Perceptions of interprofessional collaborative practice and patient/family satisfaction
MaryDee Fisher, Chatham University, United States ; Donna Weyant, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, United States ; Susan Sterrett, Chatham University, United States ; Heather Ambrose, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, United States ; Abraham Apfel, DBE Core of Center for Translational Science Institute, United States
Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice Volume 8, Number 1, ISSN 2405-4526 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Interprofessional providers of healthcare services need to function effectively as a team to deliver patient-focused interventions that are safe, of high quality, and clinically effective to generate improved patient outcomes. An academic pediatric hospital conducted a descriptive, correlational study to (a) describe clinicians' perceptions of interprofessional (IP) collaboration and to (b) identify the relationship between Collaborative Practice Assessment Tool (CPAT) scores with selected items from the Press Ganey® (PG) patient satisfaction survey. The results of the study indicated a moderately high perception of IPCP (M = 5.51, SD = 0.75), with the highest perceptions noted in the domains of Patient Involvement (M = 6.18, SD = 0.95) and Decision Making (M = 4.53, SD 0.82). There was no relationship between average CPAT scores and responses on PG (r = 0.009, p = 0.964). Results of this study provide baseline data for future research and can be used to develop strategies that further enhance interprofessional collaborative team practices.
Fisher, M., Weyant, D., Sterrett, S., Ambrose, H. & Apfel, A. (2017). Perceptions of interprofessional collaborative practice and patient/family satisfaction. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice, 8(1), 95-102. Elsevier Ltd.
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