|4.1 Researchers partner with governments, professional associations, regulatory bodies, unions, health service organizations and educational institutions to conduct research into conflict within Health-care teams.
|4.2 Interprofessional researchers study the:
- Range of impacts of the different types of conflict in the workplace on individuals, patient/client, organizational and system outcomes, including quality of care, patient safety, recruitment and retention; Prevalence and incidence of conflict, including an understanding of the different types of conflict, in workplaces throughout all types of organizational settings and sectors;
- Antecedents and mitigating factors influencing the different types of conflict in the workplace experienced by individuals throughout all types of organizational settings and sectors;
- Existence and effectiveness of current management philosophies and practices to prevent, manage and mitigate conflict in the workplace, including training and education programs;
- Multiple levels where conflict occurs (e.g. individual, team, Health-care system, society) using a wide variety of methods and theoretical tools; and
- Feasibility efficacy and sustainability of programs and interventions developed to prevent, manage or mitigate conflict.
|4.3 Researchers develop, implement, and evaluate a conflict intervention.
|4.4 Using effective knowledge translation strategies, researchers report research findings and outcomes back to their partnering government bodies, professional associations, regulatory bodies, unions, Health-care organizations, educational institutions, and the individuals who participated in the research.