Achieving the Optimal Interprofessional Clinical Learning Environment: Proceedings from an NCICLE Symposium
NCICLE is pleased to release the complete proceedings of a 2017 national symposium on enhancing the interprofessional clinical learning environment (IP-CLE). The proceedings, developed by an NCICLE work group representing a diverse set of symposium participants, serve as a catalyst to stimulate new ideas and approaches to viewing the clinical learning environment as a shared responsibility.
The proceedings summarize conversations and activities from the 2-day symposium that focused on the following:

  • the value of IP-CLEs
  • characteristics of high-functioning IP-CLEs
  • the role of leaders in macro, meso, and micro environments of health care in supporting high-functioning IP-CLEs
  • the role of national stakeholders—today and into the future—in optimizing conversations, practices, and structures that will enhance interprofessional learning in the context of patient care

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The Role of the Clinical Learning Environment in Preparing New Clinicians to Engage in Quality Improvement Efforts to Eliminate Health Care Disparities.
NCICLE is also excited to announce the publication of its new guidance document, The Role of the Clinical Learning Environment in Preparing New Clinicians to Engage in Quality Improvement Efforts to Eliminate Health Care Disparities.
Engaging new clinicians is a key element of any systems-based approach, as new clinicians will shape the future of health care delivery. Clinical learning environments (CLEs), or the hospitals, medical centers, and ambulatory care clinics where new clinicians train, have an essential role in preparing new clinicians to engage in QI efforts to eliminate health care disparities. The NCICLE Quality Improvement: Focus on Health Care Disparities Work Group developed this document as a guide for CLEs in engaging new clinicians in QI efforts to eliminate health care disparities.

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NCICLE hopes this document will be useful for CLE leaders from all types of health care institutions and looks forward to engaging in ongoing efforts in this important area of health care.
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