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Friday, January 27, 2017

800 - 1700
SSH Research Summit: Beyond our Boundaries, Day 1 (#28607) Includes Friday evening reception immediately following the session.
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Today, simulation is used in many areas of healthcare to teach medical professionals

and guide researchers to improve patient safety. Tomorrow? That’s the question...We’ll attempt to answer with two days of discussion, debate, networking and, above all, opportunity. Explore ways in which we can shape the future of healthcare simulation by looking beyond our present boundaries to what we should, or even more excitingly, could, be doing.

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Speaker(s): Mark W Scerbo, PhD; Bob Armstrong, MS; Jennifer L Arnold, MD, MSc; Aaron William Calhoun, MD; Adam Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FAAP; Samsun Lampotang; Matthew Lineberry, PhD; Connie M Lopez, MSN, CNS, RNC-OB, CPHRM; William C McGaghie, PhD; John Paige, MD, FACS; Jill S Sanko, PhD, MS, ARNP-BC, CHSE-A; John Sokolowski, PhD; Thomas B Talbot, MD, MS, FAAP; Matt Weinger

Today, simulation is used in many areas of healthcare to teach medical professionals

and guide researchers to improve patient safety. Tomorrow? That’s the question...We’ll attempt to answer with two days of discussion, debate, networking and, above all, opportunity. Explore ways in which we can shape the future of healthcare simulation by looking beyond our present boundaries to what we should, or even more excitingly, could, be doing.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

800 - 1700
CHSE Readiness Review Course (#28988)
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Gain the confidence and knowledge you need to develop your personal action plan for study by attending one of SSH's Certification Readiness Review Courses. Led by experienced simulation experts, these courses provide essential information to help you as you pursue certification.

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Speaker(s): Dawn M Schocken, MPH, PhD; Susan Gross Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A; Dawn Swiderski, MSN, RN, CCRN, CHSE

Gain the confidence and knowledge you need to develop your personal action plan for study by attending one of SSH's Certification Readiness Review Courses. Led by experienced simulation experts, these courses provide essential information to help you as you pursue certification.

800 - 1200
SSH Research Summit: Beyond our Boundaries, Day 2 (#29772)
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Today, simulation is used in many areas of healthcare to teach medical professionals

and guide researchers to improve patient safety. Tomorrow? That’s the question...We’ll attempt to answer with two days of discussion, debate, networking and, above all, opportunity. Explore ways in which we can shape the future of healthcare simulation by looking beyond our present boundaries to what we should, or even more excitingly, could, be doing.

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Speaker(s): Mark W Scerbo, PhD; Bob Armstrong, MS; Jennifer L Arnold, MD, MSc; Aaron William Calhoun, MD; Adam Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FAAP; Samsun Lampotang; Matthew Lineberry, PhD; Connie M Lopez, MSN, CNS, RNC-OB, CPHRM; William C McGaghie, PhD; John Paige, MD, FACS; Jill S Sanko, PhD, MS, ARNP-BC, CHSE-A; John Sokolowski, PhD; Thomas B Talbot, MD, MS, FAAP

Today, simulation is used in many areas of healthcare to teach medical professionals

and guide researchers to improve patient safety. Tomorrow? That’s the question...We’ll attempt to answer with two days of discussion, debate, networking and, above all, opportunity. Explore ways in which we can shape the future of healthcare simulation by looking beyond our present boundaries to what we should, or even more excitingly, could, be doing.

800 - 1700
CHSOS Readiness Review Course
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Gain the confidence and knowledge you need to develop your personal action plan for study by attending one of SSH's Certification Readiness Review Courses. Led by experienced simulation experts, these courses provide essential information to help you as you pursue certification.

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Speaker(s): Timothy Whitaker, BS, CHSE, CHSOS, EMT-P, CMTE; Ryne M. Ackard, MS CHSE CHSOS; Matthew David Charnetski, NREMTP, CCP; Sunmeng Chen; Wanda Goranson, MSN, RN-BC, CHSE, CHSOS; Judy Kitchens, MHA, CHSE, CHSOS

Gain the confidence and knowledge you need to develop your personal action plan for study by attending one of SSH's Certification Readiness Review Courses. Led by experienced simulation experts, these courses provide essential information to help you as you pursue certification.

1300 - 1700
Research: Where Do I Begin?
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

This course aims to help novice educational investigators acquire basic knowledge and skills in educational research. The workshop interposed discussions and small group sessions will focus on: (1) stating quantitative and qualitative research questions; (2) exploring the features of a sound educational research project; and (3) preparing research reports. Participants will leave with an outline for an educational research project.

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Speaker(s): William C McGaghie, PhD; Jeffrey Groom, PhD, CRNA; Barry Issenberg, MD; Viva Siddall, MS, MS, RRT-ACCS, RCP, CHSE

This course aims to help novice educational investigators acquire basic knowledge and skills in educational research. The workshop interposed discussions and small group sessions will focus on: (1) stating quantitative and qualitative research questions; (2) exploring the features of a sound educational research project; and (3) preparing research reports. Participants will leave with an outline for an educational research project.

1300 - 1700
Organizational Case Simulations to Enhance Patient Safety
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

The purpose of this course is to engage learners in co-designing a unique experiential learning event focused on a systems approach to patient safety in health care organizations. Workshop participants will use a guiding template based on Reason’s Blunt End/Sharp End model of organizational safety to create a novel experiential learning activity that promotes awareness of organizational interdependencies around patient safety.

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Speaker(s): Mary L Koehn, PhD, APRN, CHSE; Paul N Uhlig, MD; Andrew Christenson

The purpose of this course is to engage learners in co-designing a unique experiential learning event focused on a systems approach to patient safety in health care organizations. Workshop participants will use a guiding template based on Reason’s Blunt End/Sharp End model of organizational safety to create a novel experiential learning activity that promotes awareness of organizational interdependencies around patient safety.

1300 - 1700
Milestone Assessments: Create your Own OSCE
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Anesthesia

Some ACGME milestone domains are particularly challenging to reliably and repeatedly observe in the context of clinical care. However, no simulation-based milestone assessments (SMBA) or OSCE tools have been provided by the ACGME. In this course, expert faculty from 7 institutions will help participants create their own SBMA/OSCE, by discussing the idea, design, implementation, psychometric validation, and how to continually improve.

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Speaker(s): Marjorie Podraza Stiegler, MD; Armando J Ariza, MD; Wendy K Bernstein, MD, MBA; Sally Fortner, MS, MD; Robert S Isaak, DO; Stuart McGrane, MBChB; Vincent J Miller; Nicholas B Nedeff, MD, CHSE; Annette Rebel, MD

Some ACGME milestone domains are particularly challenging to reliably and repeatedly observe in the context of clinical care. However, no simulation-based milestone assessments (SMBA) or OSCE tools have been provided by the ACGME. In this course, expert faculty from 7 institutions will help participants create their own SBMA/OSCE, by discussing the idea, design, implementation, psychometric validation, and how to continually improve.

1300 - 1700
Create Engaging Pre- and Post-course Content
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Medical Education

This hands-on session will give learners a deeper understanding of available electronic tools to use in developing engaging, effective content. Using widely available systems and DIY components, participants will create electronic content that can be used as an adjunct to simulations. Attendees should bring content ideas and laptop computers/tablets. Faculty will share exemplars, provide resources, and assist with electronic content development.

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Speaker(s): Jared Kutzin, DNP, MS, MPH, RN, CPPS, CPHQ, CHSOS, NEA-BC; Xavier Gomez, M.Ed; Paul E Phrampus, MD; KT Waxman, DNP, MBA, RN, CNL, CENP, CHSE, FAAN

This hands-on session will give learners a deeper understanding of available electronic tools to use in developing engaging, effective content. Using widely available systems and DIY components, participants will create electronic content that can be used as an adjunct to simulations. Attendees should bring content ideas and laptop computers/tablets. Faculty will share exemplars, provide resources, and assist with electronic content development.

1300 - 1700
Interactive Scenario Development for Interprofessional Teams Using TeamSTEPPS
Type: Immersive Course | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Simulation has been utilized to enhance teamwork, interpersonal and communication skills in healthcare. TeamSTEPPS® (Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety) is an evidence-based teamwork system aimed at optimizing patient outcomes by improving communication and teamwork skills. This interactive course will provide framework on utilizing simulation in TeamSTEPPS training for inter-professional teams.

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Speaker(s): Shiva Kalidindi, MD MPH Ms(Ed.) CHSE

Simulation has been utilized to enhance teamwork, interpersonal and communication skills in healthcare. TeamSTEPPS® (Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety) is an evidence-based teamwork system aimed at optimizing patient outcomes by improving communication and teamwork skills. This interactive course will provide framework on utilizing simulation in TeamSTEPPS training for inter-professional teams.

1300 - 1700
Simulation Design for Behavior Change
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Medical Education

In this workshop, we will introduce a strategy aimed to help implement a change initiative. In the first half of the workshop, we will introduce a behavior change framework, and we will augment that by discussing principles of influence/persuasion and design in the second half. To illustrate our learning objectives, participants will use a case study to discuss the implementation of an in situ simulation program.

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Speaker(s): Yieshan Melissa Chan, MD; Christine Park, MD; Suzanne Strom, MD; Meltem Yilmaz, MD

In this workshop, we will introduce a strategy aimed to help implement a change initiative. In the first half of the workshop, we will introduce a behavior change framework, and we will augment that by discussing principles of influence/persuasion and design in the second half. To illustrate our learning objectives, participants will use a case study to discuss the implementation of an in situ simulation program.

1300 - 1700
Simulation Program Development: Set Up for Success
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

This intensive, interactive course focuses on the core concepts of simulation program development. Participants will be expected to develop and present their collective work from exercises related to business planning, facility design and equipment selection. Faculty will share their experiences and knowledge of best known practices in simulation program development.

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Speaker(s): Bonnie J Driggers, RN, MS, MPA; Michael Seropian, MD, FRCPC; Katie L Walker, MBA, RN

This intensive, interactive course focuses on the core concepts of simulation program development. Participants will be expected to develop and present their collective work from exercises related to business planning, facility design and equipment selection. Faculty will share their experiences and knowledge of best known practices in simulation program development.

1300 - 1700
CHSE-A Portfolio Development Workshop
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

This course is designed to cover the key components of the CHSE-A portfolio, assisting learners in understanding what is needed to create one. Much of the session will be hands on work where learners will create their portfolio with guidance.

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Speaker(s): Andrew E Spain, MA, NCEE, EMT-P; Mary Fey, PhD, RN, CHSE; Wendy Louise Gammon, MA, MEd; Connie M Lopez, MSN, CNS, RNC-OB, CPHRM

This course is designed to cover the key components of the CHSE-A portfolio, assisting learners in understanding what is needed to create one. Much of the session will be hands on work where learners will create their portfolio with guidance.

1300 - 1700
Diagnose and Repair Your Manikin: The Sim Show Must Go On!
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Non-physician Providers

This course addresses maintenance and repairs for Gaumard, CAE and Laerdal manikins through a hands-on immersive experience. Simulation centers can be negatively impacted when manikins fail to operate optimally. Users need the training to perform appropriate maintenance and repairs on their manikins. Maintaining sim operations requires becoming more knowledgeable and confident removing and replacing internal and external manikin parts.

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Speaker(s): Hans Lamkin, EMT; Adam Dodson, NRP, NCEE, CCEMT-P; Mark McClure

This course addresses maintenance and repairs for Gaumard, CAE and Laerdal manikins through a hands-on immersive experience. Simulation centers can be negatively impacted when manikins fail to operate optimally. Users need the training to perform appropriate maintenance and repairs on their manikins. Maintaining sim operations requires becoming more knowledgeable and confident removing and replacing internal and external manikin parts.

1300 - 1700
3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Starting with how 3D Printing ‘works’, this course will combine hands-on, hands-in, and interactive activities with informative presentations to let you understand how 3D Printing and other Rapid Prototyping techniques can help you bring simulation to the next level. Be ready to get your hands dirty!

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Speaker(s): Jim Mooney, MD; Kam McCowan, BSE, NREMT-B; Rosa Perez, MD; Rodrigo Rubio, MD

Starting with how 3D Printing ‘works’, this course will combine hands-on, hands-in, and interactive activities with informative presentations to let you understand how 3D Printing and other Rapid Prototyping techniques can help you bring simulation to the next level. Be ready to get your hands dirty!

1300 - 1700
Code Silver: Active Shooter and Multi-casualty Events
Type: Immersive Course | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

By definition, disasters and mass casualty incidents overwhelm health care resources. Although multiple modalities for simulating MCI scenarios exist; the ideal modality for education and drilling of mass-casualty incident response is not established. This course will discuss past Active Shooter and MCI events, and lessons learned from each. Learners will leave equipped with the tools needed for planning and executing a successful event.

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Speaker(s): Max G Dannecker, NREMT; Jennifer McCarthy, MAS, NRP, MICP, CHSE; Alan Sousa

By definition, disasters and mass casualty incidents overwhelm health care resources. Although multiple modalities for simulating MCI scenarios exist; the ideal modality for education and drilling of mass-casualty incident response is not established. This course will discuss past Active Shooter and MCI events, and lessons learned from each. Learners will leave equipped with the tools needed for planning and executing a successful event.

1730 - 1930
VIP Faculty Event: Speaking and Facilitating from the Heart (By Invitation Only)
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

This special VIP faculty event, is designed to explore the passion and purpose behind what we do in healthcare simulation, will provide inspiration for our work not only during the meeting, but also when we return home to our students, faculty and patients. Laura Mansfield, our Keynote Speaker for Wednesday, February 1, has graciously agreed to present this inspirational session for our faculty on the eve of IMSH.

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Speaker(s): Laura Mansfield

This special VIP faculty event, is designed to explore the passion and purpose behind what we do in healthcare simulation, will provide inspiration for our work not only during the meeting, but also when we return home to our students, faculty and patients. Laura Mansfield, our Keynote Speaker for Wednesday, February 1, has graciously agreed to present this inspirational session for our faculty on the eve of IMSH.

Sunday, January 29, 2017

730 - 1130
Expert Communication: Difficult Debriefings and Real Life Situations
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Our own subconscious strongly influences our inferences about others' behavior, which then biases our responses. The psychology of communication will be explored, along with powerful techniques for eliciting frames, engaging in perspective-taking, reframing, and improving emotional intelligence. Since communication failures cause risk to patients, these concepts will enhance participants’ effectiveness as expert debriefers and healthcare leaders.

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Speaker(s): Rebecca D Minehart, MD; Marjorie Podraza Stiegler, MD

Our own subconscious strongly influences our inferences about others' behavior, which then biases our responses. The psychology of communication will be explored, along with powerful techniques for eliciting frames, engaging in perspective-taking, reframing, and improving emotional intelligence. Since communication failures cause risk to patients, these concepts will enhance participants’ effectiveness as expert debriefers and healthcare leaders.

730 - 1130
Contemplative Practice to Enhance Leadership in Healthcare
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Anesthesia

This goal of this workshop is to highlight how non-technical, emotional intelligence, and leadership skills are amenable to augmentation by contemplative practices. We will show established evidence to support this hypothesis, as well as introduce the basic practice of mindfulness and self-compassion. Application in the simulation and healthcare environment will be highlighted.

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Speaker(s): Edwin T Ozawa; Darlene Bourgeois, MSN, RN; Torin Shear, MD; Ernest Wang, MD; Scott C Watkins, MD

This goal of this workshop is to highlight how non-technical, emotional intelligence, and leadership skills are amenable to augmentation by contemplative practices. We will show established evidence to support this hypothesis, as well as introduce the basic practice of mindfulness and self-compassion. Application in the simulation and healthcare environment will be highlighted.

