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Application and Student Perceptions of the PEEER© Model for Effective Healthcare Team Communications

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Rosemarie L. Conigliaro ,

Montefiore Medical Center, 111 East 210 Street, NW651, Bronx, New York 10467, US
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MD
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Janice Kuperstein,

University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences, US
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PT, PhD, MSEd
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Darlene Welsh,

University of Kentucky College of Nursing, US
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PhD, RN
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Stacy Taylor,

University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, US
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PharmD, MHA, BCPS
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Donna R. Weber,

University of Kentucky College of Medicine, US
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PhD
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Mikael D. Jones

University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, US
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PharmD, BCPS
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Abstract

Few interprofessional education (IPE) models include patients and caregivers. To address this, we developed a novel model for teaching IP communication which included patients and caregivers as team members. We describe the model and our use of it in several health professions education curricula. We report preliminary data from learners regarding their experiences learning and utilizing the model as part of their IPE. Overall the model was positively viewed by students, although the perceived value of learning activities involving the model varied by discipline. Physical therapy, nursing and pharmacy students valued the IPE model most, whereas medical students valued it the least.
How to Cite: Conigliaro, R.L., Kuperstein, J., Welsh, D., Taylor, S., Weber, D.R. and Jones, M.D., 2015. Application and Student Perceptions of the PEEER© Model for Effective Healthcare Team Communications. Health, Interprofessional Practice and Education, 2(3), p.eP1079. DOI: http://doi.org/10.7772/2159-1253.1079
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Published on 01 Oct 2015.
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