Competencies for Interprofessional Collaboration

@inproceedings{Bainbridge2010CompetenciesFI,
  title={Competencies for Interprofessional Collaboration},
  author={Lesley Bainbridge and Louise Nasmith and Carole Orchard and Victoria Wood},
  year={2010}
}
Background and Purpose. Interprofessional collaboration in health care is now considered a high priority, as concerns about patient safety, health and human resources shortages, and effective and efficient care have reached epic proportions. Although there are many models for interprofessional education for collaborative, patient-centered care, there is little in the literature to describe competencies for an interprofessional collaborative practitioner. This article will describe an emerging… CONTINUE READING

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