730 - 1130
Intermediate Experimental Research and Design
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

The course is a more advanced treatment of fundamental principles of experimental research. The course will cover theory, hypotheses, reliability, validity, controlling threats to validity, single factor designs, factorial designs and interactions, and quasi experimental designs. Students will gain experience generating hypotheses, operational definitions, controlling threats to validity, designing experiments, and interpreting findings.

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Speaker(s): Mark W Scerbo, PhD; Gregory E Gilbert, EdD, MSPH

The course is a more advanced treatment of fundamental principles of experimental research. The course will cover theory, hypotheses, reliability, validity, controlling threats to validity, single factor designs, factorial designs and interactions, and quasi experimental designs. Students will gain experience generating hypotheses, operational definitions, controlling threats to validity, designing experiments, and interpreting findings.

730 - 1130
Validity: The Argument for Simulation-based Assessment
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

This course will provide learners with the tools needed to gather evidence in support of simulation-based assessments. The primary goal of a simulation-based assessment is to provide a measure, or measures, of individual or team skills to reflect performance in a clinical setting. Evidence to support the validity and reproducibility of assessment scores must be obtained if meaningful inferences regarding ability are to be made.

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Speaker(s): John (Jack) Boulet, PhD; David Murray

This course will provide learners with the tools needed to gather evidence in support of simulation-based assessments. The primary goal of a simulation-based assessment is to provide a measure, or measures, of individual or team skills to reflect performance in a clinical setting. Evidence to support the validity and reproducibility of assessment scores must be obtained if meaningful inferences regarding ability are to be made.

730 - 1130
Create a Multiprofessional Obstetrics Training Course
Type: Immersive Course | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Obstetrics & Gynecology

This workshop focuses on how to create and implement an effective and dynamic interprofessional obstetric simulation program for providers, nurses, and other key team members. Learn how to overcome barriers to program development, identify and motivate key stakeholders, develop a budget and create your own obstetrics team training program. This course will involve hands-on participation in simulation drills to practice the lessons discussed.

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Speaker(s): David Ashley Hill, MD; Patrick Connors; Patricia Marie Furey, BSN, RNC, CCE; Mary Holloway, ARNP; Shiree D Nichols, MSN

This workshop focuses on how to create and implement an effective and dynamic interprofessional obstetric simulation program for providers, nurses, and other key team members. Learn how to overcome barriers to program development, identify and motivate key stakeholders, develop a budget and create your own obstetrics team training program. This course will involve hands-on participation in simulation drills to practice the lessons discussed.

730 - 1130
Introduce Simulated Patient (SP) Methodology
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

Attendees will explore how SP methodology can increase the educational versatility of a simulation environment. Key components addressed include scenario writing, training, feedback and role performance. Contexts within which to use SP methodology will be considered, including how it can be integrated with other simulation modalities. Challenges and solutions to effectively working with SP methodology will be discussed.

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Speaker(s): Catherine Smith, MA, PHD; Valerie L Fulmer; Dena Higbee, M.S., CHSE; Debra Nestel, PhD

Attendees will explore how SP methodology can increase the educational versatility of a simulation environment. Key components addressed include scenario writing, training, feedback and role performance. Contexts within which to use SP methodology will be considered, including how it can be integrated with other simulation modalities. Challenges and solutions to effectively working with SP methodology will be discussed.

730 - 1130
Behind the Screens: Medical Students in Advanced Simulation
Type: Immersive Course | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

This course offers insight in the role of medical students as part of faculty in advanced simulation. Three experienced medical students from CAMES and the head of research will introduce the benefits of working with medical students to run simulations in co-operation with medical experts as faculty. This course focuses on interactive learning, and participants will prepare and run their own scenario actively using medical students as faculty.

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Speaker(s): Anne Mielke; Peter Dieckmann, PhD, Dipl.-Psych.; Anders Granholm, MB; Theo Walther Jensen, TWJ

This course offers insight in the role of medical students as part of faculty in advanced simulation. Three experienced medical students from CAMES and the head of research will introduce the benefits of working with medical students to run simulations in co-operation with medical experts as faculty. This course focuses on interactive learning, and participants will prepare and run their own scenario actively using medical students as faculty.

730 - 1130
Beyond Checklists: Increase Fidelity and Organize for Seamless Standardization
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Perioperative Medicine

Learners will be guided by members of the Perioperative SIG in the development of an interprofessional simulation scenario incorporating an advanced life support algorithm in addition to the inclusion of distractors to increase fidelity. Participants will be active learners in the entire process from scenario development, scenario implementation, and debriefing as well as developing strategies to effectively organize a simulation course.

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Speaker(s): Colleen A Lee, RN, MS; Fouad Atallah, MD; Nelli Fisher; Merona A Hollingsworth, BS, CMA; James R Korndorffer Jr, MD MHPE FACS; Edward Kosik; Andrew D Miller, MD; Mikio Nihira, MD, MPH; Ceyda Oner, MD; David Young

Learners will be guided by members of the Perioperative SIG in the development of an interprofessional simulation scenario incorporating an advanced life support algorithm in addition to the inclusion of distractors to increase fidelity. Participants will be active learners in the entire process from scenario development, scenario implementation, and debriefing as well as developing strategies to effectively organize a simulation course.

730 - 1130
SimCOACH: Mobile Program for Birthing Hospitals
Type: Immersive Course | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Medical Education

Healthcare providers in rural areas struggle to access high fidelity simulation. The Palmetto Health-University of South Carolina developed a mobile simulation operation to overcome these obstacles & improve safety across the state via our SimCOACH™ program. This course will discuss the development and implementation of our mobile, multidisciplinary, statewide simulation-based training program delivered to birthing hospitals in South Carolina.

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Speaker(s): Randy Chris Branham, RRT, PHR; Eric A Brown, MD FACEP; Michelle Flanagan, RNC, BSN; Shane A. Gravel, BA, NRP, CHSOS

Healthcare providers in rural areas struggle to access high fidelity simulation. The Palmetto Health-University of South Carolina developed a mobile simulation operation to overcome these obstacles & improve safety across the state via our SimCOACH™ program. This course will discuss the development and implementation of our mobile, multidisciplinary, statewide simulation-based training program delivered to birthing hospitals in South Carolina.

730 - 1130
Learn Patient Safety Through a Quality Improvement Project
Type: Immersive Course | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

The incorporation of unique simulation-based scenarios, as well as evidenced based practice, and current literature support this one-day immersive patient safety program. This interprofessional experience will provide the learner with understanding and materials to complete a PDSA Quality Improvement project in the hospital and outpatient setting.

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Speaker(s): Dawn M Schocken, MPH, PhD

The incorporation of unique simulation-based scenarios, as well as evidenced based practice, and current literature support this one-day immersive patient safety program. This interprofessional experience will provide the learner with understanding and materials to complete a PDSA Quality Improvement project in the hospital and outpatient setting.

730 - 1130
Patient and Family Centered Care
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Patients/families often expect that discharge education provides skills & knowledge to effectively manage medical needs outside acute care settings. This is especially true of high-risk medical conditions. Simulation to support patient education is novel and relevant for many patient conditions. This workshop will allow participants to develop & deliver a simulation-based curriculum to meet needs of patients discharged from acute care settings.

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Speaker(s): Maria Carmen G Diaz, MD, FAAP, FACEP; Jennifer L Arnold, MD, MSc; Melissa Cashin, MSN, RN, BC; Heather Sobolewski, MSN, RN-BC

Patients/families often expect that discharge education provides skills & knowledge to effectively manage medical needs outside acute care settings. This is especially true of high-risk medical conditions. Simulation to support patient education is novel and relevant for many patient conditions. This workshop will allow participants to develop & deliver a simulation-based curriculum to meet needs of patients discharged from acute care settings.

730 - 1130
Heart of the Matter: Improve Collaboration and Communication through IPE
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

This interactive workshop will cover the acute need for interprofessional teamwork training in healthcare, strategies involving simulation to provide and improve interprofessional teamwork, training and communication and the potential impacts on systems of care. The course will provide training, via a combination of didactic education, teamwork activities, role play and both small and large group interactive case discussion.

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Speaker(s): Kimberly Blasius, MD; Carol F. Durham, EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN; Benny L Joyner, Jr.; Jennifer Taylor Alderman, MSN, RNC-OB, CNL; Kelly Laurene Scolaro, PharmD

This interactive workshop will cover the acute need for interprofessional teamwork training in healthcare, strategies involving simulation to provide and improve interprofessional teamwork, training and communication and the potential impacts on systems of care. The course will provide training, via a combination of didactic education, teamwork activities, role play and both small and large group interactive case discussion.

730 - 1130
Bring People Together: Improve System Integration through Patient Safety Programs
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

The National Patient Safety Foundation encourages patient safety and simulation leaders to work in partnership to pull from each other’s knowledge and expertise. This hands-on interactive course will offer participants the opportunity to learn about current hot topics in patient safety, i.e. Root Cause Analysis and Communication and Resolution, and practice techniques for integrating simulation into existing patient safety programs.

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Speaker(s): Allison F Perry, MA; Jeffrey B Cooper, PhD; Jared Kutzin, DNP, MS, MPH, RN, CPPS, CPHQ, CHSOS, NEA-BC; Connie M Lopez, MSN, CNS, RNC-OB, CPHRM

The National Patient Safety Foundation encourages patient safety and simulation leaders to work in partnership to pull from each other’s knowledge and expertise. This hands-on interactive course will offer participants the opportunity to learn about current hot topics in patient safety, i.e. Root Cause Analysis and Communication and Resolution, and practice techniques for integrating simulation into existing patient safety programs.

730 - 1130
Build a Simulation Instructor Course
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Participants will design, evaluate, & modify a simulation instructor course using an action research process. Groups will conduct a needs analysis, prioritize and order topics, incorporate learner feedback into current and future course design, and create instructor courses of varying lengths. Learners will take home at least four sample course agendas. This course is appropriate for expert simulation educators engaged in faculty development.

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Speaker(s): Sally J Rudy, MSN RN-BC CHSE; Christie Mulvey, CCRC; David L Rodgers, EdD, EMT-P, NRP, FAHA; Elizabeth Sinz, MD MEd FCCM; Margaret Wojnar, MD

Participants will design, evaluate, & modify a simulation instructor course using an action research process. Groups will conduct a needs analysis, prioritize and order topics, incorporate learner feedback into current and future course design, and create instructor courses of varying lengths. Learners will take home at least four sample course agendas. This course is appropriate for expert simulation educators engaged in faculty development.

730 - 1130
Sticky Situations: Tools for Difficult Debriefings
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

This course is designed to review some of the commonly encountered difficult situations with debriefing, and to provide advanced debriefing skills and tools to skillfully manage these situations. To practice the lessons learned, participants will take part in large group discussions, as well as video review and role playing exercises.

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Speaker(s): Vincent Grant, MD, FRCPC; Wendy E Bissett, RN, CNE; Gavin Burgess; Helen Catena, RN; Adam Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FAAP; Michelle Chiu; Amy Cripps, RRT; Jonathan Duff, MD; Walter Eppich, MD, MEd; Tobias Everett, MBChB FRCA; Kristin Fraser, MD, FRCPC; Michaela Kolbe, PhD; Kevin Lachapelle, MDCM; Gord McNeil; Glenn Posner; Traci Robinson, RN; Stuart C Rose

This course is designed to review some of the commonly encountered difficult situations with debriefing, and to provide advanced debriefing skills and tools to skillfully manage these situations. To practice the lessons learned, participants will take part in large group discussions, as well as video review and role playing exercises.

730 - 1130
Surgical Train the Trainer
Type: Immersive Course | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Surgery

Surgical Train the Trainer provides an overview of the Lapco surgical training model. Participants will review best practices in coaching delivery, practical coaching rehearsal in a skills lab setting, as well as participate in an interactive discussion of effective hands-on and interactive training techniques specifically focused on the surgical environment.

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Speaker(s): Jaime Sanchez, MD, MSPH

Surgical Train the Trainer provides an overview of the Lapco surgical training model. Participants will review best practices in coaching delivery, practical coaching rehearsal in a skills lab setting, as well as participate in an interactive discussion of effective hands-on and interactive training techniques specifically focused on the surgical environment.

730 - 1130
Accreditation Self-Study Readiness Course
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

Applying for accreditation can seem a daunting and overwhelming process. This workshop will walk the attendee through the SSH Accreditation process and all of the Standards and criterion. By participating in this walk through, the attendee will gain a much higher level of insight and understanding into what is desired—and required—to be able to put together a successful accreditation packet for submission to achieve accreditation.

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Speaker(s): Mary Kay Smith, PhD, MSN, RN, CHSE; Juli Maxworthy, DNP, MSN, MBA, RN, CNL, CPHQ, CPPS, CHSE

Applying for accreditation can seem a daunting and overwhelming process. This workshop will walk the attendee through the SSH Accreditation process and all of the Standards and criterion. By participating in this walk through, the attendee will gain a much higher level of insight and understanding into what is desired—and required—to be able to put together a successful accreditation packet for submission to achieve accreditation.

730 - 1130
Empathetic Communication: Warming the Cold Heart of Healthcare
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

The use of empathetic communication skills in clinical practice, debriefing and curriculum directly impacts patients, learners, and outcomes. This immersive, intensive course will explore established techniques to use and teach empathetic communication skills. Participants will demonstrate empathetic communication, will incorporate empathy into their debriefing style, and will create their own simulation-based empathetic communication curricula.

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Speaker(s): Jeanette R Bauchat; Carol F. Durham, EdD, RN, ANEF, FAAN; Paula Gubrud-Howe; K. Grace Lim, MD; Michael Seropian, MD, FRCPC

The use of empathetic communication skills in clinical practice, debriefing and curriculum directly impacts patients, learners, and outcomes. This immersive, intensive course will explore established techniques to use and teach empathetic communication skills. Participants will demonstrate empathetic communication, will incorporate empathy into their debriefing style, and will create their own simulation-based empathetic communication curricula.

730 - 1130
Moulage and Theatrical Staging: Add Heart to Simulation!
Type: Preconference Course (Onsite) | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Moulage and theatrical techniques combined with patient mannequins or actors can provide authenticity and realism to simulation scenarios. This course will showcase amazing new moulage materials and methods that deliver simple scenario cues without increasing the workload of the educator or technician. Participants will create dramatic effects using theatrical moulage materials and explore the skills and techniques for crafting effective moulage.

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Speaker(s): Becky Damazo, RN, CPNP, CHSE-A, MSN; Elisabeth Voelker, CHSE

Moulage and theatrical techniques combined with patient mannequins or actors can provide authenticity and realism to simulation scenarios. This course will showcase amazing new moulage materials and methods that deliver simple scenario cues without increasing the workload of the educator or technician. Participants will create dramatic effects using theatrical moulage materials and explore the skills and techniques for crafting effective moulage.

1400 - 1530
OPENING PLENARY SESSION: Stories From the Heart (#29095)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Medical Education

Many of us have taken part in a healthcare simulation exercise
and know the feeling of confidence it can bring. We understand
that the knowledge gained can lead directly to improved patient
safety, a change in our life, or even save a patient’s life. This is
an incredible concept and many of us have a tale to tell. Come
join us during our Opening Plenary Session to hear the powerful
stories of how simulation has helped save a life! (#29095, 1.50 CR.)

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Speaker(s): Speaker(s): Mary Holtschneider, RN-BC, BSN, MEd, MPA, NREMT-P, CPLP, Chan Park, MD FAAEM, US Department of Veterans Affairs, Durham VA Medical Center; Elisabeth Hughes, MD, Scott C Watkins, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee, USA; Emily Marko, MD, FACOG, CHSE, Neil Patel, BA, Helen Stacks, DNP< RN-BC, NEA-BC, CHSE, Inova Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, Virginia, USA; Stuart Bertsch, University of Cincinnati, CSTARS; Nancy Dinon, Michael Cheatham, Orlando Health, Orlando, Florida, USA; Mary Mancini, RN, PhD, NE-BC, FAHA, ANEF, FAAN, The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, USA

Many of us have taken part in a healthcare simulation exercise
and know the feeling of confidence it can bring. We understand
that the knowledge gained can lead directly to improved patient
safety, a change in our life, or even save a patient’s life. This is
an incredible concept and many of us have a tale to tell. Come
join us during our Opening Plenary Session to hear the powerful
stories of how simulation has helped save a life! (#29095, 1.50 CR.)

