Date: February 13, 2014
Time: 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
As health care shifts from a system based on acute, episodic care to one focused on relationships and a team-based approach, one critical aspect is improving coordination. In the work to build strong teams, challenges often arise in establishing a shared vision, securing staff commitment, and ongoing communication.
One approach that has proven valuable in addressing these barriers is relational coordination. It offers the ability to improve coordination across the team through improving our understanding of communications (frequency, accuracy, timeliness, problem solving) in an environment of shared goals, shared knowledge, and mutual respect.
Gene Beyt, MD, visiting professor from Brandeis University, will explain the components of relational coordination, which offers the ability to improve coordination across the team through improving our understanding of communications in an environment of shared goals, shared knowledge, and mutual respect. You’ll learn about a seven-item survey that can be incorporated into your work and provide a valid psychometric assessment of the dimensions of teamwork associated with improved clinical and performance outcomes. You will also hear about an exciting, upcoming opportunity for ICSI members wanting to work to improve their team dynamics in these changing times. This webinar is free and is open to members and non-members.
Bonus: This webinar will be excellent preparation for the longer, implementation-focused pre-Colloquium workshop being offered in May. Tune in to find out what relational coordination is all about; then make the workshop part of your ICSI Colloquium plans!
Open until February 11, 2014. No registrations accepted after this date.
There is no charge for this webinar. Register online by February 11, 2014.
- First time registrants need to create a login account. Returning users, please register with your account email and password.
- Each person needs to register and provide their name.
- Registering someone else? Please register them using their email address and other information.
For more information, contact ICSI at 952-814-7060.