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In order to increase the body of empirical data on health care teams, a three year study of faculty and student teams who participated in the Team-TRAC Program at the University of Nevada, Reno,was undertaken. Three research methods were employed: participant observation, survey and self-report,...
DeWitt C. Baldwin Jr. Jul 25, 2014
BACKGROUND: Communication and collaboration failures can have negative impacts on the efficiency of both individual clinicians and health care system delivery as well as on the quality of patient care. Recognizing the problems associated with clinical and collaboration communication, health care...
Scott Reeves May 20, 2014
General internal medicine (GIM) is a communicatively complex specialty because of its diverse patient population and the number and diversity of health care providers working on a medicine ward. Effective interprofessional communication in such information-intensive environments is critical to...
Scott Reeves May 16, 2014
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