Reflections on Interprofessional Team-Based Clinical Care in the Ebola Epidemic The Nebraska Medicine Experience

Schwedhelm, M., Beam, E., Morris, R., et al. (2015). Reflections on Interprofessional Team-Based Clinical Care in the Ebola Epidemic: The Nebraska Medicine Experience. (Abstract only.) Nursing Outlook. 63(1):27-29.
This article identifies five key characteristics of an effective, interprofessional team in a high-risk, high-pressure situation: training persistence, a wide range of clinical expertise, joint problem solving and creativity, a commitment to learning, and courage.
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