Key Issues: Interdisciplinary working in mental health requires teams and services to establish a shared value base for collaborative care delivery.Power dynamics and professionalism need to be explored in relation to an increasingly diverse workforce.The ‘recovery model’ combines team members’ perspectives, skills and expertise and supports interdisciplinary working.Dimensions of interdisciplinary working span the organizational/strategic, team and individual practice levels. Change must be supported at all levels for interdisciplinary practice to be effective.
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