Running head: THE CRIITICAL RESPONSE PAPER 1 Critical Response on “Nurse Practitioner Interactions in Acute and Long-Term Care: An Exploration of The Role of Knotworking in Supporting Interprofessional Collaboration” Shayonne Ray Julianne Williams Stockton University
THE CRITICAL RESPONSE PAPER 2 The Critical Response Paper Interprofessional collaboration within healthcare is crucial for the best patient outcomes. The article explores research pertaining to healthcare providers, specifically nurse practitioners in acute and long-term care settings, and their role in interprofessional collaboration using knotworking. This paper explores the peer-reviewed journal, “Nurse Practitioner Interactions in Acute and Long-Term Care: An Exploration of The Role of Knotworking in Supporting Interprofessional Collaboration.” Summary The vitality of collaboration in health care was studied through the knotworking process and nurse practitioners were surveyed closely. Regarding this, their interactions, skills, perspectives on care were looked into. In total, twenty-four nurse practitioners in both acute and long-term care, of different geographical region, and at least one year of experience contributed to this study. The research provided in this article demonstrated that most nurse practitioners encountered brief interactions with patients, concluding that the knotworking method has new qualities and improves interprofessional collaboration between nurse practitioners and other members of the healthcare team. In brief, their observed interactions, qualities of knotworking, social practices and opinions of their roles were recorded and these aspects all lead to how interprofessional care is important and ways to adequately implement it in the health field.
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- Fall '19
- Health care provider, Nurse Practitioner Interactions