1530 - 1630
Scientific Exhibition - Poster Viewing (#29126)
Type: Poster Viewing | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

View the scientific content submitted to IMSH! Poster boards and e-posters will be displayed throughout the conference. Familiarize yourself with the leading research being done in healthcare simulation today.

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Speaker(s): Aaron William Calhoun, MD

View the scientific content submitted to IMSH! Poster boards and e-posters will be displayed throughout the conference. Familiarize yourself with the leading research being done in healthcare simulation today.

1530 - 1900
3rd Annual Spectrum of Ideas Showcase (#29124)
Type: Showcase | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Discover the newest "fixes" and ideas in healthcare simulation during this showcase of demonstrations and discussions. Low cost, low resource solutions, modifications to existing equipment, and the latest high-tech ideas will be on display.

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Speaker(s): Kam McCowan, BSE, NREMT-B

Discover the newest "fixes" and ideas in healthcare simulation during this showcase of demonstrations and discussions. Low cost, low resource solutions, modifications to existing equipment, and the latest high-tech ideas will be on display.

1530 - 1900
7th Annual Serious Games & Virtual Environments Arcade & Showcase (#29123)
Type: Showcase | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Serious Games & Virtual Environments

The SG/VE Arcade and Showcase provides an environment where users of virtual and game -

based technology can collaborate and network with students, clinicians, educators, and start -

ups, as well as small and large established companies. Discover the newest virtual learning and game-based applications in healthcare simulation during this showcase of demonstrations and discussions.

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Speaker(s): Katherine M White, MD

The SG/VE Arcade and Showcase provides an environment where users of virtual and game -

based technology can collaborate and network with students, clinicians, educators, and start -

ups, as well as small and large established companies. Discover the newest virtual learning and game-based applications in healthcare simulation during this showcase of demonstrations and discussions.

1530 - 1630
Speed Mentoring Program in Healthcare Simulation Research (By Invitation Only) (#29680)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

During this one-hour program, selected protégés will spend 10 minutes with matched mentors to pose their simulation research questions and discuss related investigator or career issues. We anticipate that this fast-moving event will result in stimulating conversations and research and career benefits for both mentors and protégés. Protégés will submit their CV and 3 questions to be matched with mentors for this interactive session.

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Speaker(s): Sharon Muret-Wagstaff, PhD, MPA; Ambrose H Wong, MD, MS-HPEd

During this one-hour program, selected protégés will spend 10 minutes with matched mentors to pose their simulation research questions and discuss related investigator or career issues. We anticipate that this fast-moving event will result in stimulating conversations and research and career benefits for both mentors and protégés. Protégés will submit their CV and 3 questions to be matched with mentors for this interactive session.

1630 - 1830
Professor Rounds (#29125)
Type: Showcase | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Anesthesia

Join us for IMSH Professor Rounds, interactive oral discussions on the latest research in healthcare simulation, represented in the work of accepted abstracts. Peer-reviewed research projects, organized into Special Interest Presentations, will be the focus. Demos of the latest technology innovations in each area will be included, along with ePosters showcasing up and coming Works in Progress.

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Speaker(s): Aaron William Calhoun, MD

Join us for IMSH Professor Rounds, interactive oral discussions on the latest research in healthcare simulation, represented in the work of accepted abstracts. Peer-reviewed research projects, organized into Special Interest Presentations, will be the focus. Demos of the latest technology innovations in each area will be included, along with ePosters showcasing up and coming Works in Progress.

Monday, January 30, 2017

830 - 945
Monday Plenary Session
Type: Plenary Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Medical Education

TBD

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Speaker(s): Shaun Achor

TBD

1000 - 1130
Conducting a Needs Assessment: Define the Content of Simulation Based Curricula
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

According to Kern, developing a curriculum follows a six-step approach where the first step is problem identification & general needs assessment. At the Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES), we developed a Needs Assessment formula to systematically explore and assess the training needs of residents. This workshop will improve participant knowledge of the process and tools required to perform a quality needs assessment.

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Speaker(s): Lars Konge, MD, PhD; Leizl Joy Nayahangan; Jonas Eiberg, MD, PhD, Associate professor; Amandus Gustafsson; Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD, FACS

According to Kern, developing a curriculum follows a six-step approach where the first step is problem identification & general needs assessment. At the Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES), we developed a Needs Assessment formula to systematically explore and assess the training needs of residents. This workshop will improve participant knowledge of the process and tools required to perform a quality needs assessment.

1000 - 1130
Art of Public Speaking
Type: Workshop | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Medical Education

The ability to speak in public is an important part of the skill set of a successful leader. This workshop will feature skill set development in the area of public speaking for leadership. This session will feature SSH leaders to allow for development, practice in delivery and participant discussion surrounding elevator pitches.

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Speaker(s): Christine Park, MD; Kirsty Freeman, CHSE; Elaine C Meyer, PhD, RN; Paul E Phrampus, MD

The ability to speak in public is an important part of the skill set of a successful leader. This workshop will feature skill set development in the area of public speaking for leadership. This session will feature SSH leaders to allow for development, practice in delivery and participant discussion surrounding elevator pitches.

1000 - 1130
Create a Clinical Mindset
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Nursing Education

Following Johnson County Community College's participation in the NCSBN Simulation Study, the nursing curriculum transitioned to utilizing simulation as a clinical site. This presentation will explore the development of the clinical mindset by focusing on the professional role of the nurse, enhancing scenario design, and creating a safe, immersive simulation experience. Video will be utilized to support the discussion.

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Speaker(s): Rochelle Quinn, RN, MSN; Kathy Carver, RN, MN; Timothy J Laughlin, BA

Following Johnson County Community College's participation in the NCSBN Simulation Study, the nursing curriculum transitioned to utilizing simulation as a clinical site. This presentation will explore the development of the clinical mindset by focusing on the professional role of the nurse, enhancing scenario design, and creating a safe, immersive simulation experience. Video will be utilized to support the discussion.

1000 - 1130
Behavior Rating Systems: Assess Situation Awareness and Decision-making
Type: Workshop | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Surgery

The aim of this workshop is to provide an overview of the concepts of Situation Awareness and Decision Making, and their importance in the provision of excellent clinical care. Participants will gain first hand experience of using the NOTSS behavior-rating system to observe and assess non-technical skills in a simulation setting. This workshop builds on annual IMSH Situation Awareness workshops tht have been oversubscribed since 2013.

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Speaker(s): Steven Yule, PhD; Andrew Eyre, MD; Jamie M Robertson, PhD, MPH; Douglas S Smink

The aim of this workshop is to provide an overview of the concepts of Situation Awareness and Decision Making, and their importance in the provision of excellent clinical care. Participants will gain first hand experience of using the NOTSS behavior-rating system to observe and assess non-technical skills in a simulation setting. This workshop builds on annual IMSH Situation Awareness workshops tht have been oversubscribed since 2013.

1000 - 1130
Create Mini-Curricula Using Mobile Simulation Technology
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Do you want to provide immersive learning to trainees, but have limited time or resources? For learning objectives involving dynamic decision-making and medical management, you can harness the emotional realism of simulation in a portable educational tool. This workshop, designed for acute care educators, will discuss how to a create mini-curricula using a six-step approach and program a mobile app to animate case-based teaching with vitals.

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Speaker(s): Charles Lei, MD; Naola Austin, MD; Anita Honkanen, MD, MS, FAAP; Michael Seropian, MD, FRCPC

Do you want to provide immersive learning to trainees, but have limited time or resources? For learning objectives involving dynamic decision-making and medical management, you can harness the emotional realism of simulation in a portable educational tool. This workshop, designed for acute care educators, will discuss how to a create mini-curricula using a six-step approach and program a mobile app to animate case-based teaching with vitals.

1000 - 1130
Paper Airplane Factory Game: Engineer Systems to Change Process and Improve Outcomes
Type: Workshop | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Using aviation manufacturer scenarios, the participants will study the delivery system from the process point of view and practice, to design and implement process changes to improve outcomes. Acknowledging simulation’s ties to the aviation industry, this facilitated simulation game engages learners, allowing them to gain powerful insights into the complex nature of healthcare delivery through the use of aviation systems.

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Speaker(s): Yue Dong, MD; Dayna Downing, MBA, MHA; William Dunn, MD; Katherine Francis, MS, BFA; Juli Maxworthy, DNP, MSN, MBA, RN, CNL, CPHQ, CPPS, CHSE

Using aviation manufacturer scenarios, the participants will study the delivery system from the process point of view and practice, to design and implement process changes to improve outcomes. Acknowledging simulation’s ties to the aviation industry, this facilitated simulation game engages learners, allowing them to gain powerful insights into the complex nature of healthcare delivery through the use of aviation systems.

1000 - 1130
Progressive Site In-situ and IPE Transitions of Care
Type: Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Transitions between clinical environments are inherently vulnerable times given system complexity and required interprofessional collaboration. In this session, participants will explore interprofessionally with workshop participants on how progressive-site simulation can be designed to meet specific goals and ultimately be effectively utilized at their home institutions.

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Speaker(s): Ryan Thompson, MD; Krystle Kathleen Campbell, BS; Melissa Cercone; Joshua Ross, MD; Sushant Srinivasan

Transitions between clinical environments are inherently vulnerable times given system complexity and required interprofessional collaboration. In this session, participants will explore interprofessionally with workshop participants on how progressive-site simulation can be designed to meet specific goals and ultimately be effectively utilized at their home institutions.

1000 - 1130
Simulation in Healthcare Workshop for Reviewers
Type: Workshop | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

The purpose of this workshop is to provide participants with tips and techniques for writing better manuscript reviews. It is aimed at new and current reviewers. Participants will gain a better understanding of expectations for: 1) reviews in general, 2) reviews of different types of papers, and 3) feedback to authors and the editors. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss ethical issues.

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Speaker(s): Mark W Scerbo, PhD; Aaron William Calhoun, MD; Jeffrey B Cooper, PhD; Michael DeVita, MD; Rosemarie Fernandez, MD; David Gaba, MD; Rose Hatala, MD, MSc; Elaine C Meyer, PhD, RN; Sharon Muret-Wagstaff, PhD, MPA; Elizabeth Sinz, MD MEd FCCM; Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD, FACS; Rachel Yudkowsky, MD, MHPE

The purpose of this workshop is to provide participants with tips and techniques for writing better manuscript reviews. It is aimed at new and current reviewers. Participants will gain a better understanding of expectations for: 1) reviews in general, 2) reviews of different types of papers, and 3) feedback to authors and the editors. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss ethical issues.

1000 - 1130
How to Put Modern Safety Approaches into Simulation Practice
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Simulation practice can benefit from a safety approach, focusing on understanding “work as done”, how positive performance is created and how practitioners adapt work to the variation of their work. Implementing this “safety II” approach into the design and conduct of scenarios and debriefings is not easy. This workshop focuses on practical guidance to implementing "safety II" into simulation practice.

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Speaker(s): Peter Dieckmann, PhD, Dipl.-Psych.

Simulation practice can benefit from a safety approach, focusing on understanding “work as done”, how positive performance is created and how practitioners adapt work to the variation of their work. Implementing this “safety II” approach into the design and conduct of scenarios and debriefings is not easy. This workshop focuses on practical guidance to implementing "safety II" into simulation practice.

1000 - 1130
Low Budget Technology in Pediatric Simulation
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

This course will review various cost-effective strategies and technology used to provide quality pediatric simulation for nursing staff. Participants will be encouraged to explore some of these ideas and how they could be useful in their own practice. A facilitated interactive session will allow participants an opportunity to develop, or enhance, a short simulation incorporating some of the strategies and technology discovered in the course.

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Speaker(s): Lora M. Laszlo, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN; Patricia A Dlouhy, MSN/Ed., RN, CEN; Nichole Kelsey, BSN, RN, CHSE; Maria Roznik, BSN, RN, CEN; Emily Zachman, BSN, RN

This course will review various cost-effective strategies and technology used to provide quality pediatric simulation for nursing staff. Participants will be encouraged to explore some of these ideas and how they could be useful in their own practice. A facilitated interactive session will allow participants an opportunity to develop, or enhance, a short simulation incorporating some of the strategies and technology discovered in the course.

1000 - 1130
Simulator Death: Controversial Learning Tool Benefits and Consequences
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Anesthesia

Death of the human simulator has emerged as a controversial topic. Many individuals view the simulator’s death as an event so traumatizing that they will never allow the mannequin to expire during a scenario. In forthcoming literature however, we have proven that failure, leading to simulated mortality, is what fosters learning in simulation. In this course, we hope to debate the pros and cons of utilizing simulated mortality as a teaching tool

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Speaker(s): Adam I. Levine, MD; Jennifer L Arnold, MD, MSc; Sam DeMaria, MD; Daniel Lemke, MD; Dan Raemer, PhD; Jeron Zerillo, MD

Death of the human simulator has emerged as a controversial topic. Many individuals view the simulator’s death as an event so traumatizing that they will never allow the mannequin to expire during a scenario. In forthcoming literature however, we have proven that failure, leading to simulated mortality, is what fosters learning in simulation. In this course, we hope to debate the pros and cons of utilizing simulated mortality as a teaching tool

1000 - 1130
Performing Educational Research: Complexities & Pitfalls Workshop
Type: Workshop | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

Are you struggling to reach beyond research outcomes such as “students liked it” and “confidence improved”? Do you want to take your research to the next level? This session will help participants overcome common pitfalls in study design as they explore solutions to the complexities encountered in education-based research. Audience members will gain valuable insight into best methods for designing high level simulation and educational research.

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Speaker(s): Andrew Musits, MD; Stephanie Maximous, MD; Paul E Phrampus, MD

Are you struggling to reach beyond research outcomes such as “students liked it” and “confidence improved”? Do you want to take your research to the next level? This session will help participants overcome common pitfalls in study design as they explore solutions to the complexities encountered in education-based research. Audience members will gain valuable insight into best methods for designing high level simulation and educational research.

1000 - 1130
Standardized Patient Recruitment: Compliment the Strength and Culture of Your Program
Type: Workshop | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will create a structure for recruiting, assessing, and hiring a new cohort of standardized patients based on the strengths and culture of their program. This workshop is suitable for programs of any maturity level who wish to make their recruitment practices more efficient, effective, and conducive to the morale of its employees.

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Speaker(s): Richard Edward Carter, MFA; Stacie Leigh Rearden

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will create a structure for recruiting, assessing, and hiring a new cohort of standardized patients based on the strengths and culture of their program. This workshop is suitable for programs of any maturity level who wish to make their recruitment practices more efficient, effective, and conducive to the morale of its employees.

1000 - 1130
Implementing Simulation in Preclinical Medical Education
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

The use of simulation in the preclinical years of medical student education has been increasing. We implemented simulation activities in the basic science components of our respective school curricula each with their unique challenges. In this session, we will discuss the current state of simulation in the preclinical curriculum, strategies for successful implementation, and the future role of simulation in undergraduate medical education.

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Speaker(s): John L Szarek, BS(Pharmacy), PhD, CHSE; Diana P E Callender, MBBS, DM; Sean Gnecco, MD; Maria Sheakley, PhD

The use of simulation in the preclinical years of medical student education has been increasing. We implemented simulation activities in the basic science components of our respective school curricula each with their unique challenges. In this session, we will discuss the current state of simulation in the preclinical curriculum, strategies for successful implementation, and the future role of simulation in undergraduate medical education.

