Competition the new Collaboration? Employing inter-team competitiveness to motivate health students to learn together

M. Moran, Rosalie A. Boyce, L. Nissen

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1 Citation (Scopus)
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Title of host publicationSociology of Interprofessional Health Care Practice: Critical Reflections and Concrete Solutions
EditorsS. Kitto, J. Chesters, J. E. Thistlethwaite, Scott Reeves
Place of PublicationNew York, New York
PublisherNova Science Publishers Inc
Pages155-168
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)9781608768660
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameHealth Care Issues, Costs and Access

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Moran, M., Boyce, R. A., & Nissen, L. (2011). Competition the new Collaboration? Employing inter-team competitiveness to motivate health students to learn together. In S. Kitto, J. Chesters, J. E. Thistlethwaite, & S. Reeves (Eds.), Sociology of Interprofessional Health Care Practice: Critical Reflections and Concrete Solutions (pp. 155-168). (Health Care Issues, Costs and Access). New York, New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc.
Moran, M. ; Boyce, Rosalie A. ; Nissen, L. / Competition the new Collaboration? Employing inter-team competitiveness to motivate health students to learn together. Sociology of Interprofessional Health Care Practice: Critical Reflections and Concrete Solutions. editor / S. Kitto ; J. Chesters ; J. E. Thistlethwaite ; Scott Reeves. New York, New York : Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2011. pp. 155-168 (Health Care Issues, Costs and Access).
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Moran, M, Boyce, RA & Nissen, L 2011, Competition the new Collaboration? Employing inter-team competitiveness to motivate health students to learn together. in S Kitto, J Chesters, JE Thistlethwaite & S Reeves (eds), Sociology of Interprofessional Health Care Practice: Critical Reflections and Concrete Solutions. Health Care Issues, Costs and Access, Nova Science Publishers Inc, New York, New York, pp. 155-168.

Competition the new Collaboration? Employing inter-team competitiveness to motivate health students to learn together. / Moran, M.; Boyce, Rosalie A.; Nissen, L.

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Moran M, Boyce RA, Nissen L. Competition the new Collaboration? Employing inter-team competitiveness to motivate health students to learn together. In Kitto S, Chesters J, Thistlethwaite JE, Reeves S, editors, Sociology of Interprofessional Health Care Practice: Critical Reflections and Concrete Solutions. New York, New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc. 2011. p. 155-168. (Health Care Issues, Costs and Access).