The Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education.
What is CAIPE?
CAIPE is the leading organisation in the UK for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP). Established in 1987, CAIPE is a UK-based charity with international outreach whose members (individuals, service users, students and corporate organisations) work together to promote and develop the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities through interprofessional education, collaborative practice and related research facilitating the development of a workforce fit for purpose.
It is an independent ‘think tank’, accountable and responsible for its actions, dependent on funding from members’ subscriptions and income generation. It aspires to be a national and international authoritative voice respected equally by governments, academia and in the workplace.
CAIPEdefines interprofessional education as “occasions when two or more professions learn with, from and about each other to improve collaboration and the quality of care (CAIPE 2002).” Extending CAIPE’s definition we recognise interprofessional education as occasions when members or students of two or more professions learn with, from and about each other to improve collaboration and the quality of care and services (Statement of Purpose CAIPE 2016). Applying that definition, CAIPE works to improve quality in education, practice and the organisation and delivery of health and social care services:
Working with statutory and independent, professional and regulatory bodies locally, nationally and internationally;
Assembling and disseminating information;
Running conferences and workshops;
CAIPE supports students, educators, practitioners, researchers and users of services inviting those who opt to be its members (individuals, services users, students or corporate organisations) to:
Engage in mutual support;
Access online interprofessional national and international resources through publications, including the Journal of Interprofessional of Care;
Contribute to CAIPE’s work through its Working Groups;
Respond with CAIPE to opportunities to influence policy and practice;
Access funding opportunities.
CAIPE works with likeminded organisations to further these objectives at home and abroad (see). It is one of a growing number of networks confederating in Interprofessional.Global (IP.G) which subscribes to the same ideals worldwide and oversees the biennial All Together Better Health (ATBH) conferences see.
CAIPE commends the following values where interprofessional education and collaborative practice:
Focuses on the needs of individuals, families and communities to improve their quality of care, health outcomes and wellbeing;
Applies equal opportunities within and between the professions and all with whom they learn and work;
Respects individuality, difference and diversity within and between the professions and all with whom they learn and work;
Sustains the identity and expertise of each profession;
Promotes parity between professions in the learning environment;
Instils interprofessional values and perspectives throughout uniprofessional and multiprofessional learning.
striving for excellence in collaborative education, research and practice;
contributing to vibrant communities of practice;
furthering innovation, creativity and diversity;
empowering its members to bring about change.
Meet Our Board Members
The CAIPE Board 2021 - 2022
Hugh Barr, MPhil, Ph.D., Hon DSc
A CAIPE member since 1990 initially engaged in joint projects with the University of Nottingham before being appointed to the Council, then serving as its Chair and currently President advising and assisting the Board. His previous career profile was in probation, criminology with the Home Office Research Unit, the voluntary sector of prison aftercare and as an Assistant Director of the then Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work (CCETSW).
He is an Emeritus Editor or the Journal of Interprofessional Care, Past President, the General Practice and Primary Care Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, Emeritus Professor in Interprofessional Education and Honorary Fellow, University of Westminster. He has held visiting chairs in interprofessional education at various times during the past 25 years at the following universities: Curtin (Australia), Kings College London, Kingston with St George’s London, Nottingham, Otago (New Zealand), Suffolk and Tokyo Metropolitan (Japan) offering longstanding support for faculty development in the Nordic countries especially Finland with Oulu University of Applied Sciences.
JOINT CAIPE CHAIR
July 2021 -ongoing
Professor Elizabeth (Liz) Anderson PhD
Employment: Professor of Interprofessional Education and Lead for Patient Safety; Leicester Medical School, George Davies Centre for Medicine, University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RH. firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifications: SRN, SCM, HV, BSc. (Hons), PhD, PGC in HE.
Awards: University Teaching Fellow 2005; National Teaching Fellow, 2007; Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy 2012; CAIPE Fellow 2016
Following a clinical career as a nurse, midwife and Health Visitor, Elizabeth has become a highly experienced teacher and scholar, particularly in the field of interprofessional education (IPE). She has built a national and international reputation of publications over the past twenty years. She led the incorporation of IPE into the Leicester medical curriculum bringing together three Higher Education Institutions. She Chairs the University Patient and Carer Group and continues to propel patient involvement which is closely aligned with IPE. She also leads research in patient safety and mindfulness. She began working with CAIPE in 2000 as a co-opted board member and has continued to support the CAIPE community as an elected board member and more recently as a CAIPE Fellow. She will now lead CAIPE following the principles of collaborative leadership with Dr Angela Lennox.
