Interprofessional Education: Current State in Psychology Training

Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings (03/10/21) Lamparyk, Katherine; Williams, Amy M.; Robiner, William M.; et al.

A review of 37 studies of interprofessional education (IPE) activities in psychology training sought to characterize the current nature of these activities and their impact on trainees, as well as opportunities for and challenges of involving psychology trainees in IPE, and future research directions for research. The authors mined the MEDLINE, CINAHL, PsychINFO, and EMBASE databases for inter/multi-professional education/practice, inter/multidisciplinary education/practice, and psychology/psychologists. The review indicated relatively little inclusion in the literature of IPE in psychology training. This oversight is concerning, given the trend toward more team-based collaborative care. "Our findings are a call to action for greater psychology involvement in IPE," the authors concluded.

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