Effective Interprofessional Education: Development, Delivery, and Evaluation
September 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
The book is divided into three sections: the first introduces the differing approaches to professional education and the rationale behind measuring their worth; the second part focuses on planning, development and delivery; the third part advises in a robust and pragmatic way on modes of measuring the efficacy of programmes. The interrelation of these topics is then examined to provide a synthesised perspective on the development, delivery and evaluation of interprofessional education.
Part I: Interwoven Threads.
1. The Spectrum Illuminated.
Part II: Developing Effective Interprofessional Education.
3. Towards Equilibrium.
4. The Groundwork.
5. The Curriculum.
6. Learning and Assessment.
7. Staff Development.
8. Testing your Development.
Part III: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Interprofessional Education.
9. Planning Sound Evaluations.
10. Developing Sound Evaluations.
11. Resources for Evaluations.
12. Conducting Evaluations.
13. Using and Sharing Learning from Evaluations.
Endnote: Drawing the Threads Together
Marilyn Hammick, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK
Scott Reeves, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Ivan Koppel and Hugh Barr, both University of Westminster, School of Integrated Health, London, UK
- Includes a glossary to clarify and identify professional terminology
- Clearly explains the choice between interprofessional, multiprofessional and uniprofessional education
- Describes how to develop and deliver quality interprofessional education
- Provides evaluation techniques
In summary, this is a book of great value for educationalists."
Learning in Health and Social Care, Vol 5, Issue 3