1000 - 1130
Strategies for Successful Co-debriefing
Type: Workshop | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

The course introduces attendees to the concept of co-debriefing for simulation-based education. Debriefing with more than one facilitator (co-debriefing) can be either an effective or counter-productive educational strategy. This workshop highlights the challenges associated with co-debriefing and gives attendees the opportunity to practice strategies for effective co-debriefing while receiving coaching and feedback from expert faculty.

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Speaker(s): Adam Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FAAP; Gavin Burgess; Helen Catena, RN; Amy Cripps, RRT; Jonathan Duff, MD; Walter Eppich, MD, MEd; Kristin Fraser, MD, FRCPC; Vincent Grant, MD, FRCPC; Michaela Kolbe, PhD; Janice C Palaganas, PhD, RN, NP, ANEF; Traci Robinson, RN; Stuart C Rose; Jenny W Rudolph, PhD

The course introduces attendees to the concept of co-debriefing for simulation-based education. Debriefing with more than one facilitator (co-debriefing) can be either an effective or counter-productive educational strategy. This workshop highlights the challenges associated with co-debriefing and gives attendees the opportunity to practice strategies for effective co-debriefing while receiving coaching and feedback from expert faculty.

1000 - 1130
Physical Therapy Simulation (#29794)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

This course will introduce healthcare simulation as an effective strategy to prepare physical therapy students for acute care clinical practice. The course will also outline an interprofessional simulation program for physical therapist education, focusing on transitions of care and cultural competence. You will learn how to coordinate faculty and students from multiple disciplines to plan learning based upon interprofessional competencies and (CAPTE) accreditation standards.

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Speaker(s): Karen J Panzarella, PT, PhD, CHSE; Barbara J McCamish, MSN, MPT, RN, CNL, CHSE; Nicki Silberman, PT, DPT, PhD

This course will introduce healthcare simulation as an effective strategy to prepare physical therapy students for acute care clinical practice. The course will also outline an interprofessional simulation program for physical therapist education, focusing on transitions of care and cultural competence. You will learn how to coordinate faculty and students from multiple disciplines to plan learning based upon interprofessional competencies and (CAPTE) accreditation standards.

1000 - 1130
Managing Unprofessional Behaviors in Standardized Patients (SPs)
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

As we provide SPs with training and compensation, our expectation for their professional behaviour grows. This includes being on time, portraying the case consistently, providing accurate evaluations and useful feedback. This workshop will explore how one can manage (possibly prevent) unprofessional behaviour in SPs. Faculty and participants will share their experience with SPs and discuss effective management strategies.

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Speaker(s): Elizabeth Krajic Kachur, PhD; Virginia Drda; Anthony Errichetti, PhD; Anna Lank

As we provide SPs with training and compensation, our expectation for their professional behaviour grows. This includes being on time, portraying the case consistently, providing accurate evaluations and useful feedback. This workshop will explore how one can manage (possibly prevent) unprofessional behaviour in SPs. Faculty and participants will share their experience with SPs and discuss effective management strategies.

1000 - 1130
Improve Ultrasound-Guided Intravenous Success Through Simulation
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Nursing Education

Peripheral IV insertion by visualizing or palpating venous structures is becoming more challenging. An aging population, a growing obesity and IV drug use epidemic, and the imperative to reduce costs demands the effective use of technology to deliver efficient, evidenced-based patient-centered care. This workshop educates trainers to deploy ultrasound-guided peripheral IV insertion programs to improve treatment delivery and patient outcomes.

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Speaker(s): Mark Ciano, MSN, RN; Rich Fidler, PhD, MBA, CRNA, ACNP, CHSE; Neil Mehta, MD; Dean Miller, RN

Peripheral IV insertion by visualizing or palpating venous structures is becoming more challenging. An aging population, a growing obesity and IV drug use epidemic, and the imperative to reduce costs demands the effective use of technology to deliver efficient, evidenced-based patient-centered care. This workshop educates trainers to deploy ultrasound-guided peripheral IV insertion programs to improve treatment delivery and patient outcomes.

1000 - 1130
Procedural Skills: The L-S-P-P-D-M Approach
Type: Workshop | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

Teaching procedural skills and assessing procedural competence are critical functions of healthcare simulation. In this interactive workshop, simulation educators from the INSPIRE collaborative will describe how to implement a 6-step approach to procedural skill instruction and assessment: Learn-See-Practice-Prove-Do-Maintain. Participants will leave the workshop with the skills to develop a procedural skills training curriculum at their centers.

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Speaker(s): Pavan Zaveri, MD, MEd; Marc Auerbach, MD, MSci, FAAP; Lisa Brady Bagby, MSN, RN, CEN; James Bonz, MD, FHEA; Todd P Chang, MD MAcM; Cara Doughty, MD, MEd, FAAP; Heather French, MD; David Kessler, MD, MSc; Maybelle Kou, MD; Daniel Lemke, MD; Daniel J Scherzer, MD; Marjorie Lee White, MD, MPPM, MA

Teaching procedural skills and assessing procedural competence are critical functions of healthcare simulation. In this interactive workshop, simulation educators from the INSPIRE collaborative will describe how to implement a 6-step approach to procedural skill instruction and assessment: Learn-See-Practice-Prove-Do-Maintain. Participants will leave the workshop with the skills to develop a procedural skills training curriculum at their centers.

1000 - 1130
Disruptive Simulation: Facilitate for Large Numbers of Trainees
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Internal Medicine

The workshop will provide an interactive opportunity to experience the development of a faculty guided and resident led internal medicine simulation curriculum. The facilitation of training of upwards of 70 interns in more than 16 different clinical scenarios will be highlighted. Participants will engage in the debriefing training program which helps to facilitate the overall program.

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Speaker(s): Paul Currier; Megan Koster, MD; Mathew Lopes, MD; Stephanie Meller, MD; Eli Miloslavsky, MD

The workshop will provide an interactive opportunity to experience the development of a faculty guided and resident led internal medicine simulation curriculum. The facilitation of training of upwards of 70 interns in more than 16 different clinical scenarios will be highlighted. Participants will engage in the debriefing training program which helps to facilitate the overall program.

1000 - 1130
7th Annual Simulation Journal Club
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

Keep up to date with the latest relevant research in simulation by attending the 7th annual Simulation Journal Club. The panel has searched through the years’ literature to select the most influential articles for presentation at IMSH. The panel will guide discussion from field leaders, audience and invited authors.

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Speaker(s): Sharon Griswold, MD, MPH, CHSE; Krystle Kathleen Campbell, BS; Amanda V Crichlow, MD; Antoinette Golden; Ernesto Javier Romo, MD

Keep up to date with the latest relevant research in simulation by attending the 7th annual Simulation Journal Club. The panel has searched through the years’ literature to select the most influential articles for presentation at IMSH. The panel will guide discussion from field leaders, audience and invited authors.

1000 - 1130
Three Unique Stories of Sim and Safety
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Telling the stories of: Participants identifying safety hazards in patient care settings; Interprofessional simulation of a new work environment and OB/GYN Residents demonstrating skills in procedures learned and practiced in the Clinical Simulation Center over the course of the academic year. MedStar SiTEL tells the tale of how implementing and evaluating these activities contribute to patient safety. Discussion will be encouraged

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Speaker(s): Tamika C Auguste, MD FACOG; Kelly Edward Haynie, MPA; Kay Kalber, RN, BS, CHSE; Daria B Shumaker, MSN, RN, CHSE; Alex Walker, PhD; Barbra Chiyedzo Chikowore, RN, SANE-A

Telling the stories of: Participants identifying safety hazards in patient care settings; Interprofessional simulation of a new work environment and OB/GYN Residents demonstrating skills in procedures learned and practiced in the Clinical Simulation Center over the course of the academic year. MedStar SiTEL tells the tale of how implementing and evaluating these activities contribute to patient safety. Discussion will be encouraged

1000 - 1130
A Guided Tour of the Course Development Process
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Whether you are an experienced simulation educator or a novice in the field, the task of course development can be daunting. Using real life examples, this interactive workshop will guide you through the implementation of a course development process, the use of effective course development support tools and important factors to consider while developing courses at your simulation center.

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Speaker(s): Deborah Farkas, PhD; Thomas Dongilli, AT, CHSOS; Andrew Musits, MD

Whether you are an experienced simulation educator or a novice in the field, the task of course development can be daunting. Using real life examples, this interactive workshop will guide you through the implementation of a course development process, the use of effective course development support tools and important factors to consider while developing courses at your simulation center.

1000 - 1130
Acting Up: Techniques for better Simulations
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

As facilitators of simulation, we are often asked to play a role. It can be a member of the medical team, a SP or the voice of a manikin. Most don’t have formal training in acting, but must make the simulation as real as possible in order to help the learner suspend disbelief. Through interactive group exercises, discussion and games participants will learn integral acting tips to improve realism and enhance the quality of their simulations.

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Speaker(s): Alan Sousa

As facilitators of simulation, we are often asked to play a role. It can be a member of the medical team, a SP or the voice of a manikin. Most don’t have formal training in acting, but must make the simulation as real as possible in order to help the learner suspend disbelief. Through interactive group exercises, discussion and games participants will learn integral acting tips to improve realism and enhance the quality of their simulations.

1000 - 1130
Transform an Aviation Safety Tool into Healthcare
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Anesthesia

There are many safety tools in aviation that have been used and discarded. Some are very interesting and can be used in the healthcare context. This workshop provides a procedure of translating aviation safety tools into healthcare context. The participants of this course will get to know one possibility to adapt some security tools from aviation to healthcare.

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Speaker(s): Bastian Grande, MD; Dieter Robert Eppler; Michaela Kolbe, PhD

There are many safety tools in aviation that have been used and discarded. Some are very interesting and can be used in the healthcare context. This workshop provides a procedure of translating aviation safety tools into healthcare context. The participants of this course will get to know one possibility to adapt some security tools from aviation to healthcare.

1000 - 1130
Address Complicated, Unusual and Challenging Requests
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Simulation programs receive seemingly impossible requests. However, when staff addresses these “crazy” requests it leads to innovation and substantial program growth. Developing solutions requires a deliberate method. This workshop will present a systematic approach to address, develop, and evaluate such challenges. Participants will use team project-based learning to analyze and develop draft solutions for unusual/challenging requests.

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Speaker(s): Michelle Pope, MSN, RN, CPN; Lisa R Ell, RN, BSN, CCRN, C-NPT; Chris Kennedy; Jamie Parson, BSN, RN; Shautonja M Woods, RRT

Simulation programs receive seemingly impossible requests. However, when staff addresses these “crazy” requests it leads to innovation and substantial program growth. Developing solutions requires a deliberate method. This workshop will present a systematic approach to address, develop, and evaluate such challenges. Participants will use team project-based learning to analyze and develop draft solutions for unusual/challenging requests.

1000 - 1130
In-situ Simulation to Discover Latent Risk Factors
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Latent risk factors exist in healthcare systems. In recent years, there has been an emphasis on examining system processes for unforeseeable conditions that promote errors. In-situ simulation is a tool used to proactively discover these risks to improve patient safety. This panel discussion will focus on various in-situ simulation approaches, gaining support, examples of results & remedies, and measuring the impact on patient outcomes.

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Speaker(s): Krista I Kipper, MSN, RN, CHSE; Deborah S Arnold, MSN, RN, CMSRN,CHSE; Diana J Behling; Crystal L. Bencken, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, CHSE; Cinnamon a Desgres; Kelly Wallin, MS RN CHSE

Latent risk factors exist in healthcare systems. In recent years, there has been an emphasis on examining system processes for unforeseeable conditions that promote errors. In-situ simulation is a tool used to proactively discover these risks to improve patient safety. This panel discussion will focus on various in-situ simulation approaches, gaining support, examples of results & remedies, and measuring the impact on patient outcomes.

1145 - 1315
Speed Mentoring: Formal Training, Masters & Certificate Affinity Group Networking Event
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Medical Education

Are you interested in or in the midst of a formal training program in healthcare simulation? Do you want advice in career planning, research design, mentorship or administration? Look no further! In this new and exciting “speed mentoring” event hosted by the Formal Training AG, you will get to meet in small groups of two or three with the likes of Mary Anne Rizzolo, Sharon Griswold and Jim Gordon. Come pick their brains and hand them your CVs!

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Speaker(s): Ambrose H Wong, MD, MS-HPEd; Amanda V Crichlow, MD; Sharon Griswold, MD, MPH, CHSE; Tiffany Moadel, MD; Deborah D Navedo, PhD, CPNP, FNAP; Janice C Palaganas, PhD, RN, NP, ANEF; Rami Ahmed, DO, MHPE; Lillian Emlet, MD, MS; James A. Gordon, MD, MPA; Joseph O. Lopreiato, MD, MPH; Grace M. Ng, MS, CNM, RN, C-EFM; Vivienne Ng, MD, MPH; Thomas Nowicki, MD; Mary Anne Rizzolo, EdD, RN, FAAN, ANEF; Janet K Willhaus, PhD, RN, CHSE

Are you interested in or in the midst of a formal training program in healthcare simulation? Do you want advice in career planning, research design, mentorship or administration? Look no further! In this new and exciting “speed mentoring” event hosted by the Formal Training AG, you will get to meet in small groups of two or three with the likes of Mary Anne Rizzolo, Sharon Griswold and Jim Gordon. Come pick their brains and hand them your CVs!

1330 - 1430
Use Data to Develop a Code Blue Training Program
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Critical Care

High-quality CPR results in improved survival following cardiac arrests, although few hospitals are tracking metrics. This course outlines a comprehensive change in practice and culture in code team performance and CPR quality using high-fidelity simulation. Topics include how to identify performance gaps, develop inter-professional teams, craft learning objectives and use simulation to create a multidisciplinary Code Team Training Program.

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Speaker(s): Renee I Matos, MD, MPH; Adam Sokolowski; Raquel Trevino

High-quality CPR results in improved survival following cardiac arrests, although few hospitals are tracking metrics. This course outlines a comprehensive change in practice and culture in code team performance and CPR quality using high-fidelity simulation. Topics include how to identify performance gaps, develop inter-professional teams, craft learning objectives and use simulation to create a multidisciplinary Code Team Training Program.

1330 - 1430
Facilitating Simulation Experiences: The Art of ESP'ing
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Nursing Education

Facilitating a simulation as an ESP (Embedded Simulation Person) is an essential element to learner outcomes in the simulated experience. While ESP's are used in a variety of ways, being properly prepared in this role can be a powerful tool in a successful simulation experience. Our presentation will describe the benefits and essential attributes of the ESP and provide an overview of the training process for ESP's in our institution.

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Speaker(s): Penni Watts, PhD, RN, CHSE-A; April L Belle, MSN; Jabril Cooper, MAEd, RRT; Kelly Dailey, MSN, RN; Summer Brooke Langston, DNP, CRNP, ACNP-BC, AACC

Facilitating a simulation as an ESP (Embedded Simulation Person) is an essential element to learner outcomes in the simulated experience. While ESP's are used in a variety of ways, being properly prepared in this role can be a powerful tool in a successful simulation experience. Our presentation will describe the benefits and essential attributes of the ESP and provide an overview of the training process for ESP's in our institution.

1330 - 1430
Anesthesia Toolbox: A Just in Time Curriculum for Patient Experience and Safety
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Anesthesia

In an effort to reduce complications and to improve patient safety, we created a curriculum to ensure the robustness and standardization of trainees’ experiential learning prior to performance on actual patients. Our curriculum includes elements of “flipped classroom”, “just in time” learning, and "The Anesthesia Toolbox." This type of curriculum improves adherence to important procedural process measures.

