Team Training and TeamSTEPPS™
The Duke TeamSTEPPS™-based courses can help you improve your medical team’s safety, performance, and clinical outcomes. These interactive sessions bring to life the practical tools and strategies of leadership, teamwork, communication, situation monitoring, mutual support, and change management—all of which help enhance efficiency and reduce the potential for error.
Utilizing tools rooted in more than 30 years of research, Duke’s expert team trainers introduce and reinforce teachable and learnable skills that produce highly effective and adaptable medical teams. We offer courses for learners at all levels in health professions, from students to organizational leaders, seeking to master the knowledge and behaviors fundamental to team-based care delivery.
Duke is proud to be one of six regional training centers for the American Hospital Association’s Team Training curriculum.
TeamSTEPPS for Change Leaders and Champions (Webinars, open to all)
Designed for busy health care leaders, this national team training course combines weekly interactive workshops with flexible, self-paced learning over a 7-week period. This course especially emphasizes project-based learning and faculty coaching to guide participants through the development of an actionable plan specific to their own organization’s needs and opportunities.
Next cohort begins January 13, 2022. Register here.
TeamSTEPPS® Essentials (in person, open to Duke employees)
TeamSTEPPS Essentials is a 4-hour class designed for Duke Health clinical or administrative individuals or teams. It provide a high level overview of teamwork concepts and skills.
Next training: TBA
For more information, contact: Erin Eckert, 919-668-4893 or email@example.com.
American Hospital Association Team Training Research and Evidence Base
Free TeamSTEPPS® Pocket Guide
Teamwork Toolkit: offers concrete strategies to improve and enhance your team
Cancellation Policy: Please refer to the American Hopspital Association cancellations, substitutions, and refunds policy on the AHA website.