AHA Team Training Resources

Materials to Help You on Your Journey

Curriculum

The TeamSTEPPS® curriculum is made available by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and hosted on their website. The AHRQ curriculum includes:

  • TeamSTEPPS® 2.0
  • TeamSTEPPS® for Office-Based Care Version
  • TeamSTEPPS® Long-Term Care Version
  • TeamSTEPPS® Dental Module
  • Patients with Limited English Proficiency
  • TeamSTEPPS® Rapid Response Systems Guide
  • Training Guide: Using Simulation in TeamSTEPPS® Training

Pocket Guide

The NEW TeamSTEPPS pocket guide is now available. An essential, go-to resource, the Pocket Guide is a quick reference to TeamSTEPPS tools and principles. You can download a free PDF version. Pocket guides are also available to purchase in the AHA Online Store

Research and Evidence

Team training including TeamSTEPPS has been published by health care professionals in the United States and abroad. AHRQ has a TeamSTEPPS research and evidence base that is cataloged by a variety of topics and clinical disciplines.

Case Studies

Check back soon for more information about how to submit a case study. Please contact TeamTraining@aha.org with any questions.

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