Further analysis of our survey of clinical educators and academic staff provide insight as to consider introducing specific skills into a curriculum.
Results for Domain 3: Communication in health care teams
| C1: perceives and respects individuality, subjective perception, different points of view of team members and the expertise of the different health professions
C7: understands the principles of team dynamics and how factors both support and inhibit teamwork in practice.
C10: gives clear instructions.
|C11: ensures that all relevant information is available.
C13: maintains clear, appropriate records (written or electronic) of clinical encounters and plans.
C3: uses feedback rules (e.g. first-person-statements) and gives feedback to team-members appropriately.
C9: reflects on the impact of own opinion on others and takes this into account.
C4: is able to solve conflicts and enables a constructive negotiation in a healthcare team
INDETERMINATE (PRECLINICAL/MIDCLINICAL) I.E. NO CLEAR DIFFERENCES IN NUMBER OF RESPONSES ACROSS THESE CATEGORIES
|C2: contributes to a positive working atmosphere (e.g. supports and integrates team members, mentions the positive side of unpleasant aspects, values team-success).
C5: takes on, clarifies and reflects on own role and responsibilities in the team (e.g. team vs. team-player, leader) and identifies the role of own profession in an inter-professional team.
C6: specifies and appreciates own potential with regard to the team and is willing and able to work with others.
INDETERMINATE (MID CLINICAL/LATE CLINICAL) I.E. NO CLEAR DIFFERENCES IN NUMBER OF RESPONSES ACROSS THESE CATEGORIES
|C15: identifies and is knowledgeable of how to refer to people/institutions/agencies that can help to solve problems appropriate to the situation.|
INDETERMINATE (PRE CLINICAL/LATE CLINICAL) I.E. NO CLEAR DIFFERENCES IN NUMBER OF RESPONSES ACROSS THESE CATEGORIES
C8: identifies own interests and distinguishes these from the team goals.
C14: presents expert knowledge effectively (e.g. presenting a patient and clinical details to others, speaking in front of a group, presenting scientific data).