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Week 2: Interprofessional Collaboration Strategies“The needs of the clients, physicians, and organizational administrators frequently supersede the needs of the nursing staff. In today’s fast-paced environment, people communicate with each other just to get jobs done. Civility and politeness have gone by the wayside in an age of instant gratification and ever-present electronic devices as the mainstay for communication”(Hood 2014)My last position was DON for a Public Health Clinic. The above statement rang true with me. It sums up a large part of my decision to leave. The only way tool people used to communicate wasargument. I have to say it was a remarkably inefficient way to provide patient care. I don’t believe patient care was ever compromised, but I do believe the entire staff from the medical director to the billing department went home exhausted and frustrated at night.“the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), a part of the U.S. Department of