Publications Welcome to a selection of journal articles, books and CAIPE publications Anderson, E. & Kinnair, D. (2016) Integrating the assessment of interprofessional education into health care curriculum. Anderson, E. & Thorpe, L. (2010) Learning together in practice: an interprofessional education programme to appreciate teamwork Anderson, E., Hean, S., O’Halloran, C., Pitt, R. & Hammick, M. (2014) Faculty Development for Interprofessional Education and Practice. In- Faculty Development in the Health Professions. Bainbridge, L. & Wood, V. (2012) The power of prepositions- Learning with, from and about others in the context of interprofessional education. Barr H, (2016) Responding as interprofessional educators to the WHO challenge, Barr, H,. Helme, M. & D’Avray, L. (2014) Review IPE in Uk 1997-2013 Executive Summary & recommendations Barr, H. & Low, H. (2012) IPE in Pre-registration Courses- CAIPE Guide for Commissioners & Regulators of Education Barr, H. (2002) Interprofessional education: Today, yesterday and tomorrow Barr, H. (2015) Interprofessional Education-The Genesis of Global Movement Barr, H. Helme, M. D’Avray, L. & Thistlethwaite, J. (2013) A Survey of Pre-registration Interprofessional Education in the United Kingdom 2010-2012 Barr, H., Gray, R., Helme, M., Low, H. & Reeves, S. (2016) Steering the development of interprofessional education Barr, H., & Low, H. (2013) Introducing Interprofessional Education. Barr, H., Helme, M. & D’Avray, L. (2011) Developing IPE in health & social care courses in the UK. Barr, H., Helme, M. & D’Avray, L. (2014) Review of IPE in UK 1997-2013 Berger, S.,Goetz,K., Leowardi-Bauer, C., Schultz, J., Szecsenyi, J. & Mahler, C. (2016) Anchoring interprofessional education in undergraduate curricula- The Heidelberg story. Brewer, M. (2016) Facilitating the dissemination of IPE/P using an innovative conference approach to engage stakeholders. Byakika-Kibwika, P., Kutesa, A., Baingana, R., Muhumuza, C., Kitutu, F., Mwesigwa, C., Chalo, R. & Sewankambo, N. (2015) A situation analysis of inter-professional education and practice for ethics and professionalism training at Makerere University College of Health Sciences. CAIPE (2011) Principles of Interprofessional Education. CAIPE (2017) Interprofessional Education Guidelines, (Barr, H., Ford, J., Gray, R., Helme, M., Hutchings, M., Low, H., Machin, A. & Reeves, S.) Careau, E., Bainbridge, L., Steinberg, M. & Lovato, C. (2016) Improving Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice through Evaluation- An exploration of current trends. Chiocchio, F., Lebel, P. & Dube, J (2016) Informational role self-efficacy- a validation in IPE collaboration contexts involving healthcare Combined Universities Interprofessional Learng Unit (2006) Final Report Craddock, D., O’Halloran, C., Borthwick, A. & McPherson, K. (2006) Interprofessional education in health and social care. Dahlberg, J., Falk, A.L., Kjellgren, K., Dahlgren, M. A. (2014) Creating a Common Curriculum for Interprofessional Learning: Strategic Development of Undergraduate Programs in Medicine & Health. Darlow, B., Coleman, K., McKinlay, E., Donovan, S., Beckingscale, L., Gray,B., Neser, H., Perry, M., Stanley, S. & Pullon, S. (2015) The positive impact of interprofessional education- a controlled trial to evaluate a programme for health professional students, Davies,N., Fletcher, S. & Reeves, S. (2016) Interprofessional education in maternity services- is there evidence to support policy? Deutschlander, S. & Suter, E. (2011) Interprofessional Mentoring Guide. Alberta Health Services, Alberta. Dorning, H. & Bardsley, M. (2014) Focus on: Allied Health Professionals: Can we measure quality of care? (Quality Watch). Doucet, S., Loney, E. & Brown (2016) Perceptions of Graduating Health Professional Students of their