Interprofessional learning at work: what spatial theory can tell us about workplace learning in an acute care ward.

@article{Gregory2014InterprofessionalLA,
  title={Interprofessional learning at work: what spatial theory can tell us about workplace learning in an acute care ward.},
  author={Linda Rosemary Gregory and Nick Hopwood and David Boud},
  journal={Journal of interprofessional care},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={200-5}
}
It is widely recognized that every workplace potentially provides a rich source of learning. Studies focusing on health care contexts have shown that social interaction within and between professions is crucial in enabling professionals to learn through work, address problems and cope with challenges of clinical practice. While hospital environments are beginning to be understood in spatial terms, the links between space and interprofessional learning at work have not been explored. This paper… CONTINUE READING

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