Interprofessional student teams as medication safety ‘watchdogs’ in the hospital
— Dr. Aislinn Joy, Dr. Laura Sahm, Elizabeth Barrons, Dr Paul McCague, Dr Elaine Walsh, Prof Stephen Byrne and Prof David Kerrins University College Cork
Investigation of palliative care education as a setting for undergraduate interprofessional learning
— Dr. Catherine Sweeney, University College Cork

Becoming ‘Clinical Therapies’.
The experience of aligning practice education curricula.
— Marie O'Donnell, University of Limerick
Promoting interprofessional teaching and supporting clinical education in a teaching hospital
— Noreen O'Shea and Ide O'Shaughnessy, St. James's Hospital, Dublin
Learning together – using common conditions in primary care
— Johanne Barry, Queen's University, Belfast

Putting the patient at the centre of IPE – lessons from a new medicine and pharmacy initiative
— Dr. Judith Strawbridge, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin
Clinicians, patients and family members: utilisation, opinions and experiences of patient and family participation in the design and delivery of healthcare services from a mental healthcare and a medical healthcare perspective.
— Lucy Whiston, Trinity College Dublin
Team and patient-centred communication: a foundation for safe quality care
— Thomas Kearns and Dr Eva Doherty, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin

The next steps. Considering the implementation of a case-based IPE model in practice education
— Mairead Cahill, University of Limerick
Evaluating an online, values-based decision-making interprofessional learning programme in pre-registration health and social care students
— H. Felzmann, M. Tierney, L. Campbell, Y. Finn, C. Hills, C. Carroll, A. Hunter, P. Meskell, R. Geoghegan, G. McDarby, M. Power, E. Burke, J. Boland, D. Casey; NUI Galway
An evaluation of the clinical interprofessional learning experience for trainee general practitioners in an academic urban minor injury unit with advanced nurse practitioners
— Julie O'Driscoll and Bernadette Carpenter, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital

Afternoon Session

|14:30 - 15:30|

Aligning Systems for Future Collaborative Practice

Increasing the opportunities for interprofessional learning within professional qualification clinical therapies programmes
— Dr. Ann Taylor, University of Limerick
The work of CAIPE and its impact on IPE throughout the UK
— Dr. Richard Gray, Chair of the Centre for Interprofessional Education (CAIPE)

The effectiveness of a physiotherapy-led football skills group for children in early intervention services on motor skills and health-related quality of life
— Heather Kennedy and Cliona Murphy
Developing shared competencies and digital resources from medicine, nursing and pharmacy to inform IPE
— Dr. Henry Smithson, University College Cork and Gerardina Harnett, IT Tralee

The benefits and challenges of student-led clinics – towards IPE
— Jane Kavanagh, University of Limerick
An action research inquiry into the potential role of a medical social worker for tuberculosis patients in an acute hospital outpatient setting
— Donna Stapleton and Maria Kane, St. James's Hospital, Dublin
Generating student insight into interprofessional communication through a simulated patient workshop
— Dr. Gopal Oliver, Nottingham University, Dr. Rebekah Wilmington, Health Education East Midlands, UK

Benefits and challenges of interprofessional education in an acute hospital: occupational therapy and physiotherapy perspectives
— Valerie Flattery and Fiona Melia, Galway University Hospital
Integrating elements of undergraduate curriculum learning
— Doris Corkin and Ann Devlin, Queen's University Belfast