The Purpose Scope and Context of Interprofessional Collaboration

We are able to have in-depth discourse about our careers, performances viz the standards and the necessities that can be resolve through complementation, co-optation , ventures, and through resource-sharing (Howskin &amp. Bray, 2008, p. 8). This paper is a personal learning and reflection of this health service provider about interprofessional education, collaboration and working while working with teammates.
This interprofessional collaboration is happening among professionals, organizations, service users, carers and communities (Caipe, 2012), p. 1). The association of health providers work over critical matters on education, health and social care to deliver the necessary quality services to improve peoples’ quality of lives and for healthier communities (Frost &amp. Robinson, 2007, pp. 184-199). Among the many concerns they dealt are issues on nutrition, public health, policies, medical standards, medication of all illnesses or on the need to strategize development to better social services in complementation of health responses to communities (Reeves, Goldman, Oandasan, 2007, pp. 231-235).
Communication is fundamental interaction and in nurturing understanding between the management, health providers, and with the patients (Hena &amp. Dickinson, 2005, pp. 480-491). People who are seeking medical attention came from varied experiences, places, and bear different kinds of illnesses and thus, it is important that all of these are communicated so that the contexts, causes and surrounding circumstances of a case can be understood (Freeth, Hammick, Koppel, &amp. Reeves, 2005, p. 8). Appropriate medical remedies can only be provided when health cases are clear from all vantages (Barr, Koppel, Reevas, Hammick &amp. FReeth, 2005, pp. 1-6)
Communication is an interpersonal skill which capacitates us to interact with varied persons and permeates us to successfully understand them. It’s only through communication that positive relationships with service users