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Interprofessional Conflict and Conflict Management in an Educational Setting

This study describes interprofessional conflicts in a hospital setting from the perspective of three groups of health-science students. Results suggest differences among health professional students in how conflict is experienced and managed. The study concludes that these findings can help improve conflict resolution outcomes and well-being by informing the design of interprofessional curricula.

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Author(s)/Organization(s)
Broukhim et al.
Tags
hierarchy, power, interprofessional conflict, health professional students, wellbeing
Audience
Health-care educator/Trainer
Theme
Organizational and team culture, Psychological protection
Cost
Fee
Format
Article (Peer reviewed)
Sector
Specific to healthcare
Setting
Learning environment
Identity
Not explicitly
Language
English

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