Several versions of TeamSTEPPS are available, along with individual modules related to specific audiences, settings, or situations. All are available online.
TeamSTEPPS 2.0 is the core curriculum. It helps you train your staff in teamwork skills and lead a medical teamwork improvement initiative in your organization from initial concept development through to sustainment of positive changes. Materials include an instructor manual, short case studies, and videos illustrating teamwork opportunities and successes. Instructor and Trainer workshop materials focus on change management, coaching, and implementation. Supporting materials include a pocket guide and evaluation tools.
This module provides insight into the core concepts of teamwork as they are applied to the rapid response system. Comprehensive curricula and instructional guides include short case studies and videos illustrating teamwork opportunities and successes.
This guide provides instruction on using simulation-based training when teaching TeamSTEPPS®. The use of simulation has proven to be a powerful strategy in team-based health care. It affords excellent opportunities to enhance the quality of continuing education for health care professionals, as well as provide education and practice for students learning to become health care professionals.
This module provides insight into the core concepts of teamwork as they are applied to your work with patients who are not proficient in English. Comprehensive curricula and instructional guides include short case studies and videos illustrating teamwork opportunities and successes that include interpreters.
This module consists of videos showing how dental staff who perform oral surgery and general dentistry can use TeamSTEPPS teamwork, leadership, mutual support, communication, and situation monitoring skills in their practices.
TeamSTEPPS 2.0 for Long-Term Care curriculum reflects updates to the original TeamSTEPPS in Long-Term Care curriculum, which was released to the public in 2012. Since then, AHRQ released TeamSTEPPS 2.0, an update to the original curriculum that focuses on hospital-based teams. As a result, AHRQ has sponsored the development of an updated curriculum for use in the long-term care setting.
TeamSTEPPS® Office-Based Care Version offers techniques, tools, and strategies to assist health care professionals in developing and optimizing team knowledge and performance in medical offices. The course is intended for health care staff educators who play a key role in leading and assisting practices with their quality improvement efforts.