Background: Traditional continuing education (CE) approaches have limited impact on patient management and outcomes. Continuing interprofessional education is an innovated educational approach that can improve patient care and outcomes related to health care. There is a need to provide guidance to continuing education professionals in the development, implementation, and evaluation of continuing interprofessional education activities. Objectives: This study attempted to identity effective elements of continuing interprofessional education in programs or models. Study Design: Database searches of published papers using Eric. Ovid, Science direct and PubMed (1990-2016) were conducted for existing IPE model post-registration. Broad search terms were used, including interprofessional education, continuing interprofessional education models and interprofessional education post-registration models. Results: Seven continuing interprofessional education models were identified in the literature. Topic, Goals, Content, learning strategy and Evaluation strategy were the components used in these patterns. Conclusions: Healthy topics, Content sharing between the participating professions, common educational goals for all professions, interactive learning and interprofessional learning methods and diverse assessment methods with feedback to learners, helps to make better be implemented inter-professional training programs.