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Multiprofessional working, interprofessional learning and primary care: a way forward?

Humphris, Debra (2007) Multiprofessional working, interprofessional learning and primary care: a way forward? Contemporary Nurse, 26, (1), pp. 48-55.

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Abstract

Across all sectors of health and social care there is a growing need for collaboration between professionals, agencies, providers and above all with the people they seek to serve. The significant challenge is how to create, within the existing and future workforce, the capability to work in multi professional teams capable of effective collaboration.

The intention of this paper is to explore the implications that multi- or more specifically interprofessional learning may have for collaboration within primary care. As part of this, the state of the current evidence base regarding this form of learning will be explored. However, just as this way of learning is but one element in a wider picture of health care, so the focus will also include the implications for a workforce relevant to future primary care.

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Submitted date: 1 June 2007
Published date: 1 August 2007
Keywords: multiprofessional learning, inter-professional education, primary care, workforce innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 49103
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/49103
ISSN: 1037-6178
PURE UUID: cb2e2218-353d-4bf2-b3c9-737d823e0486

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Date deposited: 31 Oct 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:57

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Author: Debra Humphris

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