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National Interprofessional and Prevention Education Survey

Description: 
N/A
Data Years Available: 
2010
Periodicity: 
Every 5 years
Mode of Collection: 
Online survey of all academic health centers
Selected Content: 
To determine if an easily administered instrument and process could be developed to assess interprofessional education (IPE) and interprofessional prevention education (IPPE) across the U.S. 1. This school or college offers COURSES that include opportunities for interprofessional collaborative learning experiences. 2. This school or college offers COURSES in which students from one profession/discipline work with students from another profession/discipline to learn prevention. 3. This school or college offers CLINICAL ROTATIONS OR INTERNSHIPS that include opportunities for interprofessional collaborative learning experiences. 4. This school or college offers CLINICAL ROTATIONS OR INTERNSHIPS in which students from one profession/discipline work with students from another profession/discipline to learn prevention. 5. This school or college has personnel with designated responsibilities (e.g., administrative, teaching, or research) for interprofessional education. 6. This school or college has personnel with designated responsibilities (e.g., administrative, teaching, or research) for prevention education. 7. This school or college has interprofessional or similar language which appears in official institutional documentation (e.g., mission or vision statement, strategic plans, governance documentation). 8. This institution has an office, center, or other infrastructure that supports interprofessional efforts.
Population Covered: 
all academic health centers
Methodology: 
N/A
Response Rates and Sample Size: 
a. 127 or 37% of 346 contacts at academic health centers b. 65 or 64% of the 102 member institutions of the Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC).
Interpretation Issues: 
N/A
References: 

Maeshiro et al. AJPM, Feb. 2011: pages 232-244.

Evans et al., pages 245-260.

Zenzano et al., pages 261-267.