Tuesday 14 October: PhD course Collaborative work in changing environments- interprofessional and interorganisational collaboration, DSV460_1 Credit (ECTS):5
Location: Kjell Arholms hus, KA AUD 053
09:00-09:15 Introduction Prof Elisabeth Willumsen and Prof Atle Ødegård
09:15-10:15 Plenary Prof emeritus Hugh Barr
Theme: Towards closer collaboration in education, practice and research
- Forces for and against collaborative practice
- Types of collaborative practice
- Ways forward and the role of IPE
10:30-11:30 Plenary Prof Martin Gjelsvik
Theme: Collaborating for innovation – the role of leadership
12:30-13:30 Plenary Prof Scott Reeves
Theme: Methodological quality – the status of interprofessional research
- Review the current evidence base for interprofessional education and collaboration
- Highlight empirical strengths and also identify methodological limitations
- Provide a series of methodological reflections on the interprofessional research field
13:45-14:30 Plenary continue Prof Scott Reeves
14:30-14:45 Essay writing and practicalities etc.
14:45-16:00 Master classes – two parallel groups rooms: KA U-50 and KA U-021
Keynote speakers will join the groups of PhD-students and share their own PhD experiences and research challenges. Other issues related to the two presentations may also be discussed.
Social programme at 18.30: Guided tour at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum followed by a Conference dinner for all participants at 19:45 at Bølgen & Moi (located in the Museum building)
Wednesday 15 October: PhD course continues
Location: Kjell Arholms hus, room: KA AUD 053
09:00-09:45 Plenary/workshop Dr. Sarah Hean
Theme: Theoretical quality and competence in Interprofessional and
In this workshop, we explore the importance of a rigorous theoretical framework to promote the effective development, implementation, evaluation and research of collaborative practice (IPC) and interprofessional education (IPE). By the end of the session, participants should be ready to seek out, articulate and apply relevant theories to their own personal narratives of collaboration as well as their developing research studies.
10:00-11:30 Plenary/workshop continue Dr. Sarah Hean
12:30-13:15 Plenary Prof John Carpenter
Theme: Grounding interagency collaboration in evidence
This presentation suggests three important reasons why agencies and professionals may collaborate in providing health and social services: to provide better quality care, especially for people with complex needs; greater organisational efficiency; and because of financial incentives.
13:30-14:15 Plenary continue Prof John Carpenter
Theme: Evaluating the outcomes of interprofessional education
This presentation will examine methodologies for evaluating the outcomes of
14:30-15:15 Round table discussion
15:15-16:00 Summary, practicalities, evaluation and closure
Thursday 16. October Room KA U-021
08:30-12:00 Work-in-progress(Tekstar i prosess).
13:00-16:00 Akademisk praksis: Course in Reseach Dissemination with Ann Kristin Molde, University of Bergen.