The Canadian government supports the transformation of education for health care providers based on the recognized need for an inter- professional collaborative approach to care . This first paper in a series of papers demonstrates the credibility of an action research approach for the promotion and understanding of inter- professional education (IPE). Located in the critical paradigm, this action research project is concerned with creating an educational environment that enhances the ability of learners and educators to provide patient-centred care through inter- professional collaboration. The QUIPPED project has invited various stakeholders (faculty an d learners from various disciplines, consumers of health care, university administration and clinicians) to participate in the collaborative transformation of the educational culture and the co- creation of a shared knowledge for IPE.
Inter-Professional Education, and Action Research
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Paterson, M., Medves, J. M., Chapman, C., Verma, S., Broers, T., & Schroder, C. (2007). Action Research as a Qualitative Research Approach in Inter- Professional Education: The QUIPPED Approach. The Qualitative Report, 12(2), 332-344. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2007.1640