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Toronto_Transdiciplinary_Rev_Oct_99

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Transdisciplinary Collaboration: A Demonstration Project Phyllis M. Connolly, PhD, RN, CS Phyllis M. Connolly, PhD, RN, CS Jean M. Novak, PhD, CCC-SLP Jean M. Novak, PhD, CCC-SLP San Jose State University, San Jose, CA San Jose State University, San Jose, CA Discuss the driving forces related to the need for transdisciplinary collaboration Recognize discipline specific assessment tools and interventions use for SJSU Transdisciplinary Project Identify client specific outcomes based on the Omaha Documentation System Objectives Objectives
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Societal Shifts Nationalism replaced with global economy Social ecology--needs for integration & connections Social capital-- networks, norms, trust, coordination & cooperation
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TRENDS New organizations New forms of delivery systems-- managed care New ways of relating to each other Smaller companies Outsourcing Disease management High-value organizations depend on and expect workers at all levels to be capable of making decisions Health care being driven by changes in industry
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Changing Work Environment Technology Demographics Managed Care Purchaser’s Influence Health Insurance Industry Changing Health Systems Telemedicine
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Relationship to Health Concern not only with costs & benefits but with social, emotional, & physical health Promoting health and providing health care, no longer the exclusive domain of any discipline Need for interdependence to improve population health care outcomes
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Primary Care: Collaboration Needed Anxiety disorders, depression & substance abuse most frequently misdiagnosed in primary care practices
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Through collaborative efforts, provide quality, cost effective services for persons with serious mental illness living in the community while simultaneously preparing future mental health professionals for practice. Project Goal
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Transdisciplinary Collaboration Project San Jose State University San Jose State University Office of Sponsored Programs Office of Sponsored Programs College of Applied Sciences and Arts College of Applied Sciences and Arts School of Nursing  School of Nursing  Nurse Managed Centers Nurse Managed Centers Communication Disorders & Sciences: Communication Disorders & Sciences:     Program & Clinic Program & Clinic Department of Occupational Therapy Department of Occupational Therapy Department of Recreation & Leisure Studies: TR Department of Recreation & Leisure Studies: TR College of Social Work College of Social Work Institute for Teaching & Learning Institute for Teaching & Learning Faculty and Students Faculty and Students Revised 5/99 Revised 5/99 Psychosocial.
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