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Several systematic reviews have been conducted on the relationship between interprofessional collaboration and health outcomes using quantitative studies. But no systematic review had yet been conducted on this topic using qualitative studies. The following paper addresses this gap. A systematic...
Yuri Jadotte Dec 13, 2017
This chapter describes the development and implementation of an innovative course in interprofessional education (IPE), which ensures a large number and variety of health professions students have the appropriate foundations to collaborate. A description of the institution and the process of...
This chapter (from E. Ginzburg (Ed.), Regionalization and Health Policy. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare) focuses on the Regional Medical Program experience relative to the limits of regionalization in a pluralistic system, the conditions for success, and the...
This chapter explores the concept and practice of teamwork and interprofessional collaboration in the support and treatment of clients with mental health problems. Mental health care provision is complex, ethically challenging, and frequently delivered via mental health care teams (MHCT) in both...
Jill Thistlethwaite Dec 10, 2014
No single discipline can hope to meet the diverse and complex health care needs of the aging members of our society. At present, for any typical geriatric patient who is admitted to a hospital, it is quite likely that in addition to a physician and a nurse, the skills and knowledge of a physical...
DeWitt C. Baldwin Jr. Jul 25, 2014
In this chapter, the author explores the meaning of theory and the role it plays in the development of interprofessional education. The chapter explores specifically the utility of the theory of social capital in the field and uses this as a case theory to present the dimensions of theoretical...
Sarah Hean Jun 7, 2014
A chapter directed at nursing students working with older people. By the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Sarah Hean Jun 7, 2014
Internationally there are unacceptably high numbers of people in contact with the criminal justice system (e.g. in police custody, in court, in prison) who have mental health issues.  Addressing mental health in the offender population is essential to maintain public safety, improve the wellbeing...
Sarah Hean Jun 7, 2014
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