Leadership in Interprofessional Community Service Learning: Ethics Module
Date of Review: February, 2019
This team-based learning resource, from MedEdPORTAL, was designed for interprofessional learners to promote ethical inquiry in a service learning setting. This module includes assigned readings, didactic lectures, a team-based learning cases, and guided discussion questions with the goal of supporting ethical decision-making and interprofessional collaboration. Cases explore social determinants of health and ethical approaches to community service learning. Though evaluation data are not presented in this article, at the time of publication the authors planned to conduct a longitudinal program evaluation to evaluate the impact among medical, dental, pharmacy, and nursing students. This resource meets IPE accreditation standards and fulfills LCME requirements related to service learning opportunities. — Katy Wright, PhD, NCEAS
Corresponding Author’s Email:
The University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio
Where Was the Curriculum Implemented?
San Antonio, TX
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