Medical student reflections on interprofessional education
Mohamad Zeina, Annabel Elizabeth Jones, Roxanna Colebatch
GKT School of Medical Education, King’s College London, London, UK
We thank Safabakhsh et al1 for their thought-provoking article on interprofessional education (IPE), a topic that we do not believe receives enough attention in medical literature. As medical students who have recently undertaken an IPE module at King’s College London, we believe we are well placed to comment on this paper and how it relates to our experiences at medical school. We wholeheartedly agree with Safabakhsh et al’s1 idea that good IPE is essential for patient care and that a clear framework, such as that set out in the paper, can help achieve this.
View the original paper by Safabakhsh and colleagues.
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