Collaborative practices in unscheduled emergency care: role and impact of the emergency care practitioner--quantitative findings.

@article{Cooper2007CollaborativePI,
  title={Collaborative practices in unscheduled emergency care: role and impact of the emergency care practitioner--quantitative findings.},
  author={Simon Cooper and Judith O'Carroll and Annie Jenkin and Beryl Ann Badger},
  journal={Emergency medicine journal : EMJ},
  year={2007},
  volume={24 9},
  pages={
          630-3
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To identify collaborative instances and hindrances and to produce a model of collaborative practice. METHODS A 12 month (2005-6) mixed methods clinical case study in a large UK ambulance trust. Collaboration was measured through direct observational ratings of communication skills, teamwork and leadership with 24 multiprofessional emergency care practitioners (ECPs); interviews with 45 ECPs and stakeholders; and an audit of 611 patients. RESULTS Quantitative observational ratings… CONTINUE READING
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