Improving interprofessional collaboration in a community setting: Relationships with burnout, engagement and service quality
Journal of Interprofessional Care, 05/08/2012
Martinussen M et al. – Hierarchical regression analyses were used to test a model for predicting burnout, engagement and perceived service quality using work–related factors, including collaboration as predictors. Both burnout and engagement were predicted by job demands and resources after controlling for demographic variables and participation in the project. Service quality was mostly predicted by collaboration. Increasing collaboration seems possible by introducing practice–based changes; however, this intervention did not have the desired effect on perceived service quality.