Miyahara Tokiharu
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Article types 原著
Language English
Peer review Peer reviewed
Title A Case Study on the Measurement and Visualization of the Maturing Process of Team-Approached Medicine
Journal Formal name:Proceedings of ProMAC2017
Domestic / ForeginForegin
Author and coauthor Tomoko Yamamoto, Tokiharu Miyahara, Lisa Yoshioka
Publication date 2017/11/29
Summary Hospitals in Japan have adopted team-approached medicine from around the year 2000. However, the maturing process of the medical team has not been thoroughly examined until now. In our research, we followed up and assessed the maturing process of a medical team using the Tuckman ladder model and CMMI. The method for this research was a case study based on the observation method. Starting with the minutes of meetings from the year 2002 to 2013 and interview surveys with the team members, we verified the maturing process of a Pressure Ulcer Care Team. The following 2 points are the conclusions suggested based on the results. First, the Pressure Ulcer Care Team followed the maturing process from Level 1 to Level 4 in CMMI. Second, the “Storming” of the Tuckman ladder model was shortened in the Pressure Ulcer Care Team, even when members changed, after the maturing process reached Level 3