Dean Lising is the Strategy Lead, Interprofessional Education (IPE) Curriculum and Collaborative Practice Lead at the Centre for IPE, University of Toronto (UT). Dean holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, a Masters of Health Administration degree, and a status appointment as Lecturer at Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine, all at University of Toronto. Dean has led interprofessional teams in leadership and management roles in professional practice, academic affairs, interprofessional education and redevelopment in academic and community hospitals.

Helene Harris-ChristensenHelene Harris – Christensen work as an advisor at the Department of health and social care in Tysvær municipality. She is now a part of the interdisciplinary leader group facilitating and implementing BTI (Bedre tverrfaglig innsats/improved collaborative efforts) in Tysvær municipality. The aim of BTI is to improve collaborative practices between different public services to ensure that children receive the public services they need in their every day life.

Hanne Hagland portrettAssosiate professor Hanne Hagland

Hanne Hagland works at the University College in Oslo and Akershus (HIOA), Department of Physiotherapy where she lectures in Bachelor programme.
She holds a PhD in professional studies from Center for the Study of Professions (SPS), HIOA. There she is involved in the researchgroup: Knowledge of Professions, Qualification and Mastery.

Dr Susanne LindqvistDr Susanne Lindqvist

Susanne Lindqvist work at the University of East Anglia as Senior Lecturer in Interprofessional Practice. She has been involved in Interprofessional learning (IPL) since 2002 and from 2005 Director of the Centre for Interprofessional Practice (CIPP). CIPP delivers IPL to 3000 students/year. Students engage in IPL from the beginning and throughout their course. She is interested in interprofessional attitudes, students’/staff’s perception of IPL and how to facilitate this learning in order to achieve optimal impact in practice.

Anders Bærheim Professor in family medicine, University of Bergen Competences: learning and assessment, interprofessional learning, (inter)professional developmentProfessor Anders Bærheim

Anders Bærheim Professor in family medicine, University of Bergen
Competences: learning and assessment, interprofessional learning, (inter)professional development.

Porttrett Ingunn AaseAssosiate professor Ingunn Aase

Ingunn Aase, PhD, is an associate professor at the Department of Health Studies, University of Stavanger (UiS). She holds a PhD in risk management and societal safety from UiS with a thesis entitled “Interprofessional teamwork training for nursing and medical students in Norway”, and a master degree in health science from the University of Bergen. Aase has a nursing background with experience from clinical practice as nurse and head nurse. Furthermore, she has held different educational positions as supervisor for nursing students, as member of a nursing faculty, and as study program coordinator. She currently teaches in interprofessional teamwork, patient safety and nursing practice courses.