By Lihong Zhou, José Miguel Baptista Nunes
This e-book goals to spot, comprehend and qualify boundaries to the patient-centred wisdom sharing (KS) in interprofessional perform of conventional chinese language medication (TCM) and Western drugs (WM) healthcare pros in chinese language hospitals. This collaboration is especially an important and targeted to China due to the fact that, opposite to Western perform, those varieties of pros really interact complimentary within the similar medical institution. This examine followed a Grounded concept method because the overarching method to steer the research of the knowledge amassed in one case-study layout. A public health center in primary China was once chosen because the case-study web site, at which forty nine informants have been interviewed by utilizing semi-structured and evolving interview scripts. The learn findings element to 5 different types of KS obstacles: contextual affects, sanatorium administration, philosophical divergence, chinese language healthcare schooling and interprofessional education. extra conceptualising the study findings, it truly is pointed out that KS is generally avoided by way of philosophical tensions among the 2 scientific groups. hence, to enhance KS and decrease the consequences of the pointed out obstacles, efforts could be made designated at resolving either sorts of tensions. the realization advocates the institution of nationwide rules and health center administration thoughts aimed toward protecting equality of the 2 scientific groups and setting up an interprofessional universal floor to inspire and facilitate conversation and KS.
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381) define “four distinct and coequal forms of knowledge”, namely, explicit, tacit, individual and group. This definition conflicts with the explicit-tacit taxonomy of knowledge employed by this project and adopted by the majority of research studies in the field of knowledge management, as confirmed by an extensive literature review. Finally, both this practice-based KS model and the SECI model which has already been discussed are not related to the healthcare environment. 3) discusses a healthcare KM model developed by de Lusignan et al.
2009). This definition has evolved into our modern understanding, in which Plato’s definition is criticised as an “absolute, static and non-human view of knowledge […] fails to address the relative, dynamic and humanistic view of knowledge” (Nonaka et al. 7). © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015 L. Zhou, J. M. B. 1007/978-3-662-45162-5_3 19 20 3 Knowledge Sharing in Healthcare Sectors Until now, it is still rather difficult to define knowledge accurately, and currently there are numerous descriptions and definitions for this term (Mertins et al.
Nonetheless, and interestingly, there is still no unified definition of knowledge. This debate dates back to ancient Greece, when Plato made probably the very first attempt to define knowledge, as true and justified belief (Welbourne 2001; Chen et al. 2009). This definition has evolved into our modern understanding, in which Plato’s definition is criticised as an “absolute, static and non-human view of knowledge […] fails to address the relative, dynamic and humanistic view of knowledge” (Nonaka et al.