2014 7th Annual WMIPEI Conference
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Who: Dr. Dawn DeVries, Dr. Dianna Lunsford and Dr. Julia VanderMolen
When: September 18, 2014
Where: Grand Rapids, MI
AbstractThe purpose of this presentation is to address the student perceptions of a pilot interprofessional education experience. Using the Entry Level Interprofessional Questionnaire, students provide their perceptions of a service learning experience after participation in a Healthy Lifestyles Fair provided by the university. Interprofessional student teams were organized by faculty. Students addressed various health topics to educate the community.
BackgroundInterprofessional Education (IPE) is defined as occurring “when two or more professions learn with, from and about each other to improve collaboration and quality of care.” (Breitbach, 2013). Service learning is defined as a form of experiential learning in which students take part in providing services to a community. Engagement in service learning includes planned learning experiences which require students to take into account the needs of the community being served and then reflecting on these experiences (Jacoby, 1996; Siefer, 1998).
Handouts and ReferencesELIQ - Entry Level Interprofessional Questionnaire - Results
Poster Presentation References handout
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