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|Abstract=In this chapter, we seek to examine the implications for multidisciplinary team meetings of adopting an ‘emic’ discursive approach. By specifically employing a conversation analytic framework, we show how meetings are contexts which are endogenously constituted. Meetings display a particular social organisation to which participants orientate and sustain on a turn-by-turn basis. Features unique to the social organisation of meetings include the role of the chair, an agenda and allocation of turns through the chair. These features are illustrated with extracts from team meetings. The implications of this framework for interprofessional working in teams are also considered.
 
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Smart-Auburn2019
BibType INCOLLECTION
Key Smart-Auburn2019
Author(s) Cordet Smart, Timothy Auburn
Title Theorising multidisciplinary team meetings in mental health clinical practice
Editor(s) Cordet Smart, Timothy Auburn
Tag(s) EMCA, Team meetings, Meetings, Institutional
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Year 2019
Language English
City Cham
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Pages 79–95
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DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-98228-1_4
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Organization
Institution
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Series
Howpublished
Book title Interprofessional Care and Mental Health: The Language of Mental Health
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Abstract

In this chapter, we seek to examine the implications for multidisciplinary team meetings of adopting an ‘emic’ discursive approach. By specifically employing a conversation analytic framework, we show how meetings are contexts which are endogenously constituted. Meetings display a particular social organisation to which participants orientate and sustain on a turn-by-turn basis. Features unique to the social organisation of meetings include the role of the chair, an agenda and allocation of turns through the chair. These features are illustrated with extracts from team meetings. The implications of this framework for interprofessional working in teams are also considered.

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