Do interprofessional education programs produce dissension that destroys them?

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Abstract

The article discusses research being done one medical education. It references the studies "Interprofessional Workshop to Improve Mutual Understanding Between Pharmacy and Medical Students," and "Critical Thinking and Reflection Exercises in a Biochemistry Course to Improve Prospective Health Professions Students' Attitudes Toward Physician-Pharmacists Collaboration," by L. J. Van Winkle et al. in the 2012 issue of the "American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education."

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Van Winkle, L. J. (2015). Do interprofessional education programs produce dissension that destroys them? Frontiers in Pharmacology. Frontiers Research Foundation. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphar.2015.00016

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