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Building a Renowned Clinical Nurse Specialist Team: Recruitment, Role Development, and Value Identification.

This article will describe the outcomes associated with restructuring clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) into a centralized model with dedicated efforts focused on team and individual development.


The Team, the Team, the Team: What Critical Care Research Can Learn From Football Teams.

The Team, the Team, the Team: What Critical Care Research Can Learn from Football Teams.


A Case Study: A Team Approach to Professional Development and Accountability.

Excellent front-line care givers are often promoted to supervisory positions due to their abilities, knowledge, and excellent communication and critical thinking skills. However, they often lack knowledge in the 5 essential leadership domains. These newly appointed supervisors and managers are eager to learn these new competencies, but often their organization is not able to provide them. Management and leadership skills are often learned on the job. Professional development is left up to the individual. As...

Cognitive appraisals and team performance under stress: A simulation study.

The present study explored how challenge and threat responses to stress relate to performance, anxiety, confidence, team identity and team characteristics (time spent in training and postgraduate experience) in a medical simulation-based team competition.

Team approaches in palliative care: a review of the literature.

Interdisciplinary team involvement is commonplace in many palliative care settings across the world. Teamwork is perceived by many experts as an indispensable functionality of palliative care teams. Significantly different structural and functional attributes of these teams between regional and organisational contexts could potentially act both as strengths and weaknesses towards their overall productivity. The sustainability and resilience of the team also has an indirect bearing on the team functioning.

Allergy: New editorial team, innovative content and achievements after two years.

Two years have passed since our team took over Allergy, stirring it into a new direction as a World journal with a dedicated team of Editors from all continents. We opened the Davos Office of Allergy with a Managing Editor, Graphics Editor and Social Media Editor. Together with our Copenhagen, Oxford, and Manila offices, Allergy is now an international enterprise with a strong team of highly focused and motivated Editors (Table 1).

Fuzzy cognitive maps (FCMs) for the analysis of team communication.

Communication in teams plays a vital role in team success. This work proposes Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCMs) as a formalized, team communication methodology for the analysis of content and flow, simultaneously, of naturalistic team communication in a structured environment. Several methods of analysis of team communication exist. Few of them, however, analyze the flow and content of communication simultaneously, and none with teams using naturalistic language. Team communication data is coded for flow and cont...

The NATO Special Operations Surgical Team Development Course A Program Overview.

The Special Operations Surgical Team Development Course (SOSTDC) is a 5-day course held two or three times a year at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) training facility within the Special Operations Medical Branch (SOMB) of the Allied Centre for Medical Education (ACME). Its aim is to teach, train, develop, and encourage NATO partner nations to provide robust, hardened, and clinically able surgical resuscitation teams that are capable of providing close support to Special Operations Forces (SOF)...

NBA team home advantage: Identifying key factors using an artificial neural network.

What determines a team's home advantage, and why does it change with time? Is it something about the rowdiness of the hometown crowd? Is it something about the location of the team? Or is it something about the team itself, the quality of the team or the styles it may or may not play? To answer these questions, season performance statistics were downloaded for all NBA teams across 32 seasons (83-84 to 17-18). Data were also obtained for other potential influences identified in the literature including: stad...

An ontology-driven framework to support the dynamic formation of an interdisciplinary healthcare team.

Teamwork has become a modus operandi in healthcare and delivery of patient care by an interdisciplinary healthcare team (IHT) is now a prevailing modality of care. We argue that a formal and automated support framework is needed for an IHT to properly leverage information technology resources. Such a framework should allow for patient preferences and expand a representation of a clinical workflow with a formal model of dynamic formation of a team, especially with regards to team leader- and membership, and ...

Team climate mediates the effect of diversity on environmental science team satisfaction and data sharing.

Scientific research-especially high-impact research-is increasingly being performed in teams that are interdisciplinary and demographically diverse. Nevertheless, very little research has investigated how the climate on these diverse science teams affects data sharing or the experiences of their members. To address these gaps, we conducted a quantitative study of 266 scientists from 105 NSF-funded interdisciplinary environmental science teams. We examined how team climate mediates the associations between t...

