D Hartati, N Kurniati, Mufdlillah


A variety of approaches to prepare students and practitioners for interprofessional collaboration has been investigated include simulation and practice-based learning, small and large group activities, synchronous and asynchronous web-based discussion, and discussion of patient cases that focus.Disparity in quality between education and dipelayan, hence improving the health need of redesigning the health system is a key element to deliver health services and the way in which health professionals are ready to enter practice. With the way the concept of collaboration including shared responsibility, shared decision making, values together, joint planning, intervention, and a variety of professional perspectives. Then the health workforce has participated in interprofessional education (IPE), Objective: to summarize and examine the literature (literature examine) the effectiveness of the model in interprofessional education (IPE). Methods: Identification of obstetric problems, prioritize problems and research questions, define the framework, Literature searching, Election articles, Critical Appraisal, data extraction, mapping. Systematic Literature Review used the PubMed, One Search, Direct Scien databases with a period of 2008-2018 Findings: Of the 17 journals were found, thematic analysis was conducted to identify the main points. We classify the main points is a model in education and effective interprofessional education models. Conclusion: AThere are certain models of the IPE that can significantly improve the performance of collaborative interprofessional participants. And the provision of additional studies for inclusion IPE early, simulations and workshops in health professional education in general can encourage better communication and collaboration between students and health professionals. Therefore it is important to have an attitude and perception of interprofessional education (IPE). Effectiveness in interprofessional educatin (IPE) interprofessional education led to an increase in attitudes towards interprofessional team and interprofessional learning, and the ability of the interprofessional team, and the confidence, knowledge, and ability to manage people with long term conditions. Showed that administration of proven interventions directly and effectively and contribute to the development of health professionals who are ready to collaborate with others to improve services to patients.

Keywords : effectiveness, interprofessional, education

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