Using Interprofessional Education & Simulation-based Learning in Health Profession Curricula to Improve Competence & Confidence: A Systematic Review
Objectives of Presentation:
● Describe the types of interprofessional education (IPE) simulation-based learning experiences in current health professions curricula.
● Discuss benefits for implementation of IP simulation into pre-licensure health profession programs.
● Explain how IP simulation-based learning improves workforce competency and confidence in entry-level health
PICO: What is the impact of interprofessional education simulation activities in improving workforce competency and confidence in entry level health professionals?
Presentation: 44 minutes
Recommended CitationElfand, OTS, Danielle; Elson, OTS, Briana; and Hudson, OTS, Courtney, "Using Interprofessional Education & Simulation-based Learning in Health Profession Curricula to Improve Competence & Confidence: A Systematic Review" (2015). Collaborative Research and Evidence shared Among Therapists and Educators (CREATE Day). Paper 38.