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Collaborative Practice


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Collaborative Practice

Collaborative Practice

Reflections on Collaborative Practice

Women and collaborative practice

Collaborative Governance in Theory and Practice

Interprofessional collaborative practice in palliative care

A Collaborative Approach to Music Therapy Practice in Sensorimotor Rehabilitation

Best Practices for Collaborating with Deaf Communities in Developing Countries

Practitioners research their own practice: collaborative research in family planning

The eCollaborative: using a quality improvement collaborative to implement the National eHealth Record System in Australian primary care practices

The Role of Virtual Communities of Practice in Supporting Collaborative Learning among Social Workers

Medication Therapy Management and Collaborative Health Care: Implications for Social Work Practice

Advancing Social Work Practice in Health Care Settings: A Collaborative Partnership for Continuing Education

Alternative Health Practices in Ethnically Diverse Rural Areas: A Collaborative Research Project

Feasibility of a virtual learning collaborative to implement an obesity QI project in 29 pediatric practices

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH COLLABORATIVE CARE: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT IN GERIATRIC PRACTICE AN OUTCOME STUDY

Clinical Practice Guidelines on Perioperative Cardiovascular Evaluation: collaborative efforts among the American College of Cardiology, the American Heart Association, and the European Society of Cardiology

ATTITUDES AND MANAGEMENT OF ALCOHOL PROBLEMS IN GENERAL PRACTICE: DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS BASED ON FINDINGS OF A WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE SURVEY

ATTITUDES AND MANAGING ALCOHOL PROBLEMS IN GENERAL PRACTICE: AN INTERACTION ANALYSIS BASED ON FINDINGS FROM A WHO COLLABORATIVE STUDY

 

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Social workers are uniquely prepared to provide leadership for collaborative practice, especially when they employ intervention logic. Intervention-driven collaboration develops interdependent relationships among people. These relationships are cemented by norms ...

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