What is the primary goal of multidisciplinary case conferences?
To fulfill the nurse’s role in terms of collaboration
To plan and provide for optimal client outcomes
To solve complex multidisciplinary patient care problems
To provide educational experiences for experienced nurses
Correct Response: C
The primary goal of multidisciplinary case conferences is to plan care that facilitates optimal client outcomes. Other benefits of multidisciplinary case conferences include the fulfillment of the nurse’s role in terms of collaboration and collegiality, to solve complex multidisciplinary patient care problems so that optimal client outcomes can be achieved and also to provide educational experiences for nurses; these things are secondary rather than primary goals.