Creating a Culture for Interdisciplinary Collaborative Professional Practice.

@article{Orchard2005CreatingAC,
  title={Creating a Culture for Interdisciplinary Collaborative Professional Practice.},
  author={Carole A Orchard and Vernon R Curran and Stefane M. Kabene},
  journal={Medical education online},
  year={2005},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={
          4387
        }
}
  • Carole A Orchard, Vernon R Curran, Stefane M. Kabene
  • Published in Medical education online 2005
  • Medicine
  • The future of the health system is dependent on health professionals re-tooling the way we practice together. No longer can a multi-disciplinary model support the complex health needs of many clients nor can any one-health profession have all the knowledge needed to provide total patient-centred care. However, our current education and health systems are structured around a multidisciplinary model of practice with physicians or nurse practitioners as decision-makers and rarely are clients… CONTINUE READING

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