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Interprofessional Education & Collaborative Practice Publications

  1. Lyons, K., Giordano, C., Speakman, E., Smith, K. & Horowitz, J. (2016).  Jefferson Teamwork Observation Guide (JTOG): An instrument to Observe Teamwork Behaviors.  J Allied Health.  45(1):49-53.
  2. Plumb, J.D. & Brawer R. (2016).  Non-profit Hospitals and Community Benefit – What’s Next?  Population Health Matters.  Vol 29 No.1 p 2-4.
  3. Speakman, E. & Sicks, S. (2015).  Nursing in the 21st century: Find opportunities to practice in interprofessional healthcare teams. Imprint Magazine. 63(4): 35-37.
  4. Herge, E.A. & King, A. (2015).  An Online Approach to Interprofessional Education.  Interprofessional Education and Care Newsletter.  6(2), 4-5.
  5. Plumb, J.D., Weinstein, L. & McCurdy M. (2015).  The Stephen Klein Wellness Center – A Community Centered Health Home – a Partnership between Jefferson and Project HOME.  Population Health Matters.  28(3):2-3.
  6. Forstater, A., Papanagnou, D., Lyons, K., Sicks, S. & Speakman, E. (2015). Jefferson Center for InterProfessional Education TeamSTEPPS® workshops for staff.  Population Health Matters. 28(4):3-4.
  7. Lyons, K. (2015). Jefferson Team Observation Guide (JTOG) moves to an app. University of Toronto Newsletter.
  8. Herge, E.A., Hsieh C, Waddell-Terry, T. & Keats, P. (2015).  Simulated Clinical Skills Scenario to Teach Interprofessional Teamwork to Health Profession Students.  Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development.  2015:2;27–34 doi:10.4137/JMECD.S18928.
  9. Roy, V., Collins, L.G., Sokas, C.M., Lim, E., Umland, E., Speakman, E., Koeuth, S., & Jerpbak, C. (2015). Student reflections on interprofessional education: Moving from concepts to collaboration. Journal of Allied Health.
  10. Bernstein, R.S., Meurer, L.N., Plumb, E.J., & Jackson, J.L. (2015). Diabetes and hypertension prevalence in homeless adults in the United States: A systematic review and meta-analysis. American Journal of Public Health, 105(2).
  11. Roy, V., Hurley, K., Plumb, E.J., Castellan, C., & McManus, R.P. (2015). Urban underserved program: An analysis of factors affecting practice outcomes. Family Medicine, 47(5).
  12. Plumb, E.J. (2015). World Changing. Annals of Internal Medicine. 162:594-595.
  13. Michalec, B. & Hafferty F.W. (2015). Role theory and the practice of interprofessional education: A critical appraisal and a call to sociologists. Social Theory & Health, 13(2), 180-201.
  14. Plumb, E.J., Plumb, J.D., & Soin, K.S. (2015). Bidirectional global health education: The RVCP-Jeff HEALTH Exchange Program. Population Health Matters, 28(1), Article 3. 
  15. Speakman, E., Bouchaud, M., Sicks, S., Giordano, C., & Lyons, K. (2015). FACT ACE Days: Understanding interprofessional approaches to collaborative patient-centered care. Transformative Education for Health Professionals. Found at http://whoeducationguidelines.org/.
  16. Speakman, E., Lyons, K., Giordano, C., Shaffer, K. & Sicks, S. (2015). Utilizing the Jefferson Teamwork Observation Guide (JTOG) during interprofessional clinical rounding: A collaborative practice experience. Transformative Education for Health Professionals. Found at http://whoeducationguidelines.org/.
  17. Speakman, E. (2015). Interprofessional education and collaborative practice in Billings, D.M. & Halstead, J. (Ed). Teaching in Nursing (5th Ed). Elsevier Health.
  18. Ganapathiraju, P., Morrison, C., & Plumb, J. (2015). Endgame for polio eradication?  Options for overcoming social and political factors in the progress to eradication polio. Global Public Health. 10(4):463-473.  Doi:10.1080/17441692.2014.994655.