Interprofessional Education IPE), Health Care Team Challenge (HCTC) and Quality Use of Medicines(QUM)

These are a selection of publications arising from our research on interprofessional education (IPE) generally, the Health Care Team Challenge (HCTC) and the Quality Use of Medicines (QUM) projects. IPE team collaborators from University of Queensland: Dr Rosalie A. Boyce, Dr Monica Moran and Dr Lisa Nissen.

Journals and Publications

  1. Moran, M., Boyce, R.A., & O'Neill, K., Bainbridge, L., & Newton, C. (2007). The Health Care Team Challenge: Extra-curricula engagement in interprofessional education (IPE). Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-disciplinary Journal, 8, 47-53.
  2. Nisbet, G., Thistlethwaite, J., Chesters, J., Jones, M., Moran, M., Murphy, K., & Playford, D. (2007). Sharing a vision for collaborative practice: The formation of an Australasian interprofessional practice and education network, AIPPEN. Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-disciplinary Journal, 8, 1-7.
  3. Copley, J., Allison, H., Hill, A., Moran, M., Tait, J., & Day, T. (2007). Making interprofessional education real: a university clinic model. Australian Health Review. In press.
  4. Turpin, M., & Moran, M. (2007). Client's perceptions of participating in an interprofessional upper limb treatment group. (under submission).

Conference Presentations

  1. Moran, M., Nissen, L., & Boyce, R. (2007) Online learning modules to promote interprofessional learning about the Quality Use of Medicines (QUM). A mediated poster presentation. Second International Clinical Skills Conference. Teaching, Learning and Assessing Clinical Skills: Does One Size Fit All? Prato Monash Centre, Tuscany, Italy.
  2. Chesters, J., Hobbs, C., McGregor, D., Moran, M., & Nisbet, G. (2007). Interprofessional learning-leading the way in addressing future workforce needs. An in- conference workshop. ANZAME Conference, Hyatt Hotel, Canberra, Australia.
  3. Moran, M., Page, J., Baker, R., Wood, A., & Nash, K. (2007). The Health Care Team Challenge: linking students for interprofessional learning: a student presentation. ANZAME Conference, Hyatt Hotel, Canberra, Australia.
  4. Moran, M., Turpin M., & Boyce R.A. (2006),"Doing interprofessional work in a hospital setting: The patient experience", All Together Better Health III, International Interprofessional Education Conference, London, April 10-12.
  5. Boyce, R.A., Moran, M., Bainbridge, L., Shah, R. & Newton, C. (2006). `Interprofessional education in an inter-organisational international setting: A bridge to innovation and international collaboration, All Together Better Health III, International Interprofessional Education Conference, London, April 10-12 (poster).
  6. Moran, M, Boyce, R.A. & O'Neill, K. (2006), `The Health Care Team Challenge: extra-curricula engagement in Inter-professional Education (IPE)', Interprofessional Learning Conference: Adelaide, November 8th & 9th, University of South Australia.
  7. Moran, M., Nisbet, G., & Thistlethwaite, J. (2006). Making it AIPPEN. Sharing a vision for collaborative practice: the formation of an Austalasian interprofessional practice and education network, AIPPEN. Interprofessional Learning for Interprofessional Practice: Interprofessional Learning Conference: University of South Australia, Adelaide.
  8. Newton, C., Hung, T., Boyce, R.A. & Bainbridge, L. (2006) "The Health Care Team Challenge: An "extracurricular" solution to integrating interprofessional education nationally and internationally", Canadian Family Medicine Forum, November 2-4 2006 Quebec City, Canada.
  9. Moran, M. (2004). A multi-professional educational workshop for graduate entry students of occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech pathology and audiology. All Together Better Health II: Progress in Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice. Vancouver, Canada.
  10. Moran, M. (2004). Who is the Elf? All Together Better Health II: Progress in Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice. Vancouver, Canada.
  11. Moran, M. (2004). What is SPOT? All Together Better Health II: Progress in Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice. Vancouver, Canada (poster).

University of Queensland / Faculty Of Health Sciences Presentations

  1. Moran, M., Boyce, R., Page, J., & Baker R. (2007). The Health Care Team Challenge, Faculty of Health Sciences IPE Showcase, The University of Queensland, Brisbane. August 20.
  2. Boyce, R.A. & Moran, M. (2006) The UQ Health Care Team Challenge: an innovative route to IPE, Presentation to Heads of School Meeting, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Queensland.
  3. Moran, M. (2005). Four professions - One team: An interprofessional education approach. Faculty of Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Conference, The University of Queensland, Brisbane.

Grants and Awards

  1. Braithwaite J, Iedema R, Westbrook JI, Foxwell AR, Boyce R, Budge M. (2007). An action research project to strengthen inter-professional learning and practice across the ACT health system?, Australian Research Council Linkage Grant Scheme (2007-2010), $4,779,012 (ARC contribution $944,000; organisational partner ACT Health cash contribution $1,340,000).
  2. Nisssen, L. et al (2007). The Faculty of Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Fellowship for Interprofessional Education - $25000.
  3. Nissen, L et al. (2006). The National Prescribing Service - Funding for development of online interprofessional education modules to promote quality use of medicines. $20000.
  4. Moran, M., & Boyce, R. (2005). The Faculty of Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Fellowship for Interprofessional Education - $25000.

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