The University of Melbourne Interprofessional Education and Practice team is actively involved in contributing to national and international learning and teaching best practice in interprofessional education through research projects, grants, awards, conference presentations and publications.

  • Research & Publications


    Current Research Project HRE 2057688.1 ‘The experiences, learning impacts and feasibility of participants engaging with wholly online ‘Interprofessional Education Facilitator training’. Research Team: Ms Joanne Bolton, Dr Karen Donald, Dr Sundari Joseph and Professor Lesley Diack.

    Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) Invited Website bulletin article ‘Ways of knowing in healthcare – an interprofessional immersive approach’ Ms Joanne Bolton, Dr Sarah Meiklejohn, Dr Ngaree Blow, Dr Karen Donald, Professor Elizabeth Molloy, Dr Kate Reid, Associate Professor Anthea Cochrane, Associate Professor Louisa Remedios, Dr Zerina Tomkins, Mr Josh Cubillo, Dr Cindy Ahern, Ms Tamara Clements (Not yet published)

  • Presentations


    Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) ‘Learning from Indigenous Place and Voice: An Interprofessional Learning Experience’ Ms Joanne Bolton, Associate Professor Louisa Remedios, Ms Shawana Andrews, Dr Ngaree Blow and Tamara Clements

  • Awards & Grants


    Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences Learning & Teaching Seed Grant ‘Whose role is it anyway? Developing professional identity through interprofessional education and practice’ $5000 Dr Sarah Meiklejohn, Ms Joanne Bolton, Dr Karen Donald

    University of Melbourne Learning and Teaching Grant ‘Teaching and learning together: Co-developing online interprofessional cultural safety training for MDHS staff and students’ $24,000 Project Leads: Ms Joanne Bolton, Ms Shawana Andrews, Dr Ngaree Blow, Associate Professor Louisa Remedios
    Project Advisory Team: Associate Professor Lilon Bandler, Mr Alister Thorpe, Ms Madelyn Hudson-Buhagiar, Dr Sarah Meiklejohn, Dr Karen Donald, Associate Professor Anthea Cochrane, Ms Naomi Norris