Dr Angela Lennox CBE DL
Employment: General Practitioner; Deputy Medical Director NHS England and Improvement (London) and Honorary Visiting Senior Clinical Fellow, University of Leicester; Leicester Medical School, George Davies Centre for Medicine, University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RH. E: AL421@le.ac.uk
Qualifications: MBBS, MRCGP, FRCP.
Awards: MBE, CBE, DL.
Dr Lennox has worked in the NHS for the past 40 years as a General Medical Practitioner and entrepreneur who pioneered the development of multiagency health and social care centres. She has worked extensively in senior medical leadership positions and was an advisor to a former Secretary of State for Health, as well as an Associate Director of Primary Care for the Department of Health. She currently fulfils a number of roles in the NHS and third sector leading on clinical governance, quality assurance and performance. Additionally, she was a Senior Lecturer in the University of Leicester where in 1996 she pioneered a model of inter-professional education for all healthcare staff. Dr Lennox is currently a Medical Director in NHS England and Improvement, as well as a Trustee for the national homeless charity - Homeless Link.
In 1999 Angela was awarded the MBE for Services to Medicine and the Community; in 2001 she was appointed Deputy Lieutenant of Leicestershire and in 2008 she was awarded the CBE for Services to Healthcare.
Pat Bluteau MA, BA(Hons), RMN, PGCert Research & Evaluation, Cert Ed, Dip Counselling. FHEA, MBACP
Pat is an Associate Head of School – Quality & Accreditation in the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Health, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, at Coventry University. She joined the CAIPE Board in 2013 and was appointed Treasurer in 2017. Pat has been actively involving in leading IPE at Coventry University since 2002. During her time with CAIPE Pat has served on the following CAIPE groups: Student, Service User & Carer, Marketing & Promotion, and is currently active in the IPE national standards.
Her IPE research interests concentrate on the challenges and opportunities of designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating interprofessional education in pre-registration health and social care professional courses, online interprofessional education, digital resilience, practice based interprofessional activity and discourse analysis.
Laura Chalmers RGN RNT BA MSc. FHEA PG Cert.
Laura is the academic lead for Interprofessional Learning (IPL) at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. Laura worked extensively in intensive care as a nurse then as an educator and specialised in secondary transport of the critically ill.
Laura leads a team of dedicated academic colleagues including those from the medical school at University of Aberdeen. Students from 10 and soon to be 14 professions come together throughout their undergraduate programme and learn through innovative simulation programmes in practice, low fidelity case based workshops, team working and shared modules. Laura is leading the wider integration of IPL in Aberdeen with a shared goal of preparing collaborative ready graduates. Laura is driven to fully integrate overt and measurable interprofessional learning at RGU.
Laura has presented at several national and international conferences on a `Hearts and Minds` approach to IPL and on disruptive simulation techniques for IPL in practice. Her research interests include immersive simulation, values based practice and emotional intelligence/resilience in health and social care.
Alison is Professor of Nursing and Interprofessional Education and Head of the Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Northumbria University; a large Department of 152 staff and 3000 students. She is also currently the Northumbria strategic lead for a high profile, international nurse education collaborative venture in Malta. Alison has a large portfolio of Doctoral research supervision and is an experienced PhD examiner. She is also an Associate Editor with the Journal of Interprofessional Care and actively involved with CAIPE, the Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education. Alison joined Northumbria University in 1999 as a Senior Lecturer in adult nursing. In 2003 she was appointed as Director of Interprofessional Education, with Principal Lecturer responsibility for the strategic development of interprofessional education across health and social care pre-registration programmes. Alison also played a lead role in a national DoH funded initiative to embed service improvement learning into pre-registration health curricula. She has led Post Graduate taught programmes in public health, enhancing the learning experience of both UK and international students. Prior to joining the University she worked for 11 years as a Registered Nurse and as a Health Visitor supporting the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities. Her research interests include: interprofessional education; nursing and healthcare collaborative workforce development; health visiting; and public health; using qualitative methodologies including grounded theory.
