Submitted Abstracts

Examples of abstracts submitted so far for presentation at the conference (10th of Sept):

Oral Presentations – parallel sessions.

IPE on the subject of pregraduates:


  • Interprofessional clinical training in an outpatient clinic – a pilot project.
  • Pregraduate Teamtraining and Simulation: A volunteer project between nurse- and medicine students.
  • Inter-professinal Eucational Groups as strategy for increasing patient centered focus.
  • Implementing Interprofessional Learning and Collaboration at Kolding Hospital.
  • Learning HOW TO LEARN – student reported learning outcome after a period in an Obstetric Training Unit.
  • InBetween. A patient-centered, interprofessional and cross-sectorial study-pathway in under- and postgraduate health educations.

  • Shadowing practice.
  • Students’ construction of interprofessional collaboration.

  • Simulation in health care education; Debriefing structure as enabler or constraint for interprofessional learning?
  • Supervisors experience and perceptions implementing a pedagogical model in the supervision of undergraduate students at an interprofessional clinical education ward.
  • Interprofessional education in an ordinary health care environment: an ethnographic study.

  • IPE export to Africa.

  • Building interprofessional health education: theoretical underpinnings for IPE curriculum design and practical outlines of the AMSTERDAM IPE curriculum.
  • Stepping stones in IPE: a first interinstitutional pilot on interprofessional education for health curricula.

IPL/IPLC on the subject of postgraduates:

  • Supporting vulnerable families in the health system. Denmark
  • Interprofessional Collaboration in Palliative Care. Denmark
  • Health care professionals’ readiness for an interprofessional orthogeriatric unit. Denmark
  • Establishing a common culture with IPE/IPC across two hospital departments. Denmark
  • Interprofessional collaborative practice in autism case. Turkey

Panel or Round Table discussions:

  • Creating a curriculum for interprofessional learning; strategic development of undergraduate programs in medicine and health. Sweden
  • Owners of the following abstract titles will participate in a panel discussion about managing IPLC/IPC. Denmark
    • How to chance to IPL/IPC culture?
    • The implementation of IPLC constitutes a significant challenge for clinical leaders.
    • How to Change a Multidisciplinary Culture into an Interprofessionel Culture and what it requires of Leadership Commitment?
  • An interprofessional international Master’s programme in Medical Education – participants´ learning experiences of studying together. Sweden
  • Interprofessional education – ideals and reality. Norway
  • A user-role in online interprofessional learning.


  • A Danish Interprofessional Competency Framework.
  • The “IP – COMPASS”. A tool for assessment of the readiness for interprofessional Learning and Collaboration in clinical settings. Denmark
  • Experiences from online IPE – (TPS-prosjektet). Norway


  • IPLC used in clinical praxis.
  • Relational Coordination in a Danish Hospital Context
  • Health professionals’ attitudes towards Interprofessional Learning and Collaboration.
  • A group dialogue model as interprofessionel learning space for occupational therapy and physiotherapy students.
  • The Patients voice in Interprofessional Learning and Collaboration
  • The perspective of teachers about the interprofessional collaborative practice in special education and rehabilitation center.
  • A Danish program for Interprofessional learning, collaboration and education
  • Promoting patient safety in obstetric interprofessional simulation team-training
  • Campus – Interprofessional learning health center
  • InBetween. A patient-centered, interprofessional and cross-sectorial study-pathway in under- and postgraduate health educations.
  • Interprofessional learning environment among physiotherapy and nursing students.
  • Interdisciplinary study groups in City of Aarhus.