Journal of Human Services
Interprofessional collaboration, consultation, and cooperation have long been a direct and indirect professional responsibility of human services practitioners in integrated healthcare settings. In order to effectively educate and train practice-ready human services students for rapidly changing healthcare settings, it is critical that human services organizations and programs examine the need for interprofessional competency education. This article provides timely considerations on developing interprofessional education competencies in human services education.
Original Publication Citation
Park, K., Rivas, F., Borden, N. S., & Carlisle, K. L. (2019). Preparing practice-ready collaborative healthcare human services students: Considerations on developing interprofessional education competencies in human services. Journal of Human Services, 39(1), 85-96.
Park, Kyulee; Rivas, Francisca; Borden, Ne'Shaun; and Carlisle, Kristy L., "Preparing Practice-Ready Collaborative Healthcare Human Services Students: Considerations on Developing Interprofessional Education Competencies In Human Services" (2019). Counseling & Human Services Faculty Publications. 64.