This thesis deals with the Inter- and multiprofessional cooperation. These terms refer to the cooperation between different professions. Positive as well as negative nursing context factors influence the cooperation and its effects. Supporting factors, for example, would be a respectful deal with one another, working on the same level and trusting in the competence of the other. Obstructive factors of interprofessional cooperation would be, for example, differentiated goals and priorities, hierarchical stages or mutual mistrust. With the aid of interprofessional cooperation, among other things, efforts are being made to improve the quality of patient outcomes and the work satisfaction of nurses. The aim of interprofessional cooperation is to be an impeccably functioning team from different areas of work, which works both efficiently and with each other. Active cooperation between the professions is essential today, but this does not happen by itself. It is important to identify factors of influence and obstacles and to eliminate them. The benefit of good interprofessional cooperation is of great value and improves not only the patient satisfaction but also the own and the whole team. A key component in the hospital and therefore important for interprofessional collaboration is communication. Communication is a human basic need and a social process in which information is exchanged consciously or unconsciously. For a sustainable success in the hospital, it is therefore of decisive importance, what is discussed and, above all, how a situation is discussed and which information is exchanged.