Outcomes from a labor and delivery team training program with simulation component.

  title={Outcomes from a labor and delivery team training program with simulation component.},
  author={Maureen Glennon Phipps and David G. Lindquist and Edie McConaughey and James A O'Brien and Christina A. Raker and Michael J. Paglia},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  volume={206 1},
We evaluated the implementation of a labor and delivery unit team training program that included didactic sessions and simulation training with an active clinical unit. Over an 18-month follow-up time period, our team training program showed improvements in patient outcomes as well as in perceptions of patient safety including the dimensions of teamwork and communication. 
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