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Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards Steering Committee announces that the IPE project, Breaking disciplinary silos with Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP): An e-MART approach, has been shortlisted for the Hybrid Learning Award. There are more than 1100 applications across sixteen categories and the top 12 percent of these innovations are shortlisted.
HKUMed was well represented at two of the largest medical education conferences recently held in Asia. Our panel of colleagues will share insights gleaned from presenting their scholarly work and from participating in academic sessions led by prominent medical educationalists from around the world.
The title of Dr Fred Ganotice's presentation is Who is Ready to Collaborate? Differential Students' Readiness for Interprofessional Learning
The interprofessional education (IPE), a large-scale cross-disciplinary and cross-faculty programme promoting transformative shift to team-based collaboration in patient care, is conventionally implemented as face-to-face instruction. However, in view of the health-related risks of holding large classes during pandemic, there is a need to redesign the programme to online (synchronous and asynchronous) model.
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Interprofessional Education (IPE) aims to break educational silos by putting students from diverse backgrounds to be better collaborators by learning with, from, and about each other, thus managing power hierarchies in the workplace. Teamwork and collaboration are important learning competencies to help prepare future health professionals reshape both the processof health care management and health outcomes...