Patients’ and health professionals’ perceptions of teamwork in primary care

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Submitted by Jill Romeo on Mar 18, 2024 - 6:05pm CDT

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Journal Article

This study aimed to test both the feasibility of undertaking a collaborative method of enquiry as a means of investigating patient perceptions about teamwork in the context of their current health care, and also to compare and contrast these views with those of their usual health professionals in New Zealand suburban health practice settings. This study supports the consensus that team-based care is essential for those with chronic conditions, but suggests important differences between patient and health professional views as to who should be in a health care team and what their respective roles might be in primary care settings.

Author(s): 
Pullon, S.
McKinlay, E.
Stubbe, M.
Todd, L.
Badenhorst, C.
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