MedPage Today March 25, 2023
Angel J. Mena, MD, and Ali Morin, MSN, RN

— This relationship is critical during the current tumultuous landscape of medicine

As anyone in healthcare knows, a strong nurse-physician dynamic is critical to achieving successful patient outcomes. To provide a quality care experience, it is essential to have a clinical team that knows how to collaborate to achieve that goal. If we don’t know how to work together, or how to coordinate our care, it’s going to be very difficult to maintain a safe environment for the patient.

Nurses are at the center of the care experience, spending the most one-on-one time with patients and serving an integral role in training future practicing physicians. Looking back at my time as a resident, I often recall a particularly stressful moment...

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