This paper draws on the evaluation of a research and action project based in an inner city doctor's practice, which aimed to promote team working and to empower health workers and local people to respond to the health implications of poverty.
Dechant, Marsick and Kasl's (1993) emerging ideas for a model of team learning are used to provide a conceptual framework for a discussion of key findings from the project which was informed by Blackburn's (1992a) team training handbook.
Given current interest in the importance of learning for organisations and individuals but the relative lack of attention paid to date to learning in teams, analysis of the application of Blackburn's ideas in practice makes a potentially useful contribution to the understanding of how teams of health and social care staff may develop a shared knowledge base and work more collectively on issues of major concern to local people.
Mots-clés Pascal : Pratique professionnelle, Pauvreté, Statut social, Travail équipe, Multidisciplinaire, Homme, Formation professionnelle, Soin santé primaire, Modèle, Royaume Uni, Europe, Recherche action
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Professional practice, Poverty, Social status, Team work, Multidisciplinary, Human, Occupational training, Primary health care, Models, United Kingdom, Europe
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Cote : 97-0317290
Code Inist : 002B30A09. Création : 12/09/1997.