AHA Team Training regularly hosts no-cost webinars, featuring TeamSTEPPS and other team training, leadership and communication related topics.

Our webinars are generally held every second Wednesday of the month and the topics are as diverse as our presenters. We feature an interdisciplinary mix of experts from the field who are tackling real world challenges and sharing practical takeaways to help you move toward solutions. Register for our upcoming webinars below.

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Upcoming webinars


Wednesday, June 12 at 1:00 pm ET (12:00 pm CT, 11:00 am MT, 10:00 am PT)

Discover how utilizing Family Systems Theories and TeamSTEPPS creates a powerful health care team dynamic. Dr. Sanne Henninger will discuss this innovative approach that aims to enhance the evaluation of teams, build collaboration, communication, and overall effectiveness within health care teams, ultimately improving patient outcomes.

This webinar will showcase the interconnectedness of individuals within a team, drawing parallels between the dynamics of a family system and those of a health care team. By applying principles from Family Systems Theories and TeamSTEPPS, participants gain insight into how individual behaviors, communication patterns, and relationships impact the functioning of the team as a whole. Through this lens, team members learn to identify and address underlying issues that may hinder teamwork and patient care.

This webinar will offer a transformative learning experience for health care teams, equipping them with the knowledge, skills and tools needed to thrive in today’s complex health care environment. By combining insights from Family Systems Theories with the evidence-based practices of TeamSTEPPS, the program empowers teams to achieve new levels of collaboration, communication, and effectiveness, ultimately leading to improved patient outcomes and enhanced satisfaction for both patients and providers.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand systems thinking: team dynamics as interconnected systems from family dynamics theory
  • Gain a new way of evaluating a team from a family systems dynamic
  • Develop a new way to share understanding of human dynamics
  • Learn and apply new skills for managing complex health care teams


  • Sanne Henninger, EdD, LCSW
    Owner, Bright Blues Consulting
    Consultant Lumious and Licensed Psychotherapist,Thriveworks

Continuing Education:

Participants will earn 1.00 Joint Accreditation credit hour for this webinar by completing all CE requirements. CE credit is provided by Duke University Health System Clinical Education & Professional Development. They are accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

In order to qualify for credit, you must have an active Duke OneLink Account and watch the webinar live. If you do not have a Duke OneLink account, please follow these directions to set up your account and confirm your mobile number (both steps are required). Please note this is a one-time set-up and you may use your account for all future AHA Team Training webinars.

Team Training offers a variety of webinars - view our current offering(s) or browse the library.


Wednesday, June 26 at 1:00 pm ET (12:00 pm CT, 11:00 am MT, 10:00 am PT)

Maternal mortality and morbidity remain a pressing issue across the United States, that’s why Relias created the 2024 Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Prevention Report to shed light on the pressing challenges and opportunities to safeguard mothers and babies. With insight from over 700 obstetric care providers, we get an understanding of the current landscape of this issue from an organizational and care provider perspective. In this webinar, Lora Sparkman, MHA, RN, BSN, VP Patient Safety and Quality, Relias will dissect the key findings of the report, exploring factors contributing to maternal mortality rates, disparities in health care access, and effective interventions to address these issues.

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain insights into the gaps in nurse/provider awareness of and attention to maternal health issues
  • Understand the clinical practice variation on risk screening for known clinical causes of maternal morbidity and mortality
  • Gain an understanding of how maternal mental health screening and practice standards lag compared to clinical practice standards
  • Learn how race, implicit bias, and social determinants of health are as important as clinical factors regarding patient outcomes
  • Obtain insight into the preferred learning modalities that are most successful for clinicians


  • Lora Sparkman, MHA, BSN, RN
    Vice President, Patient Safety & Quality, Relias

Continuing Education:

We will not be offering any continuing education credit for this sponsored webinar.

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Team Training offers a variety of webinars - view our current offering(s) or browse the library.

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