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"Philosophie de soin: Du paternalisme au partenariat" Article de Michel Dongois, publié dans la revue Profession Santé, 18 août 2015.
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Service de veille documentaire mensuel produit par Monique Clar, Assia Mourid, Dominic Desaulniers et France Nadeau des Bibliothèques de l'UdeM

 

 

Articles sur la collaboration interprofessionnelle

 

"Implementation of interprofessional learning activities in a professional practicum: The emerging role of technology", dans le Journal of Interprofessionnal Care du 8 mai 2015. http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/13561820.2015.1021308

 

Les articles de cette page proviennent du Consortium pancanadien pour l'interprofessionnalisme en santé (CPIS), du Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, du Journal of Interprofessional Care et ne sont disponibles qu'en anglais.

 

jeu, Oct 26, 2017
Ways to Maximize Your Mobile Marketing Strategy
The world will soon have 2 billion smartphone users. It is not surprising then that mobile marketing has become one of the most important levers used by companies to reach new customers. However, while this is a relatively young discipline, many companies have not yet learned the right methodology to [...]
CPIS
jeu, Oct 26, 2017
Apple Watch app design app
In our previous articles, we gave you some tips for creating your app’s app design, but we did not talk about the app design for Apple Watch apps. It is time to look into this subject. But before talking about the app design adapted to the Apple Watch, let’s see how [...]
CPIS
jeu, Oct 26, 2017
Your Online Privacy Could Be at Risk
Security in mobile development is one of the issues of concern to all players in the market: project developers, developers and finally users. How not to worry if the first launch of an application, it asks us several permissions which we sometimes do not even know the consequences. The request for [...]
CPIS
ven, Sep 22, 2017
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Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education
mer, Sep 20, 2017
Background: In 2015, an Institute of Medicine (IOM) report acknowledged that interprofessional education (IPE) had focused on academic learning yet had not been well assimilated into clinical practice. The aim of this study was to gather data from practicing clinicians to inform a curriculum that could be integrated into practice [...]
Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education
ven, Sep 08, 2017
Background: This program evaluation used qualitative methodology to describestudents’ expectations, concerns, needed supports, and experiences in a yearlongInterprofessional Education program.Methods and Findings: Focus groups were used to obtain the views of nurse practitionerand Master of social work students. Students participated in focus groups atthe program beginning and completion. Interprofessional education [...]
Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education