The historical social positioning of nursing and medicine: implications for career choice, early socialization and interprofessional collaboration.

@article{Price2014TheHS,
  title={The historical social positioning of nursing and medicine: implications for career choice, early socialization and interprofessional collaboration.},
  author={Sheri Lynn Price and Shelley Anne Doucet and Linda McGillis Hall},
  journal={Journal of interprofessional care},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={103-9}
}
For almost half a century, research has identified that effective teamwork is essential in order to enhance care provision and health outcomes for patients. Although the value of teamwork is well-recognized in healthcare, the historically rooted dynamics of workplace relationships create a myriad of challenges to creating collaborative teams. Understanding the history of interpersonal dynamics between health professionals can provide direction for future interprofessional education and… CONTINUE READING
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