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Multi-professional team-working : the experience and lessons from Covid-19.

by Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.
Publisher: AoMRC, London : 2021.Description: 47p.Summary: The last year and a half has marked a tumultuous period for health and care systems globally, as they responded to the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. In the UK, primary, secondary and community care rapidly altered their ways of working both to support patients with the virus and those with a range of other physical and mental health conditions. This report focuses on the role of multi-professional teams, considering how the members of different occupational groups came together to deliver care differently during the pandemic..Subject(s): multidisciplinary teams | teamwork | out patients | patient medical staff communication | health professionals | Covid-19 | pandemics | health care | NHS | service delivery
Digital copyAvailability: Online access | Online access Note: ; AoMRC reports and guidance. List(s) this item appears in: Covid-19: health and social care recovery in England [January 2023]
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The last year and a half has marked a tumultuous period for health and care systems globally, as they responded to the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. In the UK, primary, secondary and community care rapidly altered their ways of working both to support patients with the virus and those with a range of other physical and mental health conditions. This report focuses on the role of multi-professional teams, considering how the members of different occupational groups came together to deliver care differently during the pandemic.

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