Care and share alike

Whitehead, Mark
December 1998
People Management;12/10/98, Vol. 4 Issue 24, p46
Discusses the effort of the National Health Service (NHS) to break down the barriers to effective cross-disciplinary teamwork. Information on the NHS's multi-disciplinary action learning set; Members of the Brent and Harrow action learning set; Details on the Development Partnership Network (DPN) project of the NHS.


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