Interprofessional Education experiences pre-licensure education. Dunston, R. (2012) The ‘interprofessional’ in Australian health professional education- current activity and future possibilities Centre for Research in Learning and Change, University of Technology, Sydney. El-Awaisi, A., El Hajj, M.S., Joseph, S. & Diack, L. (2016) Interprofessional education in the Arabic-speaking Middle East- Perspectives of pharmacy academics. Ericson,A., Löfgren, S., Bolinder, G., Reeves, S., Kitto, S. & Masiello, I. (2016) IPE in a student led ED- a realist evaluation. Freeman, S., Wright, A., & Lindqvist, S. (2010) Facilitator training for educators involved in interprofessional learning Freeth, D., Reeves, S., Koppel, I., Hammick, M. & Barr, H. (2005) Evaluating interprofessional education: A self-help guide. Higher Education Academy: Health Sciences and Practice Frenk, J., Chen, L., Bhutta, Z.A., Cohen, J., Crisp, N., et al (2010) Health professionals for a new century: transforming education to strengthen health systems in an interdependent world Gaugler, J.E., Potter, T. & Pruinelli, L. (2014) Partnering with Caregivers Gray, R. (2015) Changing Times CAIPE. Green, C., Taylor, C., Buckley, S. & Hean, S. (2015) Beyond synthesis-augmenting systematic review procedures with practical principles. Greenaway, D. (2013) Shape of training, Securing the future of excellent patient care. FINAL Report. Hall, L. & Zierler, B. (2015) Interprofessional Education and Practice Guide No 1 Developing faculty to effectively facilitate interprofessional education Health Force Ontario (2010) Final report of the interprofessional care- strategic implementation committee. Hean, S,. Craddock,D. & O’Halloran, C. (2009) Learning theories and interprofessional education- a user’s guide. Hean, S,. O’Halloran, C., Craddock, D., Hammick, M. & Pitt, R. (2012) Testing theory in interprofessional education – social capital as a case study. Hean, S., Willumsen, E. & Ødegård, A. (2016) Collaborative practices between correctional and mental health services in Norway- Expanding the roles and responsibility competence domain. Hean,S., Anderson,E,. Bainbridge,L., Clark,P., Craddock,D., Doucet,S., Hammick,M., Mpofu,R., O’Halloran,C., Pitt, R. & Oandasan, I. (2013) IN-2-THEORY-Interprofessional theory, scholarship and collaboration- a community of practice. HEENW (2014) Celebrating interprofessional learning success across the north west- transforming learning environments Hewitt,G., Sims,S. & Harris, R. (2014) Using realist synthesis to understand the mechanisms of interprofessional teamwork in health & social care. Howkins,E.& Low,H. (2015) Learning to work collaboratively to improve the quality of care for individuals, families and communities-The practice educator’s role Joseph, S. (2016) Diversity and internationalisation in interprofessional education. Kendall-Gallagher, D., Reeves, S., Alexanian, J. & Kitto, S. (2016) A nursing perspective of interprofessional work in critical care- Findings from a secondary analysis. Kenward, L (2009) OU Pocket guide to IPE in Practice. King, G., Orchard, C., Khalili, H. & Avery, L. (2016) Refinement of the Interprofessional Socialization and Valuing Scale (ISVS-21) and Development of 9-Item Equivalent Versions. Low, H. & Barr, H. (2008) Practice learning for interprofessional collaboration in Social Work Martin P, Newby M, Moran M, Browne M, Kumar S. (2016) Interprofessional Scenario-Based Learning for New Graduates in a Regional Setting: A Pilot Study. Mental Health Foundation (2013) Crossing Boundaries Report Improving integrated care for people with mental health problems O’Keefe, M, Henderson, A, & Chick, R. (2017) Defining a set of common interprofessional learning competencies for health profession students Pullon, S.,Wilson, C., Gallagher, P,. Skinner, M., McKinlay, E.,Gray, E. & McHugh, P. (2016) Transition