Moni Fricke

Moni Fricke
University of Manitoba | UMN · Physical Therapy

BMR(PT), MSc, PhD

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January 2000 - June 2016
University of Manitoba
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  • Instructor

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Publications (25)
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Introduction Team-based care has been integrated into primary care (PC) across Canada because it improves patient safety, effectiveness, efficiency, person-centredness, and equity. However, this integration in and of itself may not lead to improved patient care without effective interpersonal relationships amongst team members. Currently, teams hav...
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Background Exceedingly more complex patients are presenting to primary care settings. To meet the needs of these patients, we need well-working interprofessional teams. There has been little study of family medicine resident understanding of specific team member roles, and no research on rehabilitation professions. Here we show a discrepancy betwee...
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Abstract Internationally, a growing number of interprofessional education (IPE) offices are being established within academic institutions. However, few are applying educational improvement methodologies to evaluate and improve the interprofessional (IP) learning opportunities offered. The University of Manitoba IPE Initiative was established in 20...
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A 3-hour workshop on interprofessional collaborative care has been delivered twice annually since June 2008 by a panel of health professionals as part of this orientation, inviting other international healthcare graduates to participate.
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THE UNDERPINNINGS OF THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL in the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health (ICF) are recognized by most Canadian physiotherapists. The ICF recognizes that the causes of disease are multifactorial, not singular; that the patient can give the majority of the information needed to make an accurate diagnos...
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Background: Health Canada and Cochrane reviews indicate a need for rigorous outcome testing following interprofessional learning, particularly in practice settings. This led to research questioning whether knowledge, attitudes, perceptions, values, and skills regarding collaborative patient care improve after interprofessional learning in classroom...
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This research was part of a Health Canada funded initiative developed to provide evidence about the effectiveness of interprofessional education (IPE) interventions to promote collaborative patient-centred care. Health professional students' ratings of health professions and the effect of IPE on those ratings were examined. Participants were divide...
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Purpose: This innovative approach meets the dual purpose of promoting interprofessional education (IPE) as well as delivering common core curricular content to five different health care professions.�Description: Over 150 students and faculty from the academic units of dentistry, dental hygiene, occupational therapy, pharmacy and physical therapy,...
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The multiple mini-interview (MMI) was developed at the DeGroote Medical School at McMaster University in Canada and has been documented as a reliable and valid interview tool, and as having predictive value in post-medical licensure examination performance. This project aims to demonstrate the feasibility and strengths of this innovative technique...
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As we look toward sustainability of Interprofessional Education for Collaborative Patient-Centred Practice (IECPCP), interprofessional education (IPE) is a key component(D’Amour & Oandasan, 2004; Royal College of Nursing, 2006). Building capacity toteach IPE is foundational to the sustainability process and thus producing an accessible,user-friendl...
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Community based physiotherapy services are an integral component of the recent implementation of a medical rehabilitation program in the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut. Since the year 2000, the Inuit people of Canada's central Arctic have had direct access to physiotherapy in their home communities. A quantitative review of physiotherapy services from...
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In 2000, the University of Manitoba and the Department of Health and Social Services of Nunavut, Canada, jointly embarked upon the development of a community-based medical rehabilitation programme in the Kivalliq Region of Canada's central Arctic. Two main objectives were identified in moving forward with the implementation of a rehabilitation prog...
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To provide a review of Speech Language Pathology services in the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut, Canada, since its inception. Referral sources, reasons for referral and discharge will also be shown for seven of the communities in the Kivalliq Region. A quantitative and qualitative survey of the services received for the 26-month time period from Januar...
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Equal access and participation issues are at the forefront of the current disability advocacy movement. Disabled people worldwide are demanding a change in attitudes and policies reflecting their inherent right as citizens to full participation in society. The inequalities faced by the Canadian Aboriginal community with disabilities are magnified b...

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