Developing and maintaining leadership, resilience and sustainability in interprofessional collaboration
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractInterprofessional collaboration has grown significantly in health care organisations, becoming a critical part of the way in which health and social care is delivered. It is now seen as an essential part of effective health care delivery. Health professionals can be assigned to designated teams due to the increasing complexity of health care delivery, or more commonly a number of professionals with different expertise work together in collaborations which can be configured over some distance (Thistlethwaite, Dunston, & Yassine in Journal of Interprofessional Care 32:745–751, 2019).
CitationForman, D., (2020). 'Developing and maintaining leadership, resilience and sustainability in interprofessional collaboration'. In Forman, D., Jones, M., and Thistlethwaite, J. ‘Sustainability and interprofessional collaboration: ensuring leadership resilience in collaborative health care’. Switzerland: Springer Nature, pp. 3-24.
PublisherSpringer International Publishing