Breaking down the silos
Traditional health roles will be challenged by the shift to teamwork, says a chief nurse. Linda Belardi reports
Graduates will need to be prepared to work in transdisciplinary environments as health professionals start to work together more says South Australia's senior nursing adviser, Associate Professor Lydia Dennett. "Traditionally nurses, doctors and allied health professionals have operated fairly independently of each other," she told Nursing Review. "But increasingly there is a great recognition that by bringing those professions closer together and working more in a team model, we can truly deliver holistic care to the patient." Dennett said interprofessional learning would also need to be a...
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