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Learning theories and tools for the assessment of core nursing competencies in simulation: A theoretical review
Aim: To identify the theories used to explain learning in simulation and to examine how these theories guided the assessment of learning outcomes related to core competencies in undergraduate nursing students. Background: ...
Role Clarification Processes for Better Integration of Nurse Practitioners into Primary Healthcare Teams: A Multiple-Case Study
Role clarity is a crucial issue for effective interprofessional collaboration. Poorly defined roles can become a source of conflict in clinical teams and reduce the effectiveness of care and services delivered to the ...
Resilience and Individualized Community Integration Interventions for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injuries
Résilience et intervention citoyenne personnalisée d'intégration dans la communauté pour les personnes ayant un traumatisme cranien
Investigators, caregivers, administrators and service users in the field of rehabilitation are increasingly interested in the concept of resilience, but the literature has very little to offer on interventions aimed at ...
Graphic medicine from library to classroom
Introduction. Graphic medicine is defined as the use of comics in health sciences education and patient care. Graphic stories about personal experiences of illness from patients and their families can be used to illustrate ...
Communities of practice as professional and organizational development strategy in local public health organizations in Québec, Canada : an evaluation model
Communities of practice (CoPs) are among the professional development strategies most widely used in such fields as management and education. Though the approach has elicited keen interest, knowledge pertaining to its ...
Professional development programs in health promotion : tools and processes to favor new practices
Developing innovative interventions that are in sync with a health promotion paradigm often represents a challenge for professionals working in local public health organizations. Thus, it is critical to have both professional ...
Dichotomy and dialogue in conceptualizations of competency in health professionals’ education
(Sciedu Press, 2017)
Most research on the definition of competency and its application in health professionals’ education programs is focused on semantic matters, while contextual influences are rarely discussed or solely presented as background ...
Innovating in Teaching Collaborative Practice with a Large Student Cohort at Université de Montréal
Université de Montréal implemented an interprofessional education (IPE) curriculum on collaborative practice in a large cohort of students (>1,100) from 10 health sciences and psychosocial sciences training programs. It ...