Use these resources to enhance interprofessional education, professional development, and teamwork. Resources are applicable for learners in the classroom, clinic, and work setting.
Downloadable IPE/IPP Rubrics and Checklist
The following files are in PDF format and will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to be opened.
This checklist guides you through how to design, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of your IPE activity.
Interprofessional Practice Surveys
ASHA has conducted a number of Interprofessional Practice surveys to study the progression of advancement in interprofessional education and interprofessional collaborative practice.
Promote IPE/IPP Using PSAs
Audio and video public service announcements are available to use to promote IPE and IPP in audiology scope of practice, autism spectrum disorders, early intervention, literacy/dyselxia, and speech-language pathology scope of practice.
Resources Overview: IPE/IPP
Use this video to quickly and easily find essential resources to successfully practice IPE/IPP, including rubrics, case studies, and more videos.
Benefits of IPE/IPP
How can interprofessional education and practice benefit clinicians and patients? Watch this video to learn how interprofessional education and practice leads to better care, better outcomes, and better clinician satisfaction.
Evidence for IPE/IPP
What is the impact of if IPE/IPP on outcomes and practice? Julie A. Honaker of the Cleveland Clinic talks about the data that shows interprofessional collaborative care has a positive impact on the patient experience, greater efficiencies in care, and improved outcomes.
How To: IPE/IPP
Find out how IPE is preparing a “practice ready” workforce that understands how to work collaboratively with other professions to deliver the best patient care.
The Why, What, and How of Interprofessional Collaboration
In this webinar, the speakers explore how to foster collaborative teams in various work settings, review various models for interprofessional collaboration, and explain how to identify the competencies you need to maximize your effectiveness as a member of collaborative teams.
IPP in Action: Kennedy Krieger Institute (Fairmount Campus) in Baltimore
Join us as we observe a high-functioning team demonstrate some of the competencies needed to provide client-centered care in an interprofessional environment. Members of this exemplary IPP team describe the benefits of working collaboratively and share ideas for how you can get started.
Positive Experiences with Interprofessional Collaborative Practice
This short clip includes two interviewees sharing their positive experiences working with collaborative teams of health care and education professionals. Their satisfaction is a direct byproduct of well-orchestrated and very effective interprofessional collaboration.
In 2012, Towson University created the Institute for Well-Being to facilitate IPE for students across the health professions. Students engage in numerous community outreach experiences involving IPE. This session from the 2016 ASHA Convention focuses on the challenges and solutions for making IPE work across multiple departments and majors.
This session explores several dynamic strategies and tools for fostering IPE/IPP in complex early intervention, preschool, and school settings to ensure outcomes-based services and academic achievement. The session was presented at the 2016 ASHA Convention. See the slides [PDF].
This session presents an efficient, collaborative, and motivating program for IPE. Developed over 3 years at the Touro College School of Health Sciences in conjunction with the master’s program in speech-language pathology, the program utilizes simulated IPE case management, faculty training, and curricular integration. This session was presented at the 2016 ASHA Convention. See the slides [PDF].