This book is the fourth in the series on leadership, interprofessional education and practice, following on from Leadership Development for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (2014), Leadership and Collaboration: Further Developments for IPE and Collaborative Practice (2015) and Leading Research and Evaluation in Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (2016).
Along with policy changes around the globe, these three books have stimulated experts in this area to consider not only the ways in which they introduce and develop interprofessional education and collaborative practice, but also how they evaluate their impacts. In this 4th book, the focus is on the sustainability of these initiatives, sharing insights into factors that promote sustainability including leadership approaches and organisationsal resilience, as well as frequently encountered difficulties, and ways to overcome them.
Introduction: Creating and sustaining cultural change in interprofessional collaboration (including the WCC)
Professor John Gilbert
Part 1 The Interprofessional Centres and Networks
The CAIPE journey (UK) – Vision, Resilience and Sustainability
Richard Pitt and Professor Liz Anderson
AfriPEN – the sub-Saharan interprofessional education network – bulding for sustainability
The NEXUS (USA) maturity and looking forward
Professor Brenda Brandt
Part 2 Key drivers
Securing an Interprofessional Future - Australia
Associate professor Roger Dunston
The Linköping Journey
Starting growing and sustaining leadership in Interprofessional collaboration in Thailand
John and a Thai author
Involvement of consumers in the interprofessional team
Associate Professor Monica Moran and customers as authors
Part 3 Specific Examples
The key drivers for maintaining the interprofessional clinic at Auckland University of Technology
Dr Brenda Flood
Rural and remote
Associate Professors Monica Moran and Tony Smith
Developing a sustainable Mental health models in New ZealandProfessor Max Abbott
Building and sustaining student leadership of interprofessional education
Sharon Buckley and students as authors
Sustainable developments in South America
Part 4 Updates on previous developments
Sustaining Interprofessional collaboration in Brazil
Professor Carole Orchard
Qatar – Sustaining Interprofessional Collaboration in collaboration with other universities
Alla El Awaisi
Malaysia – sustaining collaborative decision making
Dr Wendy Shoesmith
Dawn Forman works part-time at the University of Derby as a Professor of Academic Development and is a Company director for Interactive Leadership and Management Development. Dawn is an Adjunct Professor for Curtin University, Australia, and Auckland University of Technology, NZ and has over 120 peer-reviewed publications to her credit.
Marion Jones is Dean of the Graduate Research School at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), NZ. She is also Director of the National Centre for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice and a member of the Interprofessional Global Development team. She is a Professor of Interprofessional Learning at AUT.
Jill Thistlethwaite is a professional health education consultant, general practitioner, and Adjunct Professor with the University of Technology, Sydney, and clinical chair of the hospital non-specialist programme at HETI (Health Education and Training Institute, New South Wales, Australia). She is the Editor of The Clinical Teacher and an Associate Editor of Journal of Interprofessional Care.
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