Training in the Interdisciplinary Environment
This chapter examines training issues in the interdisciplinary setting of palliative care. It discusses various elements involved in training that occur in the palliative care environment that, either through accident or design, often involve individuals from more than one profession or discipline. It suggests that to achieve truly effective professional partnerships with colleagues and provide coordinated, quality palliative care, a move towards interdisciplinary training in teams is not only desired, but essential.
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