Christopher Truelove, MSCIN, RRT-NPS
Assistant Professor
Augusta University
Chris is an Assistant Professor at Augusta University’s Respiratory Therapy program and a doctoral student of the Ph.D. in Applied Health Sciences program. He is a neonatal specialist and has worked in the Neonatal ICU setting for the past 11 years. His research interests include understanding the impact of behaviors during neonatal resuscitation, mathematical modeling of healthcare practices, and large-dataset statistical works.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Background: Interprofessional education (IPE) is getting its long due attention in being included and even mandated in health care education curricula such as physical therapy. Researchers have investigated the usefulness of IPE in their respective health care fields. One commonly used IPE survey is the Curran’s Attitudes Towards Interprofessional Education (CATIE). It comprises 29 Likert-scale items divided into three sections. The most common reason for not completing the survey or complaint among respondents is that the survey is lengthy. Here we analyzed the items in the survey for…