Inter-professional education and primary care: EFPC position paper

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Inter-professional education and primary care: EFPC position paper. / Miller, Robin.

In: Primary Health Care Research & Development, Vol. 20, 04.10.2019.

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abstract = "Inter-professional education (IPE) can support professionals in developing their ability to work collaboratively. This position paper from the European Forum for Primary Care considers the design and implementation of IPE within primary care. This paper is based on workshops and is an evidence review of good practice. Enablers of IPE programmes are involving patients in the design and delivery, providing a holistic focus, focussing on practical actions, deploying multi-modal learning formats and activities, including more than two professions, evaluating formative and summative aspects, and encouraging team-based working. Guidance for the successful implementation of IPE is set out with examples from qualifying and continuing professional development programmes.",
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