When is collaboration not collaboration? When it's militarized.

@article{Lane2012WhenIC,
  title={When is collaboration not collaboration? When it's militarized.},
  author={Karen L Lane},
  journal={Women and birth : journal of the Australian College of Midwives},
  year={2012},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={29-38}
}
In adopting the medical lobby's preferred definition of collaboration where midwives are legally compelled to seek endorsement for their care plan from an obstetrician, Determination 2010 connotes a form of militarized collaboration and thus negates all that genuine collaboration stands for--equality, mutual trust and reciprocal respect. Using Critical Discourse Analysis, the first half of this paper analyses the submissions from medical, midwifery and consumer peak organisations to the… CONTINUE READING
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