Holism and interprofessional learning: from the whole patient to the whole team

Morrison, S. 2004. Holism and interprofessional learning: from the whole patient to the whole team. Journal of Holistic Healthcare. 1 (1), pp. 15-18.

TitleHolism and interprofessional learning: from the whole patient to the whole team
AuthorsMorrison, S.
Abstract

We need to re-visit holistic attitudes in medicine and the approaches to managing health and illness that we developed 20 years ago. Sue Morrison argues that we should be looking at holism in its widest sense to encompass the working team and its environment. The Marylebone Health Centre is used as a case study.

JournalJournal of Holistic Healthcare
Journal citation1 (1), pp. 15-18
ISSN1743-9493
Year2004
Publication dates
Published2004

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