to practice- can rural interprofessional education make a difference? A cohort study. Reeves, S,. Perrier, L,. Goldman, J,. Freeth, D,. & Zwarenstein, M. (2013) Interprofessional education: effects on professional practice and healthcare outcomes (update) (Cochrane Review) Reeves, S. & Hean, S. (2013) Why we need theory to help us better understand the nature of interprofessional education, practice & care. Reeves, S. (2016) Why we need interprofessional education to improve the delivery safe and effective care. Reeves, S. (2016) Ideas for the development of the interprofessional education and practice field: An update. Reeves, S., Barr, H., Boet,S., Kitto, S. et al (2016) BEME systematic review of the effects of interprofessional education. Reinhold, M.I., Otieno, S. & Bacon-Baguley, T. (2016) Inegrating interprofessional experience through a 1st year physician assistant curriculum improves perceprtions of health care providers. Riley,J., McGowan, M. & Rozmovits, L. (2014) Exploring the Value of Technology to Stimulate Interprofessional Discussion and Education- A Needs Assessment of Emergency Medicine Professionals. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ( 2013) How to foster interprofessional collaboration between physicians and nurses? Incorporating lessons learned in pursuing a consensus. Roberts,C. & Kumar, K. (2015) Student learning in interprofessional practice-based environments: what does theory say? Rogers, G., Thistlethwaite, J., Anderson, E., Abrandt Dahlgren, M., Grymonpre, R., Moran, M. & Samarasekera, D. (2016) International consensus statement on the assessment of interprofessional learning outcomes. Sakata,K., Stephenson, L., Mulanax, A., Bierman, J., McGrath, K., Scholl,G., MCDougal, A., Bearden, D., Mohan, V. & Gold, J. (2016) Professional and interprofessional differences in electronic health records use and recognition of safety issues in critically ill patients. Sanborn, H. (2016) Developing asynchronous online interprofessional education. Stanley, K., Dixon, K., Warner, P. & Stanley, D. (2016) Twelve possible strategies for enhancing interprofessional socialisation in higher education- Findings from an interpretive phenomenological study Stephens, T., Hunningher, A., Mills, H. & Freeth, D. (2016) An interprofessional training course in crises and human factors for perioperative teams. Steven, K., Howden, S., Mires, G., Rowe,I., Lafferty, N., Arnold, A. & Strath, A. (2017) Toward interprofessional learning and education: Mapping common outcomes for prequalifying healthcare professional programs in the United Kingdom The Interprofessional Curriculum Renewal Consortium, Australia (2013), Curriculum Renewal for Interprofessional Education in Health. Sydney, Centre for Research in Learning and Change, University of Technology, Sydney Thistlethwaite,J., Dallest, K., Moran, M., Dunston, R., Roberts, C., Eley, D., Bogossian,F., Forman, D., Bainbridge, L., Drynan, D. & Fyfe, S. (2016): Introducing the individual Teamwork Observation and Feedback Tool (iTOFT): Development and description of a new interprofessional teamwork measure. Thistlewaite, J., Forman, D., Matthews, L., Rogers, G. et al (2014) Competencies and Frameworks in Interprofessional Education- A comparitive analysis. Tomizawa, R., Shigeta, M. & Reeves, S. (2016) Framework development for the assessment of interprofessional teamwork in mental health settings. Tomizawa, R., Yamano, M., Osako, M., Hirabayashi, N., Oshima, N., Sigeta, M. & Reeves, S. (2016) Validation of a global scale to assess the quality of interprofessional teamwork in mental health services. Zwarenstein, M., Goldman, J. & Reeves, S. (2009) Interprofessional collaboration- effects of practice based interventions on professional practice & healthcare.