Regardless of practice setting, the demands on new practitioners include not only clinical competence in evidence-based methods of prevention, assessment, and treatment but additional skill sets. Clinical education, whether in graduate preparation programs or as a component of continuing education, must develop and implement new methodologies for effective clinical training to provide adequate opportunities for acquisition of new skill sets. Among the skills that have received increased attention in graduate preparation programs are competencies in interprofessional practice. The Core Competencies for Interprofessional Practice were established by Interprofessional Education Collaborative in 2011. The core competencies include: values/ethics for interprofessional practice, roles/responsibilities, interprofessional communication, and teams/teamwork. According to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association research has indicated “the benefits of interprofessional collaborations in health care that require continuous interaction, coordinated efforts, and knowledge sharing among health care professionals”.