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How to Use an IPE Program Inventory to Create an Institutional Assessment Strategy, and Promote Networking, Collaboration and Innovation

The WHO Framework for Action on Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (2010) suggests, “those who wish to develop and engage a collaborative practice-ready workforce begin by assessing what is readily and currently available, and building on what they have” (Pg38). This presentation describes strategies used by two universities to identify the current state of IP activities and engagement within their communities, and highlight how one tool can provide meaningful results for two different sets of objectives, expand IPE offerings, and accelerate innovative teaching strategies.

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Preferred Attribution

Moramarco, M., Maxwell, B., Lamb, G. (2017, October). How to Use an IPE Program Inventory to Create an Institutional Assessment Strategy, and Promote Networking, Collaboration and Innovation. Presented at Collaborating Across Borders VI: Banff, Alberta Canada.