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Speaker(s): Candra Rowell Bass, MD; James Krakowski; Marjorie Podraza Stiegler, MD; Glenn Woodworth, MD

In an effort to reduce complications and to improve patient safety, we created a curriculum to ensure the robustness and standardization of trainees’ experiential learning prior to performance on actual patients. Our curriculum includes elements of “flipped classroom”, “just in time” learning, and "The Anesthesia Toolbox." This type of curriculum improves adherence to important procedural process measures.

1330 - 1430
Nursing Student Transition to Practice: Create a Multi-patient Scenario
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Nursing Education

The focus of this course is multi-patient simulation scenarios designed to help prepare senior nursing students to transition into the professional nursing role. We will discuss the structure of the multi-patient simulation experience planned to help prepare the nursing student to prioritize and delegate. Our goal is to provide an exemplar for those wishing to pursue or modify the multi-patient simulation experience at their institution.

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Speaker(s): Nancy Sullivan, DNP, RN; Nancy Goldstein, DNP, ANP-BC, RN-C; Emily L Jones; Laura Lucas, MS, APRN-CNS, RNC-OB; Jessica Ockimey

The focus of this course is multi-patient simulation scenarios designed to help prepare senior nursing students to transition into the professional nursing role. We will discuss the structure of the multi-patient simulation experience planned to help prepare the nursing student to prioritize and delegate. Our goal is to provide an exemplar for those wishing to pursue or modify the multi-patient simulation experience at their institution.

1330 - 1430
Onboard New Simulation Operations Specialists
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

This presentation explains the process that our simulation center developed to onboard new simulation technicians. Discussion will include strategies, planning, implementation and review of the orientation process. Personal experiences of the previous hiring and orientation experience will be discussed and why the need was felt to implement and propose a better onboarding system for new technicians.

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Speaker(s): Marcy Pardee, MAE, RRT

This presentation explains the process that our simulation center developed to onboard new simulation technicians. Discussion will include strategies, planning, implementation and review of the orientation process. Personal experiences of the previous hiring and orientation experience will be discussed and why the need was felt to implement and propose a better onboarding system for new technicians.

1330 - 1430
Faculty Orientation, Professional Development and Competency Assessment Using Simulation
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

The Veterans Healthcare Administration (VHA) has developed a core grouping of simulation-specific domains that are essential for simulation educators to achieve proficiency. These include simulation education, administration, health professions exposure, simulation modalities, research, professional development, and quality/patient safety. Each domain is subcategorized into tasks and activities.

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Speaker(s): Mary E. Holtschneider, RN-BC, BSN, MEd, MPA, NREMT-P, CPLP; Mary Ellen Elias, MSN; Jessica Steed, M.A., NCC, RMHCI

The Veterans Healthcare Administration (VHA) has developed a core grouping of simulation-specific domains that are essential for simulation educators to achieve proficiency. These include simulation education, administration, health professions exposure, simulation modalities, research, professional development, and quality/patient safety. Each domain is subcategorized into tasks and activities.

1330 - 1430
Family Medicine Sim Curriculum in Four Sessions
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Medical Education

The course will provide an overview of our creation of a comprehensive four-session simulation curriculum for Family Medicine residency programs. We will cover basic learning theories supporting medical simulation's application to learning at this level. A brief review of ACGME goals, as they may relate to simulation exercises, will be discussed.

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Speaker(s): Steven J Halm, DO, FAAP, FACP; Cesar A Pastrana, MS, CHSE

The course will provide an overview of our creation of a comprehensive four-session simulation curriculum for Family Medicine residency programs. We will cover basic learning theories supporting medical simulation's application to learning at this level. A brief review of ACGME goals, as they may relate to simulation exercises, will be discussed.

1330 - 1430
Becoming Integrated: It's Not as Scary as You Think
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

One of the hardest areas of SSH accreditation is Systems Integration, in part due to the need for bidirectional feedback with key stakeholders across the system. This course will describe how learners can begin to integrate simulation throughout their hospitals and systems. Learners will be encouraged to reflect on their current simulation practices and identify opportunities for growth and expansion.

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Speaker(s): Crystal L. Bencken, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, CHSE; Dawn Swiderski, MSN, RN, CCRN, CHSE

One of the hardest areas of SSH accreditation is Systems Integration, in part due to the need for bidirectional feedback with key stakeholders across the system. This course will describe how learners can begin to integrate simulation throughout their hospitals and systems. Learners will be encouraged to reflect on their current simulation practices and identify opportunities for growth and expansion.

1330 - 1430
Job Descriptions: Defining and Recruting the Sim Team
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

Simulation Operations Specialists, Technician and Coordinator terms are often used interchangeably because they have overlapping job roles and descriptions. In this workshop we will look at the definitions and roles/duties that are typically assigned to each title. Effective recruitment tools and strategies will be discussed.

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Speaker(s): Lisa A Buckley, MS, PA-C; Teri Boese, DNP, RN; Tom LeMaster, MSN, MEd, NREMT-P; Vickie Mudra

Simulation Operations Specialists, Technician and Coordinator terms are often used interchangeably because they have overlapping job roles and descriptions. In this workshop we will look at the definitions and roles/duties that are typically assigned to each title. Effective recruitment tools and strategies will be discussed.

1330 - 1430
Franchise your Success! Replicate your Successful Sim Program
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

Transferring innovations to other contexts is vital for their sustainability and for shared learning, requiring careful planning so the ‘spirit’ is retained whilst allowing flexibility driven by local need. We will critically describe the transfer of the novel Hands Up for Health programme. Attendees will explore issues raised in the process and lessons learned, guiding the evolution of their strategies for dissemination in their own settings.

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Speaker(s): Beth Thomas, BSc, MBBS; Marylyn Emedo; Megan Fisher; Professor Anna Jones, PhD; Gabriel B Reedy, PhD, CPsychol

Transferring innovations to other contexts is vital for their sustainability and for shared learning, requiring careful planning so the ‘spirit’ is retained whilst allowing flexibility driven by local need. We will critically describe the transfer of the novel Hands Up for Health programme. Attendees will explore issues raised in the process and lessons learned, guiding the evolution of their strategies for dissemination in their own settings.

1330 - 1430
Give Critique Humbly, Accept Criticism Gratefully: From NASA to Healthcare
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

This workshop will offer a cross-industries approach to debriefing as a tool for improving human and system performance. At NASA, debriefing is ubiquitous – simulated flights are debriefed, real flights are debriefed, and there is no need for designated “lead debriefers” because astronauts and flight controllers debrief themselves. Efforts to translate this “culture of critique” to a major children’s hospital will also be discussed.

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Speaker(s): Louis P. Halamek, MD, FAAP; Michael Sterling

This workshop will offer a cross-industries approach to debriefing as a tool for improving human and system performance. At NASA, debriefing is ubiquitous – simulated flights are debriefed, real flights are debriefed, and there is no need for designated “lead debriefers” because astronauts and flight controllers debrief themselves. Efforts to translate this “culture of critique” to a major children’s hospital will also be discussed.

1330 - 1430
Critical Care Transport: Simulating, Debriefing and the QI Process
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Critical Care

This presentation will describe the use of simulation and video-based debriefing to assess, train and maintain skills in clinicians from pediatric & neonatal critical care ambulance transport teams. Videos of training scenarios, as well as, examples of quality improvement pathways will be presented.

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Speaker(s): Michael Andrew Kolaitis, NRP, NCEE, CCEMTP; Louis P. Halamek, MD, FAAP

This presentation will describe the use of simulation and video-based debriefing to assess, train and maintain skills in clinicians from pediatric & neonatal critical care ambulance transport teams. Videos of training scenarios, as well as, examples of quality improvement pathways will be presented.

1330 - 1430
Pro-Con Debate: Simulator Use as a Summative Assessment Tool (#24160)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Anesthesia

Throughout the healthcare industry simulation has been used successfully to educate practitioners. Although considered to be the pinnacle of an educational experience, recent pushes to increase quality measures in healthcare have thrust simulation into the spotlight as a means to evaluate and assess the competence of practitioners. In this debate, we hope to discuss the pros and cons of using the simulator as a summative assessment tool.

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Speaker(s): Daniel Katz, MD; Sam DeMaria, MD; Adam I. Levine, MD; Michael Seropian, MD, FRCPC

Throughout the healthcare industry simulation has been used successfully to educate practitioners. Although considered to be the pinnacle of an educational experience, recent pushes to increase quality measures in healthcare have thrust simulation into the spotlight as a means to evaluate and assess the competence of practitioners. In this debate, we hope to discuss the pros and cons of using the simulator as a summative assessment tool.

1330 - 1430
Patient Safety: Transform your Interprofessional Team
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

This session will discuss the Stanford Healthcare TRANSFORM Patient Safety Program which utilizes strategies to enhance the inter-professional teamwork and clinical decision-making skills of frontline inpatient staff (interns and residents, bedside RNs, Crisis RNs, Advanced Practice RNs, Pharmacists, Respiratory Care Practitioners, Nursing Assistants). Goals include improve outcomes related to sepsis, acute respiratory failure, and Code Blue.

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Speaker(s): Deborah S Arnold, MSN, RN, CMSRN,CHSE; James N Lau, MD, FACS; Noraliza Salazar

This session will discuss the Stanford Healthcare TRANSFORM Patient Safety Program which utilizes strategies to enhance the inter-professional teamwork and clinical decision-making skills of frontline inpatient staff (interns and residents, bedside RNs, Crisis RNs, Advanced Practice RNs, Pharmacists, Respiratory Care Practitioners, Nursing Assistants). Goals include improve outcomes related to sepsis, acute respiratory failure, and Code Blue.

1330 - 1430
PEARLS Debriefing: Standards of Best Practice
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

There is a gap in education to practice in new graduate nurses.This course discusses a QI project that used a before and after evaluation of the Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH) and the Lasater Clinical Judgment Rubric (LCJR) to evaluate how using reflective debriefing in new graduate nurse residency programs affects clinical judgment. INACSL Best Practice standards suggest that simulation and RD help keep patients safe.

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Speaker(s): Lea Keesee, RN, MSN

There is a gap in education to practice in new graduate nurses.This course discusses a QI project that used a before and after evaluation of the Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH) and the Lasater Clinical Judgment Rubric (LCJR) to evaluate how using reflective debriefing in new graduate nurse residency programs affects clinical judgment. INACSL Best Practice standards suggest that simulation and RD help keep patients safe.

1330 - 1430
Aggressive Patients: A Self Defense Training for Hospital Staff
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Nursing Education

Whether from a patient suffering from dementia pulling on the arm of a healthcare provider or an upset family member, healthcare workers have some of the highest rates of worker injury. This course will describe the creation of a novel simulation program that teaches staff how to safely defend themselves should they be faced with an aggressive patient.

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Speaker(s): Jared Kutzin, DNP, MS, MPH, RN, CPPS, CPHQ, CHSOS, NEA-BC; Patricia Ripp Janicke, RN, BSN, CNRN, SCRN

Whether from a patient suffering from dementia pulling on the arm of a healthcare provider or an upset family member, healthcare workers have some of the highest rates of worker injury. This course will describe the creation of a novel simulation program that teaches staff how to safely defend themselves should they be faced with an aggressive patient.

1330 - 1430
Education for Clinical Interprofessional Simulation Excellence Program (ECLIPSE)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

Our interprofessional simulations focus on teamwork, safety and health literacy through team rounding and collaborative care. Over 2,000 students from 10 different health science programs have participated. The session will focus on innovative adaptations to the IP simulation including research efforts.

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Speaker(s): Lisa Rohrig, RN, BSN; Kevin Eichenauer, MSSW, LSW; Julie Legg, PharmD; Beth Liston; Marcia Nahikian-Nelms, PhD,RD,LD,CNSC; Monica Robinson, OTD, OT/L, FAOTA; Georgianna Sergakis, PhD, RRT, TTS, FAARC; Erin Michelle Thomas, BSPT, MPT, DPT; Janice Wilcox, DNP, RN, CNL

Our interprofessional simulations focus on teamwork, safety and health literacy through team rounding and collaborative care. Over 2,000 students from 10 different health science programs have participated. The session will focus on innovative adaptations to the IP simulation including research efforts.

1330 - 1430
Make In-Situ Simulation Safe for Patients and Providers
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

High-fidelity simulation is needed where care is delivered. In-situ simulation is unpredictable as the clinical setting (ED, rural facilities, ambulance, battle field) is always changing. In this course participants will review the fundamentals of in-situ simulation, discuss safety measures needed to protect real patients and simulation participants and, strategize solutions to in-situ challenges.

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Speaker(s): Susanna Cohen, DNP, CNM; Jenifer Fahey, CNM, MPH; Jason Sterne; Dilys Walker, MD

High-fidelity simulation is needed where care is delivered. In-situ simulation is unpredictable as the clinical setting (ED, rural facilities, ambulance, battle field) is always changing. In this course participants will review the fundamentals of in-situ simulation, discuss safety measures needed to protect real patients and simulation participants and, strategize solutions to in-situ challenges.

1330 - 1430
Pediatric Trauma Center Designation: Assess Team Preparedness Using In Situ Simulation
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

The course gives the process and results of how a Pediatric Hospital readied a Trauma Staff for Level II designation. Discussion will include our uniquely designed curricula focusing on protocols, activating appropriate resources, equipment competency, team communication and elimination of safety threats, two phased modified rapid cycle deliberate practice model consistent in situ and a SIMCamp, that brought success.

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Speaker(s): Kimberly Bilskey, BSN RN MICN

The course gives the process and results of how a Pediatric Hospital readied a Trauma Staff for Level II designation. Discussion will include our uniquely designed curricula focusing on protocols, activating appropriate resources, equipment competency, team communication and elimination of safety threats, two phased modified rapid cycle deliberate practice model consistent in situ and a SIMCamp, that brought success.

1330 - 1430
Build Strong Research Study Protocols
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

Raising the bar in healthcare simulation research entails a culture shift focused on increasing the quantity & quality of research with analytical study designs based on outcomes that have the opportunity to ultimately affect patient care. Fundamentals of medical research will be introduced in a fun, interactive and engaging format. Learners will be able to apply concepts of evidence-based medicine to design their own research study protocols.

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Speaker(s): Christopher E McCoy

Raising the bar in healthcare simulation research entails a culture shift focused on increasing the quantity & quality of research with analytical study designs based on outcomes that have the opportunity to ultimately affect patient care. Fundamentals of medical research will be introduced in a fun, interactive and engaging format. Learners will be able to apply concepts of evidence-based medicine to design their own research study protocols.

1330 - 1430
Old Dogs Can Learn New Tricks: Maintain the Clinical Competency of Faculty (#23823)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

In the age of FOAMed and UpToDate how do you keep your faculty current and proficient in the latest best practices? During this session, will describe and discuss some different methods to improve faculty development programs which include: faculty simulation sessions, brief email educational updates, CME faculty meetings and others. Participants will leave with ideas on how to improve faculty development programs at their home institutions.

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Speaker(s): Timothy J Fortuna, DO; David W. Musick

In the age of FOAMed and UpToDate how do you keep your faculty current and proficient in the latest best practices? During this session, will describe and discuss some different methods to improve faculty development programs which include: faculty simulation sessions, brief email educational updates, CME faculty meetings and others. Participants will leave with ideas on how to improve faculty development programs at their home institutions.

1330 - 1430
Improve EHR Use in Interprofessional Rounds
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Critical Care

This course will describe the creation of an Interprofessional ICU rounding simulation. Will focus on the social-technologic aspects addressed in the creation of the simulation, including engagement of IP staff and inclusion of the EHR into the simulation.

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Speaker(s): Jeffrey A Gold

This course will describe the creation of an Interprofessional ICU rounding simulation. Will focus on the social-technologic aspects addressed in the creation of the simulation, including engagement of IP staff and inclusion of the EHR into the simulation.

