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Tværfaglig journal club øger kompetencer og tværfagligt engagement hos hospitalsansatte

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Ina Qvist1, Mie Østergaard2, Rikke Aarhus1, Lone Ramer Mikkelsen2 & Lene Bastrup Jørgensen2, 3 1) Diagnostisk Center, Universitetsklinik for Innovative Patient-forløb, Regions-hospitalet Silkeborg, Hospitalsenhed Midt 2) Center for Planlagt Kirurgi, Forskningsenheden, Regionshospitalet Silkeborg, Hospitalsenhed Midt 3) Sektion for Sygepleje, Health, Aarhus Universitet Ugeskr Læger 2015;177:V05140302
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Ugeskr Læger 2015;177:V05140302
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1711-1713
An interdisciplinary journal club improves hospital staff competence and commitment
The demands of the health-care sector for quality and evidence-based knowledge require nurses, secretaries and allied health-care professionals to keep up to date professionally. An inter­disciplinary journal club (IJC) provides a self-reported improvement in the competence of critical reading as well as increasing knowledge about research designs and research methods. Furthermore, IJC leads to an increased sense of community, understanding of an interdisciplinary culture and appears to strengthen the foundations for cooperation across disciplines.
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