As audiologists and speech-language pathologists, we need high-quality research into IPE/IPP. Research helps us understand how IPE informs collaborative practice and how IPP changes outcomes for our patients and clients. It guides educators in crafting curriculum to prepare students for the workplace. This section furthers IPE/IPP research in two ways: (1) by connecting professionals with existing studies and (2) by providing guidance for new research.
These resources will help IPE/IPP researchers define their study, secure funding, and measure outcomes.
This collection of journal articles and other research will provide further insight into how IPE/IPP is changing the way we work.
This list of IPE/IPP research resources from health professions outside the discipline of communication sciences and disorders features studies applicable to our work as audiologists and SLPs.