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IPR.Global 2021-2024 Strategic Directions
InterprofessionalResearch.Global (IPR.Global), as the Global Network for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP) research, provides global leadership in IPECP research by engaging world-renowned and emerging scholars, leaders, service providers, decision-makers, administrators, service-users, and health and social care students in research collaborations. IPR.Global is committed to facilitating the generation of high-quality, relevant, and contextualized IPECP research that can be understood, used, and implemented by a wide range of stakeholders.
IPR.Global through the IPECP regional networks serves as a central hub and mobilizer to build connections, leverage capacity, and amplify voices to achieve greater collective impact in local, national, and international communities across the globe. We identify emerging trends and priorities, share best practices, and provide guidance for the benefit of our stakeholders and the communities they serve.
Leading global network of scholars that fosters and supports evidence-informed knowledge and policy creation and mobilization in interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP) through research and partnerships to improve care, learning, health, value and wellness for systems and society.
Renowned trailblazers influencing and elevating IPECP research and policy globally through shared expertise and collaboration.
Strategic Priorities: IPR.Global Strategic Priorities include Development, Discovery, and Dissemination and mobilization.
Goal: Grow and sustain communities of practice through responsive leadership, mentorship, and partnership to advance IPECP research and policy.
Goal: Explore interprofessional research and policy gaps and unrealized opportunities while critically challenging the status quo to design innovative research projects, processes, and products.
- Dissemination and mobilization
Goal: Global mobilization evidence-informed IPECP widely across multiple and diverse contexts.
To learn more, please review our 2021-2024 Strategic Directions document here.