Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice
Authors:Elizabeth Speakman EdD, RN, CDE, ANEF
Publication Date:August 16, 2016
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DescriptionInterprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice helps nurse educators develop multidiscipline, team-based learning opportunities for students. Each chapter, coauthored by an interprofessional team, presents a broad perspective on how to create, deliver, and evaluate meaningful interprofessional education and collaborative practice learning opportunities.
This practical book includes the following features to help faculty provide the learning experiences students need to develop effective collaborative practice, which will enhance patient safety and quality care:
- Exemplars of successful implementation and interprofessional competency frameworks
- Conceptual models for evaluating outcomes, as well as coverage of evaluation principles
- Insightful discussions of diverse venues for interprofessional activities, including classroom, simulation, and experiential opportunities
Malcolm Cox, MD
Adjunct Professor of Medicine
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania
Former Chief Academic Affiliations Officer
US Department of Veterans Affairs
About the Authors
- Elizabeth Speakman EdD, RN, CDE, ANEF
- Elizabeth Speakman, EdD, RN, CDE, FNAP, ANEF is Co-Director of the Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Education and an Associate Professor in the Jefferson College of Nursing at Thomas Jefferson University. Prior to that Dr Speakman was Associate Dean of Student Affairs and Assistant Dean of the RN-BSN program in the Jefferson College of Nursing. Dr. Speakman is a Fellow in the Academy of Nursing Education and a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellow. A nurse educator for 30 years, Dr. Speakman serves as a curriculum expert and consultant, with over 100 national presentations. Dr. Speakman’s research area is interprofessional education and collaborative practice and in adult higher education, specifically retention and intervention strategies. Her practice settings include critical care, post anesthesia care unit, emergency room and community health nursing.
Dr. Speakman has served on various committees within the College of Nursing and the University, as well as nationally serving two three-year terms as a Board of Governor for the National League for Nursing, and she recently was elected to the NLN Strategic Planning Committee. Dr. Speakman was chosen to be Johnson and Johnson Faculty Mentor, Jonas Foundation faculty mentor, and received the Dean’s Achievement Award for excellence in teaching, research, and service, and has been recognized by the Cherry Hill Township for distinguish community service. In 2014, Dr. Speakman was elected as a Distinguished Practitioner and Fellow in the National Academies of Practice, received the Louise McManus Medal for distinguished services to Nursing, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Columbia University. Dr. Speakman received a BS in Nursing from Wagner College, New York in 1980, her Master’s Degree and Doctorate in Education from Columbia University in 1985 and 2000, respectively, and a Certificate in Healthcare Education from the Harvard-Macy Institute at Harvard University.