COMFORT*. Communication ( narrative) Orientation and opportunity Mindful presence Family Openings Relating Team. * Wittenberg-Lyles, E., Goldsmith, J., Ferrell, B., & Ragan, S. (2012). Communication and palliative nursing . New York: Oxford. Objectives.
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* Wittenberg-Lyles, E., Goldsmith, J., Ferrell, B., & Ragan, S. (2012). Communication and palliative nursing. New York: Oxford.
Interdependence & flexibility
Grey, R. (1996). The psychospiritual care matrix: a new paradigm for hospice care giving. Am J HospPalliat Care, 13(4), 19-25.
Newly created tasks & responsibilities
Collective ownership of goals
Reflection on process
*Least ranked aspect of collaboration
Adapted from: Wynne Whyman (2005). A question of leadership: What can leaders do to avoid groupthink. Leadership in Action, 25(2), 12.