Early crisis nontechnical skill teaching in residency leads to long-term skill retention and improved performance during crises: A prospective, nonrandomized controlled study.

@article{Doumouras2017EarlyCN,
  title={Early crisis nontechnical skill teaching in residency leads to long-term skill retention and improved performance during crises: A prospective, nonrandomized controlled study.},
  author={Aristithes G Doumouras and P. Engels},
  journal={Surgery},
  year={2017},
  volume={162 1},
  pages={174-181}
}
BACKGROUND Medical error is common in crises, and the majority of observed errors are nontechnical in nature. The long-term impact of teaching crisis nontechnical skills to residents has not been evaluated. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of simulation-based teaching of crisis nontechnical skills compared to controls one year after… CONTINUE READING