Building positive relationships in healthcare: evaluation of the Teams of Interprofessional Staff interprofessional education program.

@article{Bajnok2012BuildingPR,
  title={Building positive relationships in healthcare: evaluation of the Teams of Interprofessional Staff interprofessional education program.},
  author={Irmajean Bajnok and Derek Puddester and Colla Jean MacDonald and Douglas Archibald and David Kuhl},
  journal={Contemporary nurse},
  year={2012},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={
          76-89
        }
}
The Teams of Interprofessional Staff (TIPS) project consisted of five healthcare teams from across Ontario, participating in three, two-day face-to-face interprofessional educational (IPE) sessions over an 8-month period. The purpose of TIPS was to explore whether interprofessional team development for practicing healthcare professionals, makes a difference in team functioning, team member satisfaction, ability to work effectively both individually and as a team, and improved patient well-being… CONTINUE READING
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