Partnership - Success factors of interorganizational relationships

Casey, M. (2008) Partnership - Success factors of interorganizational relationships. pp. 72-83. ISSN 09660429 (ISSN)

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Abstract

Aim Key factors of successful interorganizational partnerships are applied to the context of nursing and midwifery education. Background Reports in nursing education emphasize the need for more collaborative partnerships between the education and healthcare sectors of nursing and midwifery education. Evaluation There is little research examining the implementation of interorganizational relationships particularly in nursing.Key issues Key success factors are grouped into seven areas of trust and valuing the partner, leadership and managing change, a partnership framework, communication and interaction, equity and involvement in decision making, power and the role of partnership coordinator.Conclusion There is a need for contextual research in relation to implementing partnership in nursing and midwifery. Implications Partnership arrangements are essential for quality nursing and midwifery education. This article adds knowledge by way of application of these factors to organizations that provide nursing and midwifery education. Nurse managers have an important role in determining the quality of learning experience within the health service. It is essential, therefore that both nurse managers and nurse educationalist know the key factors which promote successful interoganizational relationships to ensure these factors are manifest in practice. © 2008 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Collaboration; Framework; Interorganizational relationships; Nursing and midwifery education; Partnership; article; education; health care planning; human; midwife; nonbiological model; nursing education; organization and management; public relations; Community-Institutional Relations; Education, Nursing; Health Plan Implementation; Humans; Interinstitutional Relations; Midwifery; Models, Organizational; Private Sector; Public Sector
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