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This book provides the reader with the underpinning theoretical and practical knowledge, skills and understanding to work effectively as a member of an interprofessional team. This is essential for quality health and social care delivery that is focused on the needs of the patient/client.
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Chapter 1 - Introduction - The key concepts of interprofessional working Chapter 2 - The context of interprofessional working Chapter 3 - Teams, teamwork and team dynamics Chapter 4 - Leadership and expertise Chapter 5 - Communicating with each other Chapter 6 - Interprofessional learning within a practice context Chapter 7 - Barriers to effective interprofessional working Appendix 1 -Rapid recap answersAbout the Author:
Dr. Jane Day is currently Head of Division for Practice Learning and Midwifery, within the School of Nursing and Midwifery at University Campus Suffolk. Her professional background is that of a therapeutic radiographer, and part of the responsibility within her current role is the management of the pre registration Interprofessional Learning Programme provided for all pre registration professional students at UCS.
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