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Qualitative evaluation of the implementation of the Interdisciplinary Management Tool: a reflective tool to enhance interdisciplinary teamwork using Structured, Facilitated Action Research for Implementation

Qualitative evaluation of the implementation of the Interdisciplinary Management Tool: a reflective tool to enhance interdisciplinary teamwork using Structured, Facilitated Action Research for Implementation

“This paper presents the qualitative evaluation of the Interdisciplinary management tool (IMT), an evidence-based change tool designed to enhance interdisciplinary teamwork through structured team reflection. The IMT incorporates three components: an evidence-based resource guide; a reflective implementation framework based on structured, facilitated action research for implementation methodology; and formative and summative evaluation components...The IMT successfully engaged staff in the change process, and resulted in teams developing creative strategies to address the issues identified.” (p.437)

Nancarrow, S. A., Smith, T., Ariss, S., & Enderby, P. M. (2015). Qualitative evaluation of the implementation of the Interdisciplinary Management Tool: a reflective tool to enhance interdisciplinary teamwork using Structured, Facilitated Action Research for Implementation. Health & Social Care in the Community, 23(4), 437–448. doi: 10.1111/hsc.12173

Resource Theme(s): Developing capstone curriculum to enhance student achievement, How teamwork is evaluated outside of academia

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