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Improving Attitudes and Perceptions About Teamwork Among Health Care Professionals with a TeamSTEPPS Approach

  title={Improving Attitudes and Perceptions About Teamwork Among Health Care Professionals with a TeamSTEPPS Approach},
  author={Tetsuya Umebayashi},
Improving Attitudes and Perceptions About Teamwork Among Health Care Professionals with a TeamSTEPPS Approach by Tetsuya Umebayashi MSN, BSN, RN Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Nursing Practice Walden University May 2015 Abstract Effective communication among health care professionals is essential for the provision of quality patient-centered care; however, effective communication practices are not guided by evidence-based models in… 

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