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communication, Guyana, low-and-middle-income country, team dynamics, Team Emergency Assessment Measure, trauma team training



  1. Ramirez, Rick DNP, APRN, AG-ACNP-BC, FNP-BC, ENP-C, CEN, CPEN
  2. Cook, Courtney DNP, ACNP-BC
  3. Van Meter, Jessica DNP, APN-BC, CCRN, A-EMT


Abstract: Trauma teams without structured team training demonstrate impaired team dynamics, which can cause delays in patient care, leading to poor patient outcomes. Improving team dynamics leads to better communication, reduced errors, and enhanced patient care. Evidence-based trauma team training was implemented and delivered within a resource-restricted ED.