AHA Team Training

Welcome to the American Hospital Association's Team Training Program featuring TeamSTEPPS®

AHA Team Training strives to make teams of experts into expert teams. Using a variety of approaches, we support change initiatives to help educate, convene, and shape health care organizations to provide safer team-based care. Our primary focus is Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety (TeamSTEPPS®). It is an evidence-based set of tools for optimizing patient outcomes by improving communication and teamwork among health care professionals. It includes a comprehensive set of ready-to-use materials and a training curriculum to successfully integrate teamwork principles into any health care system.

Teams working with American Hospital Association faculty have improved communication and teamwork in their organizations through courses, webinars, an annual national conference, and community support and engagement.

 
 
 

Join Us!

You won't want to miss next year's premier team training event! Join us June 3-5, 2020 in New Orleans to learn from and network with interdisciplinary health care professionals dedicated to helping create a culture of safety through better and more efficient team-based care. Registration is now open for both the conference and pre-conference sessions. View our special rates and take advantage of early bird pricing before it ends March 31, 2020.

Partner with Us!

We are looking for strong interprofessional faculty teams to help fundamentally change the future of health care! We want to widen our network of TeamSTEPPS Master Trainers, practicing clinicians and health care professionals to fulfill requests from the field for customized, onsite presentations and TeamSTEPPS courses. Download our Call for Faculty to learn more about the benefits of partnership and the application process.

 
 
 

About Us and TeamSTEPPS

 

Learn more about how the AHA Team Training program is helping health care organizations utilize TeamSTEPPS to create a culture of safety and provide better, more efficient team-based care.