Quality improvement of interdisciplinary rounds by leadership training based on essential quality indicators of the Interdisciplinary Rounds Assessment Scale

@article{Have2013QualityIO,
  title={Quality improvement of interdisciplinary rounds by leadership training based on essential quality indicators of the Interdisciplinary Rounds Assessment Scale},
  author={Elsbeth Cornelia Maria Ten Have and Raoul Ernesto Nap and Jaap E. Tulleken},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={39},
  pages={1800-1807}
}
The implementation of interdisciplinary teams in the intensive care unit (ICU) has focused attention on leadership behavior. Daily interdisciplinary rounds (IDRs) in ICUs integrate leadership behavior and interdisciplinary teamwork. The purpose of this intervention study was to measure the effect of leadership training on the quality of IDRs in the ICU. A nonrandomized intervention study was conducted in four ICUs for adults. The intervention was a 1-day training session in a simulation… CONTINUE READING