What attributes define excellence in a trauma team? A qualitative study

Hospital trauma teams consist of a diverse spectrum of health care professionals who work together to deliver quality care. Although the qualities of a well-performing trauma team are often believed to be self-evident, there is little objective information about the most desirable personal and professional characteristics associated with quality trauma care. The aim of this study was to determine the traits and characteristics deemed of greatest value for a trauma team leader and a trauma team member in the...

Pulmonary embolism response team.

The Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT) is a multidisciplinary team that quickly evaluates, coordinates diagnosis, and optimizes management for patients with pulmonary embolism (PE), a serious public health problem. The classification and management of PE has evolved over recent years. Despite updated guidelines by major medical organizations, classification and management relies heavily on expert opinion. Given the complexity of patients with PE and the variety of clinical presentations and treatment o...

A Description of Parent Input in IEP Development Through Analysis IEP Documents.

Parent input in individualized education program (IEP) development is the clear expectation in U.S. education law. Every IEP team must include parents, and their input must be equally considered when developing IEPs. The present study used content analysis of 88 IEPs of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities to explore team membership, concerns parents raised during IEP meetings, and evidence that parent concerns and priorities are reflected in IEP goals and supplementary aids and service...

Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgery: Characterization of the One-Team and Two-Team Approaches.

To the best of our knowledge, no studies have compared the patient profiles for 1- versus 2-team surgery within head and neck oncosurgery.

Perception of team-based learning using the team-based learning student assessment instrument: an exploratory analysis within pharmacy and biomedical students in the United Kingdom.

This study aimed to evaluate students' perception of team-based learning (TBL) amongst a cohort who was exposed to this methodology for the first time at an university in the United Kingdom .

Impact of care pathway implementation on interprofessional teamwork: An international cluster randomized controlled trial.

This study evaluates whether the implementation of an in-hospital care pathway (CP) improves interprofessional teamwork across countries and tests whether improved communications ("relational coordination") is the mechanism of action. A hospital-based cluster randomized controlled trial in Ireland, Belgium, Italy, and Portugal was performed. Fifty-six interprofessional teams caring for patients admitted with an exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or for patients with a proximal femur fract...

Autonomic Synchronization under Three Task Conditions and its Impact on Team Performance.

Psychologists have had a long-standing interest in the connections between group processes and team performance. The biopsychosocial perspective has piqued an interest in the connection between team processes and performance and coordinated and synchronized physiological arousal levels among team members. Studies of synchronization in work teams have been stalled by the lack of a metric that captures the total synchronization within teams of three or more people. This study examined how synchronized physiol...

Chronicle of an unintentional MDMA intoxication of a field hockey team to prevent its qualification for the Beijing 2008 Olympics: a case report.

Current doping trends overshadow the traditional interpretation of using prohibited performance-enhancing drugs to improve training and/or sports results. Its definition has evolved due to several recent cases of unconventional manipulation in sports. In this article, we present a case study of an intentional intoxication against the Spanish National Field Hockey team that resulted in its ineligibility for the 2008 Summer Olympics. The events occurred during the pre-qualifying Olympic tournament held in Aze...

Implementation and evaluation of a team-based pharmacy practice model in a community health system.

The development and implementation of a team-based pharmacy practice model is described.

Team Physiological Dynamics: A Critical Review.

Review the use of physiological measurement in team settings and propose recommendations to improve the state of the science.

A multilevel hypernetworks approach to capture properties of team synergies at higher complexity levels.

Previous work has sought to explain team coordination using insights from theories of synergy formation in collective systems. Under this theoretical rationale, players are conceptualised as independent degrees of freedom, whose interactions can become coupled to produce team synergies, guided by shared affordances. Previous conceptualisation from this perspective has identified key properties of synergies, the measurement of which can reveal important aspects of team dynamics. However, some team properties...

Job satisfaction of the nursing team in intensive care units.

to evaluate job satisfaction and its relationship with the personal and professional characteristics of the nursing team.

Students' Perceptions of School Connectedness and Being Part of a Team: A Brief Report Evaluating Project TEAM™.

School connectedness constitutes a protective factor for students, diminishing negative outcomes and increasing positive ones. Enhancing school connectedness positively affects students' stress levels, social confidence, victimization, health risks behaviors, and school performance, including attendance and grades. Interventions for promoting school connectedness are preventive, goal-oriented, and target the wellbeing of all students. We investigated a pilot implementation of a team-oriented whole school pr...


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