ERIC Number: ED288068
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Reference Count: 0
Interdisciplinary Health Team Care: Proceedings of the Annual Conference (8th, Columbus, Ohio, September 18-20, 1986).
Brunner, Marjorie L., Ed.; Casto, R. Michael, Ed.
The following are among the 40 papers included in this proceedings: "Code of Ethics for Interdisciplinary Care" (Thomasma); "Training Model for Increasing Team Excellence and Efficiency" (Clayton, Lund); "Organizational Structures of Health Care Teams" (Farrell, Schmitt, Heinemann); "Nutrition Support Practice" (Johnson); "Dividing up the Work on Health Teams: The Role of Administration and Management" (Baldwin, Rowley); "Interdisciplinary Health Team and Organizational Development Literature: An Analysis of Approaches to Conflict Recognition, Resolution, and Management" (Drinka); "Application of Donabedian's Patient Care Evaluation Categories to a V.A. Hospital-Based Home Care Team" (Paterson, Turner); "Group Work with Parents of Learning Disabled Children" (Indelicato);"Interdisciplinary Research with Down Syndrome Children" (Edwards); "Reaching Out to the Elderly Substance Abuser: An Interdisciplinary Model Involving Education, Early Intervention, Treatment, and Referral" (DiMatteo); "Collaborative Care of the Older Adult: Role of the Preceptor in Interdisciplinary Team Training" (Mahairas et al.); "Evaluating the Effectiveness of Geriatric Health Care Teams" (Heinemann, Tsukuda); "Interprofessional Relationships in Geriatrics: Ethical and Legal Considerations" (Kapp); "Influence of Formal Preparation for Interdisciplinary Teamwork on Team Knowledge Levels" (Monroe-Clay); "Interprofessional Education for Team Practice" (Billups, Julia); "A Conceptual Framework for Planning Interprofessional Education" (Grant, Casto); "A Teaching Model for an Interdisciplinary Health Care Team Course" (Ivey et al.); "A Course on Third World and Health for Allied Health Students" (Vittetoe); "Team Education: What Is Needed?" (Stube); "Interdisciplinary-Primary Health Education Is Alive and Well in the Bronx" (Rosenberg); "Nutrition/Feeding Clinic: Integrating the Professional Student" (King et al.); "The Interdisciplinary Adult Neurogenic Clinic" (Madsen et al.); "Interdisciplinary Development of a Curriculum in Behavioral Pediatrics" (Coury et al.); "Community Hospital Staff and University Faculty Development of an Interdisciplinary Education Experience for Students in Gerontology/Geriatrics" (Blackford et al.); "A Service/Learning Model for Interdisciplinary Teamwork in Health and Aging" (Clark, Spence, Sheehan); "A Meta-Analysis of Interprofessional Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago" (Lipetz); "Attitude Changes among Students Engaged in Interprofessional Education" (Casto, Grant, Burgess-Ellison); "Interactive Style, Motivations, and Teaching Effectiveness of Field Placement Instructors in an Interdisciplinary Health Team Program" (Byrne); "An Interdisciplinary Curriculum for a Geriatric Education Institute" (Gardner, Ranta); "Multiclinic" (Gatlin et al.); "The Commission on Interprofessional Education and Practice at the Ohio State University" (Casto); and "Interprofessional Education in a Rehabilitation Setting" (Wongsam et al.). A cumulative index of interdisciplinary health team care conferences from 1976-1986 completes the document. (MN)
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Geriatrics, Health Services, Higher Education, Inservice Education, Integrated Activities, Integrated Curriculum, Interdisciplinary Approach, Postsecondary Education, Staff Development, Teamwork, Unified Studies Curriculum
School of Allied Medical Professions, Ohio State University, 1583 Perry Street, Columbus, OH 43210 ($17.50).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus. School of Allied Medical Professions.