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TitleTeamwork in healthcare: Promoting effective teamwork in healthcare in Canada
Type of document
Systematic review addressing other questions
Type of questionMany
Focus
Specific
TargetNot yet available
Health system topic(s)
Governance arrangement
Organizational authority
Networks/multi-institutional arrangements
Commercial authority
Licensure & registration requirements
Professional authority
Training & licensure requirements
Scope of practice
Professional liability
Delivery arrangement
By whom care is provided
Staff/self - Shared decision-making
System - Performance management
Skill mix - Multidisciplinary teams
Staff - Support
Where care is provided
Site of service delivery
Implementation strategy
Provider-targeted strategy
Educational material
Educational meeting
Organization-targeted strategy
DomainThis document has not been identified as addressing a specific domain
Last year literature searchedNot reported
Quality rating2/11 (AMSTAR rating from Program in Policy Decision-making)
Countries in which studies (included in the synthesis) were conducted
Canada
User-friendly summaryNo user-friendly summary available
Scientific abstractNo scientific abstract available
Full-text reportFull-text report (free)
CitationOandasan I, Baker GR, Barker K, Bosco C, D'Amour D, Jones L et al. Teamwork in healthcare: Promoting effective teamwork in healthcare in Canada. Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Health Services Research Foundation; 2006.
DOINot available
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Health Systems Evidence is an initiative of the McMaster Health Forum.

Health Systems Evidence is supported by a collaboration between the McMaster Health Forum and four partners:
1) Program in Policy Decision-making; 2) Cochrane Canada and its Policy Liaison Office;
3) Health Information Research Unit's McMaster PLUS and McMaster Search Filters; and 4) Rx for Change.

The translations of Health Systems Evidence into languages other than English and French are made possible by a
collaboration between the McMaster Health Forum and five additional partners:
1) WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean and 2) American University of Beirut (for Arabic);
3) Evidence-Based Medicine Center, Lanzhou University (for Chinese);
4) Pan American Health Organization (for Portuguese and Spanish); and 5) WHO Regional Office for Europe (for Russian).