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Partnering for Success: Development and Implementation of an Interprofessional Community-Academic Navigation Program.

Sacred Heart University College of Nursing and Western Connecticut Healthcare Network developed an innovative community/academic partnership program known as iCAN (Interprofessional Community-Academic Navigation). The goal was to navigate services for some of the most vulnerable clients in the community. Challenges are inevitable within any partnership, but the team combated challenges and created a successful collaborative student program. Increased awareness into social determinants of health as well as i...

A Collaborative Partnership for Improving Newborn Safety: Using Simulation for Neonatal Resuscitation Training.

The latest Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) guidelines suggest the use of team-based training using simulation. Furthermore, psychometric testing of instruments appropriate to measure team performance in NRP is needed. This study evaluated the effects of simulation on the training and performance of the health care team attending deliveries at a rural community hospital.

Organizing a Multidisciplinary Research Team: Strategies, Execution, and Outcomes.

Maintaining a competitive edge is increasingly imperative for surgical research teams. To publish as efficiently and effectively as possible, research teams should apply business strategies and theories in everyday practice. Drawing from concrete examples in both the corporate and nonprofit worlds, and by reflecting on the practices of the Michigan Comprehensive Hand Center for Innovation Research, this article identifies important business theories that can be applied to plastic surgery research. These the...

'Secret Lists and Sanctions': The Blacklisting of the John Lewis Partnership and the Politics of Pay in 1970s Britain.

In 1977, the John Lewis Partnership (JLP) was blacklisted for breaching the Labour government's pay controls under the Social Contract. As the Callaghan administration struggled to establish economic credibility, extending its reach into the private sector emerged as a political priority. JLP became a test case of government resolve months before the Ford strike of autumn 1978 that ushered in the Winter of Discontent. This article uses JLP records to create a more nuanced picture of the tensions, contestati...

Aid Effectiveness in the Sustainable Development Goals Era Comment on "It's About the Idea Hitting the Bull's Eye": How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations".

Over just a six-year period from 2005-2011, five aid effectiveness initiatives were launched: the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness (2005), the International Health Partnership plus (2007), the Accra Agenda for Action (2008), the Busan Partnership for Effective Cooperation (2011), and the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) (2011). More recently, in 2015, the Addis Ababa Action Agenda (AAAA) was signed at the third international conference on financing for development and t...

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Carbon allowance allocation in the shipping industry under EEDI and non-EEDI.

The CO emissions targets in this study are based on the Paris Agreement, which aims to cut emissions in 2050 to half of the 2005 levels, with a focus on the shipping industry. This study uses data for various kinds of vessels following the guidelines set in the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) and examines emission levels and the results of using different strategies during three different business climates. Carbon allowance allocations and cost benefit ratios (CBR) are included. The results show that ...

Interprofessional Collaborative Team Development in China: A Grounded Theory Study.

To generate a theory of Interprofessional Collaborative Team Development in China.

The Team, the Team, the Team: What Critical Care Research Can Learn From Football Teams.

Parents' and nurses' experiences of partnership in neonatal intensive care units: a qualitative review and meta-synthesis.

To explore how parents and nurses experience partnership in neonatal intensive care units (NICU) and to identify existing barriers and facilitators to a successful partnership.

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Key aspects of building retrofitting: Strategizing sustainable cities.

Many cities are making efforts to develop an urban transformation strategy in order to transition from traditional cities to sustainable ones. Improving the energy efficiency of buildings, especially existing ones, is key to combating climate change. This paper uses a business perspective to analyze and compare three major retrofitting interventions under implementation in three different European cities, Nantes, Hamburg and Helsinki, to capture the principal needs and challenges and to identify governance...

Addressing Family Medicine's Capacity to Improve Health Equity Through Collaboration, Accountability and Coalition-Building.

