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Incubating Collaboration for a Neonatal Scholars Writing Group.

Neonatal Network : NN 2023 November 2
One method to improve writing and scholarship is through the formation of writing teams. While not new, we will present our innovative strategy for creating an effective neonatal writing team for faculty and students. Tuckman's Model of Team Development was used to guide our group through the five stages of effective teams including forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning to develop an effective writing group. The application of this model facilitated a strong foundation for our writing group, the Neonatal Scholars Interest Group, through the intentional movements through developmental stages and the ability to sustain our writing group. Furthermore, the impact of our writing group, as a model, resulted in several other specialized writing groups within our school. Our writing group improved the knowledge and skills of nurse faculty and students in sustained writing efforts through successful scholarship dissemination, mentoring students, and advancing nursing education and practice.

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