Simulation-based training delivered directly to the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit engenders preparedness, comfort, and decreased anxiety among multidisciplinary resuscitation teams.

@article{Allan2010SimulationbasedTD,
  title={Simulation-based training delivered directly to the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit engenders preparedness, comfort, and decreased anxiety among multidisciplinary resuscitation teams.},
  author={Catherine K. Allan and Ravi R Thiagarajan and Dorothy M Beke and Annette Imprescia and Liana J Kappus and Alexander L Garden and Gavin P Hayes and Peter Laussen and Emile Antoine Bacha and Peter Weinstock},
  journal={The Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={140 3},
  pages={646-52}
}
OBJECTIVES Resuscitation of pediatric cardiac patients involves unique and complex physiology, requiring multidisciplinary collaboration and teamwork. To optimize team performance, we created a multidisciplinary Crisis Resource Management training course that addressed both teamwork and technical skill needs for the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit. We sought to determine whether participation improved caregiver comfort and confidence levels regarding future resuscitation events. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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