Acute and Long-Term Care: An Exploration of The Role of Knotworking in Supporting Interprofessional Collaboration” Authors: Christina Hurlock-Chorostecki, Mary van Soeren, Kathleen MacMillan, Souraya Sidani, Faith Donald, and Scott Reeves Presentation by: Julianne Williams and Shayonne Ray
Introduction Interprofessional collaboration in the healthcare field is vital for high-quality care patient care. This article looks at the nurse practioner’s role and comprehend how they function in acute and long-term care settings.
Description of Problem The rising problems in healthcare demand exceptional interprofessional skills. As a result, this study was made to show statistics and survey interprofessional collaboration between nurse practioners because of their increased demand and how they care for patient.
Purpose of Study The purpose of this study was to observe nurse practioners and their interactions with other health care professionals in collaboration efforts. This article highlights the term, “knotworking” which is a method that allows various professionals to combine their areas of expertise.
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- Health care provider, Souraya Sidani, Faith Donald