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1. Citation: Careau, E., Briere, N., Houle, N., Dumont, S., Vincent, C., Swaine, B. (2015). Interprofessional collaboration: Development of a tool to enhance knowledge translation. Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(4), 372-8.
Title: Interprofessional collaboration: Development of a tool to enhance knowledge translation
Author(s): Careau, E.
Briere, N.
Houle, N.
Dumon, S.
Vincent, C.
Swaine, B.
Year: 2015
Journal/Publication: Disability and Rehabilitation
Abstract: Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) is complex, concerted cooperation between health workers, and is commonly recommended to improve outcomes for clients. However, there exists little guidance on the specific mechanisms of successful IPC or strategies for achieving it. The authors enlisted the help of various rehabilitation stakeholders in Quebec, Canada to develop and validate an IPC framework. The study had a mixed-method design and seven-phase process. The feedback from stakeholders lead to the creation of an IPC model that includes four components and five collaborative practices. The results of this study and the proposed model are especially relevant to health care workers and educators.

Type of Item: Implementation Instrument
Research Study
Type of KT Strategy: Clinical Practice Guidelines
Multi-Professional Collaboration
Stakeholder Collaboration
Target Group: Educator
Healthcare Professional
Service Provider
Evidence Level: 3
Record Updated:2016-07-18

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