News & Presentations


Mayer, CM. Evaluating Efforts to Optimize TeamSTEPPS Implementation in Surgical and Pediatric Intensive Care Units. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. 2011; 37(8): 365-374. PDF version

UNC TeamSTEPPS Forum Influences Spread to Area Hospital - announcement, June 2010

Designing Measurement of TeamSTEPPS Implementation Success - workshop presentation at the 2010 Annual TeamSTEPPS Collaborative, June 2010

Implementation of TeamSTEPPS and Overall Impact on the Hospital: A Success Story - presentation at the National Healthcare CNO Summit, April 2010

Interdisciplinary TeamSTEPPS™ Training for Critical Care High Stakes Events: Implications for Patient Safety - poster presentation at the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 39th Critical Care Congress, January 2010

Impact of TeamSTEPPS on an Academic Medical Center PICU and SICU - poster presentation at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's 21st Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care, December 2009

Nurses Find TeamSTEPPS Improves Communication and Outcomes - NurseZone.com, September 2009

Implementation, Spread, and Next Steps at UNC Health Care - presentation at the 3rd Annual TeamSTEPPS National Collaborative, June 2009

AHRQ National Implementation - UNC's Implementation Story, May 2009

Implementing a Bedside Check of Chemotherapy to Decrease Wrong Patient-Related Medication Errors - poster presentation at North Carolina Organization of Nurse Leaders Membership Meeting, May 2009

The Pre-Analysis of Customized TeamSTEPPS Training in the Pediatric and Surgical Intensive Care Units of an Academic Healthcare System - poster presentation at The Southern Nursing Research Society 23rd Annual Conference, February 2009

TeamSTEPPS in the Pediatric and Surgical ICUs: A Quality Improvement Project - presentation at the Fourteenth Annual International Scientific Symposium on Improving the Quality and Value of Health Care, December 2008

 


For more information about TeamSTEPPS™, please contact Celeste Mayer, PhD.