A survey of undergraduate health science students’ views on interprofessional education and the use of educational technology: Preliminary analyses and findings

Brett Williams, Belinda Lewis, Malcolm Boyle, Ted Brown, Tangerine Holt


We report the preliminary findings of a project that sought the views of first year undergraduate health science students about interprofessional education (IPE) and how they perceived the interaction between different “professions” in the health care context. Students were also asked about the use of wireless keypads in undergraduate classroom learning environments and whether it suited their learning approaches. The aim of this study was to ascertain undergraduate health science student views on IPE and educational technology during the first year of their undergraduate course. The study used a pre-test post-test methodology investigating IPE perspectives and attitudes towards educational technology (wireless keypads). This paper will report on the initial pre-test results.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33151/ajp.6.4.470


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