USD Nursing Chair Leading Statewide Interprofessional Health Care Group
Representatives from medical institutions, higher education and government agencies across South Dakota are participating in the ground-breaking collaborative. Interprofessional approaches to health care blend decision-making partnerships between teams of health and human service providers to better serve patients, families and communities. This concept is now viewed as the most effective approach to delivering health care services, and efforts to increase knowledge about and utilization of interprofessional applications are underway across the country.
Dieter’s group works closely with the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education based at the University of Minnesota and is serving as the catalyst for interprofessional development in South Dakota.
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