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Table 2 The SCIPE program components

From: Interprofessional simulation in a student community clinic: insights from an educational framework and contact theory

  1. *Nestel, D., Fleishman, C., and Bearman, M. (2015). Preparation: Developing scenarios and training for role portrayal. In D. Nestel and M. Bearman (Eds.), Simulated Patient Methodology: Theory, Evidence and Practice (pp. 63-70). West Sussex: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
  2. **The Interprofessional Referral Tool is a holistic intake tool, used in the community health service which enables a clinician to conduct a comprehensive initial assessment and develop a collaborative person-centred goal-directed management plan.