Marion Brown, PhD RSW
Associate professor, School of Social Work, Faculty of Health
Dr. Marion Brown has worked in interprofessional settings as a social worker and has supervised interprofessional teams. Her research includes examining professional identity in interprofessional contexts and how pathways to the profession and context shape the influence practitioners bring to the team environment.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Creating Psychological Safety in Interprofessional Simulation: Lessons Learned from a Scoping Review
Simulation-based education (SBE) has been used to augment and/or partially substitute clinical learning as it provides a controlled setting with natural, realistic, and relevant practice experiences, without risk of injurious patient consequences. Interprofessional SBE (IP-SBE) provides a platform for students to learn about, from, and with one another to develop and practice interprofessional collaborative (IPC) competencies. However, socio-historical hierarchies that are predominant in healthcare cultures often emerge in simulation, negatively impacting interprofessional learning. Creating…