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Interprofessional education in home-care: Collaboration of medical and rehabilitation students

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  • Abe Keiko
    Nagoya University Clinical Training and Career Development, Nursing Career Support Office Department of Education for Community-Oriented Medicine, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
  • Yasui Hiroki
    Department of Education for Community-Oriented Medicine, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
  • Uchiyama Yasushi
    Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
  • Suematsu Mina
    Department of Education for Community-Oriented Medicine, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
  • Uemura Kazumasa
    Nagoya University Clinical Training and Career Development

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  • 在宅ケアにおける多職種連携教育 : 医学生と理学療法学大学院生の恊働
  • 在宅ケアにおける多職種連携教育 : 医学生と理学療法学大学院生の協働
  • ザイタク ケア ニ オケル タショクシュ レンケイ キョウイク : イガクセイ ト リガク リョウホウガク ダイガクインセイ ノ キョウドウ

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Abstract

In the coming ″Super-aging society″ , collaboration between medical professionals and health workers in home-care will be critical. Thus, undergraduate interprofessional education is important for the improvement of a collaborative attitude. We ran a 2-day IPE program for a medical and a rehabilitation student focused on collaboration for patients who have chronic diseases and problems in Activities of Daily Life (ADL) . As a result, one showed marked improvement in ADL while the other did not. Students learned not only roles and perceptions of other professionals but also a sense of worth and an appreciation of the difficulty of patient-centered home-care.

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