SBAR: A Structured Human Factors Communication Technique
The use of SBAR—situation , background, assessment, recommendation— is being widely adopted and adapted within healthcare. This article describes the early origins of SBAR, the original application for its use, where SBAR has proven successful and where it is less useful.
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