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  1. Introduction - Week 2 9 items
    These resources provide some background perspectives on team working and interprofessional working/learning.
    1. What is teamworking and why does it matter? - Jelphs, K. and Dickinson, H.

      Chapter  Module: O1134 (Scanned Extract)

    2. Individuals in groups - Huczynski, A. and Buchanan, D.

      Chapter  Module: O1134 (Scanned Extract)

    3. Taking the long view: Exploring the development of interprofessional education - Jan Fook, Lynda D'Avray, Caroline Norrie, Maria Psoinos 07/2013

      Article 

    4. Amy Edmondson: How to turn a group of strangers into a team | TED Talk

      Webpage  Linking to Amy Edmondson's book. Teams and teaming - different and related.

    5. Teaming: how organizations learn, innovate, and compete in the knowledge economy - Amy C. Edmondson, Edgar H. Schein 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book  This is an important evolving area - teaming. The process of working together with individuals that are not established and stable in their working contexts.

  2. Reflection - Week 3 21 items
    1. Critical reflection in practice: generating knowledge for care - Gary Rolfe, Melanie Jasper, Dawn Freshwater 2011

      Book 

    2. Reflective practice: writing and professional development - Gillie Bolton 2014

      Book 

    3. Beginning reflective practice - Melanie Jasper 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    4. Beginning reflective practice - Melanie Jasper 2013

      Book 

    5. Becoming a reflective practitioner - Christopher Johns, Sally Burnie 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    6. Critical reflection in health and social care - Susan White, Jan Fook, Fiona Gardner 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    7. Critical reflection for nursing and the helping professions: a user's guide - Gary Rolfe, Dawn Freshwater, Melanie Jasper 2001

      Book 

    8. Professional development, reflection and decision-making in nursing and health care - Melanie Jasper, Megan Rosser, Gail P. Mooney, Melanie Jasper 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  3. Roles & individual involvement - Week 4 6 items
    1. Leadership in health practice - M. Simpson, N. Patton

      Chapter 

    2. Team roles at work - R. M. Belbin 2010

      Book 

    3. Group dynamics for teams - Daniel Levi 2017

      Book 

    4. Margaret Heffernan: Why it's time to forget the pecking order at work 16/6/2015

      Audio-visual document  When reviewing TED videos, it is important to keep an open mind - to pay attention to the message of the speaker, and to reflect on whether or not their claims, perspectives or arguments resonate with your experiences or practices. These resources are to catalyse thinking and discussion, rather than an endorsement of fact or truth. This is one perspective of team working that constructs effectiveness based upon research on 'super chickens.'

  4. Communication - Week 5 9 items
    1. Being assertive in teams and workplaces - F. Trede, M. Smith

      Chapter 

    2. Difficult conversations: how to discuss what matters most - Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton, Sheila Heen 2011

      Book 

    3. Communication skills: stepladders to success for the professional - Richard Ellis 2009

      Book 

    4. Assertiveness - Flying Start NHS 2017

      Webpage 

    5. Communicating in the health sciences - Joy Higgs, Rola Ajjawi, Lindy McAllister, Franziska Trede 2012

      Book  Chapters 27-29 may be of interest

    6. How I turn negative online comments into positive offline conversations | Dylan Marron 18/5/2018

      Audio-visual document  This TED talk brings some interesting perspectives on attempting to create dialogue in conflictual situations.

  5. Conflict & collaboration - Week 5 9 items
    1. Handling conflict - Thompson, N.

      Chapter  Module: O1134 (Scanned Extract)

    2. Handling conflict - Thompson, N.

      Chapter  Module: O1134 (Scanned Extract)

    3. The case for interprofessional collaboration in health and social care - Geoff Meads, John Ashcroft, Hugh Barr, Rosalind Scott 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  6. Feedback - Week 6 3 items
    Providing and receiving feedback is a professional (and personal) reality for any type of interpersonal working.
    1. Thanks for the feedback: the science and art of receiving feedback well (even when it is off base, unfair, poorly delivered, and, frankly, you're not in the mood) - Douglas Stone, Sheila Heen 2015

      Book Recommended This is a great read on feedback - not specifically around health/social care nor solely in relation to inter-professional working. Its attention to both provision of feedback and how to receive feedback is useful.

    2. Beyond “great job”: Feedback among students on interprofessional teams - Jennifer Mandal, Korana Avdagic, Maria Wamsley, Tina Brock 12/2016

      Article 

  7. Effective and professional team working - Week 7 16 items
    1. Effective teamwork: practical lessons from organizational research - Michael A. West 2012

      Book 

    2. Preparing for professional practice in health and social care - Anita Atwal, M. Jones 2009

      Book Recommended This resource is a bit older but still may have some valuable professionals focused on health and social care working.

    3. Interprofessional Education Guidelines - H. Barr, J. Ford, R. Gray, M. Helme 2017

      Webpage 

    4. The impact and effectiveness of inter-professional education in primary care - Royal College of Nursing 2007

      Webpage  This is an older reference so might be useful for more of an historical perspective.

    5. Illusions of team working in health care - West, Michael ALyubovnikova, Joanne 2013

      Article 

    6. Preparing for Professional Practice in Health and Social Care - Anita Atwal, Mandy Jones, Ebooks Corporation 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  8. Learning & Education 13 items
    The material here may be good supplemental perspectives to the overall vision and context for interprofessional working / interprofessional education / interprofessional learning.
    1. Interprofessional education and training - John Carpenter, Helen Dickinson 2016

      Book 

    2. Experience and education - John Dewey 1997

      Book 

    3. Teaching for quality learning at university: what the student does - John B. Biggs, Catherine So-kum Tang, Society for Research into Higher Education 2011

      Book 

    4. Examining the influence of professional identity formation on the attitudes of students towards interprofessional collaboration - Cynthia L. Stull, Christine M. Blue 02/01/2016

      Article  This article might also be relevant for further IPE modules where professional differentiation is focus.

    5. Teamwork in Healthcare 4/3/2007

      Audio-visual document  This is a film of health care students from Canada reflecting on their IPE experiences.

  9. Ethics 1 item
    This is not a central focus of IPE1, however there may be some resources of interest that you wish to consult over the course of your first year studies.
    1. Principles of biomedical ethics - Tom L. Beauchamp, James F. Childress c2013

      Book 

  10. Teaming: how organizations learn, innovate, and compete in the knowledge economy - Amy C. Edmondson, Edgar H. Schein 2012 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended This is an important evolving area - teaming. The process of working together with individuals that are not established and stable in their working contexts. There is a related TED talk. Skim for topics of interest.