Foundations of interprofessional collaborative practice in health care / Margaret M. Slusser, Luis I. García, Carole-Rae Reed and Patricia Quinn McGinnis.

By: Slusser, Margaret M [author.]
Contributor(s): García, Luis I [author.] | Reed, Carole-Rae [author.] | McGinnis, Patricia Quinn [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: St. Louis, Missouri : Elsevier Inc., 2019Description: xxi, 257 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780323462419; 0323462413Subject(s): Interprofessional education | Medical care | Medical ethics -- Study and teaching | Interprofessional Relations | Education, medicalAdditional physical formats: Electronic version: Foundations of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in Health Care.DDC classification: 610.711 LOC classification: R834 | .S58 2019
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introduction to Interprofessional Education and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice -- 1.Interprofessional Education and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice -- Healthcare Professional Education: A Call for Change -- The Interprofessional Collaborative Healthcare Team -- Interprofessional Education (IPE) -- Interprofessional Collaboration Competencies -- Global Focus on Interprofessional Education and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice -- 2.Systems Theory: An Approach to Interprofessional Collaborative Practice -- A Framework for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice -- Introduction to Systems Theory -- General Systems Theory -- IPE/IPCP in Healthcare Teams: A Systems Case Study -- System Analysis of the Case Study -- 3.Adopting the Frameworks of Wellness and Patient-Centered Care -- Wellness -- Patient-Centered Care: A New Framework for Health Care -- pt. II Values and Ethics -- Contents note continued: 4.Foundations of Values and Ethics for Interprofessional Practice -- Foundational Concepts -- Overview of Ethical Theories -- Ethical Principles -- Applied Ethics -- Ethical Decision Making -- Moral Courage -- Interprofessional Ethics as an Emerging Field -- 5.The Competency of Values/Ethics -- The Values/Ethics Core Competency Statement -- The Sub-competencies of Values/Ethics for Interprofessional Practice -- Demonstrating the Sub-competencies of Values/Ethics for Interprofessional Practice -- 6.Values/Ethics Case Studies -- Case Study: Medical Marijuana -- Case Study: Risk to Public Health -- Case Study: Confidentiality and Teen Pregnancy -- Case Study: Public Health versus Individual Focus of Care -- Case Study: Suspected Drug Abuse -- Case Study: Trauma and Transplant -- Case Study: End-of-Life Care -- Case Study: Dementia -- pt. III Roles and Responsibilities -- 7.Foundations of Professional Roles and Responsibilities -- Contents note continued: Basics of Professional Roles -- Healthcare Professions and Occupations -- Professional Identity Development -- Professional Identity and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice -- Self-Reflection as a Learning Tool -- Roles and Responsibilities in the Context of Teamwork -- 8.The Competency of Roles/Responsibilities -- The Roles/Responsibilities Core Competency Statement -- The Sub-competencies of Roles/Responsibilities -- Demonstrating the Sub-competencies of Roles/Responsibilities -- 9.Roles/Responsibilities Case Studies -- Case Study Activity Guidelines -- Case Study: Co-Treatment at the Bedside -- Case Study: Engaging Diverse Professionals in the Plan of Care -- Case Study: Optimizing Wellness in a Refugee Population -- Case Study: Trauma Patient -- Case Study: Head and Neck Cancer -- Case Study: Overlapping Roles -- Case Study: Disaster Preparedness -- Case Study: More Than Cleaning Products, It's My Job -- Contents note continued: Case Study: Quick Reaction in the Emergency Room -- pt. IV Interprofessional Communication -- 10.Foundations of Interprofessional Communication -- Basics of Interprofessional Communication -- Types of Communication -- Cultural Considerations in Communication -- Active Listening -- Vocabulary and Interprofessional Communication -- Interprofessional Communication Tools -- Difficult Conversations Within the Interprofessional Team -- 11.The Competency of Interprofessional Communication -- The Interprofessional Communication Core Competency Statement -- The Sub-competencies of Interprofessional Communication -- 12.Interprofessional Communication Case Studies -- Case Study Activity Guidelines -- Case Study: Communicating Accurate Information in a Care Situation -- Case Study: Communication in an Emergency -- Case Study: Stimulating Interprofessional Education and Collaboration During a Clinical Rotation -- Contents note continued: Case Study: Looking at Patients Through Different Lenses -- Case Study: Intervening During a Dangerous Situation -- Case Study: Providing Community Access to Prenatal Care for Teens -- Case Study: Teamwork in a School Setting -- pt. V Teams and Teamwork -- 13.Foundations of Teams and Teamwork -- Why Is Teamwork Important in Health Care? -- The Healthcare Team -- Healthcare Team Development -- Leadership of Healthcare Teams -- Healthcare Team Behaviors -- Team Effectiveness -- 14.The Competency of Teams and Teamwork -- The Teams and Teamwork Core Competency Statement -- The Sub-competencies of Teams and Teamwork -- 15.Teams and Teamwork Case Studies -- Case Study Guidelines -- Case Study: Team or "Pseudoteam" -- Case Study: Providing Team-Based Care in a School Setting -- Case Study: Community Health Concerns -- Case Study: Wheelchair Seating Clinic -- Case Study: Discharge Dilemma: Managing Disagreements -- Contents note continued: Case Study: Cross-Monitoring for Smooth Recover -- Case Study: Interprofessional Team Rounds in Acute Care -- pt. VI Practicing Collaboratively -- 16.Interprofessional Collaborative Case Studies -- Case Study Activity Guidelines -- Case Study: Emergency in a Rural Clinic -- Case Study: Emergency in the Factory -- Case Study: Teamwork Challenges -- Case Study: Neighborhood Pharmacy versus Mail Order Pharmacy -- Case Study: Tic, not Tick! -- Case Study: Amputation -- Case Study: To Tube or not to Tube -- Case Study: "Noncompliant" -- Case Study: Pediatric Patient -- Case Study: Miscommunication -- Case Study: Pharmacy Saves the Day -- Case Study: Liver Transplant Intensive Care Unit Team -- Case Study: The Doctor Has Had it With the Paperwork -- Case Study: Your Dentist Until Death Do Us Part.

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