Oflict Management witht the Intergrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) SLP3

As long as there are people in a setting, there will be conflict. There are many types and many solutions. The most important point about conflict is that if it goes unresolved, it will impact the success of an organization or program. Using information from the module readings as well as from your own research, please respond to the following questions pertaining to the military Intergrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) Program.

1) Describe some of the conflicts that the program has experienced. (Were there more at the programs inception or at some other stage of the program?)

2) Identify what type of conflict this is.

3) Discuss the impact of this conflict on the programs effectiveness. (Were there any negative patient outcomes?)

4) Describe the steps that were taken to end the conflict.

5) What was the end result was it resolved? If not, what has happened to those in the program who were involved in the conflict?

Expectation: Please include cover page, reference page, in-text citations, and double space.

Recommended References:

Altun, A ., & Argon, G. (2011). Organizational conflict types and the investigation of resolutoin approaches in nurses. HealthMed, 5(4), 724-729.

Brinkert, R. (2011). Conflict coaching training for nurse managers: A case study of two hospital systems. Journal of Nursing Management, 19(1), 80-91.

Patterson, K. (2010). Effects of unresolved conflict on organizational health and performance and conflict resolution training for developing leaders and improving business success. Proceedings of the Northeast Business & Economics Association, 542-546.

Pavlakis, A.; Kaitelidou, D.; Theodorou, M.; Galanis, P.; Sourtzi, P.; Siskou, O. (2011). Conflict management in public hospitals: The Cypress case. International Nursing Review, 58, 242-248.

Spence, H., & Cappleman, J. (2011). Fostering Teamwork in an Intermediate Care Unit. Nursing Management UK, 18(3), 20-24. Journal of US-China Public Adminitration, 8(2), 198-220.

Optional Readings:

Burns, K., Bradley, E., & Weiner, B. (2010). Health Care Management: Organization Design and Behavior (6th ed). Clifton Park, NJ: Cengge Learning.

Guzzo, P., Corposanto, C., & Magnelli,R. (2011). Law and Metaphors of Inter-Professional Conflicts in Action: The Case of Home-Care Health Professionals of Cosenzaas Provincial Health Action Zone (Italy).

Murdock, K., Adams, S., Pears, E., Ellis, B. (2012). Caregiving Load and Pediatric Asthma Morbidity: Conflict Matters. Family, Systems, & Health, 30(2), 101-113.

Wallace, S. (2012). Global Health in Conflict: Understanding opposition to vitamin A supplementation in India. American Journal of Public Health, 102(7), 1286-1297.