Anaesthetists' non-technical skills.

  title={Anaesthetists' non-technical skills.},
  author={Rhona Flin and Rona Patey and R. Glavin and Nikki Maran},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  volume={105 1},
This review presents the background to the development of the anaesthetists' non-technical skills (ANTS) taxonomy and behaviour rating tool, which is the first non-technical skills framework specifically designed for anaesthetists. We share the experience of the anaesthetists who designed ANTS in relation to applying it in a department of anaesthesia, using it in a simulation centre, and the process of introducing it to the profession on a national basis. We also consider how ANTS is being… CONTINUE READING
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