Team development measure in interprofessional graduate education a pilot study

Lora Humphrey Beebe, Marian Roman, Gary Skolits, Hollie Raynor, Dixie Thompson, Andrea Franks

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A faculty team developed the 4-week Recovery-Based Interprofessional Distance Education (RIDE) rotation for graduate students in their disciplines. The evaluation team identified the Team Development Measure (TDM) as a potential alternative to reflect team development during the RIDE rotation. The TDM, completed anonymously online, was piloted on the second student cohort (N = 18) to complete the RIDE rotation. The overall pretest mean was 60.73 points (SD = 11.85) of a possible 100 points, indicating that students anticipated their RIDE team would function at a moderately high level during the 4-week rotation. The overall posttest mean, indicating student perceptions of actual team functioning, was 72.71 points (SD = 23.31), an average increase of 11.98 points. Although not statistically significant, Cohen's effect size (d = 0.43) indicates an observed difference of large magnitude. No other published work has used the TDM as a pre-/posttest measure of team development. The authors believe the TDM has several advantages as a measure of student response to interprofessional education offerings, particularly in graduate students with prior experience on health care teams. Further work is needed to validate and extend the findings of this pilot study.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)18-22
Number of pages5
JournalJournal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services
Volume56
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 1 2018

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Team development measure in interprofessional graduate education a pilot study. / Beebe, Lora Humphrey; Roman, Marian; Skolits, Gary; Raynor, Hollie; Thompson, Dixie; Franks, Andrea.

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Beebe, Lora Humphrey ; Roman, Marian ; Skolits, Gary ; Raynor, Hollie ; Thompson, Dixie ; Franks, Andrea. / Team development measure in interprofessional graduate education a pilot study. In: Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services. 2018 ; Vol. 56, No. 4. pp. 18-22.
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