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Vyas, D., McCulloh, R., Dyer, C., Gregory, G., & Higbee, D. (2012). An Interprofessional Course Using Human Patient Simulation to Teach Patient Safety and Teamwork Skills. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 76, 71.
http://dx.doi.org/10.5688/ajpe76471

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  • TITLE: Simulation-Enhanced Interprofessional Education in Health Care

    AUTHORS: Gul Pinar

    KEYWORDS: Simulation, Interprofessional Education, Interprofessional Collaborative

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.6 No.17, October 13, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Using simulation-enhanced interprofessional education in health care increasingly refers to the development of team member. Collaborative teamwork in a simulated healthcare environment can contribute to increasing students’ understanding of professional roles and team building in clinical settings. Common objectives are developed for both teams that focused on safer care, effective communication, and implementation of appropriate decision-making in the management of patients. Studies highlight the benefits of social learning with peers, noting that collaboration enhances knowledge, especially when learners are responsive to the contributions of others. However, simulated interprofessional education presents many challenges that can impact teamwork opportunities. Additional research needs to be conducted to evaluate the most effective way to incorporate simulation in teamwork learning. The purpose of this study is to present a framework of IPE and specific recommendations to achieve competencies and address these challenges for IPE using simulation.