Interprofessional collaboration among junior doctors and nurses in the hospital setting

by Jennifer M. Weller, Mark Barrow, Sue Gasquoine
Medical Education ()
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Abstract

Evidence suggests that doctors and nurses do not always work collaboratively in health care settings and that this contributes to suboptimal patient care. However, there is little information on interprofessional collaboration (IPC) among new medical and nursing graduates working together for the first time in a multidisciplinary health care team. Our aim was to understand the nature of the interactions, activities and issues affecting these new graduates in order to inform interventions to improve IPC in this context.

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