New Report Demonstrates Effectiveness of Interprofessional Continuing Education in Advancing Team Healthcare
Education Leaders Share Strategies, Success Stories, and Recommendations for Improving Team Practice and Patient Care
A new report shows how interprofessional continuing education (IPCE) contributes to improving healthcare team collaboration and patient care. By the Team for the Team: Evolving Interprofessional Continuing Education for Optimal Patient Care – Report from the 2016 Joint Accreditation Leadership Summit includes best practices, challenges, case examples, key recommendations, and data about the value and impact of IPCE.
A series of videos accompanies the report, featuring educators describing their goals and accomplishments, what brings them joy and pride in their work, and advice for creating IPCE programs.
The report and videos are based on the 2016 Joint Accreditation Leadership Summit, which brought together education leaders from more than two dozen organizations across the country, from Hawaii to New York. Participants representing hospitals, health systems, medical schools, specialty societies, education companies, and government agencies shared strategies for advancing healthcare education, by the team for the team.
The Leadership Summit, report, and videos were supported (in part) by the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation.