Open Dialogues in social networks: professional identity and transdisciplinary collaboration

@inproceedings{Holmesland2010OpenDI,
  title={Open Dialogues in social networks: professional identity and transdisciplinary collaboration},
  author={Anne-Lise Holmesland and Jaakko Seikkula and \Oystein Nilsen and Mark Steven Hopfenbeck and Tom Erik Arnkil},
  booktitle={International journal of integrated care},
  year={2010}
}
AIM The aim of this article is to explore the challenges connected to the transformation and emergence of professional identity in transdisciplinary multi-agency network meetings and the use of Open Dialogue. INTRODUCTION The empirical findings have been taken from a clinical project in southern Norway concerning multi-agency network meetings with persons between 14 and 25 years of age. The project explores how these meetings are perceived by professionals working in various sectors… CONTINUE READING
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