Gynaecological Oncology Multidisciplinary Team and Role of Ultrasound Practice in Team
In healthcare, team work and team collaboration have a significant impact on patient care. There always will be a need for professionals to work collaboratively in order to provide highest standard care. Government stresses on the need to effective interprofessional working in NHS so that optimal and safe patient care can be provided. The requirement of interprofessional learning and working was highlighted in the case of Victoria Climbie. The government of UK has recently sought to increase collaborative working across, professional, sectoral, and organizational boundaries in its National Health Service (NHS). At present, England primary care trusts (PCTs) manages almost every healthcare in their locality either through agreements or direct management of services. Therefore, they act as commissioners and managers of healthcare. The situation of UK is quite different from other countries of UK. Good communication and coordination between all levels of the service are important in managing the patient smoothly’ and quickly.
Types of Tumors
All of these types of tumors are treatable mainly in the early stages. That is why it is very important to diagnose the disease develops. Ultrasound is a noninvasive diagnostic technique that uses ultrasound, no X-rays to produce images of internal organs. Gynecologic ultrasound in the female reproductive tract organs is explored. This procedure utilizes ultrasound machine to help locate the area of interest. Once the area is located, tissue samples are removed using a biopsy device. Ultrasound is the preferred method for locating cysts and tumors without calcifications. Ultrasound practice plays a significant role in screening and diagnosis of gynecological cancer. The proper and effective diagnosis helps provide desired treatment which eventually leads quality care and client satisfaction. The role of ultrasound practice in gynecological oncology multidisciplinary team is explored.
Why is it characterized?
It is usually characterized because people try to stand, insecurity and deficiency among members, even though outgoing members quickly assume some sort of leadership. Conflict abounds during storming phase, confrontations are typical and coalitions may form within the group, one or two members may be a target for exclusion, a hierarchy starts to form and other members attempt to move in leadership positions. Cohesiveness and commitment begin to develop, & group starts to come together as a coordinated unit and harmony prevails. Limits for members are established through the use of body language, group driven expectations are set. It is essential to consider that no particular finding of ultrasound distinguish categorically between malignant & benign ovarian masses.