Assigned reading #1: Emich, C. (2018) Conceptualizing collaboration in nursing. Nursing Forum, 53, 567-573. This article provides a concept analysis of collaboration. Do your remember discussing concept analysis in Evidence Based Practice? Collaboration and Teamwork


Team members should respect each other to facilitate successful communication and decision-making in collaborative projects. Therefore, each team member develops friendly connections with others in the team and expresses their opinions in discussions (Emich 2018). When collaborating in healthcare, professionals demonstrate respect for their peers and share knowledge and resources. Discussions and strategies about alternatives for patient care or health system issues benefit from respect and ensuring inclusion on the team. As part of our continuing professional development, it is our mission to politely negotiate disagreements among healthcare team members and to be polite in the face of impoliteness. This will lead to increased mutual understanding and respect through many aspects of the care process (Matziou et al., 2014).

Assigned reading #1: Emich, C. (2018) Conceptualizing collaboration in nursing. Nursing Forum, 53, 567-573. This article provides a concept analysis of collaboration. Do your remember discussing concept analysis in Evidence Based Practice? Collaboration and Teamwork


Team members should respect each other to facilitate successful communication and decision-making in collaborative projects. Therefore, each team member develops friendly connections with others in the team and expresses their opinions in discussions (Emich 2018). When collaborating in healthcare, professionals demonstrate respect for their peers and share knowledge and resources. Discussions and strategies about alternatives for patient care or health system issues benefit from respect and ensuring inclusion on the team. As part of our continuing professional development, it is our mission to politely negotiate disagreements among healthcare team members and to be polite in the face of impoliteness. This will lead to increased mutual understanding and respect through many aspects of the care process (Matziou et al., 2014).

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