Dr Nichola McLarnon. BMedSc(Hons) PgC PhD MChS FHEA FCPodMed FFPM RCPS (Glas)
Associate Dean Learning Teaching & Quality, Glasgow Caledonian University. Nichola has worked at Glasgow Caledonian University for a number of years and her current roles are that of Associate Dean Learning Teaching and Quality for the School of Health and Life Sciences and Strategic Lead for Interprofessional Education. Nichola has been involved in the development and delivery of interprofessional education (IPE) within the University for the past 10+ years. Nichola successfully led the review and reapproval of the School’s IPE Framework (approved in 2014) encompassing all of the allied health, nursing and social work programmes - which received a number of commendations for its distinctiveness and innovation from both regulatory and professional bodies. Additionally, Nichola has been integrally involved in the delivery and assessment of interprofessional education at GCU, having successfully led interprofessional modules, delivered to 1000+ students per year, across two institutions, 16 disciplines and by 20+ facilitators per trimester. Nichola has acted as an External Examiner for and has successful supervised/ is supervising a number of ProfDs/ PhDs in the area of interprofessional education. As an institution, GCU hold CAIPE corporate membership, for which Nichola is the named IPE Champion/ contact.
Having been instrumental in the leadership/delivery of IPE within the University she has presented at a number of national and international conferences, including All Together Better Health conferences in Japan 2012 and Pittsburgh 2014 and network meetings, sharing good practice and innovative pedagogical approaches to IPE. Nichola was a member of the development team for the inaugural Scottish Health and Social Care Team Challenge (SHSCTC) in 2014, successful co-led the second SHSCTC at Glasgow Caledonian University in April 2016.
As a CAIPE Board member Nichola is engaged in the CAIPE Workshops and Consultancy; and Scotland Representation.
Emma is an ex service user and currently out of practise speech and language therapist- SLT. Emma became a service user following an RTA in 2002 close to SLT degree completion. Her recovery from significant injuries utalised a plethora of professionals and interprofessional working.
Emma has a passion for IPE working and has been actively involved with the development of it as a service user representative, with Leicester and De Montfort Universities medical, health and social schools since 2008. Developing use and understanding of IPE with current and future professionals. She is an ambassador for the University of Leicester’s medical patient Carer Group.
Emma feels the service user is key and an essential part of the team. Emma has worked with CAIPE at presentations and workshops, and through online conversations. She was a co-opted service user representative member on the board of CAIPE in 2016, and a board member since 2018.
Dr Andreas Xyrichis
Andreas Xyrichis is the Editor-in-Chief of the international Journal of Interprofessional Care – the most influential academic journal in the field of interprofessional science, ranked in the top quartile of Thomson-Reuters impact factor list of Health Policy & Services journals. He is currently based at King’s College London, England, having previously held clinical, research and policy posts in London and Brussels. His training has been in nursing, research methodology, health policy and sociology; and he holds a BSc, a MSc and a PhD, all from King’s College London.
Juan-Jose Beunza, MD, PhD, SM1, MMed
Medical doctor specialised in Internal and Tropical Medicine, with a PhD in Cardiovascular and Nutrition Epidemiology (SM1 at Harvard T.S. Chang School of Public Health). Special interest in machine learning, artificial intelligence and Rstats applied to health.
Currently Professor of Public Health and Interprofessional Education at the School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Universidad Europea de Madrid. Founder, and currently co-director, of the IPE Program of the same School. Visiting professor of the Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, Spain) and of the Universidad Internacional de Cataluña (Barcelona, Spain).
Member of the Board of Directors of CAIPE.
Member of the editorial board of the Journal of Interprofessional Care.
Member of the IMPULS research team.
Close collaborator with PAHO/WHO and the Ministry of Health of Brazil in the design and implementation of IPE in Latin America. Currently involved in the development of the national plans of: Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Colombia.
60+ publications indexed in Pubmed. H-index: 19. Editor of the “Manual of IPE for health”, Elsevier, Madrid, 2018. ISBN: 978-84-9113-296-7. Author of “Working with aliens: emotions management on IPE”. Ilusbooks, Madrid, 2016. ISBN: 978-84-1657-430-8.
