Étude sur la contribution de la communication consciente à l'optimisation de la collaboration interprofessionnelle centrée sur la personne
|Authors:||Museux, Anne Claire|
|Advisor:||Dumont, Serge; Baron, Charles|
|Abstract:||Interprofessional collaboration (IPC) is widely considered as an effective and efficient way to provide health and social care. Nevertheless, little research has focused on the issue of communication in the context of IPC, which this study aims to rectify. This is done by exploring the effects of communication training on the collaborative practices of two teams in the health system and social services. This research also documents the adaptability and applicability of that training. A mixed methodology is used. The results underline that after training, a relative increase was observed for both some of the individual performances (improvement in the person-centered approach, as well as role-clarification) and the group performance (collaborating to make a shared action plan). The participants also documented the adaptability and applicability of training. They considered it useful, whereas the proposed formula seemed appropriate even though an accompaniment after training would maximize learning. Keywords: collaborative, interprofessional collaboration, communication, interprofessional education, non-violent communication, conscious communication.|
|Document Type:||Mémoire de maîtrise|
|Open Access Date:||20 April 2018|
|Collection:||Thèses et mémoires|
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