We were delighted by the fast-paced and high quality discussions taking place each month in the CAIPE Student Twitter Chat. In October we discussed the links between professional well-being and effective interprofessional practice. Key points from the discussion were: working in an unsupportive team or working in isolation can produce stress and lack of job satisfaction. These in turn effect outcomes for patients.
Their Resolution urges Member States to: Promote the development of interprofessional teams within services networks through interprofessional training and the diversification of learning environments, realigning professional profiles and new work management processes (task shifting/task sharing) to foment the integration of these teams within health services networks; Develop continuous professional development strategies for health professionals, incorporating new information and communications technologies, telehealth, virtual education,
How often does the chat you didn’t expect to have end up being the best conversation of your day? It might be with a colleague you don’t often get a chance to talk to, the person from another team you never have quite enough time to sit down with, or someone you happen to bump into. Such unexpected conversations can spark ideas, open