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The Increasing Complexities of Professionalism

Frederic W. Hafferty, Brian Castellani
2010 Academic Medicine  
For the most part, Flexner used the term descriptively.  ...  *Throughout this article, we alternate between the term profession (as a conceptual referent, similar to how one might use the terms bureaucracy and free market) and the term professions (a descriptive  ...  decision making.  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0b013e3181c85b43 pmid:20107359 fatcat:i7uds6f24jchflc4dygifvybt4

Professional Socialization and Attitudes Towards Interprofessional Collaboration Among Graduate Social Work and Health Professions Students

Allison West, Shari Miller, Judith Leitch
2017 Advances in Social Work  
Although there is an aggressive push towards interprofessional collaboration in higher education as well as in practice, the traditional culture and organization of higher education, as well as the need  ...  for and history of disciplinary distinction, may impede these efforts.  ...  With this framework as a backdrop, there are additional factors to consider, in particular when trying to understand the complex interactions necessary for effective interprofessional collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.18060/19809 fatcat:ypqjrozdlrhazexbli5scob57m

Intraprofessional workplace learning in postgraduate medical education: a scoping review

Lara Teheux, Ester H. A. J. Coolen, Jos M. T. Draaisma, Marieke de Visser, Nynke D. Scherpbier-de Haan, Wietske Kuijer-Siebelink, Janiëlle A. E. M. van der Velden
2021 BMC Medical Education  
Learning outcomes were reported in the domains of patient-centred care, collaborative attitudes and respect, mutual knowledge and understanding, collaborative decision making, communication, leadership  ...  This study applied 'best fit' framework-based synthesis to map the existing evidence, using the presage-process-product (3P) model developed by Tynjälä (2013).  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Alice Tillema for her contributions to developing the search strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-021-02910-6 pmid:34493263 fatcat:ylub5k2bbzdvllzvejxpr2gmpa

Transformation through tension: The moderating impact of negative affect on transformational leadership in teams

Rebecca Mitchell, Brendan Boyle, Vicki Parker, Michelle Giles, Pauline Joyce, Vico Chiang
2014 Human Relations  
of interprofessional motivation and openness to diversity, and a moderating role for negative affect.  ...  Findings from a survey-based study of 75 healthcare teams support the utility of this model.  ...  These teams were deemed particularly suitable for investigating the study model as they were involved in making complex decisions requiring the use of professional knowledge structures, which, following  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018726714521645 fatcat:a2eeknb6sfbhtoml6jwuk3lqoi

Interprofessional team-based placements: The importance of space, place, and facilitation

Margo L. Brewer, Helen Louise Flavell, Joanne Jordon
2017 Journal of Interprofessional Care  
; exposure to a wide range of professions in practice settings; the approach of the facilitators; and students' previous clinical experience, year level and the timing of the placement.  ...  In this article we report findings from a qualitative study involving a series of focus groups with health sciences' students during their interprofessional placements in three community health settings  ...  Acknowledgements Financial support for the interprofessional clinical placements described in this study was received from both Curtin University and the Australian government.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13561820.2017.1308318 pmid:28467132 fatcat:4gyyuawgnzgxfl2k7cwe4rczhm

A best evidence systematic review of interprofessional education: BEME Guide no. 9

M. Hammick, D. Freeth, I. Koppel, S. Reeves, H. Barr
2007 Medical Teacher  
towards others in the service delivery team.  ...  In this way we sought to help shape future interprofessional education and maximize the potential for interprofessional learning to contribute to collaborative practice and better care.  ...  They found that the model was useful in helping to untangle the complex web of factors that promoted and inhibited success in this initiative.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01421590701682576 pmid:18236271 fatcat:nvplhklk55dnre2s3n5bkzg4eq

Seeing what works: identifying and enhancing successful interprofessional collaboration between pathology and surgery

Katherine Carroll, Jessica Mesman, Heidi McLeod, Judy Boughey, Gary Keeney, Elizabeth Habermann
2018 Journal of Interprofessional Care  
Utilising frozen section technologies, Mayo Clinic has one of the lowest reoperation rates for breast lumpectomy in the United States.  ...  interprofessional communication.  ...  Disclosure Statement The authors report no conflict of interest. The authors alone are responsible for the content and writing of this article. ORCID  ... 
doi:10.1080/13561820.2018.1536041 pmid:30335537 fatcat:p4vsyiseizaxlpalchkprppjme

Development of a program theory for shared decision-making: a realist synthesis

Tamara Waldron, Tracey Carr, Linda McMullen, Gill Westhorp, Vicky Duncan, Shelley-May Neufeld, Lori-Ann Bandura, Gary Groot
2020 BMC Health Services Research  
Shared Decision-making (SDM), a medical decision-making model, was popularized in the late 1980s in reaction to then predominate paternalistic decision-making, aiming to better meet the needs of patients  ...  As such, we set out to address: "In which situations, how, why, and for whom does SDM between patients and health care providers contribute to improved engagement in the Shared Decision-making process?  ...  France Légaré for her insight; and guidance on the development of our program theory.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-019-4649-1 pmid:31973754 pmcid:PMC6979294 fatcat:puxxd4whwfhkhfeczsz33e4rm4

