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Definition

As Collaborators, physicians work effectively with other health care professionals to provide safe, high-quality, patient-centred care.

Description

Collaboration is essential for safe, high-quality, patientcentred care, and involves patients and their families,* physicians and other colleagues in the health care professions, community partners, and health system stakeholders.

Collaboration requires relationships based in trust, respect, and shared decision-making among a variety of individuals with complementary skills in multiple settings across the continuum of care. It involves sharing knowledge, perspectives, and responsibilities, and a willingness to learn together. This requires understanding the roles of others, pursuing common goals and outcomes, and managing differences.

Collaboration skills are broadly applicable to activities beyond clinical care, such as administration, education, advocacy, and scholarship.

KEY CONCEPTS

  • Collaboration with community providers: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3
  • Communities of practice: 1.3, 3.2
  • Conflict resolution, management, and prevention: 2.2
  • Constructive negotiation: 2.2
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  • Effective health care teams: all enabling competencies
  • Handover: 3.1, 3.2
  • Interprofessional (i.e. among health care professionals) health care: all enabling competencies
  • Intraprofessional (i.e. among physician colleagues) health care: all enabling competencies
  • Recognizing one’s own roles and limits: 1.2, 3.1
  • Relationship-centred care: all enabling competencies
  • Respect for other physicians and members of the health care team: 2.1, 2.2
  • Respecting and valuing diversity: 1.2, 2.1, 2.2
  • Shared decision-making: 1.3
  • Sharing of knowledge and information: 1.3, 3.1, 3.2
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  • Team dynamics: 1.1, 2.2, 3.1
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  • Transitions of care: 3.1, 3.2
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Zara Dress Trafaluc Casual winter Boutique by Physicians are able to:
  • 1. Work effectively with physicians and other colleagues in the health care professions
  • 1.1 Establish and maintain positive relationships with physicians and other colleagues in the health care professions to support relationship-centred collaborative care
  • Dress Zara winter Trafaluc Boutique Casual by 1.2 Negotiate overlapping and shared responsibilities with physicians and other colleagues in the health care professions in episodic and ongoing care
  • 1.3 Engage in respectful shared decision-making with physicians and other colleagues in the health care professions
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  • 2. Work with physicians and other colleagues in the health care professions to promote understanding, manage differences, and resolve conflicts
  • 2.1 Show respect toward collaborators
  • 2.2 Implement strategies to promote understanding, manage differences, and resolve conflicts in a manner that supports a collaborative culture
  • 3. Hand over the care of a patient to another health care professional to facilitate continuity of safe patient care
  • 3.1 Determine when care should be transferred to another physician or health care professional
  • Dress by Zara Casual Trafaluc winter Boutique 3.2 Demonstrate safe handover of care, using both verbal and written communication, during a patient transition to a different health care professional, setting, or stage of care

* Throughout the CanMEDS 2015 Framework and Milestones Guide, references to the patient’s family are intended to include all those who are personally significant to the patient and are concerned with his or her care, including, according to the patient’s circumstances, family members, partners, caregivers, legal guardians, and substitute decision-makers.