Accession Number:

AD1093802

Title:

Obstetric Simulation Training and Teamwork (OB-STaT) to Reduce Postpartum Hemorrhage

Descriptive Note:

Technical Report,02 Jan 2018,31 Dec 2018

Corporate Author:

Naval Medical Center Portsmouth United States

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

2019-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

16.0

Abstract:

Postpartum hemorrhage PPHcomplicating 4-6 of all deliveriesremains a leading cause of treatable maternal morbidity and mortality in theUS. PPH safety bundles may provide an opportunity to improve clinical skills and have been associated with improved patient outcomes. Additionally, military obstetric team members are expected to deploy and provide combat casualty care further necessitating the need for effective teamwork. This study aims to determine the impact of the Obstetric Simulation Training and Teamwork OB-STaT curriculum on PPH rates and associated clinical markers in continental United States CONUS U.S. Navy USN military treatment facilities MTFs. The investigators hypothesize that OB-STaT will 1 decrease PPH rates and improve 2 objective measures of hemorrhage management, 3 perceptions of teamwork, 4 team performance indicators and latent threat detection, and 5overall patient satisfaction. Methods This is a prospective cross-over cohort study of CONUS USN MTFs currently providing perinatal care. Baseline 6-monthclinical data of all measures clinical, team performance, and patient satisfaction will be collected using medical records and validated questionnaires. Next, each site will be exposed to the OB-STaT curriculum over a 2-5 day period to ensure maximum participation. Each session is 4 hours in duration and begins with baseline knowledge and teamwork evaluation through a pre-test and in-situ simulation. Next, participants complete a multi-disciplinary debrief followed by independent practice on psychomotor skill work stations utilizing task trainers. Finally, a second simulation, debrief and knowledge post-test are administered.

Subject Categories:

  • Medicine and Medical Research

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE