Team Principles and Team Member Qualities for Collaborative Practice.
Written Assignment: Both the Mitchell, Wynia, Golden, McNellis, Okun, Webb, Rohrbach, and Von Korhorn (2012) report and Kowalski’s chapter in Yoder-Wise (2015) discuss the principles of team-based delivery of health care and the qualities of a team player. In a 1000-1400 word paper drawing from the literature, discuss the following: 1. Assess the team qualities you have mastered thus far in your career and those you feel need further development. 2. Evaluate the health care team you are a member of. Discuss the health professionals that make up the team and their roles, how well the team functions, and what are the important contributions nursing brings to the team. 3. Based on the readings, in what ways do you think team-based delivery of care can be utilized more effectively in your work setting to improve outcomes. This activity will be scored using the written assignment rubric. References Kowalski, K. (2015). Building teams through communications and partnerships. In Yoder-Wise, P. S. Leading and managing in nursing (6th ed., pp. 321-345). St. Louis, MO: Mosby, Inc. Mitchell, P., Wynia, M., Golden, R., McNellis, B., Okun, S., Webb, C. E., Rohrbach, V., & Von Kohorn, I. (2012). Core principles & values of effective team-based health care. Institute of Medicine Roundtable Discussion, Institute of Medicine: National Academies. Retrieved from https://nam.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/VSRT-Team-Based-Care-Principles-Values.pdf • • Brandt, B. F. (2015). Interprofessional education and collaborative practice: Welcome to the “new” forty-year old field. The Advisor, 34(1), 9-17.