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IPE Foundation and Practice

Interprofessional Education in Community Health Contexts: Preparing a Collaborative Practice-Ready Workforce

Team-Based Competencies: Building a Shared Foundation for Education and Clinical Practice

Interprofessional Education: Effects on Professional Practice and Health Care Outcomes (Review)

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Faculty Development

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Do Interprofessional Education and Problem-Based Learning Work Together?

Advancing Interprofessional Clinical Prevention and Population Health Education: Curriculum Development Guide for Health Professions Faculty

Interprofessional Education in Gross Anatomy: Experience with First-Year Medical and Physical Therapy Students at Mayo Clinic

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Interprofessional Education Assessment and Planning Instrument for Academic Institutions: Interprofessional Education with an Emphasis on Prevention

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