Affiliation: University of Alberta
- An inter-institutional collaboration: transforming education through interprofessional simulationsSharla King
University of Alberta, Health Sciences Council, Alberta, Canada
J Interprof Care 27:429-31. 2013..This article provides an overview of the inter-institutional collaboration, including the interprofessional simulation learning experiences, instructor development activities and preliminary results from the evaluation...
- Developing interprofessional health competencies in a virtual worldSharla King
Department of Educational Psychology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Med Educ Online 17:1-11. 2012..Thus, it can be difficult to ensure that the simulation is both technically satisfactory and educationally appropriate...
- A cross-institutional examination of readiness for interprofessional learningSharla King
Health Sciences Education and Research Commons, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
J Interprof Care 26:108-14. 2012..This study reveals nonmeaningful significant differences, indicating different institutional educational mandates are unlikely to be an obstacle in the development of cross-institutional IP curricula...
- Merging social networking environments and formal learning environments to support and facilitate interprofessional instructionSharla King
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Med Educ Online 14:5. 2009..More research and implementation work is required to effectively develop interprofessional health sciences communities in a combined face-to-face and on-line social networking context...
- Interprofessional learning objectives for health team simulationsElaine Greidanus
Health Sciences Education and Research Commons, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
J Nurs Educ 52:311-6. 2013..This article suggests one process for revising learning objectives based on review of the simulation, the debriefing, and the student feedback on reported learning. Implications for curriculum integration are discussed...
- Integration of e-learning technologies in an interprofessional health science courseMike Carbonaro
Faculty of Education, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada
Med Teach 30:25-33. 2008..Advances in information and communication technology are influencing instructional formats and delivery modes for post secondary teaching and learning...
- Preparing health science students to be effective health care team members: the InterProfessional Initiative at the University of AlbertaDonald J Philippon
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 1K8, Canada
J Interprof Care 19:195-206. 2005..The paper concludes by reviewing the evaluative work underway and reflecting on the key success factors...
- Home care and technology: a case studyEleni Stroulia
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Stud Health Technol Inform 182:142-52. 2012..Finally, we simulated the deployment of our technologies, to assess the potential impact of these technological solutions on the workflow and productivity of HCAs, their healthcare teams and client care...
- MeRiTS: simulation-based training for healthcare professionalsDavid Chodos
Department of Computing Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Stud Health Technol Inform 163:125-31. 2011..We have pilot tested this scenario with students at a polytechnical institute, and will be conducting more rigorous testing with a range of students and institutions in the near future...
- Socialization in health education: encouraging an integrated interprofessional socialization processJulia Arndt
Health Systems and Workforce Research Unit, Calgary Health Region, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
J Allied Health 38:18-23. 2009..By creating a deliberate, planned, and integrated interprofessional socialization process that is consistent across the health professions, barriers to interprofessional practice could be mitigated...