprofessional Communication

Interprofessional Communication: Communication in Healthcare Settings

This module provides examples of effective and ineffective communication and their impact on patient outcomes. A number of helpful tools for team communication are illustrated as well as strategies for communicating during difficult clinical situations.

Preferred Attribution

Bonifas, R. (2015, September). Interprofessional Communication: Communication in Healthcare Settings (Y. Price, Designer.) [Interactive video module]. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University, Phoenix.

Roles and Responsibilities: It Takes a Team!

Roles and Responsibilities: It Takes a Team

This module provides an introduction to the roles and responsibilities of interprofessional primary care team members. Interactive activities teach the skills needed to explain one's own role and responsibilities to patients, families and team members.

Preferred Attribution

Kennedy, T. (2016, February). Roles and Responsibilities: It Takes a Team! (Y. Price, Designer.) [Interactive video module]. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University, Phoenix.

Four Habits of High Performance Teams & Teamwork from a Person-Centered Perspective

Four Habits of High Performance Teams and Teamwork from a Person-Centered Perspective

What personal values characterize members of high performance teams?  What core principles are associated with high quality team-based health care? What is a person-centered perspective? With emphasis on a person-centered perspective, these and other questions are explored in this interactive eLearning module to illustrate the alignment of personal values and core principles with practice habits – competency behaviors – associated with high performance teams and teamwork in health care.

Preferred Attribution

Saewert, K. J. (2017, May). Four Habits of High Performance Teams & Teamwork from a Person-Centered Perspective (Y. Price, Designer.) [Interactive video module]. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University, Phoenix.