Team Work


Lorelei Lingard, Director, Centre for Education Research & Innovation; Professor, Department of Medicine, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University

Topic: Team Communiction, Interprofessional collaboration, Distributed teams
Collaborators: Allan McDougall, Mark Levstik, Natahsa Chandok, Marlee Spafford (University of Waterloo), Catherine Schryer (Ryerson University)
Representative Publication: Using loose coupling theory to understand interprofessional collaborative practice on a transplantation team. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, 2014. 3(3).

Topic: Palliative care, Heart failure care teams
Collaborators: Allan McDougall, Valerie Schulz, Joshua Shadd, Denise Marshall (McMaster University), Patricia Strachan (McMaster University), Glendon Tait (Dalhousie University), J. Malcolm Arnold, Gil Kimel (St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, BC)
Representative Publication: Understanding palliative care on the heart failure care team: an innovative research methodology. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management, 2013. 45(5):901-11. 

Mark Goldszmidt, Associate Director, Centre for Educaiton Research & Innovation; Assocaite Professor, Department of Medicine, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentsitry, Western University

Topic: Team competency, Clinical documentation, Ideals of practice
Collaborators: Tim Dornan (University of Maastricht, the Netherlands), Lorelei Lingard 
Representitive Publication: Progressive collaborative refinement on teams: implications for communication practices. Medical Education 2014. 48(3) 301–314.

Wael Haddara, Division of Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine

Topic: Interrofessional collaboration Collaborator: Lorelei Lingard Representative Presentation: Are We All on the Same Page? A Discourse Analysis of Interprofessional Collaboration. Academic Medicine. 2013, 88 (10):1509-1515.

Stella Ng, Centre for Faculty Development, University of Toronto and St. Michael's Hospital

Topic: Integrated systems, Teams for children with disabilities
Collaborators: Lorelei Lingard, Kathy Hibbert, Catherine Schryer (Ryerson University)
Representative Presentation: An institutional ethnography inquiry of health care work in special education: a research protocol. International Journal of Integrated Care, 2013. 13(Jul-Sept).

Taryn Taylor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University

Collaborators: Jeff Nisker, Lorelei Lingard
Topic: Post-call behaviours
Representative Publication: To stay or not to stay? A grounded theory study of residents' postcall behaviors and their rationalizations for those behaviors. Academic Medicine. 2013, 88(10):1529-33