Sustaining primary health care teams: what is needed?

  title={Sustaining primary health care teams: what is needed?},
  author={Judith Belle Brown and Laura F Lewis and Kathy Ellis and Christy Beckhoff and Moira Stewart and Thomas R. Freeman and Mariusz Kasperski},
  journal={Journal of interprofessional care},
  volume={24 4},
Research on primary health care teams (PHCTs) has been increasing in recent years, but the main focus of these studies has been on the development and implementation of teams, with less attention given to the means and mechanisms of sustaining these teams (Cashman, Reidy, Cody, & Lemay, 2004; Grumbach & Bodenheimer, 2004). Craigie and Hobbs’ (2004) analysis of two community health practices identified as exemplary illuminated five organizational cultural categories. These findings can be… CONTINUE READING
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