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How to Use Improv to Help Interprofessional Students Respond to Status and Hierarchy in Clinical Practice

This article describes how improv exercises can help participants recognize their responses to status and how this awareness can improve their interactions in real encounters with patients, colleagues, and others in health-care contexts.

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Author(s)/Organization(s)
Chou et al.
Tags
hierarchy, status, power, interprofessional education, mutual respect, trust, medical improv
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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