Sharon Buckley MSC PhD PGCE SFHEA DipSciComm National Teaching Fellow Senior Lecturer in Medical Education University of Birmingham email@example.com
A microbiologist by background, Sharon is an experienced educator with a strong record in expanding IPE opportunities. She has worked with Birmingham students to establish the Knowledge and Skills Exchange IPE Society and led the Health Care Team Challenge (West Midlands) 2015, the first such to be held in England. In 2012, Sharon established the College of Medical and Dental Sciences IPE steering group, which works to embed IPE into health professions programme curricula. Since 2005, Sharon has led four major regional IPE projects, focussing particularly on the development of authentic IP simulations for pre-registration students.
Sharon is a member of the Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) collaboration editorial committee and has published aspects of her work including a BEME review of the integration of tools for structured team communication into health professions curricula. She is principal investigator for a national evaluation of the National School of Healthcare Science Scientist Training Programme, focussing on issues of professional identity, career progression and integration into the healthcare workforce; and is working with the Health Education England to establish evaluation of their Genomics Education Programme .
The Higher Education Academy awarded Sharon a National Teaching Fellowship (2010). This year, the University of Birmingham has invited Sharon to become a Fellow of the University’s new Higher Education Futures institute, which works to develop innovative and effective university teaching and learning.
Linda Eyre BSc (Hons), AKC, RN, GPN
Registered Adult Nurse specialised in General Practice. Trainee Advance Nurse Practitioner.
Currently a full time Masters in Clinical Research(MRes) student at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care at King’s College London. Completing September 2018.
CAIPE member since 2014; CAIPE Student Board member since 2016.
Member of the Board of Directors of CAIPE and co-lead Communication & Marketing Team since 2017
Member of the editorial board and Editorial Fellow of the Journal of Interprofessional Care since 2017
2017 John Horder award recipient
Linda has also worked with CAIPE as a keynote speaker, giving presentations and workshops and local and national Interprofessional conferences and events.
A GP partner and educator at the University of Leicester medical school, I have in more recent years been involved in the Health Enhancement Programme (HEP) for medical students. Essentially a mindfulness based lifestyle programme, teaching this module has required me to understand the evidence and practice behind mindfulness as applied to medicine. I am also acutely aware on a day to day basis of the pressure of practicing medicine in the current climate in the UK, and the value of having strategies to use to mitigate this. I have a keen interest in Interprofessional education (IPE), holistic healthcare and sustainable living. My most important job, however, is being a father to two children. I enjoy cycling and the occasional triathlon too.
Melissa Owens is an Associate Professor at the University of Bradford and is a Registered Nurse: learning disabilities by background. Melissa is a Board Member of CAIPE and is currently the co-lead for the CAIPE Research Group. Melissa Is the Lead for Interprofessional Education in her Faculty and has an active interest in IPE-related research.
Vikki is a Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing at Northumbria University, UK. She has clinical expertise within adult critical care and has experience within Further Education and Higher Education. Prior to joining Northumbria University in 2011, Vikki was awarded a Post Graduate Diploma in Academic Practice Development and Professional Learning, gained status as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and became an NMC Registered Nurse Teacher.
Vikki is passionate about interprofessional collaboration, learning and education, and her PhD was a focused ethnography which explored interprofessional learning within adult critical care. In her current role she has leadership responsibility for IPE across a suite of undergraduate health and social care programmes. Vikki is a member of the CAIPE Research Working Group and is a Communication Taskforce member of IPR.Global.
Vikki’s research interests focus upon interprofessional learning, specifically within the clinical environment of critical care and in relation to the continual professional development of healthcare practitioners. Principal areas of scholarly interest include simulation-based education, patient safety, human factors, communication, interpersonal skills, and clinical skills development.
Alison Power RM, SFHEA, MProfPrac, MSc, PGCTHE, PGCPE
Alison is an Associate Professor in Learning and Teaching at the University of Northampton and is a Registered Midwife. She has a keen interest in Interprofessional Education (IPE), and as Faculty Lead co-ordinates the IPE ‘collaborative curriculum’ for 16 programmes across the Faculty of Health, Education and Society. She is a Board Member of CAIPE and currently co-leads the Faculty Experience Research Subgroup.
