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Skills Matter: Interprofessional learning pilot factsheet

In 2018, an interprofessional learning model was piloted in the New Entry to Specialist Practice Allied (NESP Allied) programme delivered by the Auckland University of Technology (AUT). This involved NESP Nursing participants from Waitematā DHB who attended the NESP Allied course run at the Auckland Campus. The aim was to promote sound interprofessional practice between participants who work in mental health and addiction across different disciplines, including nursing, occupational therapy, social work, and alcohol and other drugs.

This factsheet summarises participant feedback from the interprofessional learning pilot.

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