Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC) e-learning course
Published: 2009 | Free to use | Learning Management System compatible
Explore the nature of interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration and in improving collaborative practice.
This course will help you to develop and review your understanding of:
- what is meant by ‘interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration’ (IPIAC)
- why IPIAC has grown in importance
- the kinds of evidence that informs IPIAC
- key policy and legislation and their timeline
This e-learning course has not been updated since October 2009. It remains available under SCIE’s commitment to share knowledge and information but please be alert to changes in policy or practice since publication.
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Module 1: An introduction to interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration Open
Module 2: Professional identity and collaboration Open
Module 3: Building relationships, establishing trust and negotiating with other workers Open
Module 4: Working together to assess needs, strengths and risks Open
Module 5: A model of practice and collaboration Open
Module 6: Working collaboratively in different types of teams Open
Module 7: The practitioner, the agency and inter-agency collaboration Open
Module 8: Key policy and legislation with implications for interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration Open
Who they are suitable for Open
These resources are suitable for students studying for the social work degree and post-qualifying awards, educators, and practitioners in social work and social care. The resources may also be useful to practitioners and students from other disciplines and may interest people who use social care services and carers who are not directly involved as educators.
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Please note these courses are provided free of charge on an ‘as seen’ basis. Although SCIE’s courses have been used over many years with almost no reported problems, SCIE cannot provide technical support for their implementation or to investigate or fix any reported technical problems, nor does it warrant that they are fully compliant with all or any technical platform.
Any known issue with an individual course is noted on the opening page of that course.
This course was developed using a technology called Adobe Flash, which is not compatible with any Apple/Android platform, and may not work on any mobile device.
Learning Management System compatibleOpen
This course is fully SCORM compliant. That means they can be loaded into a Learning Management System (LMS) or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), such as WebCT, Blackboard or Moodle, and accessed locally.
Please note that this course was not designed to export any scores or track progress throughout the resource. Therefore, this course can be freely accessed by users, but there will be no tracking or grading functionality.
To obtain the SCORM-compliant version of this course, please contact us.