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Journal of Interprofessional Care


Promoting Collaboration in Education, Practice and Research Worldwide

The Journal of Interprofessional Care promotes collaboration in education, practice and research in education, health, social care and related fields:

  • Within and between professions
  • Within and between organisations
  • With service users, carers and communities

It treats research as both a collaborative field in its own right and as a means to evaluate interprofessional education and practice.

Since its launch in 1992, the Journal has retained its focus on education, health and social care and encouraged contributions from other fields where closer collaboration is critical to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities, and to establish and sustain a healthier environment. They include housing, public health, law enforcement and the treatment of offenders. Contributors and readers include service users, students, teachers, trainers, practitioners, managers, policy makers and researchers.  

Published worldwide six times per year electronically and hard copy, the Journal encourages the exchange of experience and expertise across continents and between countries. Each issue is the product of collaboration between members of an Editorial Team based in Australia, Canada, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States, supported by fellow members of an Editorial Board from a wider spectrum of countries.

The Journal is published by Informa Healthcare - http://informahealthcare.com/jic - in association with CAIPE, whose members enjoy electronic access to current and back issues on highly preferential terms, plus two hard copies of the current issue for each corporate member.

For discounted subscriptions built into CAIPE membership see – the Membership page in the ‘About Us’ Section of the CAIPE website .

Individual CAIPE members can access the on line Journal direct from the Membership Page.

If you would like further information on the Journal of Interprofessional Care click here

Enquiries and offers of copy should be addressed to: 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Scott Reeves - University of California, 500 Parnassus Avenue, MU200W, San Francisco, CA 94143  

MANAGING EDITOR
Joanne Goldman - St Michael's Hospital & University of Toronto, Canada

Individuals who take out a joint Journal (JIC) Membership of CAIPE receive a very considerable reduction in the annual cost of the Journal.

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