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Ellen Fagan, Erin Knoepfel, Kathy Panther & Lynn Grames
How are you supposed to learn about interprofessional teaming if your graduate program didn't model it? Never fear. More employers are offering ways for staff to learn about one another's disciplines—together. Here's a first-hand look at some of them.
Jack Pickering & Erin Embry
Interprofessional care benefits patients, but teaching future clinicians how to provide it can be challenging. Follow these guidelines to "de-silo" your academic program.
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So Long Silos
From My Perspective: How Do We Make Interprofessional Collaboration Happen
Learn It Specialized Services, Phoenix, Arizona
Coordinator of Voice and Airway Services
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
Post-doctoral fellowship, Rehabilitation Research Training Neurologic Communication Disorders
Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois
Prince William County Public Schools, Virginia
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois