Understanding why interprofessional practice (IPP) is important is an essential first step; developing the practical skills and know-how to work on an IPP team is even better. That’s where this how-to section comes in. These resources will help you take everything you’ve learned about IPP and make it something you practice in your daily work. It is interprofessional practice, after all.
This practical guide walks you through the steps of convening and facilitating an IPP team. Download our IPP rubric to help your team record your progress.
Need help convincing your colleagues that IPP means better outcomes–not more meetings? Get our talking points and explain the benefits of IPP to your manager or coworkers.
Audiologists play an important role in addressing hearing and balance concerns. Get our tips for communicating that value and working with other professionals on an IPP team.
Ensuring that your teammates understand what SLPs do and what knowledge you provide can be a challenge. Get our tips for advocating for yourself on an IPP team.
This webinar covers the basics of IPP and gives practical advice for fostering collaborative teams.
Working on an IPP team requires skills like team facilitation and conflict resolution. This free online course will help you hone your teamwork skills.
These resources will help IPE/IPP researchers define their study, secure funding, and measure outcomes.
This guide walks you through how to develop an IPE exercise in academic and professional development settings.
Make your school's IEP process more collaborative and efficient by involving the entire team in goal creation.