Patient handover is the pivot for sending patients’ information with healthcare professionals. The current study explores the hypothetical frameworks advocating corporate communication and patient handover, forming their ontology and epistemology. Clinical handover is a direct transfer of information course the transmission of clinical outline, liability and accountability betwixt healthcare professionals to help patients’ continuity of care, joint awareness of patients’ environments and planned management. Several hypothetical frameworks support the stages of handover. According to social believes and the frameworks proposed in the current study, dispassionate handovers are social constructions. Handovers’ last truth and form are thus accomplished through constant interpersonal interplays, sharing of meanings, and allocating collective knowledge inside healthcare teams. Hence, on account of handover complexity, the author explains how different artists use social conventions to create information about patients sharable and comprehensible to each appendage of a team or other groups, and how areas of misunderstanding are always a challenge when social constructions and handovers happen.
International Centre for Healthcare and Medical Education, London, United Kingdom.
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Keywords: Handover, ontology, logics, epistemology, set theory, constructionism, interpretivism, ISBAR