The AHU Faculty Scholarship Collection presents the publications authored by AHU Faculty. The collection includes publications from across faculty members' careers, including both works written during their time and AHU and works written before they joined the university.
Browsing AHU Faculty Scholarship by Author "Arvin, Mary K."
Arvin, Mary K.; George-Paschal, Lorrie A.; Pitonyak, Jennifer S.; Dunbar-Smalley, Sandra
Interprofessional education (IPE) is an integral part of occupational therapy education as programs across the United States incorporate IPE into existing courses and develop new, innovative curricula. The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Commission on Education (COE) proposed in its 2015 position paper on IPE in occupational therapy curricula, that IPE is imperative for effective and ethical practice in today’s healthcare environment. Through participation in a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning program focusing on IPE, the authors examined broad constructs and practical implementation of IPE in occupational therapy education. As occupational therapy educators explore opportunities to collaborate with a diverse range of professions, this article provides information about key conceptual frameworks, approaches for faculty training and development, and methods for evaluating IPE outcomes.