Challenges in Linking Team Effectiveness and Health Outcomes Research. G. Ross Baker, Ph.D. Deborah Tregunno, Ph.D. Madelyn Law, M.A. University of Toronto Academy Health Conference June 9, 2004.
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G. Ross Baker, Ph.D.
Deborah Tregunno, Ph.D.
Madelyn Law, M.A.
University of Toronto
Academy Health Conference
June 9, 2004
Supported in part by a grant from the Connaught Foundation Contributions from work by L. Lemieux-Charles, M. Murray and D. Irvine Doran are gratefully acknowledged
While many see improved teamwork as a critical strategy for creating better quality healthcare there are few studies that demonstrate what team aspects contribute to quality care, or what interventions will improve team performance
Why is that?
What are some useful steps to bridge this divide?
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