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Effect of Simulation on Interprofessional Communication and Collaboration for Nurses in China

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Nurses working in China do not have access to hospital data, access to professional organizations, or to the internet for reviewing evidence-based practice (EBP). Chinese healthcare organizational leaders are seeking

Nurses working in China do not have access to hospital data, access to professional organizations, or to the internet for reviewing evidence-based practice (EBP). Chinese healthcare organizational leaders are seeking international support to provide nurse leaders with necessary skills to lead China based organizations in safe, quality, healthcare delivery.

With the opening of a new hospital in Yinchuan, China, it is imperative to ensure that a climate of collaboration, teamwork, and clear communication methods exist between nurses, doctors, and other interprofessional staff members. Evidence indicates that use of simulation with standardized communication tools and processes (use of Situation-Background- Assessment-Recommendation [SBAR], TeamSTEPPS, and checklists) can facilitate interprofessional collaboration and teamwork and improve communication among interprofessional staff. Designing effective simulation scenarios with sensitivity to Chinese culture, with an interprofessional staff will enhance quality and patient safety in Chinese hospitals.

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  • 2020-04-30