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Using an Interprofessional Lens with Assignment 2: Interprofessional Practice Project Before applying an interprofessional lens to the processes implicit in the Interprofessional Practice Project a definition of some of the terminology used within this discipline is provided. An interprofessional approach is becoming increasingly important in an ever more complicated and interconnected world. In the quest for fully inclusive schools interprofessional learning is a key factor, acknowledging that
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  U sing an Interprofessional Lens withAssignment 2: Interprofessional Practice Project Before applying an interprofessional lens to the processes implicit in the InterprofessionalPractice Project a definition of some of the terminology used within this discipline is provided.An interprofessional approach is becoming increasingly important in an ever more complicatedand interconnected world. In the quest for fully inclusive schools interprofessional learning is akey factor, acknowledging that no one person can have all the expertise or knowledge requiredfor a given situation. (Dettmer, Thurston & Dyck, 2005) Interprofessional Education (IPE) 2 or more professionals or experts learning with, from and about each other so increasing theirunderstanding of each other’s roles. Developing a shared understanding helps professionals towork more constructively and with more effective results. Interprofessional Practice (IPP) 2 or more professionals or experts working together towards a common goal and sharedunderstanding. It is widely documented that a team of professionals working together will makemore accurate and informed decisions than one person in isolation. IPP breaks down thebarriers between professionals and experts (family and whanau) creating a culture that valuesthe opinions, skills, knowledge and contribution of every member of the team. This approachresults in an increase in the knowledge available to apply to a given situation, sharing of resources and an increase in motivation. Interprofessional Learning (IPL) Involves 2 or more professionals and experts learning through shared interactions. IPL is theumbrella under which IPP and IEP are interlinked. This is illustrated in the model developed byMentis, Kearney, and Bevan-Brown (2012).  The key components of IPL are: ã Values and Ethics ã Roles and Responsibilities ã Communication ã Teamwork ã CultureIPL requires collaboration and consultation through partnerships and teamwork andencompasses the idea or ‘ learning, with, from and about each other’  , a central theme of theSpecialist Teaching Program and one made explicit in Core Paper assignment 2:Interprofessional Practice Project. “Assignment two  focuses on professional and interprofessional practice. Thegoal is for you to learn WITH, FROM and ABOUT the different specialist areas /professions in this qualification.” (Specialist Teaching Core Handbook, 2013, p.26) http://www.aippen.net/what-is-ipe-ipl-ipp#ipeThe next section in this article examines various models of collaboration in special educationand applies these to the Interprofessional Practice Project from an ASD endorsementperspective.  Dettmer, Thurston & Dyck (2005), describe a structure for collaborative school consultation. Thishas six components: SPAREM ModelInterprofessional Practice ProjectS System: individuals workingtowards a common goalIndividual ASD endorsement studentASD expertASD endorsement peersInterprofessional Specialist Teaching peers P Perspective: viewpointPurchase Perspective: where the consumer (student) approaches theconsultant (ASD expert, other ASD students) for information. A Approach: formal or informalpathways towards a goal There was a clear framework for this assignment supporting a formalapproach: “Format for the assignment: There are three parts to this assignment: Part 1. Professional Practice Project Inquiry:Planning for the interview InterviewingSharing findings with peersPart 2. Designing your professional practice presentation.Part 3. Professional Practice Project Presentation.”  (Specialist Teaching Core Handbook, 2013, p.27)) R pRototype: pattern orblueprintThe approach used in this project is behavioural, with a clearlyoutlined problem and specific goal.  E modE: methodFace-to-face and online communication, working individually andfeeding back into collaborative groups M Model: example or templateBasic Triadic consultation ( Tharp, 1975, as cited in Dettmer et al.,2005)Collaborative Consultation Model (Tharp and Wetzel, 1969 and Tharp1975, as cited in Dettmer et al., 2005)These models are represented visually below. Basic Triadic Consultation Information flows from the consultant to the target though the consultee of mediator. Theseroles are interchangeable. In part 1 ASD student act as the consultee when interviewing theexpert and as the consultant when feeding interview responses back to peers. This modelfacilitates a time efficient, direct sharing of information.A possible draw back to this approach is the consultant not having the necessary information inhand. This was prompted in part 1 of the Interprofessional Practice Project by sending outquestions to the ASD expert prior to the face-to-face interview.
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