TeamSTEPPS for Patients: A Pilot Test in Labor and Delivery.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. December 17, 2014; 1:00–2:00 PM (Eastern).
This webinar will introduce a TeamSTEPPS curriculum for patients and family members piloted in labor and delivery and will cover lessons learned and implications of the project. The featured presenter is David Baker, who has been working with TeamSTEPPS since its launch.
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