Publications

The Centre for IPE team contributed to the field of IPE and IPC through numerous publications for 2015 - 2017.

Gertler, M,, Verma, S., Tassone M, Seltzer, J., Careau, E. Navigating the leadership landscape: creating an inventory to identify leadership education programs for health professionals. Health Care Quarterly. 2015:18 32-37.

Lie, D., Forest, C.P., Kysh, L., & Sinclair, L. (2016). Interprofessional education and practice guide No. 5: Interprofessional teaching for prequalification students in clinical settings, Journal of Interprofessional Care, 30:3, 324-330.

Langlois, S. (2016, March). Developing an Appreciation of Patient Safety: Analysis of Interprofessional Student Experiences with Health Mentors. Perspectives in Medical Education, 2016 Mar 14:1-7.

Langlois, S. & Lymer, E. (2016, January). Learning Professional Ethics: Student Experiences in a Health Mentor Program. Education for Health, 2016 Jan;29(1):10-15.

Langlois, S., Teicher, J., Derochie, A., Molley, S., Nauth, S. & Jethava, V. Understanding Partnerships with Patients/Clients in a Team Context through Verbatim Theatre. Med Ed Portal Association of the American Medical Colleges. 2017; 

Langlois, S. Mapping current health professional curricula: Identifying common topics for an integrated    interprofessional education curriculum. Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice. 2016 (5):7-9

Nelson, S., White, C., Hodges, B., Tassone, M. Team training at the pre-licensure level: a review of the literature. Academic Medicine (In Press).

Rowland, P., Ng. S. (2017 online first). Multiple boundaries: Professional and institutional identities of clinician-scientists. Medical Education.

Rowland, P., McMillan, S., McGillicuddy, P, & Richards, J. (2016). What is “the patient perspective” in patient engagement programs?: Implicit logics and parallels to feminist theories. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness, and Medicine. Nominated in F1000 as an Influential Paper in the Field.

Rowland, P. (2015). Discourse analysis as multi-dimensional thinking in organizations: Examples from an analysis of patient safety discourses in a Canadian acute care hospital. Fielding Monograph Series: Leadership Studies in Healthcare (Eds. J.P. Isbouts & M. Farrell). Fielding Graduate University, CA.

Rowland, P. (2017). Organizational paradoxes in speaking up for safety: Implications for the interprofessional field. Journal of Interprofessional Care.

Rowland, P., Kuper, A. (2017 online first). Beyond vulnerability: How the dual role of patient-provider can inform health professions education. Advances in Health Sciences Education.

Tassone M, Creede C, Shaver J, Parker K, Vilhena B. Collaborative change leadership: a new way of transforming healthcare. Health Care Quarterly. (In Revision)

Watt-Watson J., Lax L., Davies R., Langlois S., Oskarsson J., Raman-Wilms L.(2017).The Pain Interprofessional Curriculum Design Model. Pain Medicine 2017; 18: 1040-1048 doi: 10.1093/pm/pnw337

BOOKS, CHAPTERS, TECHNICAL WRITING 

Brander, R., MacPhee, M., Careau, E., Verma, S., Tassone, M., Paterson, M., Berry, S. Collaborative leadership for the transformation of health systems. Book chapter in “Leadership and collaboration: further developments for interprofessional education. Palgrave MacMillan Publishers, 2015.

Lowe, M. (2016). Advancing Interprofessional Care and Learning: Seizing the opportunity as Medical Laboratory Technologists. Advocate, 22(4):5-6.

Nirula, L., Lowe, M., Maharaj, S., McLaney, E., Parker, K. & Leslie, K. (2015). Teaching Excellence Competencies Model. Centre for Faculty Development: University of Toronto.