Building the Multidisciplinary Team. AACN Nurse Manager Priorities Thursday September 19, 2013 Julie Lindeman Read, RN, M.S. Area Quality Leader Kaiser Foundation Hospitals Fremont Medical Center Fremont, CA Chapter President, South Bay AACN. Learning Objectives.
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Building the Multidisciplinary Team
AACN Nurse Manager Priorities
Thursday September 19, 2013
Julie Lindeman Read, RN, M.S.
Area Quality Leader
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
Fremont Medical Center
Chapter President, South Bay AACN
A small number of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, set of performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable
-Katzenbach and Smith
Kohn and O’Connell, 2007
The 6 Habits of Highly Effective Teams
Theory developed by Bruce Tuckerman, 1965
Kohn and O’Connell
6 Habits of Highly Effective Teams
Amer Nurses’ Assoc 1980. Nursing :A Social Statement. Kansas City, Mo.
“Collaboration between surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses decreased risk-adjusted morbidity and mortality.”
-Young et al. (1997). Health Care Management Review
“Collaboration between physicians and nurses was related to better patient outcomes in ICUs”
-Baggs et al. (1992). Heart and Lung
“Job satisfaction and workplace empowerment positively related to collaboration”
-Laschinger et al. (2003). J NursAdm
Out with the OLD
Fragmented leadership communication
Reactive problem solving
In with the NEW
Joint leadership meetings
Goals: immediate, future
Interdisciplinary team meetings