The First 4 Minutes Drill: Innovative Simulation-Based Team Training in the Ambulatory Care Setting

Poor teamwork and skills deficits contribute to adverse outcomes in all settings, even for experienced providers. Ambulatory care staff must always be ready to respond to low volume, high-risk emergencies. We implemented FFM (First 4 Minutes) simulation-based drills to provide training in effective teamwork for ambulatory care emergencies. Sessions took place onsite using emergency equipment that would normally be available.

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Work Title The First 4 Minutes Drill: Innovative Simulation-Based Team Training in the Ambulatory Care Setting
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  1. Janice Mills, MPsSc, BSN, RN-BC
  2. Marla Hoffmann, BSN, RN
  3. Sally Rudy, MSN, RN-BC, CHSE
Keyword
  1. Penn State Hershey Nursing
  2. Training
  3. Ambulatory Care
License All rights reserved
Work Type Poster
Publication Date 2015
Subject
  1. Nursing Training
Deposited August 07, 2015

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  • Added Creator Marla Hoffmann, BSN, RN
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