By Hitoshi Sohma, Izumi Sawada, Miki Konno (auth.), Hideomi Watanabe M.D., Ph.D., Misako Koizumi Ph.D. (eds.)
Interprofessional schooling (IPE) is changing into a famous self-discipline between wellbeing and fitness care execs and scientific education associations around the globe. Its importance is principally felt in Japan, the place little has been written at the topic even though the necessity is excellent. fresh tasks between numerous associations have helped to create the Japan Interprofessional operating and schooling community (JIPWEN), comprising ten universities. via session and cooperation with the realm healthiness association, different overseas networks, and native wellbeing and fitness coverage planners, JIPWEN specializes in severe concerns and appropriate types to help associations drawn to constructing IPE courses. With contributions from the 10 JIPWEN member universities, this ebook explains intimately the various contents of present IPE courses and offers doable types for the expanding variety of associations aiming to increase their very own IPE courses. The chapters that make up the e-book depict the member associations' backgrounds, ambitions, tools, modules, scholar compositions, facilitation platforms, and curricula, offering a useful description of IPE projects at present lower than method in Japan.
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2. 1 Essentials for Medical Professionals Course: Interprofessional Work Units (Table 2). In the interprofessional work units, students develop interprofessional competence through practical training. Students are able to experience other (10 or more) medical professions and learn about their expertise and viewpoints—experiences not afforded by lectures. Students come to understand the role of physicians in interprofessional care by reviewing their work from the standpoint of other health professionals.
Examples of these areas are care for patients with chronic diseases, terminal care, rehabilitation, measures against child abuse, measures to prevent patients from being permanently bed-ridden, and dementia care. Saitama Prefectural University aims to turn its students into high-quality health and social care professionals who understand the need for working in cooperation Community-Based Interprofessional Education at Saitama Prefectural University 41 with professionals in other disciplines and are competent when working with them.
Further efforts should be made to promote and implement interprofessional education in this area. Interprofessional Education at Niigata University of Health and Welfare 21 References 1. Takahashi HE (2001) Establishment of Niigata University of Health and Welfare. Niigata J Health Welfare 1:2–5 2. Takahashi HE (2006) The practice of interprofessional education and its prospect at Niigata University of Health and Welfare Niigata J Health Welfare 6:112–116 3. Makita M, Murayama N, Nishihara Y, et al (2006) Trial of a new collaborative education system: summary of a two-year trial of comprehensive seminars.
Advanced Initiatives in Interprofessional Education in Japan: Japan Interprofessional Working and Education Network by Hitoshi Sohma, Izumi Sawada, Miki Konno (auth.), Hideomi Watanabe M.D., Ph.D., Misako Koizumi Ph.D. (eds.)