Insitu simulation of obstetrical emergencies: An interprofessional approach
Shanda Tichelle Harrison, MSN - Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO, USA; Marissa Kiefer, MHA - Riley Children's Health, Indianapolis, IN, USA; Karen White-Trevino, DNP, MSN, RN, NE-BC - School of Nursing, University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL, USA
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The purpose of this quality improvement project was to engage an interprofessional team to implement an insitu simulation program on a Maternal Service unit using the foundation of an established program to improve comfort with responding to obstetrical emergencies while reducing latent safety threats through an Interprofessional education feedback committee.
45th Biennial Convention 2019 Theme: Connect. Collaborate. Catalyze.
|Review Type||Faculty/Mentor Approved: Sigma Academy Participant Presentation|
|Keywords||Interprofessional Insitu Simulation;
Latent Safety Threats;
Maternal Child Health
|Name||45th Biennial Convention|
|Host||Sigma Theta Tau International|
|Location||Washington, DC, USA|
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