To provide high quality services in increasingly complex, constantly changing circumstances, healthcare organisations worldwide need a high level of resilience, to adapt and respond to challenges and changes at all system levels. For healthcare organisations to strengthen their resilience, a significant level of continuous learning is required. Given the interdependence required amongst healthcare professionals and stakeholders when providing healthcare, this learning needs to be collaborative, as a prerequisite to operationalising resilience in healthcare. As particular elements of collaborative working, and learning are likely to promote resilience, there is a need to explore the underlying collaborative learning mechanisms and how and why collaborations occur during adaptations and responses.
The aim of this study from Haraldseid-Driftland et al. was to describe collaborative learning processes in relation to resilient healthcare based on an investigation of narratives developed from studies representing diverse healthcare contexts and levels.
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