Multidisciplinary Care: Using a Simple Approach to Promote Team-Based Learning and Patient Safety
Carol Amann, PhD, RN-BC, CDP, FNGNA; Valerie O'Toole-Baker, MSN, CNS -- Villa Maria School of Nursing, Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania, USA
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For years health professional education, inclusive of nursing, has occurred in silos throughout their program of study. This approach is no longer applicable to current workforce expectations. Participants will learn the “SIMPLE” (Simulated Interdisciplinary to Multidisciplinary Progressive Level Education) methodology to improve collaborative care utilizing a TeamStepps® patient safety approach.
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Simulated Interdisciplinary to Multidisciplinary Progressive Level Education;
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