Inter-professional simulation training for community mental health teams: Findings from a mixed methods study” is a paper that evaluated the efficacy of a simulation training course for community mental health teams. Knowledge and confidence increased, and emerging themes of inter-professional understanding, attitudes in clinical practice, well-being, fidelity in clinical practice, and self reflection were highlighted in the feedback.
Piette, A. E., Attoe, C., Humphreys, R., Cross, S., & Kowalski, C. (2018). Interprofessional simulation training for community mental health teams: Findings from a mixed methods study. Journal of interprofessional Care, 32(6), 762-770.Return to R&D