Interprofessional learning and practice can make a difference

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Journal Article
Citation:
Medical Journal of Australia, 2011, 194 (7), pp. 364 - 365
Issue Date:
2011-04-04
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• Interprofessional learning and practice can be positively selfreinforcing and can promote improved care. • Australia is showing leadership in the field of interprofessional collaboration. • Changing attitudes to interprofessional collaboration is a key to improving health care. Implementing interprofessional collaboration requires a multifaceted approach, and research to underpin it.
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