Curr Emerg Hosp Med Rep (2017) 5:114–118 DOI 10.1007/s40138-017-0138-1 SHARED PRACTICE AND ECONOMIC ISSUES (A AMIN, SECTION EDITOR) Closing the Clinical Knowledge Gap: Achieving Collaborative Nursing Education Between Hospitalists and Nurses 1 1 1 1 1 Eric Ton & Matthew Butteri & Israel De Alba & Dang Duong & Michael Wang & 1 1 Victoria Suekawa & Alpesh Amin Published online: 18 July 2017 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 . . Abstract Keywords Nursing education Health care reform Purpose of Review Increased collaboration between physi- Hospitalist Clinical knowledge gap cians and nurses may translate into improved patient out- comes. We explored the feasibility of an innovative education- al program for nurses taught by physicians in their own med- ical team. It was designed as 15-min sessions on five relevant Introduction clinical topics imparted during nurses’ shift change. We assessed confidence at dealing with conditions included in In the era of health care reform, professionals in health care education sessions, knowledge on topics and subjective gen- and social services have been focusing more on interdisciplin- eral impressions, and perceived barriers. ary collaboration to optimize health care delivery [1, 2�� ]. One Recent Findings We found that nurses reported increased con-
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