How Prepared Are We for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice? Most audiologists and speech-language pathologists lack formal education and training on interprofessional collaborative practice (IPP), according to recent survey results. At a Glance
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At a Glance  |   November 01, 2016
How Prepared Are We for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice?
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At a Glance   |   November 01, 2016
How Prepared Are We for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice?
The ASHA Leader, November 2016, Vol. 21, 26. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.21112016.26
The ASHA Leader, November 2016, Vol. 21, 26. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.21112016.26
Overall, only 29 percent of audiologists and SLPs who report engaging in IPP in their work settings have had formal education or training on IPP (academic or clinical coursework or professional development specifically on IPP). To help bridge the education and training gap, ASHA offers resources to help clinicians better understand IPP and participate on or lead IPP teams.
For more information about the survey, contact Loretta Nunez, ASHA director of academic affairs and research education, lnunez@asha.org.

Percentage of audiologists and SLPs who report having formal education or training on IPP

Percentage of audiologists and SLPs who report having formal education or training on IPP

Percentage of audiologists and SLPs who report having formal education or training on IPP

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Percentage of audiologists and SLPs who report having formal education or training on IPP

Percentage of audiologists and SLPs who report having formal education or training on IPP

Percentage of audiologists and SLPs who report having formal education or training on IPP

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