Student-led clinics in aotearoa new zealand: A scoping review with stakeholder consultation

Ema Tokolahi, Patrick Broman, Glynis Longhurst, Amy Pearce, Cassandra Cook, Patrea Andersen, Sharon Brownie

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Abstract

Background: Student-led clinics have gained increasing attention as a mechanism for students across various health professions to gain authentic interprofessional clinical placement experience during their educational programme. Purpose: This scoping review is designed to identify and describe experiences relating to student-led clinics in Aotearoa New Zealand. Methods: The review involved five key steps: 1) identifying the research question; 2) identifying relevant studies; 3) study selection; 4) charting the data; and 5) collating, summarising and reporting the results. Discussion: Student-led health clinics present invaluable educational opportunities for authentic collaborative practice and capacity to improve population health and well-being, especially in marginalised and disadvantaged communities. Clinic establishment and operation require consideration of a complex set of factors. Conclusion: Community consultation (including with Indigenous populations) should pre-cede establishment of clinics. There is scope for more reporting and objective evaluation to ensure best practice is being determined, developed, and achieved.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2053-2066
Number of pages14
JournalJournal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare
Volume14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021
Externally publishedYes

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