This essaу/reроrt will be based on critical incident analysis from рractice relating to interprofessional working. Module Aim(s) and Learning Outcomes 3a. Module aims The aims of this module are to enable students to: Further develop skills for interprofessional and collaborative working so that they may contribute positively to the provision of patient/serviceusercentred health and social care. 3b. Learning Outcomes: Knowledge and Understanding Successful students will typically be able to: 1) Analyse interprofessional and collaborative working strategies that may be used to overcome boundaries between professions; 2) Evaluate service delivery in relation to their professional role; 3) Apply and evaluate the extent to which their specialist knowledge contributes to patient/serviceuser experience. 3c. Learning Outcomes: Skills and Attributes Successful students will typically be able to: 4) Demonstrate the skills of autonomy and be able to interact effectively in interprofessional discussion.