Interprofessional working and learning in a UK operating department.

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Authors: Hind, M., Andrewes, C., Galvin, K.T., Jackson, D., Macdonald, K. and Platt-Mellor, S.

Journal: British Journal of Perioperative Nursing

Volume: 11

Pages: 74-83

ISSN: 1467-1026

Developing a seamless team of operating department staff is an ideal to which most departments aspire. Matching skills and knowledge, however, does not necessarily create an efficient or cohesive team who work happily together. Speculation about what makes for successful interprofessional working and learning will not provide answers. In this research study, Martin Hind and his colleagues explore some of the issues and offer some suggestions for a better integrated workforce, working and learning together

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Authors: Hind, M., Andrews, C., Galvin, K., Jackson, D. and Platt-Mellor, S.

Journal: Br J Perioper Nurs

Volume: 11

Issue: 2

Pages: 74-83

ISSN: 1467-1026

This study explores the issues of working and training together for nurses and operating department assistants and practitioners (ODAs/ODPs), based on experiences in an operating department. Interviews and focus groups with nurses, ODAs/ODPs and medical staff were the means of collecting data.

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Authors: Hind, M., Andrews, C., Galvin, K., Jackson, D. and Platt-Mellor, S.

Journal: British journal of perioperative nursing : the journal of the National Association of Theatre Nurses

Volume: 11

Issue: 2

Pages: 74-83

ISSN: 1467-1026

DOI: 10.1177/175045890101100206

This study explores the issues of working and training together for nurses and operating department assistants and practitioners (ODAs/ODPs), based on experiences in an operating department. Interviews and focus groups with nurses, ODAs/ODPs and medical staff were the means of collecting data.

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Authors: Hind, M., Andrews, C., Galvin, K., Jackson, D. and Platt-Mellor, S.

Journal: British journal of perioperative nursing : the journal of the National Association of Theatre Nurses

Volume: 11

Issue: 2

Pages: 74-83

ISSN: 1467-1026

This study explores the issues of working and training together for nurses and operating department assistants and practitioners (ODAs/ODPs), based on experiences in an operating department. Interviews and focus groups with nurses, ODAs/ODPs and medical staff were the means of collecting data.

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