Neurosurgeons often collaborate with other medical specialists, including neurologists, radiologists, and oncologists, to provide comprehensive care for patients with neurological conditions.

In a systematic review related to nurse-physician collaboration, House and Havens reported that nurses and physicians held different perceptions of collaboration, shared decision making, teamwork and communication 1).

Consequently, in the current valuebased healthcare environment, perioperative leaders must recognize the importance of integrating practices that support deliberative collaborative interprofessional practice, team engagement and the diversity that exists among surgical team members into the organizational infrastructure for perioperative services. The focus is thereby on meeting the needs of consumers of surgical care, enhancing work satisfaction among members of the surgical team, improving team efficiency and contributing to the fiscal health and viability of the healthcare agency 2).

House S, Havens D 2017 Nurses' and physicians' perceptions of nurse-physician collaboration: A systematic review Journal of Nursing Administration 47 (3) 165–171
Marrone SR. Perioperative accountable care teams: Improving surgical team efficiency and work satisfaction through interprofessional collaboration. J Perioper Pract. 2018 Jan 1:1750458918788975. doi: 10.1177/1750458918788975. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 30035687.
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