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Interprofessional collaboration is prevalent in the healthcare field. Both students and practitioners are expected to take part in interprofessional collaboration. Most research focuses on the positive aspects of interprofessional collaboration, which includes better patient care, lower...
It is commonly believed that collaboration enhances quality of life for both practicing professionals and for their clients (D’Amour & Oandasan, 2005). Hebert (2005) comments that “many of us are ‘true believers’ in interprofessional practice” (Herbert, 2005, p.3), suggesting that the voice of...
Qualitative analysis was conducted on 30 written reflections completed by pre-service health science students enrolled in Interdisciplinary Team Development 410 at the University of Alberta. Five themes emerged from the analysis: (1) experience of cohesiveness, collaboration and communication of...
Since 2013, staff in the University of Alberta Libraries have involved students in the University’s Department of Art & Design in our Open Access (OA) Week efforts. Students have created two important parts of OA Week: a visual identity for our campaign and an exhibition of design installations...