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6053W5MD In the health care setting groups are necessary. They formed for a different reason to accomplish a different task. Nurses work with Interprofessional team almost in every day. Therefore, knowing how to form a team; and become a part of a team is essential. There is time nurses are in supporting position and other times they are leading. In this week’s discussion, I will reflect and share my experiences regarding groups from many years ago. Moreover, we look into the formation, types of groups, and the process of facilitating groups and challenge that comes with it. Group Formation Groups are formed most of the time with a goal in mind to accomplish something. Working in a group is a tool itself to increase efficiency (Marquis& Huston, 2017). There is a task to be done that requires more than one person. Therefore, people get together to form a group most of the time willingly to accomplish the task. Currently, I am not in any group socially or professionally. However, while working in as assistant director of nursing (ADON), about seven years ago, I initiated a group task to increase resident satisfaction. Not knowing the organization nurses and med tech has an unwritten rule of initiation, fell into a trap. Forming a
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  • Fall '18
  • ROSEMARY MC WILLIAMS HAGGINS
  • The A-Team, Group development, Facilitator

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