Harmony or dissonance? The affordances of palliative care learning for emerging professional identity

Frances Kilbertus, Rola Ajjawi, Douglas Archibald
2020 Perspectives on Medical Education  
Viewing learning as a process of becoming allows teachers, curriculum developers and administrators to appreciate the complexity and importance of the interplay between the individual and the workplace  ...  Viewing learning as a process of becoming through the interplay of individual, social relationships and cultures, offers a novel perspective from which to explore the affordances for professional identity  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40037-020-00608-x pmid:32856171 fatcat:vvaj3darefe7dnqq3rz7x6c3k4

The The Difficult Case Consultation: An intervention for interprofessional health communication

Elissa Foster, Jay Baglia
2022 Qualitative Research in Medicine & Healthcare  
The intervention method that emerged from the project — the Difficult Case Consultation (DCC) — is a theoretically-grounded process that helps teams to analyze and address complex communication problems  ...  An interprofessional group of healthcare practitioners sought a new approach to the early detection, prevention, and resolution of "difficult cases" in the inpatient care context.  ...  The emotional effect of the consultation was like the untangling of a complex knot that had kept the team immobilized.  ... 
doi:10.4081/qrmh.2021.9977 fatcat:cs4t2dxo7zbmrfltggnlpkthzi

Untangling the inter-relatedness within integrated care programmes for community-dwelling frail older people: a rapid realist review

Anam Ahmed, Maria E T C van den Muijsenbergh, Janne C Mewes, Walter P Wodchis, Hubertus J M Vrijhoef
2021 BMJ Open  
, organisation, service delivery, HCP and patient).  ...  Factors were categorised into the five strategies of the WHO framework of integrated people-centred health services (IPCHS). 27 papers were included.  ...  Training and education of HCPs in, for example, shared decision-making, patient empowerment, interprofessional collaboration and communication (C) needs to be an integral part of the healthcare system,  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-043280 pmid:33895713 pmcid:PMC8074568 fatcat:3cfkvxgkkrhmhpjos27ovkbpiy

Theory and Practice in the Design and Conduct of Graduate Medical Education

Brian David Hodges, Ayelet Kuper
2012 Academic Medicine  
They challenge educators to reconceptualize the goals of medical education, to illuminate maladaptive processes, and to untangle problems such as career choice, interprofessional communication and the  ...  Theories from such disciplines as neuroscience, kinesiology and cognitive psychology offer insights into areas such as memory formation, motor-skills acquisition, diagnostic decision-making and instructional  ...  Acknowledgements and Disclosures Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to Elisa Hollenberg for her assistance with the literature search for and editing of this manuscript. Funding/Support  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0b013e318238e069 pmid:22042213 fatcat:gxyfh2cy7rhyxdvccbaux3t7qm

Full issue

Anne Leseth
2021 Professions and Professionalism  
The method can be characterized as a theme-oriented discourse analysis, which is a qualitative method for analyzing how language constructs professional practice.  ...  The aim of this study is to explore the negotiation of goals in team meetings with patients within a specialized rehabilitation context: What characterizes the dialogue between professionals and patients  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements We wish to thank the anonymous reviewers of this journal for their valuable comments on an earlier draft.  ... 
doi:10.7577/pp.4564 fatcat:seglpbhimjadfdeyef5nmtfpzu

How general practitioners decide on maxims of action in response to demands from conflicting sets of norms: a grounded theory study

Linus Johnsson, Lena Nordgren
2019 BMC Medical Ethics  
In this paper, we develop a conceptual framework that explains how GPs respond, across different fields of interaction in their daily work, to the pressure exerted by divergent norms.  ...  The work of general practitioners (GPs) is infused by norms from several movements, of which evidence based medicine, patient-centredness, and virtue ethics are some of the most influential.  ...  Authors' contributions LJ and LN designed the study, analysed the data, and developed the conceptual framework.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12910-019-0360-3 pmid:31088448 pmcid:PMC6515645 fatcat:hwrnkx7wlnaw3gz7q4sc74qdni

Goal-setting in geriatric rehabilitation: Can the nursing profession meet patients' needs? A narrative review

Anne Marie Vaalburg, Elizabeth Wattel, Petra Boersma, Cees Hertogh, Robbert Gobbens
2021 Nursing Forum  
Strengthening the role of nurses will improve the goal-setting process for patients.  ...  A total of 22 articles were reviewed on patients' experiences, and 12 on the nursing role.  ...  This might reveal that clinicians have a blind spot for this aspect of shared decision making.  ... 
doi:10.1111/nuf.12562 pmid:33625738 pmcid:PMC8451803 fatcat:rykkp7jrljdmdbtk3put7xvsg4
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