Successful interprofessional team interactions are based on communication, shared decision-making, respect, and shared leadership. Through observing and/or participating in interprofessional team interactions, learners have the opportunity to analyze the nature of the interactions as well as the impact on their patients/clients/family.
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- Why Is Disaster Risk Reduction Important
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- How Culture Influences The View Of Mental Illnesses And Behaviors Associated With Them
- Explain The Roles Of The Elder, The Care Provider, And Social Network In Reducing Medication Misuse
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