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Contents

Perspectives on Interprofessional Education and Practice

About the Editor

About the Contributors

Introduction

Part 1: Background and History of Interprofessional Education

Chapter 1: Competency-Based Education

Carmen Morano

Chapter 2: The History of Interprofessional Education

Carmen Morano

Part 2: Core Competencies of Interprofessional Education

Chapter 3: Values and Ethics

Kenya V. Beard

Chapter 4: Interprofessional Communication

Kathleen M. Nokes

Chapter 5: Roles and Responsibilities

Teri Kennedy

Chapter 6: Teams and Teamwork

Carmen Morano

Part 3: Interprofessional Education Programs in the United States

Chapter 7: University of Kentucky

 James C. Norton

Chapter 8: The University of Maryland at Baltimore

Kelley Macmillan and Deborah Rejent

Chapter 9: Arizona State University

Robin P. Bonifas

Chapter 10: University at Buffalo

Diane E. Elze, Paul T. Wietig, and Patricia J. Ohtake

Chapter 11: Hunter College and Weill Cornell: Public–Private

Academic Partnership

Kathleen M. Nokes

Chapter 12: Interprofessional Education: Issues in Evaluation

James C. Norton and James A. Ballard

Part 4: Settings of Interprofessional Practice

Chapter 13: Interprofessional Practice in the Veterans Health

Administration

Judith L. Howe and Louisa Daratsos

Chapter 14: Interprofessional Practice in Pediatric Medicine

Kanako Okuda

Chapter 15: Interprofessional Practice in Geriatric Medicine

Thomas V. Caprio

Chapter 16: Interprofessional Practice in the Emergency Department

Martine Sanon and Gallane Dabela Abraham

Conclusion

Appendix A: Core Competencies

Appendix B: Overview of the Web Modules

Index

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