Department of Health (2007) 3rd CIPW Supplement. Walk the Talk-Sustainable Change in post 2000 Interprofessional Learning and Development (Meads, G).

Third Supplement to Creating an Interprofessional Workforce: An Education and Training Framework for Health and Social Care in England.

It represents an ethnographic study of the state of interprofessional learning and development in the NHS during the lifetime of the Creating an Interprofessional Workforce Programme. This supplement to Creating an interprofessional Workforce: a Framework for the Practice of Interprofessional Learning and Development in Health and Social Care covering the 2003-2006 period, is lighter weight and more journalistic in style. It represents an ethnographic study of the state of interprofessional learning and development in the NHS during the life time of the Creating an Interprofessional Workforce Programme. It takes the implementation of the NHS Plan and its associated human resources policies and its starting points and includes a wealth of quotations derived from a cascade of interviews with many of the most prominent Directors of IPE Programmes and Deans of Medical Schools and Health and Social Studies in England today. This data is enriched by the evidence of three case study sites and the findings of relevant research articles during the period under review.

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