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team

 [tēm]
a group of people or units organized to do a task together.
interdisciplinary team a group of health care professionals from diverse fields who work in a coordinated fashion toward a common goal for the patient.
intraprofessional team a team of professionals who are all from the same profession, such as three physical therapists collaborating on the same case.
multidisciplinary team a team of professionals including representatives of different disciplines who coordinate the contributions of each profession, which are not considered to overlap, in order to improve patient care.
rehabilitation team the individuals involved in establishing a plan and goals for the achievement of a patient's maximum potential. The composition of the team will vary depending on the nature of the patient's problems; the patient is always included as a member of the rehabilitation team.
transdisciplinary team a team composed of members of a number of different professions cooperating across disciplines to improve patient care through practice or research.

team

A term which, as defined in the NHS, refers to a group of people bound by a common purpose—e.g., multi-disciplinary team for cancer management—who meet regularly to communicate, collaborate and consolidate knowledge from which plans are made, actions determined and future decisions influenced. Each team member has a particular expertise and should be capable of making autonomous decisions .

TEAM

Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management Public health A partnership by the US government, professional sports, and US businesses, which fights the use of alcohol in and around pubic assembly facilities

team

Vox populi A group of persons with common interests or goals. See Care team, Charge master team, Medical team, Operating team, Self-manage team, Sexual assault response team.

team

A group of individuals working together to perform a common task.
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