Interprofessional Collaborative Practice

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Interprofessional collaborative practice is defined as “employing multiple health professionals to work together with patients, families, and communities to deliver best practices, thus ensuring the best patients outcomes”. This practice includes teamwork and team-based practice, communication practices, roles and responsibilities for collaborative practice, values and ethics for interprofessional practices while focusing on the patients and family, community and population. The participating healthcare professionals include Staff from the departments of anesthesia, surgeons, nursing, and techs. Each department works collaboratively to implement professional standards of care, to control iatrogenic and individual risks, to prevent complications, and to promote high-quality patient outcomes. Observing…show more content…
This included checking the OR conditions, and continually assessing the patient for signs of injury and implementing appropriate interventions, ensures cleanliness, proper temperature, humidity, appropriate lighting, safe function of equipment, and the availability of supplies and materials, implements fire safety precautions, and importantly ensures the second verification of the surgical procedure and the site and makes sure it’s documented. The scrub technologist was responsible for: setting up sterile tables, prepare sutures, ligatures, and special equipment and assists the surgeon and the surgical assistants during the procedure by anticipating the instruments and supplies that will be required, sponges, drains, and other equipment and counts the equipment multiple times to make sure nothing is left behind. The surgeons perform the surgical procedure, head the surgical team, and is a licensed physician who are specially trained or qualified for

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