Becoming part of a multidisciplinary health care team

Patrick CROOKES, Rhonda Griffiths, Angela Brown

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Abstract

Having read and understood this chapter, the reader will be able to: • describe the characteristics of multidisciplinary healthcare teams • discuss the advantages of multidisciplinary teams as a model of providing health care • discuss the attributes that contribute to high levels of satisfaction and effectiveness among members of multidisciplinary teams • outline ways in which conflict may come about in multidisciplinary teams, and • describe strategies for managing conflict in multidisciplinary teams.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationContexts of Nursing
Place of PublicationNSW Australia
PublisherElsevier
Chapter14
Pages208-222
Number of pages15
Edition3
ISBN (Print)9780729579254
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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CROOKES, P., Griffiths, R., & Brown, A. (2009). Becoming part of a multidisciplinary health care team. In Contexts of Nursing (3 ed., pp. 208-222). NSW Australia: Elsevier.
CROOKES, Patrick ; Griffiths, Rhonda ; Brown, Angela. / Becoming part of a multidisciplinary health care team. Contexts of Nursing. 3. ed. NSW Australia : Elsevier, 2009. pp. 208-222
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