• Delivering TeamSTEPPS Using a Train-the-Trainer Approach 

      Francis-Johnson, Patricia G.; Decker, Sharon; Whitcomb, Kathryn; Caballero, Sandra; Leal, Melissa S. (2017-08-17)
      In 1999, after the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released its landmark report, To Err is Human, healthcare organizations began the journey to reduce adverse patient events in healthcare settings. This, and a subsequent report ...
    • Evaluating and Obtaining Annual Competencies Utilizing Simulation in Pediatric Intensive Care 

      Stennett, Charles Randall; Decker, Sharon; Davis, Gwen; Shuttlesworth, Shannon (2012-9-12)
      Purpose: A pilot project was initiated in an 18 bed PICU to evaluate nurses' competencies using simulation. Competencies were selected based on staff needs assessment and a root-cause-analysis of critical incidents occurring ...
    • Intergrating Simulation into TeamSTEPPS: A Tool to Promote Collaborative Practice in a Clinic Setting 

      Francis-Johnson, Patricia G.; Caballero, Sandra; Decker, Sharon; Leal, Melissa S.; Whitcomb, Kathryn (2016-08-11)
      Poor communication between professionals has been identified as a major cause of care delay and poor team performance. Simulation-based activities have demonstrated the ability to facilitate collaboration and improve ...
    • Updates to the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: The debriefing process 

      Decker, Sharon; Alinier, Guillaume; Crawford, Scott; Gordon, Randy; Jenkins, Deborah; Wilson, Cheryl
      Debriefing is a key component of all simulation-based educational (SBE) activities and is an activity for which myriad approaches and models have been developed and implemented  (Oriot & Alinier, 2018). To improve ...

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