Achieving health equity requires an evaluation of social, economic, environmental, and other factors that impede optimal health for all. Family medicine has long valued an ecological perspective of health, partnering with families and communities. However, both the quantity and degree of continued health disparities requires that family medicine intentionally work toward improvement in health equity. In recognition of this, Family Medicine for America's Health (FMAHealth) formed a Health Equity Tactic Team ...

A Case Study: A Team Approach to Professional Development and Accountability.

Excellent front-line care givers are often promoted to supervisory positions due to their abilities, knowledge, and excellent communication and critical thinking skills. However, they often lack knowledge in the 5 essential leadership domains. These newly appointed supervisors and managers are eager to learn these new competencies, but often their organization is not able to provide them. Management and leadership skills are often learned on the job. Professional development is left up to the individual. As...

A lonely business: reflections on the wellbeing and morale of dental teams.

With the evolution of humanising patient-dentist interaction within healthcare has come an equal need to humanise staff interaction in order to optimise patient care. There is growing evidence to support the need to invest in enhancing team morale, given that its impact, when low, results in reduced quality of patient care. This paper endeavours to reflect on dental teams' wellbeing and morale and propose a strategy for change to enhance these aspects of team interactions. The theme throughout is to focus o...

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Team Resource Management Perception Under Managerial Coaching Skills and Organizational Climate: Cross-Level Analysis in Taiwan's Hospitals.

There is growing recognition of the importance of teamwork and integration of resources in the health care industry. This article studied the influence of organizational climate and managerial coaching skills on team perception of team resource management (TRM) and coaching techniques in selected hospitals in Taiwan. Structural survey method was used to measure the relationship between organizational climate, managerial coaching skills, and team perception of TRM. The participants of this research were 530 ...

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Business Leaders' Attitudes About Value of Employee and Community Health.

This study uses qualitative methodology to describe a range of business leaders' attitudes about health.

First Nation paths to well-being: lessons from the Poverty Action Research Project.

This paper describes a poverty reduction approach to addressing an important determinant of health and well-being among Canada's First Nations. The Poverty Action Research Project (PARP) has its origins in the Make Poverty History Committee established by the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) in 2008. Academic members of the Committee in cooperation with the AFN subsequently applied for an action research grant to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). The project selected five volunteer First Nat...

NBA team home advantage: Identifying key factors using an artificial neural network.

What determines a team's home advantage, and why does it change with time? Is it something about the rowdiness of the hometown crowd? Is it something about the location of the team? Or is it something about the team itself, the quality of the team or the styles it may or may not play? To answer these questions, season performance statistics were downloaded for all NBA teams across 32 seasons (83-84 to 17-18). Data were also obtained for other potential influences identified in the literature including: stad...

Does "replacing business tax with value-added tax" promote the energy efficiency of the logistics industry in China?

This paper investigates the relationship between "replacing business tax with value-added tax" (RBTVT) and the total factor energy efficiency (TFEE) of the logistics industry using regression discontinuity (RD) method, and the research shows that the TFEE of the logistics industry in China has presented a benign growth trend. RBTVT has significantly promoted the development of TFEE in the logistics industry, and its influence has mainly stemmed from the improvement of green technology progress. Moreover, th...

Challenges to building and maintaining partnership in the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries in spinal cord injury: a qualitative study of health professionals' views.

The effective management of spinal cord injury (SCI) requires partnership between people with SCI and health professionals (HPs). This paper identifies HPs’ perceived challenges in building and maintaining this partnership, with a specific focus on how people with SCI and HPs collaborate in the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries (PIs) in SCI.

Team climate mediates the effect of diversity on environmental science team satisfaction and data sharing.

Scientific research-especially high-impact research-is increasingly being performed in teams that are interdisciplinary and demographically diverse. Nevertheless, very little research has investigated how the climate on these diverse science teams affects data sharing or the experiences of their members. To address these gaps, we conducted a quantitative study of 266 scientists from 105 NSF-funded interdisciplinary environmental science teams. We examined how team climate mediates the associations between t...

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