Affiliation: University of Alberta
- Dynamic and routine interprofessional simulations: expanding the use of simulation to enhance interprofessional competenciesSharla King
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J Allied Health 43:169-75. 2014..Placing students in teams that are relevant for practice, rather than grouping them by academic credentials, is necessary and can provide positive learning experiences for all participants, as demonstrated by these results. ..
- 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...