Discussion: Interprofessional Collaborative Practice and Advanced Practice Nurses
Interprofessional practice requires that health care practitioners recognize that patient outcomes are better when there is a collaborative team approach in addressing patient health issues. Also, there are barriers to interprofessional practice that must be addressed among health care practitioners. The Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) is an initiative including multiple professions designed to advance interprofessional education so that students entering health care professions are able to view collaboration as the norm and seek collaborative relationships with other providers (IPEC, 2011).
This week your Discussion will focus on interprofessional practice. This Discussion is an opportunity for you to examine your perspective and experiences with interprofessional collaborative practice and to apply your knowledge to managing patient care.
Post at least 250 words (no introduction or conclusion)
2. Also, explain the position on interprofessional practice for (The American Association of College of Nursing)
3 Then, explain what you think is the best collaborative approach to manage Ms. Tuckerno’s care.
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