Welcome to the Online Master Trainer Course Module 2: Team Structure How This Online Course Works This course will walk you through the TeamSTEPPS content just as you will present it when you train your colleagues and staff It teaches you all the concepts that comprise the TeamSTEPPS initiative While also teaching you to teach TeamSTEPPS to your colleagues Use the navigation buttons in the lower right to work through the online modules Select Select here here to to move back to to the
the previous slide slide Module 2: Team Structure Select Select here here to to move to the next slide 2 of 25 The Materials You Will Use When you deliver your training you will use these materials:
here to to review review materials materials on the TeamSTEPPS TeamSTEPPS website website 3 of 25 Please Print the Instructor Guide To best use this online module, please print the Module 2 Instructor Guide, located here. You may also want to print the TeamSTEPPS Pocket Guide Then we will proceed to work through the slides you will use to train just as if you are
delivering this module at your facility. Module 2: Team Structure 4 of 25 Cover Slide: Prepare To promote teamwork you must first understand the structure of teams See pages 3-4 in the Instructor Guide for details on how to prepare to deliver this module Module 2: Team Structure 5 of 25
Slide 2: Objectives Use slide 2 to introduce your learners to what will be covered in this module See page 5 in the Instructor Guide for details on how to facilitate this slide Module 2: Team Structure 6 of 25 Slide 3: Introduce Team Structure Using slide 3, you will provide an overview of Team Structure See page 6 in the Instructor Guide for details on how to facilitate this slide Module 2: Team Structure
7 of 25 Slide 4: What Defines a Team? Two or more people who interact dynamically, interdependently, and adaptively toward a common and valued goal, have specific roles or functions, and have a time-limited membership Module 2: Team Structure 8 of 25 Slide 5: Teams & Teamwork Exercise Download the Teams & Teamwork Exercise Sheet
Worksheet questions: Who are the team members in your area or unit? What is the goal of your unit or work area? What characteristics make a group a team? See page 8 in the Instructor Guide for details on this exercise Module 2: Team Structure 9 of 25 Complete Your Own Worksheet Download and print the worksheet at right. Use it to answer these questions: Who are the team members in your
immediate work area or unit? What is the Goal of your unit or work area? List 2-3 characteristics that make the group a team Select Select here here to download and and print print the the worksheet worksheet and and answer answer the the question. question.
Module 2: Team Structure 10 of 25 Worksheet Discussion Review your worksheet answers: Did you include patients in your list of team members? A key concept of team structure is partnering with the patient and their family As you are teaching, ask the group to share some of their answers. Module 2: Team Structure 11 of 25
Partnering With the Patient (Slide 6) Strategies for involving patients in their care: Include patients in bedside rounds Conduct handoffs at the patients bedside Provide patients with tools for communicating with their care team Involve patients in key committees Actively enlist patient participation Module 2: Team Structure See Instructor Guide, pages 9-10 12 of 25
Clinical Team Responsibilities (Slide 7) Embrace patients and their families as valuable and contributing partners in patient care Listen to patients and their families Ask patients preference regarding involvement Ask patients about their concerns Speak to them in lay terms Allow time for patients and families to ask
questions Give them access to relevant information Ask for their feedback Encourage patients and their families to proactively participate in patient care Module 2: Team Structure 13 of 25 Patient & Family Responsibilities (Slide 8) Provide accurate patient information Comply with the prescribed plan of care (e.g., schedule and attend appointments as directed) Ask questions and/or voice any concerns regarding the plan of care
Monitor and report changes in the patients condition Manage family members Follow instructions of the clinical team Module 2: Team Structure 14 of 25 Multi-Team System (MTS) for Patient Care Module 2: Team Structure 15 of 25 Slide 10: A Core Team is A group of care providers who work interdependently
to manage a set of assigned patients from point of assessment to disposition Module 2: Team Structure Core Team members have the closest contact with the patient! 16 of 25 Slide 11: A Contingency Team is
A time-limited team formed for emergent or specific events and composed of members from various teams Module 2: Team Structure The TeamSTEPPS Rapid Response Systems Guide is available from AHRQ 17 of 25
Slide 12: A Coordinating Team is A team comprising those work area members who are responsible for managing the operational environment that supports the Core Team Module 2: Team Structure 18 of 25 Slide 13: Ancillary & Support Services Ancillary Services provide direct, taskspecific, time-limited care to patients. Support Services provide indirect service-focused tasks
that help to facilitate the optimal health care experience for patients and their families Module 2: Team Structure 19 of 25 The Role of Administration is to Establish and communicate vision Develop policies and set expectations for staff related to teamwork Support and encourage staff during implementation and culture change Hold teams accountable
for team performance Define the culture of the organization Module 2: Team Structure ADM INISTRATI ON 20 of 25 Slide 15: Team Structure Video As you watch the video, consider how the lack of team structure plays a role in the situation shown. See page 19-20 in the Instructor Guide for details on how to facilitate this slide Select
Select the the image image to to launch launch a web web browser where where you you can can watch watch the the video video Module 2: Team Structure 21 of 25
Slide 16: Video Discussion Lets discuss what you saw in the video: What members of the teams were involved? Who from the Core Team? Who from the Coordinating Team? From the Contingency Team? From the Ancillary & Support Services? Where did the breakdowns occur? See pages 19-20 in the Instructor Guide Module 2: Team Structure 22 of 25 Slide 17: Applying TeamSTEPPS Exercise
Close Module 2 by answering these questions: Who are the members of the team experiencing a teamwork issue? Which team or teams within your multi-team system are experiencing the teamwork issue? Which teams interact with or are otherwise affected by the team(s) experiencing the issue? Select here to to download download and and print print the the TeamSTEPPS Implementation Worksheet TeamSTEPPS
Worksheet and and answer answer the questions. Module 2: Team Structure 23 of 25 Module 2 Summary In this module you learned to: Discuss benefits of teamwork and team structure Define a team Identify the role of patients and their families as part of the care team Describe the components and
composition of a multi-team system Module 2: Team Structure 24 of 25 Module 2 Conclusion This concludes Module 2 of the TeamSTEPPS 2.0 Online Master Trainer Course Module 2 Go to Module 3 Module 3
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