The Interprofessional Team Writing Toolkit is designed to educate IPE researchers of all levels on how to more successfully and efficiently collaborate across professional, disciplinary, and institutional boundaries in the creation and dissemination of IPE scholarship and products. It provides written instructions with rationale and shareable resources for use throughout the interprofessional team writing process.
SIBR is a model of inpatient care organization in which multiple professions (e.g., nursing, medicine, and pharmacy) come together at the patient’s bedside and utilize a consistent format to arrive at a plan of care collaboratively. The SIBR Toolkit has been developed as a resource for those interested in learning more about this rounding model, including those considering implementing SIBR. The toolkit provides an overview of SIBR and step-by-step guidance to implement and sustain this rounding model.
This collection of self-study modules covers essential components of patient-centered heart failure clinical practice. Developed through an academic-practice partnership between the University of Washington (UW) School of Nursing (SON) and UW Medicine’s Regional Heart Center (RHC), topics covered in this series were specifically chosen to enhance clinical practice and improve heart failure outcomes throughout the Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho (WWAMI) region and beyond.
This toolkit is designed for educators interested in learning to facilitate student IPE and/or train other educators to facilitate IPE. No prerequisites are necessary, however, familiarity with IPE competencies is advised. Educators learning to train other educators should have previous experience facilitating student IPE.
This toolkit, developed and provided by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, is intended to help patients, families, and health professionals work together as partners to improve diagnostic safety.
These lessons introduce a series of bedside ultrasound techniques to help clinicians screen for serious diseases in a timely manner.
This toolkit is designed to help IPE educators learn how to teach health professional students and trainees the fundamental process for disclosing errors to patients. It provides a packaged interprofessional team training session using error disclosure simulation/role-play as the vector by which health professional students and trainees can learn together to develop and improve team and communication skills.