Aberdeen Interprofessional Education Research


"Robert Gordon University has been at the forefront of IPE developments in Scotland and throughout the United Kingdom for more than a decade, enjoying strong institutional endorsement from the top and working in close collaboration with the neighbouring University of Aberdeen to bring students and teachers together from medicine, health sciences, social care and other professions. [..]"

Prof Hugh Barr,
CAIPE President,
University of Westminster, UK

8th June 2012

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The site provides information about the ongoing Health and Social Care interprofessional research projects across the two universities in Aberdeen



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Interprofessional Education (IPE) occurs when professions learn from each other to improve collaboration and the quality of care (CAIPE 2002)

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Main contact: Dr Sundari Joseph,
IPE Advisor/ IPE Research Lead & CAIPE board member
Email: s.joseph@rgu.ac.uk or s.joseph@abdn.ac.uk

Faculty of Health and Social Care,
Robert Gordon University,
Garthdee Road,
AB10 7QG.
Tel: +44(0)1224 262975

Division of Medical and Dental Education,
School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Aberdeen,
Medical School Building,
AB25 2ZD.

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