Published Work

Below is a list of publications in chronological order written by faculty engaged with IPE teachings and intergration.

Reynolds-Kueny, C., Toomey, E., Pole, D., & Hinyard, L. (2017).
Uniting Saint Louis University's interprofessional education program with organizational learning: A theory-based model to guide IP education and practice. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice, 6, 7-14. doi:10.1016/j.xjep.2016.11.001

Hinyard, L., Reynolds, C., & Toomey, E. (2016).
Teaching health outcomes research from an interprofessional perspective. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice, 4, 29-32. doi:10.1016/j.xjep.2016.06.001

Breitbach, A. (2015).
Improving School-Based Health Care through a Truly Interprofessional Approach. Jacobs Journal of Community Medicine, 1(1), 1-4.

L'Ecuyer, K. M., Pole, D., & Leander, S. A. (2015).
The Use of PBL in an Interprofessional Education Course for Health Care Professional Students. Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning, 9(1).

Everard, K., Crandall, S., Blue, A., Rottnek, F., Pole, D., & Mainous, A. G. (2014).
Exploring Interprofessional Education in the Family Medicine Clerkship: A CERA Study. Family Medicine, 46(6), 419-422.

Leander, S. A., Maloney, S. M., Ruebling, I., Banks, R., Pole, D., & Kettenbach, G. (2014).
“The Power of Many Minds Working Together”: Qualitative Study of an Interprofessional Service-Learning Capstone Course Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, 4.2, 1-17.

Rizzo, C. S., Breitbach, A. P., & Richardson, R. (2014).
Athletic trainers have a place in interprofessional education and practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-2.

Rottnek, F., Everard, K., & Pole, D. (2014).
The interprofessional team seminar: four years of development describing a curriculum designed for medical students. Journal of the national AHEC Organization.

Breitbach, A., Sargeant, D., Gettemeier, P., Ruebling, I., Carlson, J., Eliot, K., Kienstra, K., & Zeibig-Blassing, E. (2013).
From Buy-in to Integration: Melding an Interprofessional Initiative into Academic Programs in the Health Professions. Journal of Allied Health, Vol.42(3).

Ruebling, I., Pole, D., Breitbach, A., Frager, A., Kettenbach, G., Westhus, N., Kienstra, K., & Carlson, J. (2013).
A Comparison of Attitudes and Perceptions towards Interprofessional Learning of Students Before and After an Undergraduate Introductory Interprofessional Education Class. Journal of Interprofessional Care.

Wunderlich, R., Cavallo, C., Eliot, K., Gettemeier, P., & Ruebling, I. (2011).
Evaluation of a Pilot Study for a Capstone Course: Integrative Interprofessional Practicum Experience. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 9(4), 1-9.

Royeen, C. B., Jensen, G. M., Chapman, T. A., & Ciccone, T. (2010).
Is Interprofessionality a Threshold Concept for Education and Health Care Practice? Journal of Allied Health, 39(3), 251-252.

Ruebling, I., & Royeen, C. (2010).
Saint Louis University Interprofessional Education Program. Journal of Allied Health, 39 Suppl 1(3 Pt 2 (Special Issue)), e123-124.

Lavin, M. A., Ruebling, I., Banks, R., Block, L., Counte, M., Furman, G., Miller, P., Reese, C., Viehmann, V., & Holt, J. (2001).
Interdisciplinary health professional education: a historical review. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract, 6(1), 25-47.

Ruebling, I., Lavin, M. A., Banks, R., Block, L., Counte, M., Furman, G., Miller P., Reese, C., & Viehmann, V. (2000).
Facilitating factors for, barriers to, and outcomes of interdisciplinary education projects in the health sciences. Journal of Allied Health, 29(3), 165-170.

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