Our interdisciplinary team is putting together materials and exercises to teach health science students Cross-Professional Competence (CPC): concepts of communicating between members of the health care team, awareness of roles of the various team members, and the dangers of role blurring. The goal is to make these future professionals aware of the roles and responsibilities of the other members: nursing, PT, dieticians, OT, radiology, PA's, speech/language, TR, social work, medicine, etc. and how they all (should) work together.
How well do you communicate with professionals across your health care team? Do you have memories of training in this area that was effective? Horror stories of things that went terribly wrong in this arena? Articles or training videos on CPC that you'd recommend?