Evidence to support the proposition that learning together will help practitioners and agencies work better together remains limited and thinly spread.
This review identified, collated, analysed and synthesised the best available contemporary evidence from 21 of the strongest evaluations of IPE to inform the above proposition. In this way we sought to help shape future interprofessional education and maximize the potential for interprofessional learning to contribute to collaborative practice and better care.
Objectives of the review:
· To identify and review the strongest evaluations of IPE.
· To classify the outcomes of IPE and note the influence of context on particular outcomes.
· To develop a narrative about the mechanisms that underpin and inform positive and negative outcomes of IPE.
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