Summary:

Interprofessional theory, scholarship and collaboration The task of raising the importance of theoretical undepinnings in research, policy and HSC practitioners’ agendas is the remit of a new international network: In-2-Theory. Its specific remit is to develop social science theory, and explore its practical application, in interprofessional collaborative practice (IPC) and interprofessional education (IPE). It aims to build sustainable working relationships with international colleagues to strengthens theoretical underpinnings of IPC and IPE and bridge the gap between theory and practice.

Article:

Interprofessional theory, scholarship and collaboration The task of raising the importance of theoretical undepinnings in research, policy and HSC practitioners’ agendas is the remit of a new international network: In-2-Theory. Its specific remit is to develop social science theory, and explore its practical application, in interprofessional collaborative practice (IPC) and interprofessional education (IPE). It aims to build sustainable working relationships with international colleagues to strengthens theoretical underpinnings of IPC and IPE and bridge the gap between theory and practice. Stakeholders include educators, practitioners, service users and researchers from a range of health, social care and psycho-social disciplines.
An invitation
The convening group of this special interest group would like to invite MedED world members to join In-2-theory Special Interest group pages in Medworld and contribute to the discussions and activities of this group or contact Dr Sarah Hean [email protected] for further discussion.

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