Estimating the Reliability of Nontechnical Skills in Medical Teams

Mete, Ipek
Brannick, Michael T.
OBJECTIVE: To assess the reliability of measurement of assessments of nontechnical skills in medical teams.


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I. Mete and M. T. Brannick, “Estimating the Reliability of Nontechnical Skills in Medical Teams,” JOURNAL OF SURGICAL EDUCATION, pp. 596–611, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: