Journal of Undergraduate Research


peer teaching, TeamSTEPPS, master training course




1. Have student teaching assistants in the N293 Communication for Nurses Lab course and untrained faculty members attend the TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer course.

-This objective was met at a very high level. Funds from the MEG paid for four student teaching assistants and two faculty members to attend a TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer course at a regional training site. At this training, I was able to make a connection with the director of the TeamSTEPPS national implementation team. Through this connection, I was able to coordinate a 2 day TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer course training on-site at BYU for 55 full and part-time faculty, and two student teaching assistants in the College of Nursing. The national implementation team paid for this training, saving the College of Nursing a significant amount of money to get the faculty trained.

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Nursing Commons