CAIPE twitter chat on service user and carer involvement in IPE

The Centre for Advancement of Interprofessional Education has scheduled a twitter chat on 24th August from 7-8pm (UK time).

The following questions will be posted during the twitter chat hour.

1.      What are your experiences of learning from patients, service users and carers in IPE?  What did you learn from them?
2.      How much power should service users have in IPE?
3.      What role, if any, do service users have to play in IPE post qualification?
4.      If you were designing IPE from scratch how would you involve service users?

See HERE for further details and a pre-chat blog.

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Comment by Jill Anderson on August 24, 2017 at 19:22

Some related articles: 

Barnes D, Carpenter J, Dickinson C. (2006). The outcomes of partnerships with mental health service users in interprofessional education: A case study. Health and Social Care in the Community 14(5):426–435

Cooper, H., & Spencer-Dawe, E. (2006). Involving service users in interprofessional education narrowing the gap between theory and practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 20(6), 603-617.

Doucet, S., Lauckner, H., & Wells, S. (2013). Patients’ messages as educators in an interprofessional health education program. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education3(1).

Howe, A. (2006). Can the patient be on our team? An operational approach to patient involvement in interprofessional approaches to safe care. Journal of interprofessional care20(5), 527-534.

Kilminster, S. & Fielden, S. (2009) Working with the patient voice: developing teaching resources for
interprofessional education, The Clinical Teacher, 6, 265-268. Available online:

Langer, T., Martinez, W., Browning, D. M., Varrin, P., Lee, B. S., & Bell, S. K. (2016). Patients and families as teachers: a mixed methods assessment of a collaborative learning model for medical error disclosure and prevention. BMJ Qual Saf, bmjqs-2015.

Oswald, A., Czupryn, J., Wiseman, J., & Snell, L. (2014). Patient‐centred education: what do students think?. Medical education48(2), 170-180.

Rutherford, G E. (2011) "Peeling the layers: a grounded theory of interprofessional co-learning with residents of a homeless shelter." Journal of interprofessional care 25(5), 352-358.

Solomon, P. (2011). Student perspectives on patient educators as facilitators of interprofessional education. Medical teacher33(10), 851-853.

Terry, J., Raithby, M., Cutter, J. and Murphy, F., (2015). A menu for learning: a World Café approach for user involvement and inter-professional learning on mental health. Social Work Education, 34(4), pp.437-458.

Towle, A., Bainbridge, L., Godolphin, W., Katz, A., Kline, C., Lown, B., Madularu, I., Solomon, P. and Thistlethwaite, J.,(2010). Active patient involvement in the education of health professionals. Medical education44(1), pp.64-74.

Comment by Jill Anderson on August 25, 2017 at 12:31

See HERE for transcript of the twitter chat.

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