Team performance dimensionsOverall (n = 308)Doctors (n = 129)PICU SpR (n = 39)Paed SHO (n = 32)Anaest SpR (n = 30)
1. Do you feel that the leader was recognised by all team members?131 (43%)53 (42%)16 (43%)12 (38%)16* (53%)
2. Do you think the leader assured maintenance of an appropriate balance between command authority and team member participation136 (45%)67* (53%)21* (55%)18* (56%)17* (59%)
3. Do you feel that each team member demonstrated clear understanding of his/her role?159* (52%)74* (58%)25* (64%)19* (59%)18* (60%)
4. Do you think the team prompted each other to attend to all significant clinical indicators throughout the scenario?145 (48%)66* (52%)20* (51%)19* (59%)18* (62%)
5. Do you think team members verbalised their activities aloud when they were actively involved with the patient?178* (59%)88* (69%)31* (82%)20* (63)22* (73%)
6. Do you feel that team members repeated back or paraphrased instructions and clarification to indicate that they heard them co198* (66%)87* (71)26* (70%)24* (77%)19* (68%)
7. Do you feel that disagreement or conflicts among team members were addressed without a loss of situation awareness?113* (51%)44 (48%)16 (50%)9 (50%)9 (50%)
8. Do you think roles were shifted to address urgent or emergent events when appropriate?120 (41%)62 (50%)20* (56%)15 (47%)17* (57%)
9. Do you think team members responded to potential errors or complications with procedures that avoided the error or complicati105 (40%)50 (45%)17 (49%)10 (42%)15* (58%)
Results shown as n (%); proportions were calculated excluding N/A scores and missing values. * Considered as cause for concern.