As we slowly start progressing into the New Year and the film awards season, we felt it would be appropriate to announce our own form of the Oscars, namely our ‘winning papers’ of 2017.
These papers have been selected based on pure data with no influence from any judges, brown envelopes or reviewers!
We are happy to announce the following:
Esther Suter, Julia Arndt, Nancy Arthur, et al. Role understanding and effective communication as core competencies for collaborative practice
Highest cited JIC paper in 2017
Scott Reeves; Sylvain Boet; Brenda Zierler; Simon Kitto. Interprofessional Education and Practice Guide No. 3: Evaluating interprofessional education
Top Altmetric (online) rated JIC paper in 2017
Mark J. Makowsky, Theresa J. Schindel, Meagen Rosenthal, et al. Collaboration between pharmacists, physicians and nurse practitioners: A qualitative investigation of working relationships in the inpatient medical setting
Well done to all. A great achievement for the authors and the journal highlighting the quality of research being published and the impact it is making.