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group
individuals assembled togher with a COMMON characterisitc (student spouses)
team
grop working together to accomplish an AGREED ON TASK (football team) *note, not every group is a team
interdisciplinary team
IDT: group members EACH TRAINED in DIFFERENT CONCEPTS and skills; organized ina a division OF LABOR AROUND A COMMON PROBLEM; COMMUNICATE to examine the problem, entire group RESPONSIBLE for outcome
Ex-pediatrics
online
handling a situation during a group meeting
offline
handling a sitaution at any other time o/sde the meeting
task orientation
working towards an assigned problem
process orientation
working to maintain or improve the group and its processes
*test*list the four stages of team development
1. oreintation (forming)
2. choasos (storming)
3. cohesion/conflict (norming)
4.true team/interdepence (performing)
Oreintation/(forming)
get acquianted
2. establish basic operation and behav gr rules
3. establish/claify goals
Choases (storming)
1. power struggles
2. divergent opinions and hidden agendas surface
3. win/lose approach
Cohesion/conflict (norming)
1. "team spirit" emergess
2. rules and roles become consistent
3. "Job becomes the boss"
True team/interdependence
"performing"
1. high commitment
2. high morale
3. high creativity
4. high loyality
3. list at least 6 items discussed in class which might be part of "team ground rules"
a. when/where to meet?
b. who to notify if miss?
c. cancellations and reshceduling?
d. decisions made?
e. encouraging diverse views
f. ** participation
i. does whole team support final decsion?
list 6 supportive behaviors in groups:
1. initaing procedures (setting an agenda,tasks)
2. prob clarification-when are due dates?
3. generating info (rquest facts/ideas)
4. decsion testing
5.summarizing
6.participating/including
7.comprosing
8.reducing tension-humor ok
9. testing agreement (group satisfacation?)
list 6 destructive behaviors:
1. aggressing
2. withdrwing-acting passivley
3. competing-vying for credit
4. dominating
5. negating-finding flaws
6. violating gr rules
7.false aggrement-
8. digressing-off on tangents
9. whining/complaing-
5. Decsion making techs-depends on the situation:
1. consensus-not everyone likes the decsion, but all agrree to support it
use: when team commitment is imp, and everyone gets a say
majority vote
majority wins
use when: large numbers-only two viable options available
decision strat #3
committ: small group decides for all
Use: reserach needed, cople taks or expertise required
Decision strat #4
paritipative* most used in professional enviromnet: grop gives input to leader who condisers and decides
Use: team leader wants opionions and info; when team 'buy in' of decsion is impt
decision strat #5
authority, leader decides everything
Use: day to day operations, ER situations
Decision strat #6
Expert: expert makes the decsion
Use: team members lack expertise; team is already polarized and needs o/side opinoins
Decsion Strat #7
unamious vote: all must agreet o teh decision:
use: when team wants solidarity
Health Care Team #1
nurses:
2-4 yrs training=RN
4yr=BSN degree
1. licensed to perform procedures under physician supervision
2. "the diagnosisi and treatment of the hman response to illness"
3. scop: restorative, supportive, and promotive issues
Grad Nursing Training
*requires a nursing degree and completion advanced training in a specilty field
1. scope: restricted to a given speciality
2. licensed to practive INDERPENDLTY in their specialty in most areas
3. have limited prescribing rights
FNP, PNP, NA, NM (anethetis and midwife)
Pharmacy scope
use of meds
Scope: prep and dispense meds; study effects of meds, iditribut pharm infor and pt counseling
PharmD program
6 years-includes resienceis and specializations; versus the old RPh (5 year program in 1990)
3 areas of pharmacy
a. community/clincial-operate in retail settings/hospitals
b. consulting pharm-provide medication managemnet support to physicians
c. research based pharmacists
Denistry-
scope
Focus on all aspcts of the oral cavity and the maxillofacil region
Scope: total managment of pts including diagnosis and medical/surgical treatments
How long do dentists train?
Dentists train for 8 years (4 under + 4 professional) to obtain the equivlanet DDS or DMD degrees; they may then enter post-graduate training to obtain masters degress in a given specility
*dentits are full prescribers but mainly use antibiotics and pain meds
Physicians Assistant& scope
Focus on diagnosis and treatment in all medical specialities under the supervision of a physician
Scope: all med and surgical fields w/in the scope and comfort of their supervising physician
Are PA's licensed for independent practice?
NO
PA requirement?
2 or 4 year ed programs generally at masters degree level thru some are baccalauereate/
1. min of 1 year didactic and 1 yr clincal training
IN some states (such as WV), PA's are ..
licensed separately by MD and DO boards
What is PA's prescribing abilities?
varies b/n states (e.g. in WV, limited controlled susjtance prescribing)
PA
tested every 6 yers; must be licsned in each state; depends on wheter its an MD or DO; only 48 hr naroctics, in WV PA's can write drugs