Interprofessional practice (IPP) is expected of health care organizations and health care practitioners. It has been suggested that Interprofessional education (IPE) as a precursor supports the success of undergraduates working in the future IPP teams. At this point in time research needs to be done to look at the accomplishment of the IPE curriculum in achieving its goal at graduation and beyond. My research will use a phenomenological approach to understand the IPE experiences of undergraduate health practitioners during their final clinical practicum before graduation.
Renate Bradley MRT(T)
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The Michener Institute of Education at UHN
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Toronto, ON, M5T 1V4
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BSc, University of Toronto
Diploma, Radiation Therapy, Princess Margaret School of Radiation Therapy
Certificate, Medical Dosimetry, USA
MMEd. University of Dundee
MDCB, CMRTO, CAMRT
Lecturer, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Toronto
Faculty, Radiation Therapy, Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences
Interprofessionalism; online Inter-professional education (IPE); curriculum development; instructional design.
Undergraduate Interprofessional education; remediation