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This report is organized in the following fashion: first, we provide key definitions and principles that guided us in identifying core interprofessional competencies. Then, we describe the timeliness of interprofessional learning now, along with...
Madeline H Schmitt May 26, 2015
This paper was originally published in the Proceedings of the Eigth Annual Interdisciplinary Health Team Care Conference, which took place September 18-20, 1986 at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.  It is reproduced here with the permission...
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 13, 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...
Judith Gedney Baggs Jul 2, 2014
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