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    • Different models of collaboration between education and service
    •   "Collaboration is the most formal inter organizational relationship involving shared authority and responsibility for planning, implementation, and evaluation of a joint effort (Hord, 1986). Mattessich.
    •     INTER DISCIPLINARY MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRANSDISCIPLINARY INTERPROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION
    •   The concept of a Clinical School of Nursing is one that encompasses the highest level of academic and clinical nursing research and education.
    •  In this model a partnership of nurse executives, staff nurses and faculty transformed patient care units into environments of support for nursing students and staff nurses while continuing the critical work of providing quality care to acutely ill adults
    •       Uses existing resources Supports the professional development of nurses Potential recruiting and retention tool Allows for the clinical education of increased numbers of students Exclusive use of the clinical unit by School of Nursing Use of staff nurses who want to teach as clinical instructors
    •  Preparation of clinical instructors for their teaching role through collaborative staff and faculty development activities   Faculty role to work directly with staff as coach, collaborator, teaching/learning resource to develop clinical reasoning skills , to identify clinical expectations of students and evaluate student achievement   11committment by all to collaborate to build an optimal learning environment
    •   A Joint Appointment has been defined by Lantz et al. (1994), as “a formalised agreement between two institutions where an individual holds a position in each institution and carries out specific and defined responsibilities”.
    •  It is an innovative collaborative partnership agreement between Fremantle Hospital and Health Service and Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Western Australia. The partnership engages academics in the clinical setting in two formalized collaborative appointments. This partnership not only enhances communication between educational and health services, but fosters the development of nursing research and knowledge.
    • In an effort to improve the quality of new graduate transition, Epworth Hospital and Deakinv University ran a collaborative project (2003) funded by the National Safety and Quality Council to improve the support base for new graduates while managing the quality of patient care delivery
    • Thank,…… ………….you ………….