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Interprofessional Primary Care eLearning Modules

Now with Instructional Companion Guides and Certificates of Completion

The Interprofessional Primary Care eLearning 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.

 In October 2020, the Interprofessional Primary Care Modules were updated to include instructional Companion Guides and Certificates of Completion. The Instructional Companion Guides include activities and resources to implement module content into classroom and clinical experiences.

Introduction to Interprofessional Team Decision-Making

eLearning Module

Companion Guide

 

Introduction to Team-Decision Making in Primary Care

This interactive eLearning module provides an introduction to everyday decisions about teamwork in primary care.  Clinical scenarios take you through deciding who, what, when, where, and how to involve team members in patient care.

Preferred Attribution

Lamb, G. (2017, March). Introduction to Team Decision-Making in Primary Care (Y. Price, Designer.) [Interactive video module]. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University, Phoenix.

Involving Team Members in Primary Care Practice

eLearning Module

Companion Guide

 

Involving Team Members in Primary Care Practice

This module uses an unfolding patient scenario to explore when and how to involve different team members in primary care visits. Factors that influence team decision-making are discussed, as well as practice models that enhance effective team interactions.

Preferred Attribution

Lamb, G., & Watkins, K. (2015, October). Involving Team Members in Primary Care Practice (Y. Price, Designer.) [Interactive video module]. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University, Phoenix.

Developing an Integrated Plan of Care

eLearning Module

Companion Guide

 

Developing an Integrated Plan of Care

This module examines the processes team members may use to deliver comprehensive care to individuals and populations of patients seen in primary care settings. The module includes specific steps to design and evaluate an integrated plan of care.

Preferred Attribution

Manson, L. (2015, November). Developing an Integrated Plan of Care (Y. Price, Designer.) [Interactive video module]. Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education & Research, Arizona State University, Phoenix.

Care Coordination in Interprfessional Primary Care Practice

eLearning Module

Companion Guide

 

Care Coordination in Primary Care Practice

This module provides an introduction to care coordination and common tools and strategies for care coordination in primary care. It includes practical ways to work with different care coordination professionals and strategies to evaluate outcomes.

Preferred Attribution

Lamb, G. (2017, April). Care Coordination in Interprofessional Primary Care Practice (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

eLearning Module

Companion Guide

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

This module describes core values and principles that may be used to guide high performance teamwork.

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.

 

All modules and guides are free to use and share under the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).

For support, please email caiper.support@asu.edu.