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Perception and readiness of medical students and teaching staff to implement interprofessional education

Abstract

Introduction: Interprofessional education is a learning method that involves two or more professions learning from each other to create effective collaboration. Meanwhile, the education program at the medical faculty still adheres to each study program's curriculum, which creates obstacles in implementing IPE courses. This study aimed to assess the readiness and perceptions of students and teaching staff at the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Udayana, regarding implementing IPE.

Methods: This study used a cross sectional design. Research subjects were collected using the total sampling method, and data were collected using IEPS and RIPLS questionnaires and distributed online. Data were analyzed using the SPSS ver.25.0 programs using the chi-square test, with a p <0.05, considered statistically significant.

Results: Based on the research results, the total number of research respondents was 37 supervisors and 416 students with an average age of 40.6±6.15 years and 19.05±1.04 years, respectively. Based on the results of research on supervisor respondents, it was found that the average IEPS and RIPLS scores were 85.41±9.15 and 76.86±5.35, respectively, with a distribution of readiness levels dominated by good IPE readiness (>75) of 22 people (59.5%). While the student respondents found an average score of IEPS and RIPLS, respectively 86.42±10.64 and 75.58±5.94, with a distribution of readiness levels dominated by good IPE readiness (>75) of 229 people (55.0%).

Conclusion: Based on the study results, it can be concluded that supervisors and students of the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Udayana, have a good level of perception and readiness for IPE.

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How to Cite

Darmayani, I. G. A. S., Manuaba, I. B. A. P. ., Yani, M. V. W., Wiguna, I. G. W. W. ., Kusuma, I. K. W. A. ., & Supadmanaba, I. G. P. . (2023). Perception and readiness of medical students and teaching staff to implement interprofessional education. Bali Medical Journal, 12(1), 545–549. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v12i1.4031

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