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Teaching and Learning Conference 2019: A case study exploring interprofessional learning with Physician Associate and Clinical Psychology trainees

This case study presents an in-depth view of our learning from an interprofessional workshop run for Physician Associate and Clinical Psychology trainees. The interprofessional workshop encompassed several layers of learning for the students and aimed to achieve learning outcomes related to subject content (taking a ‘whole patient’ biopsychosocial approach to patient care) as well as to the process (working effectively with colleagues from a different profession). In this presentation the learning from designing facilitating and evaluating this interprofessional workshop is presented. Themes of ‘learning from each other’ ‘learning about one another’ and ‘learning from the process’ will be discussed.

A case study exploring interprofessional learning with Physician Associate and Clinical Psychology trainees.pdf
10/07/2019
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