Interprofessional Teamwork and Conflict Resolution Introduction Interprofessional teamwork contains numerous benefits since diverse professionals from a variety of disciplines learn with and from one another to improve collaboration and the quality of care. Interprofessional teamwork also contains the potential to improve collaboration for all the members of the health care team since each member of the team has the common goal of enhancing patient and health outcomes. At the same time, conflict is inevitable among team members and primarily develops because team members are working out of highly different perspectives. This paper will only be concerned with interprofessional teamwork and the aspect of conflict resolution. This aspect was...The end:
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