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A Qualitative Study of Medical Students’ Perspectives on a Clinically-Based Interprofessional Shadowing Course

This study investigates the perceptions, experiences, and reflections of medical students who took a course that had them shadow six different health-care professionals for a week. The report outlines themes that emerged from the analysis and presents findings that indicate the course’s effectiveness as an interprofessional learning method.

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Author(s)/Organization(s)
Hsieh and Lo
Tags
medical students, interprofessional learning, hierarchy, shadowing, perceptions, empathy
Audience
Health-care educator/Trainer
Theme
Organizational and team culture, Psychological protection
Cost
Free
Format
Article (Peer reviewed)
Sector
Specific to healthcare
Setting
Learning environment
Identity
Not explicitly
Language
English

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