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Photo 1: Immersion training allows for the actual intervention at all levels of care. Here an actor is undergoing a cricothyroidotomy by the first responder.  (Anthony LaPorta)

Operating room crisis management leadership training: Guidance for surgical team education

This month’s cover story provides details on how the military medical services and other first responders are using a unique simulation model and other techniques to train personnel to lead in crisis situations. The article also explores the myths regarding performance improvement techniques that are frequently embedded in the culture of high-risk professions, often to their detriment, and suggests ways to address these challenges.


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