The Case for Interprofessional Collaboration recognises andexplores the premium that modern health systems place on closerworking relationships. Each chapter adopts a consistent format anda clear framework for professional relationships, considering thosewith the same profession, other professions, new partners, policyactors, the public and with patients. Section one, Policy into Practice, considers a series of analyticalmodels which provide a contemporary account of collaborationtheory, including global developments. The second section of thebook, Practice into Policy, examines real-life drivers forbehavioural change. The third section evaluates personal learningand learning together. * Highlights the barriers to collaboration, how to overcome them,and the resulting dividends * Enlivens health policy with a view to transformative adaptationsin the workplace * Draws on international examples of effective practice for localapplication This book is designed for those in the early stages of theircareers as health and social care professionals. It is also aimedat managers and educators, to guide them in commissioning andproviding programmes to promote collaboration.
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