Discuss how teamwork/collaboration observed in clinical impacted patient care.
Discuss how your observations will be incorporated into your practice.
off, this trust dilemma has occurred mainly within the United Kingdom and the European Union. All of this, culminating into the development of the British Exit of the European Union colloquially known as ‘Brexit.’ Thus, it will be the main focus of distrust of transnational organization and a reflection on how advantageous these transnational organizations really are. On June 23, 2016, in an act that stunned many, by a 51 percent to 49 percent margin, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. (Goodwin, 2016) This vote was preceded by two campaigns, one to stay within the European Union, the other to leave the European Union. With the ‘Vote Leave’ winning, the people of the United Kingdom have made their minds up about the European Union and its ways, especially the control of the United Kingdom’s own border. The citizens of the United Kingdom felt strongly that they should have control of who enters their country. The majority of citizens who voted felt this way as becoming a European Union member-state allows for any citizen born in a member-state access into any other country, which the United Kingdom disliked very much so as seen from the vote. Plus, the Leave Campaign, whose key pillar was to prevent unwanted immigrants coming into the United Kingdom from the European Union, posted advertisements describing an invasion from the European continent, especially with regards to Muslim refugees from Syria, which whipped up xenophobia and xenophobic citizens within the Kingdom. (Hobolt, 2016) In summation, the citizens of the United Kingdom believed that the intergovernmental organization known as the European Union failed them. This then allowed for a reflection on the advantages of transnational organizations all over the world. A key example of this global reflection was the President of the United States, Donald Trump’s opinion on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and its foundational belief. This belief being that if one member-state of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is attacked, it shall be equivalent to an attack on all the nations within the organization, a belief enshrined in Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Treaty. It was invoked once, seen when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and the United States, on September 11th, 2001. The President has repeatedly stated that the soldiers of the United States of America should not fight for another member-state of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Along with casting doubt on the original intentions of the intergovernmental organization, the President of the United States has also commented that member-states of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization should increase the amount of money that they pay into the organization. (Starr, 2018). Along with doubts cast on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the President of the United States has also said that the North American Free Trade Agreement should be reworked for the betterment of, specifically, the United States. This agreement is currently being reworked into the United States Mexico Canada Agreement. This pact overturns some of the provisions put into place by the North American Free Trade Agreement and strengthen them. For example, to not qualify for tariffs, a car now has to be 75 percent made in the United States, Canada, or Mexico rather than 66 percent under the North American Free Trade Agreement. Overall, due to the position and power of the President of the United States, along with the British Exit of the European Union, doubt has been cast on whether or not these intergovernmental organizations like the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and >GET ANSWER