Meet Our Leadership Team
Hugh Barr, MPhil, Ph.D., Hon DSc
Dr Angela Lennox
Professor Elizabeth Anderson
The Award of the title 'Honorary Fellow' of the Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education
At the CAIPE Board meeting in February 2016 it was agreed to offer the Award of CAIPE Honorary Fellow.
This a prestigious title awarded to an individual who is a CAIPE member and has made significant and outstanding contributions to IPE, collaborative working and the organisation of CAIPE. It is awarded in anticipation that the individual will continue with on-going activity with and for CAIPE as long as they remain a CAIPE member.
The title of Honorary Fellow is awarded by the CAIPE Board on the recommendation of a specifically appointed panel for the purpose (Nomination Committee). This committee will consider applications that are supported by nomination by two members of CAIPE and the presentation by the nominee of supplementary evidence of meeting the award criteria.
Guidance on process and procedure for the award of the title 'Honorary Fellow' of the Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education can be found below. This is followed by general information on the nomination of Honorary Fellows.
Elizabeth Anderson is Professor of Interprofessional Education at Leicester Medical School where she is also lead for patient safety. After completing a graduate nursing course at St Bartholomew’s Hospital London, she moved to Leicester where she worked as a Midwife and Health Visitor. Her PhD on Sudden Infant Death syndrome, led her into an NHS Trust research post where she explored service design for disadvantaged marginalised populations. Elizabeth moved from health care research to scholarship in Medical Education where she led innovative practice-based educational interventions, underpinned with theoretical insights. She served on the Board for the Disability Partnership, ‘The Prince of Wales Advisory Group on Disability’ while supporting education on disability awareness. She has also served on the Board for the UK Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education and in 2016, she was awarded a CAIPE Fellowship for her contributions to interprofessional learning (IPL). Elizabeth was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy for outstanding contributions to education in 2007. She is widely published in the area of IPL in practice. She continues to develop placement interprofessional learning opportunities recently in a new integrated care module. She advocated for patient involvement and runs a Patient and Carer Group to align patient involvement in the design and delivery of professional education.
Dawne is Head of Collaborative Education at the University of Central Lancashire. She is based in the Centre of Excellence for Learning and Teaching, and leads on Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Education across the institution. She has a keen interest in integrated working, collaborative practice and community engagement, which reflects her background as a community practitioner. She joined the CAIPE Board in June 2018 . She is a member of the CAIPE group for Learning and Teaching. Her research interests include : Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary Learning. Technology Enhanced Learning, Narrative research and Service User Engagement.
Richard Gray has been a member of the CAIPE board, CAIPE executive group and was CAIPE Chair 2013-17. He was privileged to have been awarded a CAIPE Honorary Fellowship in 2018. He is an Honorary Faculty Fellow, University of Brighton.
Richard was a general practitioner in Brighton for many years. He initially was involved with postgraduate medical education having been a GP Tutor, GP trainer and Associate Dean for Postgraduate General Practice Medical Education South East Thames. In 1989 he was awarded FRCGP. He has an MA in Education (University of Sussex) and an EdD (University of Brighton). In 2000 he was awarded an NHS Executive Research Training Fellowship to Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore.
Later he was involved with undergraduate education and was appointed Principal Lecturer in Primary Care and interprofessional disciplinary lead at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School. In this role he was member of the curriculum planning team for the new medical school and was involved in the design and implementation of the undergraduate first and second year clinical practice modules which included IPE involving nursing, midwifery, pharmacy, social work and medical students. In 2010 Richard received an Annual Education Award presented by Department of General Practice Education, KSS Deanery in recognition of regional services to medical education.
More recently, Richard chaired the Steering Group for the Oxford 2016 ATBH VIII conference and following this was appointed Convenor of the Values Based Interprofessional Education and Practice Network at The Collaborating Centre for Values Based Practice, St Catherine's College, Oxford. Richard has also been working with Elizabeth Howkins in developing a series of digital stories relating to IPE which are now available on the CAIPE website. He has worked with Jenny Ford and HEE South in publishing an IPE Handbook to be used in practice (see).
His current interests include: Preparation and support of teachers involved with IPE; Values based interprofessional education and practice; Patient safety; and Collaborative leadership.
