Objective: To explore the literature about the effect of interprofessional education on the work environment of healthcare workers. Methodology: A scoping review was conducted with 407 articles from different scientific approaches. Twenty-one articles were chosen to be part of the scoping review as they met the inclusion criteria. Results: 21 articles were chosen to study the existing scientific research on the topic. Studies described a population that included doctors, nurses, psychologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, social workers and other professions. Context scenarios encompassed hospitals related and not to academic fields, mental health hospitals and community settings. Several positive effects were found on organizational climate and culture. However, effects on satisfaction and commitment were ambivalent.