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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
In this short paper an attempt has been made to sketch briefly some of the social forces affecting collaboration. A model of shared power has been suggested as a means of most effectively mobilizing the professional mental health manpower and of stimulating the growth of expertness. It is only one alternative among many. The behavioral scientists constantly are studying the best ways to harness human effort for the social good. The application of their findings to the problem of interdisciplinary collaboration may be a valuable means of improving patient care.
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