New Publications from UW IPE Teams

Dec 1, 2018

Two new articles in the Journal of Interprofessional Care.

Two new interprofessional publications from University of Washington (UW) authors are now available from the Journal of Interprofessional Care and can be accessed from Taylor & Francis Online.

Published on November 2, 2018, Early outcomes from a national Train-the-Trainer Interprofessional Team Development Program is a short report that provides an overview of a national Train-the-Trainer Interprofessional Team Development Program (T3 Program) that equips teams with the skills to lead interprofessional education and interprofessional collaborative practice across the learning continuum (education to practice). The report provides the history, approach, and early outcomes of this innovative program. The program was initially funded by a grant from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation and is now self-sustaining. Participating teams register through the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education (NCIPE) website for 3.5-day training workshops at one of three national training centers: the University of Washington, the University of Virginia and the University of Missouri. To access the full article, visit https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/QawHibzrmKcnQh4sBjZd/full. For more information about the T3 Program, visit https://nexusipe.org/t3. The next T3 Program training workshop at the UW will be held May 5–8, 2019.

Published on November 5, 2018,  Interprofessional education and practice guide: interprofessional team writing to promote dissemination of interprofessional education scholarship and products is a guide developed by an interprofessional team of faculty, staff, and graduate students who have collaborated on Interprofessional Education (IPE) and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (IPCP) initiatives and co-produced high-quality scholarship. The authors share lessons learned for successfully collaborating in interprofessional team writing. Challenges such as relationship and communication issues that affect health care teams’ abilities to work together effectively (e.g., hierarchy, exclusion, assumptions, non-responsiveness, biases, stereotypes and poor hand-offs of information) are addressed. The guide references a new online Interprofessional Team Writing Toolkit that was developed in tandem. To access the full article, visit https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/hWq8R2iNB9V9gBfjFssd/full. To access the online Interprofessional Team Writing Toolkit hosted on our website, visit https://collaborate.uw.edu/ip-team-writing-toolkit/

References

Woodard, N., Abu-Rish Blakeney, E., Brashers, V., Dyer,C., Hall, L. W., Owen, J. A.,  Ottis, E., Odegard, P., Haizlip, J., Liner, D., Moore, A., & Zierler, B. K. (2018). Early outcomes from a national Train-the-Trainer Interprofessional Team Development Program. Journal of Interprofessional Care, DOI: 10.1080/13561820.2018.1538115

Vogel, M. T., Abu-Rish Blakeney, E., Willgerodt, M. A., Odegard, P. S., Johnson, E. L., Shrader, S., Liner, D., Dyer, C. A., Hall, L. W. & Zierler, B. (2018). Interprofessional education and practice guide: interprofessional team writing to promote dissemination of interprofessional education scholarship and products. Journal of Interprofessional Care, DOI: 10.1080/13561820.2018.1538111