NAP Journal

The new Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice (JIEP) is welcoming submissions!

Co-Editors-in-Chief:

Al Rundio, FNAP and Devin R. Nichol, MD

JIEP is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, online-only journal focusing on interprofessional healthcare topics, including education, practice, policy and research. JIEP is devoted to dissemination of high quality articles covering the full spectrum of interprofessional healthcare education and practice.

JIEP is affiliated with the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) and is the official journal of the National Academies of Practice (NAP).

Benefits of online access through ScienceDirect include the ability to:

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Access Instructions

As a NAP member, you receive complimentary access to our official journal, the Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice. The JIEP is accessible online through ScienceDirect.

The first time you login, please follow these steps. To find your NAP Membership Number, log into the NAP website. When your profile information appears, your Membership Number is located just below your name (referred to as the Customer ID). If there are any leading zeros, do not enter them in the Membership Number field. If you need assistance obtaining your Membership Number, please contact Amy Waller at NAP headquarters.

If you have any problems activating your JIEP account, please contact the ScienceDirect support hub via email, chat or phone.

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JIEP welcomes submissions on:

  • Assessment of educational outcomes
  • Clinical practice, interprofessional healthcare research, opinion, public policy and review
  • Innovative teaching and learning strategies
  • New school and program start-up strategies
  • Real-world healthcare activities that promote collaborative, efficient and cost-reducing measures