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Noks Nauta, André Weel, Peter Overzier, Jasper von Grumbkow
BACKGROUND: General practitioners (GPs) and occupational health physicians (OHPs) would like to improve their collaboration. This could be achieved through a joint vocational training programme. OBJECTIVE: To assess the social-psychological effects of a joint training programme for GP and OHP trainees for the improvement of interprofessional collaboration. METHODS: Questionnaires taken before, immediately after and 3 months after a 4-day joint training programme; interviews 18 months after completing the training programme...
October 2006: Medical Education
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