personal outcomes for people with learning disabilities incorporating the concept of collaboration: Part 2
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personal outcomes for people with learning disabilities incorporating the concept of collaboration: Part 2

Leonard Callaghan Learning disability nurse, Republic of Ireland

In the second article in a two-part series, Leonard Callaghan continues his discussion of personal outcomes for clients and considers ways in which nurses can foster effective teamwork through an interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary approach

In the first part of this article, I evaluated personal outcomes in light of recent research findings, changing policies and my own personal understandings (Callaghan 2005). I also introduced the reader to the concept of collaboration as a means of achieving personal outcomes.

Learning Disability Practice. 8, 9, 34-38. doi: 10.7748/ldp2005.11.8.9.34.c1646

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