During emergencies, surgeons work in interprofessional teams and may need to perform emergency procedures; thus, resident training is needed. Forty-three surgical residents were evaluated during simulated clinical scenarios with an interdisciplinary team. Residents reported improved procedural confidence after training. Interprofessional simulation sessions resulted in improved communication, leadership, teamwork, and procedural ability scores. Nicksa et al conclude that interprofessional simulation provides a valuable means of educating surgical residents and evaluating their skills in real-life clinical scenarios.