This model of nursing has gained in popularity because its orientation fits very well with many of the current trends in health care. There has been a growing demand for further elaboration of the McGill Model concepts and how they play out in practice. The notion of collaboration was first described almost thirty years age and since then graduates, faculty and students have further developed these ideas in their practice and teaching. Many of these practice discoveries have yet to be published. The Collaborative Partnership Approach to Care: A Delicate Balance, 1e, brings together some of these discoveries by expert clinicians and teachers who use a collaborative approach to care.
- Foundations of Collaborative Partnership
- The Essential Ingredients of a Collaborative Partnership
- The Spiraling Model of Collaborative Partnership
- Factors that Shape the Collaborative Partnership
- Nursing Strategies for a Collaborative Partnership
- Indicators of Collaborative Partnership
- Ask The Experts I: Questions About Collaboration With Different Groups, in Different Settings and Within Different Time Frames (H1)
- Ask The Experts II: Questions About Collaboration And The Nurse-Person Relationship
Feeley, Nancy Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, McGill University and senior researcher and Sir Mortimer B. Davis Jewish General Hospital.
Dalton, Cindy Clinical Nurse Specialist, Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, Canada.