We maintain an ever-expanding list of academic interprofessional assets, including UNE faculty publications and a variety of external resources.
Buring, S. M., Bhushan, A., Brazeau, G., Conway, S., Hansen, L., & Westberg S. (2009). Keys to Successful Implementation of Interprofessional Education: Learning Location, Faculty Development, and Curricular Themes. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 73 (4), 1-11.
Cavanaugh, J. T. & S. C. Konrad. (2012). Fostering the development of effective person-centered healthcare communication skills: An interprofessional shared learning model. WORK: The Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation. 41(3), 293-301.
Cummins C, Doyle JT, Kindness L, Lefthand MJ, Bear Don’t Walk UJ, Bends A, Broadaway SC, Camper AK, Fitch R, Ford TE, Hamner S, Morrison AR, Richards CL, Young SL, Eggers MJ. Community-Based Participatory Research in Indian Country: Improving Health through Water Quality Research and Awareness. Family and Community Health: CBPR Special Issue 2010; 33:166–174.
Gray, B. Nancy MacRae, N. (2012). Building a sustainable academic-community partnership: Focus on fall prevention. Work, 41(3), 261-267.
Graybeal, C. & Konrad, S. C. (2010). InterProfessional education collaborative: The University of New England. Journal of Allied Health, 39(3/pt 2), 135.
Graybeal, C., Long, R., Scalise-Smith, D., & Zeibig, E. (2010). The Art and Science of Interprofessional Education. Journal of Allied Health, October, 232-237
Konrad, S. C. (2012). Random acts of innovation: Infiltrating silos and creating an interprofessional culture for quality care. Work, 41(3), 229-231.
Konrad, S. C. & Browning, D. M. (2012). Relational Learning and Interprofessional Practice: Transforming Health Education for the 21st Century. WORK: The Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation, 41(3), 247-251.
Konrad, S. C. & Morton, S. C. (2012). If I feel judged by you, I will not trust you: Relational Practice with Addicted Mothers. In J. Berzoff (Ed.), Falling through the cracks: Psychodynamic Practice with vulnerable and oppressed populations, pp. 106-140. New York: Columbia University Press.
Loukas, K. M., Whiting, A., Ricci, E., Konrad, S. C. (2012). Transdisciplinary playgroup: Interprofessional opportunities in early intervention practice education. OT Practice, (Feb 20, 2012), 8-13.
MacRae, N. (2012). Turf, team, and town: A geriatric interprofessional education program. Work, 41(3), 285-292.
Morton, J. (2012). Transcultural healthcare immersion: A unique interprofessional experience poised to influence collaborative practice in cultural settings. Work, 41(3), 303-312.
Morton, J. L. & Konrad, S. C. (2009) Introducing a Caring/Relational Framework for Building Relationships with Addicted Mothers, JOGNN, 38(2), 1-7.
Sheldon, M., Cavanaugh, J. T., Croninger, W., Osgood, W., Robnett, R. Seigle, J., Simonsen, L. (2012). Preparing rehabilitation healthcare providers in the 21st century: Implementation of interprofessional education through an academic-clinical site partnership. Work, 41(3), 269-275.
Shore, N., Drew, E., Bajorunaite, R., & Seifer, S. (2011). Relationships between community-based research ethics review processes and institution-based IRBs: A national study. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 6(2).
Shore N, Brazuaskas R, Drew E, Wong KA, Moy L, Baden AC, Cyr K, Ulevicus J & Seifer SD. (2011). Understanding community-based processes for research ethics review: A national study. American Journal of Public Health, 101(S1), S359-364.
Shore, N., Wong, K.A., Seifer, S.D., Grignon, J., & Gamble, V.N. (2008). Introduction to special issue: Advancing the ethics of community-based participatory research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 3(2).
Smesny, A. L., Williams, J. S., Brazeau, G. A., R. Weber, R. J., Matthews, H. W., Das, S. K. (2001). Barriers to Scholarship in Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy Practice Faculty, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 71 (5).