← Issues chapter 12 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Characteristics of effective collaboration
- key features necessary for collaboration
- Upper level
- a Used when one side makes the decision to cease discussion and withdraw
- b collaboration where providers retain responsibility and accountability for their own aspects of care and patients are directed to other providers when problem is beyond their expertise
- c effective communication skills, mutual respect and trust, giving and receiving feedback, decision making and conflict management
- d Type of communicator style that can be taught by modeling the behavior of obvious listening, such as eye contact while communicating
- e common purpose and goals identified at the onset, clinical competence of each provider, interpersonal competence, humor , trust,valuing and respecting diverse, complementary knowledge.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- mutual goal setting and care planning between the client, physician, nurses and other involved health care providers
- Argumentative; quarrelsome; causing controversy or disagreement
- Type of hierarchical organizational structure that doe not support interdisciplinary collaboration
- is a short term resolution focused on minimizing the felt conflict without resolving it.
- effective communication skills, mutual respect and trust, giving and receiving feedback, decision making and conflict management
5 True/False Questions
Positive → Type of feedback characterized by a communication style that is warm, caring, and respectful
parallel communication → monopolizing the conversation or speaking so forcefully that others feel pushed back and unwilling to respond
Handmaiden → In early years, term used to describe the role of nurse as providing assistance to the dr. In caring for patients
problem solving or confrontation → can be applied through open discussion and through investigation of the dimensions of the coflict
Middle level → Dr. and advanced practice nurse consult with one another...which level of collaborative practice does this represent?