Susanne is Director of the Centre for Interprofessional Practice (CIPP) and Professor of Interprofessional Practice. She is also Director of Learning and Teaching Quality for Norwich Medical School at the University of East Anglia (UEA). Susanne is since 2016 proud to be a CAIPE Fellow and together with likeminded colleagues work towards a vision where “all professionals put interprofessional practice at the heart of their service by providing integrated and high quality care that is person-centred, compassionate, efficient and safe”.
Susanne joined CIPP in 2002, initially to set up a pilot with healthcare students. The purpose of the initiative was to give students an opportunity to learn with, from and about each other allowing them to develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and behaviour that underpin effective interprofessional practice and high quality care. The initial pilot turned out to be a success and as a result she was asked to extend IPL to involve all health and social care students. In 2016-2017 CIPP offered a number of different opportunities of IPL to ~ 3000 students across twelve different professions. From 2017-18 delivery of pre-registration IPL transitioned to schools with Susanne as CIPP Director taking on the role of supporting the ongoing development and quality assurance of the provision of IPL at UEA.
Since 2018, Susanne and CIPP will work with the local Trusts in meeting the increasing needs and expectations of our future healthcare practitioners by promoting networking and innovation in interprofessional practice - in teaching and research. Working together with others both locally, nationally and internationally has been a key ingredient in CIPP’s and Susanne’s approach to finding the best way forward in the joint attempt at providing meaningful opportunities for learning and working together that lead to real improvements in patient/client care. Susanne is currently undertaking a training to become an accredited coach for senior leaders so that she can actively help promote the overall aim of CIPP by supporting people to develop and optimise their leadership skills.
Meet Our Global IPECP Partners
CAIPE is one of a growing number of regional networks confederating in Interprofessional.Global (IP.G)which subscribes to the same ideals worldwide and oversees the biennial All Together Better Health (ATBH) conferences.
IP.G facilitates support and exchange between the global interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP) networks, establishes relationships with other like-minded organisations and welcomes and supports new networks sharing the same aims and values.
IP.GGlobal Café hosts monthly global webinars to encourage and support the exchange of knowledge and experiences in the global community of Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice. The normal format is two presentations. Each presentation has 10 minutes followed by a 20 minutes discussion (see).
The Journal of Interprofessional Care - Our Official Journal
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July 2021 New Impact Factor for the Journal of Interprofessional Care has increased to 2.338. This is their highest score yet.
Since its launch in 1992 following an initiative by the Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE) the Journal continues in promoting collaboration, practice and research in education, health and social care and related fields worldwide.
The Journal has retained its focus on education, health and social care and encouraged contributions from other fields where closer collaboration is critical to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities, and to establish and sustain a healthier environment. These include housing, public health, law enforcement and the treatment of offenders. Contributors and readers include service users, students, teachers, trainers, practitioners, managers, policy makers and researchers.
Given the increasing reach and circulation of the journal during 2021, the publishers have agreed a moderate increase in the journal page allowance. This will allow more papers to be included in each issue, and help reduce waiting times from online publication to print copy. This change is made on the back of a range of success indicators, including a 30% increase in downloads, now averaging 350K/year; and submissions, processing close to a thousand manuscripts/year.
CAIPE values it's continuing partnership with the Journal exploring collaborative practice, learning, working and research with and between professions and organisations and with service users, carers and communities. CAIPE and the Journal treats research as both a collaborative field in its own right and as a means to evaluate IPE and Practice.
CAIPE Membership for Individuals and Corporate Members not only offers access to the CAIPE website and resources, publications, policy development, Working Groups, Symposiums, Regional Forums, discounted conference attendance, and 20% off the Routledge/CAIPE Collaborative Practice series publications, CAIPE membership also offers substantial discount to the Journal of Interprofessional Care
The Values-Based Interprofessional Education and Practice Network
Established following the 2016 ATBH VIII Oxford conference by a working group of representatives from CAIPE, Oxford Brookes University and the Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Practice, Oxford University.
The Network enables communication between members and organisations leading to future research and workshops.
The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)
A not-for-profit educational network that crosses organisational and professional boundaries to bring people together to advance the science, knowledge and adoption of integrated care policy and practice.
CAIPE and IFIC are working together to promote and provide educational opportunities where interprofessional learning and practice can inform the integration of care as agreed.