Historical analysis of professionalism in western societies: implications for interprofessional education and collaborative practice

@article{Khalili2014HistoricalAO,
  title={Historical analysis of professionalism in western societies: implications for interprofessional education and collaborative practice},
  author={Hossein AkhondiLeila Khalili and Jodi Hall and Sandra DeLuca},
  journal={Journal of interprofessional care},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={92-7}
}
Health care systems around the world are under tremendous pressure to change their models of health care delivery - from the current multiprofessional health care delivery into interprofessional collaborative care models with the ultimate goal of improving patient/client outcomes. The growing diversity of the population, the increasing number of vulnerable persons (elderly, homeless, those living with chronic health conditions), the complexity of health problems, and the shortage of health care… CONTINUE READING

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