TeamSTEPPS®: Research/Evidence Base


Daniels, K. & Auguste, T. (2013). Moving forward in patient safety: Multidisciplinary team training. Seminars in Perinatology 37(3), 146-50. Select to access the abstract.

Daniels K, Lipman S, Harney K, Arafeh J, & Druzin M. (2008). Use of simulation based team training for obstetric crises in resident education. Simulation in Healthcare 3, 154-60. Select to access the abstract.

Davis, S., Miller, K., & Riley, W. (2008). Reducing patient harm through interdisciplinary team training with in situ simulation. Paper presented at: Improving Patient Safety Conference. Cambridge, UK: Robinson College.

Ekmekci, O., Plack, M., Pintz, C., Bocchino, J., Lelacheur, S., & Halvaksz, J. (2013). Integrating executive coaching and simulation to promote interprofessional education of health care students. Journal of Allied Health 42(1), 17-24. Select to access the abstract.

Eppich, W., Howard, V., Vozenilek, J., Curran, I. (2011). Simulation-based team training in healthcare. Simulation in Healthcare: Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare Suppl:S14-9. Select to access the abstract.

Figueroa, M., Sepanski, R., Goldberg, S., & Shah, S. (2013). Improving teamwork, confidence, and collaboration among members of a pediatric cardiovascular intensive care unit multidisciplinary team using simulation-based team training. Pediatric Cardiology 34(3), 612-619. Select to access the abstract.

Gaba, D. M., Howard, S. K., Fish, K. J., Smith, B. E., & Sowb, Y. A. (2001). Simulation-based training in anesthesia crisis resource management (ACRM): A decade of experience. Simulation Gaming 32, 175-93. Select to access the abstract.

Garbee, D. D., Paige, J., et al. (2013). Interprofessional teamwork among students in simulated codes: A quasi-experimental study. Nurse Education Perspectives 34(5), 339-44. Select to access the abstract.

Harvey, E., Wright, A., Taylor, D., Bath, J. & Collier, B. (2013). TeamSTEPPS(®) simulation-based training: An evidence-based strategy to improve trauma team performance. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 44(11), 484-485. Select to access the abstract.

Meier, A. H., Boehler, M. L., et al. (2012). A surgical simulation curriculum for senior medical students based on TeamSTEPPS. Archives of Surgery 147(8), 761-6. Select to access the abstract.

Moorthy, K., Munz, Y., Adams, S., Pandey, V., & Darzi, A. (2005). A human factors analysis of technical and team skills among surgical trainees during procedural simulations in a simulated operating theatre. Annals of Surgery 242(5), 631-8. Select to access the abstract.

Morgan, P., Pittini, R., Regehr, G., Marrs, C., & Haley, M. (2007). Evaluating teamwork in a simulated obstetric environment. Anesthesiology 106, 907-15. Select to access the abstract.

Meurling, L., Hedman, L., Sandahl, C., Felländer-Tsai, L., & Wallin, C. (2013). Systematic simulation-based team training in a Swedish intensive care unit: a diverse response among critical care professions. BMJ Quality & Safety. Select to access the abstract.

Naik, V. N., & Brien, S. E. (2013). Review article: Simulation: A means to address and improve patient safety. Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia 60(2), 192-200. Select to access the abstract.

Nunnink, L., Welsh, A., Abbey, M., & Buschel, C. (2009). In situ simulation-based team training for post-cardiac surgical emergency chest reopen in the intensive care unit. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 37(1), 74-78. Select to access the abstract.

Paige, J. T., Garbee D. D., et al. (2013). Getting a head start: High-fidelity, simulation-based operating room team training of interprofessional students. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. Select to access the abstract.

Patterson, M. D., Geis, G. L., et al. (2013). In situ simulation: Detection of safety threats and teamwork training in a high risk emergency department. BMJ Quality and Safety 22(6), 468-77 Select to access the abstract.

Paull, D. E., Deleeuw, L. D., Wolk, S., Paige, J. T., Neily, J., & Mills, P. D. (2013). The effect of simulation-based crew resource management training on measurable teamwork and communication among interprofessional teams caring for postoperative patients. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 44(11), 516-24. Select to access the abstract.

Powers, K., Rehrig, S., Irias, N., et al. (2008). Simulated laparoscopic operating room crisis: An approach to enhance the surgical team performance. Surgical Endoscopy 22(4), 885-900. Select to access the abstract.

Riley, W., David, S., Miller, K., et al. (2011). Didactic and simulation nontechnical skills team training to improve perinatal patient outcomes in a community hospital. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 37, 357-64. Select to access the abstract.

Sandahl, C., Gustafsson, H., et al. (2013). Simulation team training for improved teamwork in an intensive care unit. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance 26(2), 174-88. Select to access the abstract.

Salas, E., Wilson, K. A., Burke, C. S., & Priest, H. A. (2005). Using simulation-based training to improve patient safety: What does it take? Journal of Quality and Patient Safety 31(7), 363-71. Select to access the abstract.

Schmidt, E., Goldhaber-Fiebert, S., Ho, L., & McDonald, K. (2013). Simulation exercises as a patient safety strategy: a systematic review. Annals of Internal Medicine 158(5 Pt 2), 426-432. Select to access the abstract.

Shear, T., Greenberg, S., & Tokarczyk, A. (2013). Does training with human patient simulation translate to improved patient safety and outcome? Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology 26(2), 159-163. Select to access the abstract.

Yee, B., Naik, V., et al. (2005). Nontechnical skills in anesthesia crisis management with repeated exposure to simulation-based education. Anesthesiology 103(2), 241-8. Select to access the abstract.

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