Interprofessional learning in adult critical care: early findings of a focused ethnography study

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Abstract

Summary: This poster showcases the emergent findings from a focused ethnographic study looking into the Inter-professional Learning culture within Adult Critical Care settings. The research is being conducted as part of doctoral study and reports early findings from 2 of the 3 critical care units researched. Partial participation observation and semi-structured interviews are being used to collect data and constant comparison analysis has thus far revealed 3 themes: ‘Creating Space & Time for IPL’, ‘Collaborative IPL’ and ‘IPL & Humanistic Values’. The emerging theoretical framework is underpinned with social constructionism,complexity and socio-cultural learning theory.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 12 Oct 2016
EventNorth of England Critical Care Annual Conference 2016 - Durham
Duration: 12 Oct 2016 → …

Conference

ConferenceNorth of England Critical Care Annual Conference 2016
Period12/10/16 → …

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