1330 - 1430
Reflection-in-Action: Engage Learners to Optimize Educational Outcomes (#25707)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Pediatrics

This course will include a review of reflection-in-action (Schon, 1983) as a teaching-learning modality and modifications that can be applied. Hard and soft stops will be defined and strategies for adapting reflection-in-action principles to various educational activities will be discussed. Implementation logistics, including challenges and lessons learned will be further explored.

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Speaker(s): Christine Bailey, MSN, RN,CCRN-K; Grace L Good; Roberta L Hales, MHA, RRT-NPS, RN, CHSE; AnneMarie Monachino

This course will include a review of reflection-in-action (Schon, 1983) as a teaching-learning modality and modifications that can be applied. Hard and soft stops will be defined and strategies for adapting reflection-in-action principles to various educational activities will be discussed. Implementation logistics, including challenges and lessons learned will be further explored.

1330 - 1430
Simulation Training in the Health Professions using an Academic Electronic Health Record (#25941)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

An Academic EHR is one simulation tool that can be used to train learners and is adapted from clinical systems with modifications for academic curricula. Simulation training provides students a non-threatening approach to technology that students will use once they begin their clinical careers. This session will discuss the importance of using simulation training with an Academic EHR to prepare students for clinical practice.

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Speaker(s): Stephen Burrows, DPM, MBA, CPHIMS, FHIMSS

An Academic EHR is one simulation tool that can be used to train learners and is adapted from clinical systems with modifications for academic curricula. Simulation training provides students a non-threatening approach to technology that students will use once they begin their clinical careers. This session will discuss the importance of using simulation training with an Academic EHR to prepare students for clinical practice.

1330 - 1430
Manikin Connectivity Made Simple
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Technical Operations

Come learn a programming method to make connecting simulators to their patient monitor easier than ever. Participants will learn how to write a simple script for Microsoft Windows based patient monitors using NetShell, which will change a computers settings all with only one button click. This will enable facilities with multiple simulators to swap their manikins from room to room without the headache of memorizing each simulator’s settings.

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Speaker(s): Zach Eastwood

Come learn a programming method to make connecting simulators to their patient monitor easier than ever. Participants will learn how to write a simple script for Microsoft Windows based patient monitors using NetShell, which will change a computers settings all with only one button click. This will enable facilities with multiple simulators to swap their manikins from room to room without the headache of memorizing each simulator’s settings.

1330 - 1430
Systems Integration: A Multi-tiered, In-situ Program
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

This panel discussion is focused on a journey to systems integration in an academic medical center using in situ simulation. It will focus on the roles of nurse educators, simulation specialists, and simulation administrators in hosting in situ simulations and will explore different types of in situ simulations offered by this team. This discussion will include details regarding logistics, data collection, scenario facilitation, and debriefing.

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Speaker(s): April L Belle, MSN; Brad Bertke; Tyler Burks; Betty Jane Farley, MSM; Brian Mezzell, MBA; Charles Prince; Brandon Smith; Andres Felipe Viles, MSN, RN, CCNS; Marjorie Lee White, MD, MPPM, MA; Jarrod Wesley Young

This panel discussion is focused on a journey to systems integration in an academic medical center using in situ simulation. It will focus on the roles of nurse educators, simulation specialists, and simulation administrators in hosting in situ simulations and will explore different types of in situ simulations offered by this team. This discussion will include details regarding logistics, data collection, scenario facilitation, and debriefing.

1330 - 1430
Supporting and Assessing Faculty Development in Interprofessional Simulation (#23591)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Non-physician Providers

Post simulation debriefing is key to successful simulation education. Debriefers need a unique and specialized skill set. The Peer Assessment Debriefing Instrument (PADI©) is a self and peer assessment designed to assess a debriefers’ effectiveness and is grounded in scientific literature and peer review methodology. Results of a pilot test of the PADI© across seven disciplines will be presented as well as utilization for faculty development.

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Speaker(s): Karen J Panzarella, PT, PhD, CHSE; Kirsten Butterfoss, PharmD, CGP; Jennifer Saylor, PhD, RN, APRN-BC

Post simulation debriefing is key to successful simulation education. Debriefers need a unique and specialized skill set. The Peer Assessment Debriefing Instrument (PADI©) is a self and peer assessment designed to assess a debriefers’ effectiveness and is grounded in scientific literature and peer review methodology. Results of a pilot test of the PADI© across seven disciplines will be presented as well as utilization for faculty development.

1330 - 1430
Cognitive Load Theory: Implications for Simulation Educators
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Cognitive load theory (CLT) is based on emerging models of human cognitive architecture. This presentation will consider current concepts and applications of CLT relevant to curriculum design for simulation educators. Web-based polling technology using participants' devices will be used to report out dyad/triad discussions.

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Speaker(s): Keith Littlewood, MD

Cognitive load theory (CLT) is based on emerging models of human cognitive architecture. This presentation will consider current concepts and applications of CLT relevant to curriculum design for simulation educators. Web-based polling technology using participants' devices will be used to report out dyad/triad discussions.

1330 - 1430
Psychological Safety: What it is and Why it Matters
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Part I of II presentations: What is psychological safety? And how does it relate to simulation? Psychological safety is a belief held by members of a team that the team is safe for interpersonal risk taking. In psychologically safe teams, team members feel accepted and respected. Recognizing a psychologically unsafe simulation participant can be difficult. This session will discuss how psychological safety relates to learning during debriefing.

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Speaker(s): Jared W Henricksen, MD; Catherine Altenburg; Brenna Thomas, RN-BSN

Part I of II presentations: What is psychological safety? And how does it relate to simulation? Psychological safety is a belief held by members of a team that the team is safe for interpersonal risk taking. In psychologically safe teams, team members feel accepted and respected. Recognizing a psychologically unsafe simulation participant can be difficult. This session will discuss how psychological safety relates to learning during debriefing.

1330 - 1430
Trauma Tactics
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Nursing Education

This session will discuss how the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center filled a perceived gap in professional nursing trauma education by creating Trauma Tactics®, a 2-day course regarding the care of a trauma patient. This course will provide guidance to those interested in developing a similar course from the ground up. Topics include obtaining support, course development, and the role of course facilitators and the simulation center.

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Speaker(s): Paula K Garvey, MSN-ED, RN-BC, CHSE; Scott Eley, RN, EMT-P, RCP; Jessica Liddil, MS, RRT, RCP

This session will discuss how the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center filled a perceived gap in professional nursing trauma education by creating Trauma Tactics®, a 2-day course regarding the care of a trauma patient. This course will provide guidance to those interested in developing a similar course from the ground up. Topics include obtaining support, course development, and the role of course facilitators and the simulation center.

1330 - 1430
An Expert Curriculum: Competent Facilitator Model
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Medical Education

This course reviews the creation, deployment, and evaluation of a blended curriculum for a simulation based central line course using an expert curriculum; competent facilitator model. Topics covered include online curriculum development, just in time teaching techniques, instructional standardization through facilitator training and support, task trainer selection and development and the development and use of web-based evaluation checklists.

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Speaker(s): Andrew Musits, MD

This course reviews the creation, deployment, and evaluation of a blended curriculum for a simulation based central line course using an expert curriculum; competent facilitator model. Topics covered include online curriculum development, just in time teaching techniques, instructional standardization through facilitator training and support, task trainer selection and development and the development and use of web-based evaluation checklists.

1500 - 1630
Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice: Structure and Application
Type: Workshop | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Pediatrics

Traditional debriefing follows scenario completion, and is the primary learning time. For procedural skills, deliberate practice with rapid feedback is effective. Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice is an alternative to traditional debriefing and applies deliberate practice to resuscitation. In RCDP, learners experience team-based repetitive practice. We will introduce RCDP concepts, and learners will practice teaching with RCDP scenarios.

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Speaker(s): Thomas Welch-Horan, MD; Jennifer L Arnold, MD, MSc; Lisa Brady Bagby, MSN, RN, CEN; Patricia Bastero, MD; Cara Doughty, MD, MEd, FAAP; Mona Khattab, MD; Daniel Lemke, MD; Karen Eileen Patricia, MD; Todd Peterson, MD; Marideth Rus, MD, MEd; Marjorie Lee White, MD, MPPM, MA

Traditional debriefing follows scenario completion, and is the primary learning time. For procedural skills, deliberate practice with rapid feedback is effective. Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice is an alternative to traditional debriefing and applies deliberate practice to resuscitation. In RCDP, learners experience team-based repetitive practice. We will introduce RCDP concepts, and learners will practice teaching with RCDP scenarios.

1500 - 1630
Integrate Simulation into Pharmacy Curriculum
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Non-physician Providers

This course will provide participants the opportunity to explore using simulation in a non-physician curriculum. Four simulations will be discussed including case development, video capture, rubric development, and reflective activities. Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to apply simulation strategies addressing challenges in managing large participant cohorts, and formulate patient safety cases and assessment tools

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Speaker(s): Teresa Britt; Chasity Shelton, PharmD

This course will provide participants the opportunity to explore using simulation in a non-physician curriculum. Four simulations will be discussed including case development, video capture, rubric development, and reflective activities. Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to apply simulation strategies addressing challenges in managing large participant cohorts, and formulate patient safety cases and assessment tools

1500 - 1630
Using the Flipped Classroom Model
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

This session will introduce the flipped classroom model and discuss how this can be integrated into healthcare simulation. We will discuss possibilities, challenges and best practices related to the flipped model. Participants will walk away with an innovative learner-centered approach to flip simulation training to enhance education.

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Speaker(s): Chaoyan Dong, PhD; Trent Reed, DO, FACEP; John L Szarek, BS(Pharmacy), PhD, CHSE

This session will introduce the flipped classroom model and discuss how this can be integrated into healthcare simulation. We will discuss possibilities, challenges and best practices related to the flipped model. Participants will walk away with an innovative learner-centered approach to flip simulation training to enhance education.

1500 - 1630
Faculty Development: How to Support the Heart of your Program
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Nursing Education

Faculty development (FD) for healthcare simulation is often undervalued. It is recognized that not all simulations are equal and faculty development is critical to the success of programs. This workshop will present an overview of the evidence for FD and analyze current trends. An expert panel will discuss the role of alliances in supporting faculty development as well as providing the infrastructure needed to support ongoing faculty development.

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Speaker(s): Cynthia Shum, DNP, MEd, RN,CHSE-A; Marjorie A Miller, MA, RN, CHSE; KT Waxman, DNP, MBA, RN, CNL, CENP, CHSE, FAAN

Faculty development (FD) for healthcare simulation is often undervalued. It is recognized that not all simulations are equal and faculty development is critical to the success of programs. This workshop will present an overview of the evidence for FD and analyze current trends. An expert panel will discuss the role of alliances in supporting faculty development as well as providing the infrastructure needed to support ongoing faculty development.

1500 - 1630
Audio Bootcamp - Do I Need to Hear This?
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Technical Operations

Audio systems are integral to the delivery of healthcare simulation. This course will discuss the terminology and components of audio systems that are required for their use and give a hands-on demonstration of multiple components like microphones, mixers, amplifiers, wiring, connectors, and troubleshooting techniques.

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Speaker(s): Scott B Crawford, MD; Eduardo Luevano

Audio systems are integral to the delivery of healthcare simulation. This course will discuss the terminology and components of audio systems that are required for their use and give a hands-on demonstration of multiple components like microphones, mixers, amplifiers, wiring, connectors, and troubleshooting techniques.

1500 - 1630
WIN-WIN: Affiliate Clinicians to Create Evidence-based Practice & Research
Type: Workshop | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

Increased attention to patient safety and the solid evidence for the efficacy of simulation-based training have moved much initial training from the OR to the Sim Centre. The Sim Centres and the clinical experts are totally dependent on each other to function optimally. The busy daily clinical life should be supplemented with education and research. This workshop focuses on how to make these two ends meet by creating attractive affiliations.

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Speaker(s): Lars Konge, MD, PhD; Amandus Gustafsson; Professor, MD Lars Birger Loenn

Increased attention to patient safety and the solid evidence for the efficacy of simulation-based training have moved much initial training from the OR to the Sim Centre. The Sim Centres and the clinical experts are totally dependent on each other to function optimally. The busy daily clinical life should be supplemented with education and research. This workshop focuses on how to make these two ends meet by creating attractive affiliations.

1500 - 1630
Create Realism in Your Neonatal Scenarios: Manikin Modifications, Moulage and More!
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Pediatrics

Competence in neonatal procedures is vital for practitioners who care for critically ill infants. This workshop explores several low-cost infant manikin modifications and moulage preparations that can enhance medical education and improve provider performance through training and simulation.

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Speaker(s): Lisa D Mayer; Alana Louise Barbato, MD; Bobbi J Byrne; Cynthia Grande, RRT-NPS

Competence in neonatal procedures is vital for practitioners who care for critically ill infants. This workshop explores several low-cost infant manikin modifications and moulage preparations that can enhance medical education and improve provider performance through training and simulation.

1500 - 1630
Creating Stronger Communication between Facilitator and Operations Specialist
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

This course examines the common disconnects in communication between Facilitator and Operations Specialist. Participants will break into groups to play an electronic puzzle game(1) involving an operations specialist operating a computer program and the facilitators utilizing a guide. At the end of the session, participants will have new strategies to enhance communication between facilitator and operations specialist at their institution.

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Speaker(s): Pete Ford, BA, CHSOS, CHSE; Heather Bissmeyer, MN, RN, CCRN, CHSE

This course examines the common disconnects in communication between Facilitator and Operations Specialist. Participants will break into groups to play an electronic puzzle game(1) involving an operations specialist operating a computer program and the facilitators utilizing a guide. At the end of the session, participants will have new strategies to enhance communication between facilitator and operations specialist at their institution.

1500 - 1630
Latent Safety Threats: Systems for Mitigation Through Systems Integration
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Many hospitals provide in situ programs to identify latent safety threats (LST) or conditions that predispose to medical errors with the hopes of improving patient safety1-9. However, it is often difficult to work within institutions to develop a system for LST mitigation. During this panel faculty from four health care organizations will describe their LST mitigation plan, challenges they faced in developing these systems, and lessons learned.

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Speaker(s): Elizabeth A Biddell, MD; Marc Auerbach, MD, MSci, FAAP; Beth Emerson, MD; David Kessler, MD, MSc; Mary D Patterson, MD, MEd

Many hospitals provide in situ programs to identify latent safety threats (LST) or conditions that predispose to medical errors with the hopes of improving patient safety1-9. However, it is often difficult to work within institutions to develop a system for LST mitigation. During this panel faculty from four health care organizations will describe their LST mitigation plan, challenges they faced in developing these systems, and lessons learned.

1500 - 1630
Utilizing Simulation for System Integration and Service Commissioning (#24901)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Medical simulation in training, assessment & research revolve around patient safety. With increasing complexity of healthcare delivery systems, simulation has become a consistent, collaborative and integrated intervention with systems engineering & risk management to achieve enhanced patient safety and improved outcomes. This panel will showcase simulation programs used as part of System Integration to improve patient safety and quality of care.

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Speaker(s): Shadi Almoziny; Abdullah Almarshed, MD; Gregory H. Botz, MD, FCCM; Hani M Lababidi, MD

Medical simulation in training, assessment & research revolve around patient safety. With increasing complexity of healthcare delivery systems, simulation has become a consistent, collaborative and integrated intervention with systems engineering & risk management to achieve enhanced patient safety and improved outcomes. This panel will showcase simulation programs used as part of System Integration to improve patient safety and quality of care.

1500 - 1630
Build a Robust Assessment
Type: Workshop | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

This workshop will build a foundation regarding assessment through a brief didactic session followed by application of this knowledge with small group activity. This workshop is focused for the novice educator who wishes to obtain foundational knowledge regarding simulation-based assessment. A focus of the exercise will offer participants the opportunity to start developing their own assessment tool.

