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Interdependence is one of many factors that influences collaborative health care practice

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posted on 23.08.2021, 10:33 by Hailah Almoghirah, Hamde Nazar, Janet Christina IllingJanet Christina Illing
Sebok-Syer et al describe that while clinical care is delivered collaboratively in a team, assessment of performance in that team is individual. This creates a conceptual paradox as we tend to think of competencies as residing in individuals yet the performance of a student or trainee is influenced by the team in which they work and by the clinical supervision they receive. This relationship has been termed interdependence and is defined as ‘patterns of interaction between individuals, working collaboratively, that can afford or constrain one's performance and potentially shape the practice of a broader healthcare team’.

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The original article is available at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/

Published Citation

Almoghirah H, Nazar H, Illing J. Interdependence is one of many factors that influences collaborative health care practice. Med Educ. 2021

Publication Date

26 June 2021

PubMed ID

34174120

Department/Unit

  • Health Professions Education Centre

Research Area

  • Health Professions Education

Publisher

Wiley

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  • Published Version (Version of Record)