The 6 Tools Are For The Assessment Of Individual Learners And Teams.

While you may wish to use aggregated results for purposes of continuous quality improvement and program evaluation,

We focused on the use of these tools for the formative or summative assessment of student knowledge, attitudes, and skills for IP collaborative practice.

  1. IP Knowledge Question Bank for use in formal testing, pre-post testing, or student self-assessment
  2. Video Analysis Assessment Tool with collaborative practice scenarios using Zaption©, a free-access software tool
  3. Teamwork Observation Tool designed to allow instructional leaders such as coaches and mentors to assess workplace collaborative practices of individual students or teams through observations in clinical IPE settings using eWalk©, a low-cost software tool with built in reporting mechanisms
  4. IP Implicit Association Test of unconscious biases associated with nursing and physician roles through collaboration with the Harvard University Project Implicit (http://www.projectimplicit.net/infrastructure.html)
  5. IP Objective Structured Clinical Examination (IP-OSCE) with two interprofessional practice cases.
  6. IP Multi-Source (360o) Feedback Tool for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (attending physicians, nurses, residents, student peers) for assessing IP collaborative practice competencies in both the classroom and clinical settings, delivered via REDcap, a free, web-based electronic data capture tool designed to support clinical and research studies
We hope that you will find these tools helpful. They are free except where there are costs associated with software licensing. Thank you for your interest in our research efforts!