Welcome To InterprofessionalResearch.Global (IPR.Global)!  Please be advised that the website is still under construction.

The InterprofessionalResearch.Global and the Interprofessional.Global have released “Guidance on Global Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice Research: Discussion Paper” in three languages: EnglishPortuguese and Spanish.

This Discussion Paper was developed by number of world-renowned IPECP experts over the last year to stimulate further discussion on global IPECP research. The Discussion Paper offers perspectives to inform discussions around the global research agenda for IPECP by identifying research priorities and providing guidance on theoretical frameworks, research methodologies, and composition of research teams. A proposed lexicon for the interprofessional field is also provided as an appendix. The lexicon serves as a working document towards developing consensus on terminology related to interprofessional education, learning, practice, and care. 

Please choose the language in which you wish to read and/or download the Discussion Paper and its Appendix interprofessional lexicon.  

Hossein Khalili
Co-Founding Lead: InterprofessionalResearch.Global
Johanna Dahlberg

Facilitator Interprofessional.Global

 

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IPR.Global

InterprofessionalResearch.Global (IPR.Global), a special interest group of the Interprofessional.Global, serves as the Global Network for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP) research. IPR.Global promotes and advocates for evidence-informed policies and practices through fostering and facilitating theory-driven, methodologically rigorous IPECP research.

Who are we?

IPR.Global incorporates a unique core team of world-renowned and emerging scholars, leaders, service providers, decision-makers, administrators, service-users, and students in research collaborations from diverse geographical areas, disciplines, and institutions with diverse, but strong, expertise in research capacity building (RCB), knowledge translation (KT), CoP, IPECP, international collaboration and information technology.

our team

IPR.Global has members from more than 15 countries! Click here to see a map of where we’re from!

Want To Be A Member?

IPR.Global is partnering with more than 10 global & regional IPECP networks! 

Wish To Partner?

IPR.Global has number of sponsors, and continue seeking Sponsorship!

Willing To Sponsor? 

The origins of IPR.Global lie in the work of the Global Research Interprofessional Network (GRIN), and In-2-Theory, two international IPECP networks. two international IPECP networks. READ MORE…

On the Horizon

IPR.Global Has Launched its Best IPECP Research Awards at CAB VII in Indiana!

IPR.Global in collaboration with Interprofessional.Global has just released the ‘IPECP Research Discussion Paper‘ with the ‘Proposed Interprofessional Lexicon‘ as an appendix!