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In this narrative ethnography, Davis (communication studies, University of North Carolina-Charlotte) reveals the mistakes and successes, conflict, and compassion, among an interdisciplinary team of professionals over the course of 16 months as they develop interventions for Kevin, a 14 year old with severe behavior and emotional problems living in poverty.
The impact of all three factors is significantly enhanced by the collaboration of an interdisciplinary team consisting of nursing staff, physicians and Pat Button, Ed.
At a 230-bed long-term care facility in San Antonio, an interdisciplinary team approach reduced antipsychotic use by 74%, anxiolytic use by 23%, and stimulant use by 13% within 6 months, Dr.
To make interdisciplinary teams most powerful, you want a different kind of end point, which is a specific goal, a deliverable, an outcome.
Users, particularly public health officials, are part of an interdisciplinary team.
The Nursing Informatics Taskforce of the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) is conducting a research study to better understand how health information technology affects communication between nurses and the other members of the interdisciplinary team in the acute care setting.
The interdisciplinary team members specific to the initial pilot study were identified to include food and nutrition services, nursing, and speech-language pathology (SLP).
Patients will have access to interdisciplinary teams of health care professionals, which may include physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dieticians and other health care providers.