The National Collaborative for Improving the Clinical Learning Environment recently released a summary from its October symposium on how to enhance interprofessional learning and practice in hospitals and other clinical learning environments. Topics include the value and characteristics of a high-performing interprofessional clinical learning environment and the role of leadership and governance in supporting it. NCICLE plans to convene a work group to expand on the initial findings and identify next steps. AHA is a member of the collaborative and its steering committee. For more on the collaborative, visit www.ncicle.org.

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