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dc.contributor.authorAneas Álvarez, María Asunción-
dc.contributor.authorVilà Baños, Ruth-
dc.description.abstractThe paper will present an exploratory research developed with students of Education at the University of Barcelona and the University of Valencia in order assess Cross-Cultural Interprofessional Collaboration skills. This emerging skill, strongly related with the cross cultural competence, is the capacity to develop a collaborative relation with other professionals from different fields and cultures. The first contribution of this work has been the adaptation to the Spanish Educational context of the AITCS Scale, originally developed in Canada for the heath field. The consistent addition to this instrument of two subscales of the Schwartz ‘s PQV in order to include cultural values to the construct demonstrates the relation between the values of Benevolence and low Power and the Interprofessional Collaborative Practice .ca
dc.description.sponsorshipResearch founded by the Sciences Education Research Center of the University of Barcelona (ICE): REDICE I4-1277).ca
dc.format.extent15 p.-
dc.relation.ispartofComunicació presentada a: SIETAR Europa Congress 2015. Refreshing the Cultural Paradigm: Sharing Stories, Theories and Next Practices. Valencia, Spain 21-23 May 2015.-
dc.rightscc-by-nc-nd (c) Aneas Álvarez et al., 2015ca
dc.subject.classificationCooperació culturalcat
dc.subject.classificationAvaluació educativacat
dc.subject.classificationEducació interculturalcat
dc.subject.otherIntellectual cooperationeng
dc.subject.otherEducational evaluation-
dc.subject.otherMulticultural education-
dc.titleInterprofessional Collaborative skills for digital worldca
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