Bridging the quality chasm: Interprofessional teams to the rescue?

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Submitted by John Gilbert on Apr 14, 2014 - 9:58am CDT

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Interprofessional education for collaborative practice, also referred to as education for “team-based healthcare,” is a recent innovation in US health professions education.1 Several specialties in medicine support this approach to care, for example, geriatrics, but educational preparation to deliver team-based care remains underdeveloped in the US. Will that change?

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Ronald S. Weinstein
Barbara F. Brandt
John Gilbert
Madeline H. Schmitt
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