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Speaker(s): Karen Mangold, MD MEd; Mark Adler, MD; Mary McBride, MD; Jennifer Trainor, MD

This workshop will build a foundation regarding assessment through a brief didactic session followed by application of this knowledge with small group activity. This workshop is focused for the novice educator who wishes to obtain foundational knowledge regarding simulation-based assessment. A focus of the exercise will offer participants the opportunity to start developing their own assessment tool.

1500 - 1630
Training Scars: How we are Creating Errors Through Simulation in EMS Education (#29539)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

This session will explore the ways in which simulation can actually have an adverse effect on the performance of the learners at any level, to the point of affecting patient outcomes and negatively impacting patient safety. The principles that can guard against “bad” simulation that creates these training scars will also be discussed and explored. This session can be open to ANY provider of simulation who wishes to explore this subject.

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Speaker(s): Timothy Whitaker, BS, CHSE, CHSOS, EMT-P, CMTE

This session will explore the ways in which simulation can actually have an adverse effect on the performance of the learners at any level, to the point of affecting patient outcomes and negatively impacting patient safety. The principles that can guard against “bad” simulation that creates these training scars will also be discussed and explored. This session can be open to ANY provider of simulation who wishes to explore this subject.

1500 - 1630
Make Your Own Trauma Models
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Anatomically correct and functional trauma training models are typically expensive and unavailable in austere environments. Three models are presented to meet this need: decompressible tension pneumothorax model, emergency airway crichothyroidotomy model, and an arterial access model for ultrasound. These models are made entirely from Meals Ready to Eat (MRE) trash, tape, condoms, Jell-O®, noodles and a Ziploc bag.

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Speaker(s): John Bunyasaranand, MS-3

Anatomically correct and functional trauma training models are typically expensive and unavailable in austere environments. Three models are presented to meet this need: decompressible tension pneumothorax model, emergency airway crichothyroidotomy model, and an arterial access model for ultrasound. These models are made entirely from Meals Ready to Eat (MRE) trash, tape, condoms, Jell-O®, noodles and a Ziploc bag.

1500 - 1630
Design IPE Simulations: Start to Finish
Type: Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Interprofessional education (IPE) is essential in our current healthcare environment for collaboration and quality. Simulation is a key tool for IPE but designing these exercises can be challenging. In this workshop, through brief didactic, small and large group work, we will guide participants through the process of designing a simulation for IPE. Attendees will leave with a toolkit to design and implement exercises at their institutions

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Speaker(s): Sharon Calaman; Sharon Griswold, MD, MPH, CHSE; Roberta L Hales, MHA, RRT-NPS, RN, CHSE; AnneMarie Monachino

Interprofessional education (IPE) is essential in our current healthcare environment for collaboration and quality. Simulation is a key tool for IPE but designing these exercises can be challenging. In this workshop, through brief didactic, small and large group work, we will guide participants through the process of designing a simulation for IPE. Attendees will leave with a toolkit to design and implement exercises at their institutions

1500 - 1630
Innovations in IPE: An Expert Panel
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

This interactive panel discussion, sponsored by the Interprofessional Education Affinity Group, is designed for Interprofessional educators from novice to expert level. This panel will share their current innovations in Interprofessional education at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

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Speaker(s): Mary L Koehn, PhD, APRN, CHSE; Stephen C. Charles, MS, MA, PhD, CHSE; Keith Littlewood, MD; Dawn M Schocken, MPH, PhD

This interactive panel discussion, sponsored by the Interprofessional Education Affinity Group, is designed for Interprofessional educators from novice to expert level. This panel will share their current innovations in Interprofessional education at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

1500 - 1630
Improve Debriefing Skills Through Peer Observation and Feedback
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Simulation educators can strengthen debriefing skills if they create "communities of practice,” or peers who use observation and feedback to help each other improve. “Debriefing the debriefer,” a process by which peers or mentors give feedback on each other’s debriefing allows both critic and debriefer to grow and cultivate their ability to reflect on their own strengths, weaknesses, comfort and stretch zones.

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Speaker(s): Grace M. Ng, MS, CNM, RN, C-EFM; Emily Diederich, MD; Dawn Taylor Peterson, PhD; Laura Rock, MD; Jenny W Rudolph, PhD; Robert Simon, EdD; Demian Szyld, MD, EdM; Penni Watts, PhD, RN, CHSE-A

Simulation educators can strengthen debriefing skills if they create "communities of practice,” or peers who use observation and feedback to help each other improve. “Debriefing the debriefer,” a process by which peers or mentors give feedback on each other’s debriefing allows both critic and debriefer to grow and cultivate their ability to reflect on their own strengths, weaknesses, comfort and stretch zones.

1500 - 1630
Serious Games for Interprofessional Experiential Learning and Assessment
Type: Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Serious Games & Virtual Environments

This workshop will provide a review of Serious Games that are inter-professional simulations and allow multiple disciplines to interact with a virtual patient. The program to be demonstrated allows for multi-sensory interactions with virtual patients using natural language and 360 degree environments. These simulations are designed for synchronous or asynchronous use, which addresses the need for flexible scheduling.

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Speaker(s): Peter Kallio, DNP, CRNA, APNP; Richmond Robinson, DPM; Dennis Glenn, MFA

This workshop will provide a review of Serious Games that are inter-professional simulations and allow multiple disciplines to interact with a virtual patient. The program to be demonstrated allows for multi-sensory interactions with virtual patients using natural language and 360 degree environments. These simulations are designed for synchronous or asynchronous use, which addresses the need for flexible scheduling.

1500 - 1630
Designing, Developing and Conducting an Effective Workshop
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Healthcare educators frequently utilize workshops as an educational strategy however there is a paucity of literature about designing and conducting workshops. This interactive workshop will guide participants through workshop design and implementation while emphasizing active engagement and adult learning. The principles and strategies are applicable to the design and implementation of any type of workshop, regardless of the content and context.

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Speaker(s): Beverley Robin, MD, CHSE; Jennifer Owens, BA; Lamia Soghier, MD FAAP

Healthcare educators frequently utilize workshops as an educational strategy however there is a paucity of literature about designing and conducting workshops. This interactive workshop will guide participants through workshop design and implementation while emphasizing active engagement and adult learning. The principles and strategies are applicable to the design and implementation of any type of workshop, regardless of the content and context.

1500 - 1630
Social Justice: Use Simulation to Promote Improved Care for Victims of Violence
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

The University of Toledo’s Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center has developed programming geared towards reinforcing learner education, knowledge, and comprehension of community and societal epidemics. Course content provides information and resources featuring development, implementation, and utilization of simulation to positively impact victim centered outcomes in areas of active shooter, sexual assault, trafficking and opioid abuse.

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Speaker(s): Katie Bush, MA, RN, CEN, SANE-A; Tia Hornish, RN, BSN; Paul Rega, MD, FACEP

The University of Toledo’s Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center has developed programming geared towards reinforcing learner education, knowledge, and comprehension of community and societal epidemics. Course content provides information and resources featuring development, implementation, and utilization of simulation to positively impact victim centered outcomes in areas of active shooter, sexual assault, trafficking and opioid abuse.

1500 - 1630
ASPiH Presents: UK’s First National Simulation Education Standards (#29012)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

The lead author of the standards document will describe the journey leading to the creation of the standards. Key highlights of the standards will be described. The audience will have an opportunity to study the standards and discuss the utility and relevance to the simulation community. Future directions of travel for quality assurance of and simulation resources will be discussed with relevance to the wider simulation community.

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Speaker(s): Makani Purva; Andrew Blackmore, MBBS MRCEM; Helen Higham

The lead author of the standards document will describe the journey leading to the creation of the standards. Key highlights of the standards will be described. The audience will have an opportunity to study the standards and discuss the utility and relevance to the simulation community. Future directions of travel for quality assurance of and simulation resources will be discussed with relevance to the wider simulation community.

1500 - 1630
Improve out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Outcomes with EMS Techniques and Measured Feedback
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Pit crew style resuscitation and real-time feedback can improve cardiac arrest survival. This presentation will demonstrate techniques to teach providers high-performance CPR and pit crew style resuscitations. Participants will have hands-on opportunities to evaluate the quality of their CPR skills and see the effect of the techniques on performance. Participants will leave with the knowledge and skills to run high-performance CPR sessions.

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Speaker(s): Pam Humphrey, EMT; Douglas F Kupas, MD

Pit crew style resuscitation and real-time feedback can improve cardiac arrest survival. This presentation will demonstrate techniques to teach providers high-performance CPR and pit crew style resuscitations. Participants will have hands-on opportunities to evaluate the quality of their CPR skills and see the effect of the techniques on performance. Participants will leave with the knowledge and skills to run high-performance CPR sessions.

1500 - 1630
Prioritize Programming: Project Selection Matrix to Estimate Relative Value
Type: Workshop | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Simulation centers are expected to demonstrate their value to administrative stakeholders. Prospectively predicting simulation programs’ degree of impact on institutional priorities provides objective means to prioritize simulation resources. Using a project selection matrix, participants will generate project scores from at least 3 actual simulation center curricula to demonstrate how institutional values may guide resource prioritization.

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Speaker(s): Lisa T Barker, MD; William F Bond, MD, MS; Trina Croland, MD; Don Halpin, MS; Sabina Hlinenska, MBA, CMA; Ann M Willemsen-Dunlap, PhD, CRNA

Simulation centers are expected to demonstrate their value to administrative stakeholders. Prospectively predicting simulation programs’ degree of impact on institutional priorities provides objective means to prioritize simulation resources. Using a project selection matrix, participants will generate project scores from at least 3 actual simulation center curricula to demonstrate how institutional values may guide resource prioritization.

1500 - 1630
Improve Clinical Feedback Skills Using the FACE (Feedback Assessment for Clinical Education)
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

The purpose of this workshop is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to facilitate a structured, transparent, and non-threatening feedback conversation that closes learning gaps and helps develop reflective practitioners. Using video recordings of simulated feedback conversations, participants will learn how to use the FACE (Feedback Assessment for Clinical Education) as a framework for practicing and improving feedback skills.

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Speaker(s): Rachel Onello, PhD, RN, CHSE, CNE, CNL; Melanie Barlow, RN, MN, GradDipCritCare, GradCertEd, CertIV; Emily Diederich, MD; Mary Fey, PhD, RN, CHSE; Jose M Maestre, MD, PhD; Rebecca D Minehart, MD; Janice C Palaganas, PhD, RN, NP, ANEF; Laura Rock, MD; Robert Simon, EdD

The purpose of this workshop is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to facilitate a structured, transparent, and non-threatening feedback conversation that closes learning gaps and helps develop reflective practitioners. Using video recordings of simulated feedback conversations, participants will learn how to use the FACE (Feedback Assessment for Clinical Education) as a framework for practicing and improving feedback skills.

1500 - 1630
Measure the Impact and ROI of Healthcare Simulation Programs
Type: Workshop | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Simulation offers significant value to improve patient safety and quality care outcomes. This workshop introduces a comprehensive, balanced evaluation methodology to show value to include ROI, in terms healthcare practitioners, mangers, and executives understand and welcome. This will support ACA mandates for decreased costs, higher value through improved outcomes and services and expanded coverage to care for a population or communities’ health.

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Speaker(s): Timothy R Brock, PhD, CPT, ID(S&L+); Cronwel Noel Irias

Simulation offers significant value to improve patient safety and quality care outcomes. This workshop introduces a comprehensive, balanced evaluation methodology to show value to include ROI, in terms healthcare practitioners, mangers, and executives understand and welcome. This will support ACA mandates for decreased costs, higher value through improved outcomes and services and expanded coverage to care for a population or communities’ health.

1500 - 1630
In Situ Simulation: A Powerful Systems Diagnostic Tool
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

This workshop will introduce the use of In Situ simulation activities to identify, evaluate and mitigate latent system errors and systems performance deficiencies. Participants will review best practices focused on systems diagnostics, learn how to develop assessment instruments focused on latent system errors and system performance measures and learn how to investigate, report and mitigate these findings to improve organizational safety.

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Speaker(s): Geoffrey T Miller, MS, EMT-P; Paul E Phrampus, MD

This workshop will introduce the use of In Situ simulation activities to identify, evaluate and mitigate latent system errors and systems performance deficiencies. Participants will review best practices focused on systems diagnostics, learn how to develop assessment instruments focused on latent system errors and system performance measures and learn how to investigate, report and mitigate these findings to improve organizational safety.

1500 - 1630
MedEdPORTAL: Introduction and Educational Scholarship Opportunities
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) created MedEdPORTAL, a peer-reviewed, online resource to help educators disseminate their work and share curricula. Through a series of didactics, large group discussions and small group break-out sessions, workshop participants will gain knowledge that they can use to develop and submit their own simulation-based curricula and publish educational resources.

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Speaker(s): Rebekah Burns, MD; Jennifer Reid, MD; Megan Sherman; Kimberly P Stone; Anita Anne Thomas, MD, MPH

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) created MedEdPORTAL, a peer-reviewed, online resource to help educators disseminate their work and share curricula. Through a series of didactics, large group discussions and small group break-out sessions, workshop participants will gain knowledge that they can use to develop and submit their own simulation-based curricula and publish educational resources.

1500 - 1630
Tips & Tricks for Simulation Operations on a Budget
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Operations Specialist see simulations from a unique viewpoint. Simulations often use realistic equipment and supplies in significant quantities that challenge a simulation center budget. Setup and turnaround of the scenario can also be constrained by time. Learners in this session will participate in numerous time-saving activities, learn how to reuse and repackage supplies realistically and efficiently for use in a simulation center.

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Speaker(s): Luther J. Raechal, BS, CHSOS; Janet K Willhaus, PhD, RN, CHSE

Operations Specialist see simulations from a unique viewpoint. Simulations often use realistic equipment and supplies in significant quantities that challenge a simulation center budget. Setup and turnaround of the scenario can also be constrained by time. Learners in this session will participate in numerous time-saving activities, learn how to reuse and repackage supplies realistically and efficiently for use in a simulation center.

1500 - 1630
Milestones: Evaluate Trainees using Simulation
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

Have you been charged at your institution to assess your trainees' milestones? Don't know where to start? Interested in using immersive simulation to implement your summative assessments? Look no further! A panel of experts will guide you through an interactive workshop where you will get hands-on experience designing simulation cases. We will help you generate milestone assessment tools you can take back home. Come armed with questions!

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Speaker(s): Michelle Marie McLean, MD; Sidhant Nagrani, MD; Ambrose H Wong, MD, MS-HPEd; Douglas Ander; Jessica Cook, MB, BCh, BAO; Chris Dudley, MD; Leigh Evans, MD; Tiffany Moadel, MD

Have you been charged at your institution to assess your trainees' milestones? Don't know where to start? Interested in using immersive simulation to implement your summative assessments? Look no further! A panel of experts will guide you through an interactive workshop where you will get hands-on experience designing simulation cases. We will help you generate milestone assessment tools you can take back home. Come armed with questions!

1500 - 1630
Communicating in Conflict: Practical Skills and Strategies
Type: Workshop | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

The ability to communicate when the stakes are high (ie. a crucial conversation) is a learned skill set that is required to maintain psychological safety on a care team. This presentation will enable learners to learn and practice, practical and specific skills from a variety of fields and applications that enable conflict resolution to restore and support trusting relationships.

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Speaker(s): Oren T Guttman, MD, MBA, CHSE

The ability to communicate when the stakes are high (ie. a crucial conversation) is a learned skill set that is required to maintain psychological safety on a care team. This presentation will enable learners to learn and practice, practical and specific skills from a variety of fields and applications that enable conflict resolution to restore and support trusting relationships.

