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The Dynamics of Inter-professional Relationships and how They Impact on Inter-professional Working and the Quality of Care
Pages 6 (1506 words)
The dynamics of inter-professional relationships and how they impact inter-professional working and the quality of care <Student Name> <Name and Section # of course> <Instructor Name> <Date> There are certain professions in which the professional working in the working environment does not need to directly interact with the customer or the people they wish to benefit.
Examples of this would include professions such as interior designing or perhaps construction work. In these types of professions, there is a strictly one-on-one relationship. That is to say, one consumer is dealt with by one professional, and that consumer is not directly concerned with the other professionals in that particular workplace. Another example of professions however is one where an entire setting is expected to cater to the needs of one person, as a collective and collaborative team effort. The most prime example of this is any profession related to the medical sector, be it a doctor, a physiotherapist, or most importantly a nurse. In these sort of professions, inter-professional relationships are extremely important to consider and in fact can be the key to successful collaboration and would therefore have a direct impact on the comfort and satisfaction of the patient. This begs the questions of what exactly inter-professional working is. Loosely defined, the concept of various professionals working together towards the care of one particular patient is referred to as inter-professional working. More specifically, the definition of inter-professional working, as defined by Waddingtion (2007) is '…care which involves professionals from different disciplinary backgrounds (e.g. ...
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