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Preoperative team briefings have been suggested to be important for improving team performance in the operating room. Many high risk environments have accepted team briefings; however healthcare has been slower to follow. While applying briefings in the operating room has shown positive benefits including improved communication and perceptions of teamwork, most research has only focused on feasibility of implementation and not on understanding how the quality of briefings can impact subsequent surgical procedures. Thus, there are no formal protocols or methodologies that have been developed. The goal of this study was to relate specific characteristics of team briefings back to …
- Hildebrand, Emily Anne, Branaghan, Russell J, Cooke, Nancy J, et al.
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