|1.||Practice effectively as a member of an interprofessional team providing client-centred care and critically appraise the effectiveness of their own contributions;|
|2.||Adapt their oral, written, graphical and non-verbal communication strategies to the needs of clients and other professionals;|
|3.||Informed by theory, analyse student's own professional role and the roles of other professionals in the context of interprofessional practice;|
|4.||Critically reflect on the strategies used by the interprofessional team to manage interprofessional disagreement and conflict;|
|5.||Improve their own performance and that of their interprofessional team by critical reflection and reference to theoretical perspectives of interprofessional practice.|
|Other||Tutor-moderated self- and peer-assessment (Expose and Immerse, approx. 1500 words)||20%|
|Other||Tutor-moderated self- and peer-assessment (Experience, approx 1500 words)||30%|
|Report||Reflective report informed by theory (Experience, approx. 4000 words)||20%|
|Performance||Supervisor grade based on observation and self, peer and client assessment (Experience, approx. 500 words)||30%|
Hammick, M., Freeth, D., Copperman, J., Goodsman, D., (2009)
Cambridge: Polity Press.
Framework for action on interprofessional education & collaborative practice
World Health Organization (2010)
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