Opportunities for interprofessional learning: literature review

Learning For Effective And Ethical Practice
Published on 14 Mar 2004

This review seeks to identify the key themes informing the task of equipping social workers to work in a multidisciplinary context (SSSC 2003). The review considers how policy imperatives for organisational change have reinforced new budgetary, managerial and operational relationships across the professions. Factors affecting professional identity are explored and models for inter-professional learning are considered with signposts extracted for supporting an inter-professional learning agenda.