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This paper was originally published in the Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Interdisciplinary Health Team Care Conference, which took place September 22-24, 1994 in Chicago, Illinois.  It is reproduced here with the permission of the authors.  
Madeline H Schmitt Nov 4, 2014
This paper was originally published in the Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Interdisciplinary Health Team Care Conference, which took place September 22-24, 1994 in Chicago, Illinois.  It is reproduced here with the permission of the authors.   The...
Madeline H Schmitt Nov 4, 2014
This paper was originally published in the Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Interdisciplinary Health Team Care Conference, which took place September 9-11, 1993 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  It is reproduced here with the permission of the authors.  
Madeline H Schmitt Nov 3, 2014
This paper was originally published in the Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Interdisciplinary Health Team Care Conference, which took place September 17-18, 1992 in Chicago, Illinois.  It is reproduced here with the permission of the authors.  
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 31, 2014
This paper was originally published in the Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Interdisciplinary Health Team Care Conference, which took place September 20-22, 1990 at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana.  It is reproduced...
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 22, 2014
This paper was originally published in the Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Interdisciplinary Health Team Care Conference, which took place September 21-23, 1989 at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.  It is reproduced here with the permission of...
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 21, 2014
After presenting a theory of team development, we propose that the informal role structure of a team is dependent upon the degree of anomie in the team culture, and we provide measures of anomie and informal roles that can be used in field settings....
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 15, 2014
The authors describe the development and psychometric testing across three study phases of an Attitudes Toward Health Care Teams Scale. The measure contains two subscales: Quality of Care/Process (14 items) and Physician Centrality (6 items). The...
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 14, 2014
The team approach to geriatric care does not automatically result in appropriate decision making with regard to elderly patients with multiple chronic problems and complicated, overlapping needs. In this article, Janis's (1972, 1982) groupâ&#...
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 14, 2014
Despite the frequent claims of the superiority of interdisciplinary teams over more usual care patterns, systematic studies of the effectiveness of geriatric interdisciplinary teams are rare. Illustrated by a review of recent studies are the difficult...
Madeline H Schmitt Oct 14, 2014
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