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Mødet mellem eksplicitte og ”tavse” kundskaber i praksisfællesskaber.: Fokusgruppeinterview med tværfaglige teami social- og sundhedssektoren med forebyg-gende og sundhedsfremmende opgaver.
Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordic School of Public Health NHV.
2005 (Danish)Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (Two Years))Student thesisAlternative title
The meeting between explicit and tacit knowledge in communities of practice. : Focus group interview with interprofessional teams in social- and health service working with prevention and health promotion (English)
Abstract [da]

Livssituationer præget af mange komplekse psykosociale og helbredsmæssige problemstillinger fordrer en anden grad af tværfagligt samarbejde i social- og sundhedssektoren. En samtidig øgetfokusering på forebyggelse og sundhedsfremme har øget behovet for udvikling af kundskaber og kompetencer, som kan matche disse udfordringer. Målet med studiet er, at identificere mulige mønstre vedrørende erfaringer med udvikling af fælles kundskaber og kompetencer i tværfaglige team som arbejder forebyggende og sundhedsfremmende. Der er tale om et kvalitativt studie, som bygger på fokusgruppeinterview med deltagelse af 25professionelle fra ni team inden for social-og sundhedssektoren. Otte faggrupper var repræsenteret.Der blev anvendt en memoreret temaguide til interviewene. Grounded theory blev anvendt til dataanalyse. Studiets overordnede kernekategori blev defineret som: ”sociokulturel organisation sætter dagsordenen for udvikling af kundskaber og kompetencer”. Der fremkom yderligere tre hovedkategorier som relaterede sig til kernekategorien: ”det nødvendige professionelle fundament,”den forebyggende og sundhedsfremmende diskurs”, og ”de tavse kundskaber og kompetencer”. Konklusion: Hovedfundet i studiet viste at sociokulturel organisation har væsentlig indflydelse påtværfaglige teams muligheder for at udvikle kundskaber og kompetencer i det forebyggende og sundhedsfremmende arbejde. Skabes der ikke lærings- og refleksionsrumi praksisfællesskabernereduceres mulighederne for, at den ”tavse” kundskab sættes i spil med den eksplicitte kundskab

Abstract [en]

Situations of life characterised by numerous complex psychosocial and health problems demand another extent in interprofessional co-operation in social and health service. At the same timeincreased focus on prevention and health promotion have raised the necessity of knowledge andcompetence creation that is able to deal with these complex challenges. The aim of this study is to identify possible patterns of experience with creation of shared knowledgeand competence in interprofessional co-operation with focus on prevention and health promotion.The studyis based on qualitative interviews in focus groups and memorized theme guide was used.The analyzing process was based on grounded theory. 25 professionals represented eight occupationgroups from nine social and health service teams. The overall core categories emerge as: ”social cultural organization sets the agenda for creation of knowledge and competence”. Three additional overall categories related to the core category definedas: ”the needful professional foundation”, “the discourse of prevention and health promotion” and“the tacit knowledge and competence”. Conclusions: The overall findings pointed out the essential influence of the social culturalorganization on the possibility of the interprofessional co-operation to create shared knowledge in the prevention and health promotion. If space for learning and reflection in community of practice is not created the feasibility of meetings between tacit and explicit knowledge will be reduced

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2005. , 60 p.
Series
Master of Public Health, MPH, ISSN 1104-5701 ; MPH 2005:12
Keyword [en]
Interprofessional Co-operation, Prevention and Health Promotion, Communities of Practise, Tacit Knowledge and Competence, Grounded Theory
Keyword [da]
Tværfagligt samarbejde, forebyggelse og sundhedsfremme, praksisfællesskaber, ”tavse” kundskaber og kompetencer, grounded theory .
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Medical and Health Sciences
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URN: urn:nbn:se:norden:org:diva-3283OAI: oai:DiVA.org:norden-3283DiVA: diva2:732898
Presentation
2005-04-27, Nordic School of Public Health NHV, Box 12133, 402 42 Göteborg, Sweden, 13:00 (Danish)
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ISBN 91-7997-099-0

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