La collaboration interprofessionnelle : cas d’un service de pédiatrie d’un hôpital universitaire au Liban
- Romelaer, Pierre
Interprofessional collaboration (IPC) is an innovating concept which emerges in organization and management theory and which is mostly applied to the health sector. As a response to the evidence found in the literature as to the lack of precise definitions of IPC and to the existence of many underlying concepts which renders its applicability difficult, we propose a generic definition and three contextualized definitions of IPC based on the empirical study conducted in three wards of a pediatric unit of a teaching hospital in Lebanon. The case study approach used in this research allows us to compare between the three units, to propose models of IPC which take into consideration the specific environment of each unit and to develop a generic model of IPC. The unique interview grid on which is based this work limits bias from the researcher and subjectivity of the actors. This tool allows us to highlight the perception of actors of the IPC, the potential situations of IPC, forms of IPC, prerequisites of IPC, facilitating and restrictive factors of IPC and the outcomes.
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Keywords: abductive reasoning; case study; paediatrics; university hospital; interprofessional; démarche abductive; étude de cas; pédiatrie; hôpital universitaire; interprofessionnelle; Collaboration;
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