Improvements in Teamwork During Neonatal Resuscitation After Interprofessional TeamSTEPPS Training

@article{Sawyer2013ImprovementsIT,
  title={Improvements in Teamwork During Neonatal Resuscitation After Interprofessional TeamSTEPPS Training},
  author={Taylor Sawyer and Vickie Ann Laubach and Joseph J Hudak and Kelli Yamamura and Amber Pocrnich},
  journal={Neonatal Network},
  year={2013},
  volume={32},
  pages={26 - 33}
}
Purpose: To determine the impact of interprofessional Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety (TeamSTEPPS) training on teamwork skills during neonatal resuscitation Design: Teams of physicians, nurses, and respiratory therapists participated in TeamSTEPPS training that included simulation with an event-based approach. During the simulations, scripted medication order and performance errors were used to test teamwork skills. Measures of teamwork skills were obtained… 

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