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Nursing - Interprofessional Education
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Topic: Interprofessional Education Name Course Institution Date Introduction With the ongoing reforms in nursing education, there is growing consensus that working relationships between nurses and other health professionals are important in healthcare delivery.
Further, nurses must broaden their skills and scope of practice while collaborating with a team of different health professionals. The ultimate solution lies in promote academic progression within nursing that recognizes the complex and evolving nature of nursing practice. Efforts aimed at promoting the team-based education for health professionals are not new or unique. The development in this area of education has been driven by concerns that the existing healthcare workforce must meet patient and community health in a cost-effective manner and that educational institutions must take more responsibility to produce a skilled workforce (Interpersonal Education Collaborative Expert Panel, 2011). Interprofessional education (IPE) has been described in a variety of ways. The World Health Organization (2010) defined IPE as occurring when professionals from different professional backgrounds learn about each other and from each other to enable collaborative improvement in health outcomes. Lowe et al (2012) described IPE as the interrelationship occurring between professionals and learners, able to learn from each other via effective collaboration to improve health outcomes. The purpose of IPE is therefore to facilitate the preparation of health workforce with regard to their ability to respond to local health needs (Lowe et al, 2012). ...
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