Improving Primary Health Care through Collaboration : Barriers to Successful Interprofessional Teams

Thy Dinh
Conference Board of Canada , 2012

This second in a series of four Conference Board of Canada briefings in the Improving Primary Health Care through Collaboration series draws on a literature review to highlight some of the important barriers to inter-professional collaboration. Individual-level barriers include lack of role clarity and trust and hierarchical roles and relationships. Practice-level barriers include lack of strong governance and leadership; difficulties in establishing appropriate skill mix and team size; and inadequate tools for communication. System-level barriers include inadequate interprofessional education and training, suboptimal funding models, and lack of appropriate monitoring and evaluation. -

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