Evaluating the Implications of Complex Interprofessional Education for Improvements in Collaborative Practice: a multidimensional model
This article questions the notion that interprofessional education necessarily leads to interprofessional learning and improved collaborative practice, and argues in favour of evaluation that sets out to examine these issues. It outlines some of the key theoretical and methodological debates that currently inform potential evaluation models, and seeks to illustrate their relevance by outlining their incorporation into the development of an existing evaluation of a programme of interprofessional education. To demonstrate how this design 'works', the article also offers some selected findings, relating these specifically to the methodological issues previously presented.
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