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Hean, Sarah (2015)
Publisher: CIHC
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
In this chapter we revisit the importance of theory in the development of interprofessional client-centred education and practice (IPCEP). We focus specifically on the theoretical underpinnings and development of a workshop model aimed at moving practitioners from atheoretical to theoretical collaborative practice.
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