Week 15 continues on looking at task groups within a social work context. Bronstein and Abramson (2017) look into interdisciplinary teamwork. We will also supplement this discussion with Nancarrow et al. (2013) and discussion about the principles of good interdisciplinary teamwork. We also review what are some of the best practices that work for working groups, as described by Ephross et al. (2017).
The agenda for this week is as follows:
Bronstein, L. R., & Abramson, J. S. (2017). Chapter 27 - Group process dynamics and skills in interdisciplinary teamwork. In C. D. Garvin, L. M. Gutierrez, & M. J. Galinsky Handbook of Social Work with Groups (pp. 491-509). The Guilford Press.
Ephross, P. H., Vassil, T. V., & Rose, S. R. (2017). Chapter 28 - Group work with working groups. In C. D. Garvin, L. M. Gutierrez, & M. J. Galinsky Handbook of Social Work with Groups (pp. 510-524). The Guilford Press.
Nancarrow, S., Booth, A., Ariss, S., Smith, T., Enderby, P., & Roots, A. (2013). Ten principles of good interdisciplinary team work. Human Resources for Health, 11(1), 19. https://doi.org/10.1186/1478-4491-11-19