What is the impact of multidisciplinary team simulation training on team performace and efficiency of patient care? An integrative reviewThis Journal Club explores the article What is the impact of multidisciplinary team simulation training on team performace and efficiency of patient care? An integrative review, and was presented by Suzanne Campbell PhD, RN, IBCLC. Suzanne is an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She has published book chapters and articles on nursing education, and is co-editor of Simulation Scenarios for Nursing Educators: Making it Real, (3rd Ed., 2018). Her clinical expertise in obstetrics, lactation, and women's health has provided opportunities for interprofessional education and development using simulation and innovative teaching methods. Her focus on instrument development has led to creation of the Global Interprofessional Therapeutic Communication Scale© (GITCS©) for assessment of the non-technical skill, therapeutic communication, between patient and provider, to be used interprofessionally and within a global context. She serves on several boards, including as Vice-President for International Affairs for the International Nursing Association for Clinical and Simulation Learning (INACSL)(2018-2020). An active member of the BC Simulation Network and Western Canadian Health Science Educators (WCHSE) she also is a course lead for Module 2 & 3 of CASN’s Canadian Simulation Nurse Educator certificate program.