TEAM™ – Further Information


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[2] Cooper S, Cant R, Sellick K, Porter J, Somers G, Kinsman L, Nestel D. Rating medical emergency teamwork performance: development of the Team Emergency Assessment Measure (TEAM). Resuscitation. 2010. 81. 446-452.

[3] Cooper S, Cant R, Porter J, Missen K, Sparkes L, McConnell-Henry T, Endacott R., Managing Patient Deterioration: Assessing Teamwork and Individual Performance. Emerg. Med. J. 2012. Published on line 19 May 2012. doi:10.1136/emermed-2012-201312

[4] Cooper S, Janghorbani M, Cooper G. A decade of in-hospital resuscitation: outcomes and prediction of survival. Resuscitation. 2006; 68: 231-37.

[5] Abella BS, Alvarado J, Myklebust H, Edelson DP, Barry A, O’Hearn N, Vanden H, Becker L. Quality of cardiopulmonary resuscitation during in-hospital cardiac arrest. JAMA. 2005; 293: 305-10.

[6] Cooper S, O’Carroll J, Jenkin A, Badger B. Collaborative practices in unscheduled emergency care: role and impact of the emergency care practitioner qualitative and summative findings. Emerg. Med. J. 2007; 24: 625-29.

[7] DeVita MA, Schaefer J, Lutz J, Wang H, Dongilli T. Improving medical emergency team (MET) performance using a novel curriculum and a computerised human patient simulator. Qual Saf Health Care. 2005; 14: 326-31.

[8] Thomas EJ, Taggart B, Crandell S, Lasky RE, Williams AL. Love LJ, Sexton JB, Tyson JE, Helmreich RL. Teaching teamwork during the Neonatal Resuscitation Program: A randomised trial. Journal of Perinatology. 2007; 27: 409-14.

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[18] Cant R, Cooper SJ. The benefits of debriefing as formative feedback in nurse education. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing 2011; 29(1) 37-47.. Open access At:

[19] Cooper S., McConnell-Henry T., Cant R., Porter J., Missen K., Kinsman L., Endacott R., Scholes J. Managing deteriorating patients: Registered nurses’ performance in a simulated setting. The Open Nursing Journal,  2011, 5: 120-126 [DOI: 10.2174/18744346011050100120]

[20] Endacott R, Scholes J, Cooper S, McConnell-Henry T, Porter J, Missen K, Kinsman L, Champion R. Identifying patient deterioration: using simulation and reflective review to examine decision making skills in a rural hospital. International Journal of Nursing Studies. Accepted 15/10/11. Pre-publication on line at

[21] Cooper S. Bulle B. Biro MA. Jones J.. Miles M. Gilmour C. Buykx P. Boland R. Kinsman L. Scholes J. Endacott R. Managing women with acute physiological deterioration: student midwives performance in a simulated setting. Women and Birth. Accepted 25/8/11 Pre-publication on line at

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