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This paper was originally published in the Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Interdisciplinary Health Team Care Conference, which took place September 19-21, 1984 at the University of Connecticut.  It is reproduced here with the permission of the authors.  
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 10, 2014
Ten intensive care unit nurses and 10 medical resident physicians were interviewed to compare their perceptions of the process of nurse-physician collaboration. The grounded theory method for concept development recommended by Strauss and Corbin (1990) was used. The core of the process of...
Judith Gedney Baggs Jul 3, 2014
OBJECTIVE: To assess and compare levels of nurse-physician collaboration and satisfaction with the decision-making process as reported by critical care nurses, resident physicians (residents), and attending physicians (attendings) in making decisions to transfer individual patients out of the...
Judith Gedney Baggs Jul 2, 2014
Interprofessional education for collaborative practice is an important innovation globally and in US health professions education. The recent spotlight on interprofessional education in the United States was launched by a series of reports in the US Institute of Medicine's Quality Chasm series....
John Gilbert Apr 10, 2014
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