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In earlier chapters of this book, it has been emphasised that there is a necessity to recognise that facilitators of interprofessional learning (IPL) do not need a unique set of skills, but that they need to develop the more advanced type of skills that would be required to facilitate any complex, diverse group. This implies that facilitators cannot simply be thrown in the deep end, even if they are used to managing homogenous groups effectively.

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Book title

Preparing for Interprofessional Teaching: Theory and Practice

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55 - 67