Carol Mostow

Carol Mostow
Boston University | BU · Department of Family Medicine

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Team collaboration in our healthcare workforce is necessary to effectively address multifaceted medical and social needs, especially for those impacted by systemic inequities. Effective interprofessional practice and education models including curricula are needed to prepare a practice ready healthcare workforce for team collaboration. Most healthc...
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"Pinderhughes' work on difference and power (1989) reminds us that who we are shapes what we notice and what we think we know. This socially embedded perspective helps illuminate the personal origins and development of the RESPECT model, an innovative relational training model that addresses race, difference, power and empathy in healthcare communi...
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Effective teams attend to relationship dynamics that build trust, maintain open communication channels and foster transparency in order to navigate the frequent interpersonal challenges of power, hierarchy, differences and conflict. Relationship oriented communications facilitate the abilities of team members to harness their diverse strengths and...
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To the Editors:—Feeling respected by one’s physician is the single most powerful predictor of patients’ overall rating of their physicians, according to Quigley’s welcome study1 of the CG-CAHPS Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems Clinician and Group large sample of survey data and Frosch’s and Tai-Seale’s thoughtful editorial.2...
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In 2000 a diverse group of clinicians/educators at an inner-city safety-net hospital identified relational skills to reduce disparities at the point of care. The resulting interviewing and precepting model helps build trust with patients as well as with learners. RESPECT adds attention to the relational dimension, addressing documented disparities...

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