Tag Archives: simulation

Can Video Analysis Help Determine How Teams Influence Leadership in Maternity Care Settings?

Across the globe approximately 810 women die every day due to preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. Factors such as poverty and gender equality play a huge role, however, we must still invest in training midwives and in making emergency obstetric care available 24hrs a day. Of course, the structure of this investment varies,… Read More »

Making an impact on interprofessional perception amongst future nurses and pharmacists

You have seen with numerous posts in the past but also in recent publications the need and the call for increased collaboration between different parts of the health care team. This includes pharmacists and nurses, whether it be at the community level or within a hospital setting. Recently, we published a short report on the… Read More »

Research Note: The use of high fidelity simulation to promote interprofessional collaboration between student nurse anesthetists and physician anesthesia residents

  Authors and affiliations at bottom of article Introduction Physician anesthesiologists and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) have co-existed for over 100 years.  The relationship between them has often not been the most collegial. This interprofessional conflict has manifested in situations in which the practice of CRNAs has been both legally challenged and restricted by… Read More »