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Improving Team Training During Mock Code Blue Simulations

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Improving Team Training During Mock Code Blue Simulations

Communication and teamwork failures are the leading causes of errors in healthcare settings. In situ mock code simulations are a potential means to train team-based skills using simulation within real clinical care environments where errors occur; however, debriefing discussions often focus on gaps in learners' clinical skills as opposed to team functioning. This study aims to determine whether learners who are pre-trained using just-in-time simulation regarding CPR quality and medication administration will exhibit improved performance with respect to these skills during in situ mock codes as well as improved team functioning.

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Behavioral - Just-in-time training (JITT)

The JITT training is a 20 minute simulation-based teaching session targeting: (1) CPR quality and (2) medication administration.

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Improving the Quality of Team Training and Performance During Interprofessional in Situ Mock Code Blue Simulations: A Randomized Controlled Mixed-methods Study

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NCT02529215

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