1500 - 1630
Adult Learning Theory: Who's Who and What's What
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

This immersive workshop facilitates actively learning adult education theory. Through collaborative learning and gaming, participants scaffold new information to their existing education theoretical framework toolkit and strengthen their ability to efficiently create and deliver high impact, high yield curricula to diverse learners. Attendees will reinforce/assess their knowledge throughout the workshop.

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Speaker(s): Linda Cimino, EdD, CPNP, ANP, CCRC, CHSE; Michael Cassara, DO MSEd FACEP CHSE; Barbara DeVoe, DNP, FNP-BC; Wanda Goranson, MSN, RN-BC, CHSE, CHSOS

This immersive workshop facilitates actively learning adult education theory. Through collaborative learning and gaming, participants scaffold new information to their existing education theoretical framework toolkit and strengthen their ability to efficiently create and deliver high impact, high yield curricula to diverse learners. Attendees will reinforce/assess their knowledge throughout the workshop.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

830 - 945
Tuesday Plenary Session
Type: Plenary Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Medical Education

TBD

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Speaker(s): Regina Holliday

TBD

1000 - 1130
Multi-patient Scenarios: Perspectives from Both Sides of the Glass
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

Simulations that emphasize decision-making by utilizing multi-patient scenarios can reveal strengths and weaknesses in the performance of medical professionals. This course will demonstrate and discuss the use of multi-patient simulation as a training tool of rising PGY-3 EM residents preparing to enter the Critical Care rooms, and will include lessons learned by the course director and the simulation operations specialist.

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Speaker(s): Max G Dannecker, NREMT; David G. Lindquist, MD FACEP

Simulations that emphasize decision-making by utilizing multi-patient scenarios can reveal strengths and weaknesses in the performance of medical professionals. This course will demonstrate and discuss the use of multi-patient simulation as a training tool of rising PGY-3 EM residents preparing to enter the Critical Care rooms, and will include lessons learned by the course director and the simulation operations specialist.

1000 - 1130
Report a Simulation-based Research Study
Type: Workshop | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

In this course, we will discuss important components in addition to STROBE and CONSORT statements to report for simulation-based research (either as subject or methodology of research). In small groups, workshop attendees will work together to assess a simulation-based research study using the checklist and discuss key components when designing and reporting a simulation-based research project.

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Speaker(s): Yiqun Lin, MD, MHSc, PhD(c); Marc Auerbach, MD, MSci, FAAP; Aaron William Calhoun, MD; Adam Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FAAP; David A Cook, MD, MHPE, FACP; Jonathan Duff, MD; Vincent Grant, MD, FRCPC; Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, ANEF, CHSE, FAAN; David Kessler, MD, MSc; Arielle Levy, MD, MEd, FRCPC

In this course, we will discuss important components in addition to STROBE and CONSORT statements to report for simulation-based research (either as subject or methodology of research). In small groups, workshop attendees will work together to assess a simulation-based research study using the checklist and discuss key components when designing and reporting a simulation-based research project.

1000 - 1130
Assessment Methodologies: Concepts and Newly Validated Tools
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

Valid evaluation methodologies are critical components of a fully developed simulation program. By rigorously applying appropriate evaluative strategies, learning outcomes can be improved. During this expert panel we will provide the audience with the concepts necessary to discuss validity and reliability, and present newly validated assessment tools. Large group discussion will follow, focusing on assessment development and implementation.

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Speaker(s): Aaron William Calhoun, MD; Mark Adler, MD; Marie Gilbert, RN, DNP, CHSE; Estee Grant

Valid evaluation methodologies are critical components of a fully developed simulation program. By rigorously applying appropriate evaluative strategies, learning outcomes can be improved. During this expert panel we will provide the audience with the concepts necessary to discuss validity and reliability, and present newly validated assessment tools. Large group discussion will follow, focusing on assessment development and implementation.

1000 - 1130
Role of a Malpractice Insurance Company in Promoting Simulation
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Leaders from Hospitals Insurance Company, Inc. (HIC), the captive insurance carrier for seven major New York hospitals and two major NY Medical Schools and simulation experts from the institutions will describe a unique multi-prong initiative that prioritized and funded simulation based education and assessment programs throughout all of the institutions.

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Speaker(s): Adam I. Levine, MD; Sam DeMaria, MD; Nubaha Elahi, MD, MPH; David L Feldman, MD MBA CPE FAAPL FACS; Dena Goffman, MD; Patricia Kischak, RN, MBA; Christopher Strother, MD

Leaders from Hospitals Insurance Company, Inc. (HIC), the captive insurance carrier for seven major New York hospitals and two major NY Medical Schools and simulation experts from the institutions will describe a unique multi-prong initiative that prioritized and funded simulation based education and assessment programs throughout all of the institutions.

1000 - 1130
Working Memory Limitations
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Working memory is our short term memory that is used to package and store information for retrieval when approaching new experiences. Considering the complexity that simulation training can offer, an educator’s understanding and management of these factors in a curriculum is imperative. The workshop aims to offer a toolkit applying Cognitive Load Theory as a means to better manage the limitations of working memory.

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Speaker(s): Michael Meguerdichian; Komal Bajaj, MD, CHSE; Robin Kim, MD; Katie L Walker, MBA, RN

Working memory is our short term memory that is used to package and store information for retrieval when approaching new experiences. Considering the complexity that simulation training can offer, an educator’s understanding and management of these factors in a curriculum is imperative. The workshop aims to offer a toolkit applying Cognitive Load Theory as a means to better manage the limitations of working memory.

1000 - 1130
Outcome Centered Approach to Clinical Scenario Design
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

The aim of this workshop is to provide participants with the tools necessary to design an outcome driven clinical scenario for use during a simulation-based educational session. Utilizing a backward design approach, participants will receive hands-on experience designing a clinical scenario, including developing course goals and learning outcomes, setting the stage for the scenario, and storyboarding a clinical scenario from start to finish.

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Speaker(s): Jamie M Robertson, PhD, MPH; Dorothy Bradley; Andrew Eyre, MD; Douglas S Smink; Steven Yule, PhD

The aim of this workshop is to provide participants with the tools necessary to design an outcome driven clinical scenario for use during a simulation-based educational session. Utilizing a backward design approach, participants will receive hands-on experience designing a clinical scenario, including developing course goals and learning outcomes, setting the stage for the scenario, and storyboarding a clinical scenario from start to finish.

1000 - 1130
Writing objectives: The Heart of a Simulation Program (#25813) (Offered in Spanish)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Anesthesia

Offered in Spanish. Objectives are the heart of a good simulation program. It is crucial that they be on target with what we expect our participants to learn and do. This faculty development session will explore what important steps need to be taken before one begins to write objectives. This interactive 90-minutes workshop will include exercises on writing objectives for different types of simulations and how to assess those courses.

#25813
Speaker(s): Angel Diaz-Sanchez, MD; Eliana Ximea Escudero, MASTER, RN; Carla Iris Prudencio; Sally J Rudy, MSN RN-BC CHSE

Offered in Spanish. Objectives are the heart of a good simulation program. It is crucial that they be on target with what we expect our participants to learn and do. This faculty development session will explore what important steps need to be taken before one begins to write objectives. This interactive 90-minutes workshop will include exercises on writing objectives for different types of simulations and how to assess those courses.

1000 - 1130
Bring EMS Call Review to Life: Progressive Disclosure Cases with in-situ Ambulance Simulation (#29540)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

This presentation will discuss ways Emergency Medical Services educators can develop interactive educational sessions that combine progressive disclosure call review with in situ ambulance simulation to meaningfully reinforce national practice guidelines. Examples will include a community prehospital outreach program focused on CDC Trauma Triage Guidelines developed by a Level 1 Trauma Center.

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Speaker(s): Lauren M. Maloney, MD, NRP, FP-C, NCEE; Jess Boyle, BS, NRP, FP-C, CCP-C; Colby Rowe, MS, NRP, FP-C

This presentation will discuss ways Emergency Medical Services educators can develop interactive educational sessions that combine progressive disclosure call review with in situ ambulance simulation to meaningfully reinforce national practice guidelines. Examples will include a community prehospital outreach program focused on CDC Trauma Triage Guidelines developed by a Level 1 Trauma Center.

1000 - 1130
Large Scale Events: Tools and Resources to Plan like a Pro!
Type: Workshop | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Medical Education

This workshop is designed to assist simulation professionals in the organization and development of large scale simulations. Common pitfalls and strategies for comprehensive planning will be discussed. Workshop participants will utilize various tools and resources to plan a hypothetical large scale simulation, and create a draft plan for use in their own programs.

#24390
Speaker(s): Daniel Smith; HaoPing Chai; Jessica Preston, B.S.

This workshop is designed to assist simulation professionals in the organization and development of large scale simulations. Common pitfalls and strategies for comprehensive planning will be discussed. Workshop participants will utilize various tools and resources to plan a hypothetical large scale simulation, and create a draft plan for use in their own programs.

1000 - 1130
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Simulated Patients
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

The value and contribution of simulated patient (SP) for health professional learning is well established (1,2,3). However the additional benefits associated with cultural and linguistic diversity (CALD) amongst SPs, to impact authenticity, cultural competency and improved health determinants for CALD clients are rarely reported. This course will outline the process of amalgamating CALD SPs into your simulations.

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Speaker(s): Karen Livesay, RN, RM, MPET, MBA, Gr Cert Tert ED, PhD candidate

The value and contribution of simulated patient (SP) for health professional learning is well established (1,2,3). However the additional benefits associated with cultural and linguistic diversity (CALD) amongst SPs, to impact authenticity, cultural competency and improved health determinants for CALD clients are rarely reported. This course will outline the process of amalgamating CALD SPs into your simulations.

1000 - 1130
Cyclic Graph Techniques to Author Complex, Reproducible Scenarios
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

Reliable and reproducible simulation programming can be a daunting endeavor for someone without a background in computer science. This course will discuss the use of holding boxes and loops in scenario design to improve readability and ease of use by both the original author and others. Participants with be guided through the design and programming process and may wish to bring a personal laptop with Laerdal SimDesigner loaded (not required).

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Speaker(s): Megan Laniewicz, MD; Amy Hanson, MD; Fred Warkentine, MD, MsCI; Jedediah White

Reliable and reproducible simulation programming can be a daunting endeavor for someone without a background in computer science. This course will discuss the use of holding boxes and loops in scenario design to improve readability and ease of use by both the original author and others. Participants with be guided through the design and programming process and may wish to bring a personal laptop with Laerdal SimDesigner loaded (not required).

1000 - 1130
Orlando Health Simulation and Preparedness (#29174)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

This powerful session will provide attendees with a firsthand experience of the nation’s worst mass casualty event that occurred on June 12, 2016 at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. As a Level 1 trauma center, Orlando Health’s preparedness through simulation based experiential learning improved outcomes for these shooting victims, their families and the Orlando community. Lessons learned will be shared with the attendees.

#29174
Speaker(s): Michael Cheatham; Nancy Dinon

This powerful session will provide attendees with a firsthand experience of the nation’s worst mass casualty event that occurred on June 12, 2016 at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. As a Level 1 trauma center, Orlando Health’s preparedness through simulation based experiential learning improved outcomes for these shooting victims, their families and the Orlando community. Lessons learned will be shared with the attendees.

1000 - 1130
Debriefing the Debriefer: Take Faculty Development to the Next Level
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

This workshop will allow participants to practice and improve upon the debriefing of the debriefer as a strategy for faculty development. Participants will learn how to use the DASH as a structured approach to providing feedback to peers and strengthening debriefing skills. This workshop is intended to be highly participatory allowing learners to move their faculty development program to the next level through structured peer-to-peer feedback.

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Speaker(s): Rachel Onello, PhD, RN, CHSE, CNE, CNL; Amy L Daniels, MS, RN, CHSE; Michaela Kolbe, PhD; Kristian Krogh, MD; Dawn Taylor Peterson, PhD; Penni Watts, PhD, RN, CHSE-A; Nelson Wong, MD

This workshop will allow participants to practice and improve upon the debriefing of the debriefer as a strategy for faculty development. Participants will learn how to use the DASH as a structured approach to providing feedback to peers and strengthening debriefing skills. This workshop is intended to be highly participatory allowing learners to move their faculty development program to the next level through structured peer-to-peer feedback.

1000 - 1130
Peers Role Play to Improve Debriefing
Type: Workshop | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Medical Education

In this workshop we introduce a simple, practical way to maintain continuous development of debriefing skills. The training designed is a safe, simulated environment that enables learners of debriefing to advance their level of proficiency with structured feedback. Multiple strategies including small group activities, video observation, peer assessment and reflective self-assessment utilizing the DASH assessment tool will be used.

#24091
Speaker(s): Usamah Saleh Alzoraigi, MD; Abdulrahman Y Sabbagh, MD; Abdullah Almarshed, MD; shadi almoziny; Abeer Arab, MBBS, FRCPC; Charles Pozner, MD; Jenny W Rudolph, PhD

In this workshop we introduce a simple, practical way to maintain continuous development of debriefing skills. The training designed is a safe, simulated environment that enables learners of debriefing to advance their level of proficiency with structured feedback. Multiple strategies including small group activities, video observation, peer assessment and reflective self-assessment utilizing the DASH assessment tool will be used.

1000 - 1130
Debriefing the Multi-patient Simulation Experience
Type: Workshop | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Nursing Education

The aim of this workshop is to describe the development of a debriefing tool for use in multi-patient simulations. The tool is part of a larger toolkit authored by a National League for Nursing Simulation Leader group. While emphasis will be on the debriefing tool, components of the toolkit will be discussed including the template, operational guide and an observer checklist. The audience will apply the toolkit to a multi-patient scenario.

#24280
Speaker(s): Sabrina Beroz, DNP, RN, CHSE; Vanessa Carol Kramasz, MSN; Patricia Morgan; Nancy Sullivan, DNP, RN

The aim of this workshop is to describe the development of a debriefing tool for use in multi-patient simulations. The tool is part of a larger toolkit authored by a National League for Nursing Simulation Leader group. While emphasis will be on the debriefing tool, components of the toolkit will be discussed including the template, operational guide and an observer checklist. The audience will apply the toolkit to a multi-patient scenario.

1000 - 1130
Build Your Simulation Training Program From Scratch
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

Are you thinking of starting your own emergency medicine simulation fellowship? Would you like to receive information from experts who have been successful in sustaining an emergency medicine simulation fellowship? The formal training programs affinity group has organized a panel of program directors of simulation fellowships to provide a panel discussion on building a successful fellowship from the ground up.

#24301
Speaker(s): Michelle Marie McLean, MD; Sidhant Nagrani, MD; Ambrose H Wong, MD, MS-HPEd; Antoinette Golden; Demian Szyld, MD, EdM; Rami Ahmed, DO, MHPE; Thomas Nowicki, MD; Kimberly Schertzer, MD

Are you thinking of starting your own emergency medicine simulation fellowship? Would you like to receive information from experts who have been successful in sustaining an emergency medicine simulation fellowship? The formal training programs affinity group has organized a panel of program directors of simulation fellowships to provide a panel discussion on building a successful fellowship from the ground up.

1000 - 1130
Challenges in Research: Are You Really a Snowflake?
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

Research in simulation and debriefing often assumes that the large sample sizes used in clinical investigations are needed to demonstrate the effects of new strategies in education and training. Because we all share common cognitive processes underlying learning, problem-solving, and decision-making, evidence from cognitive psychology demonstrates that meaningful studies can be successfully conducted with modest sample sizes.

#24892
Speaker(s): Louis P. Halamek, MD, FAAP; Immanuel Barshi, PhD; Janene Fuerch-Hogan, MD

Research in simulation and debriefing often assumes that the large sample sizes used in clinical investigations are needed to demonstrate the effects of new strategies in education and training. Because we all share common cognitive processes underlying learning, problem-solving, and decision-making, evidence from cognitive psychology demonstrates that meaningful studies can be successfully conducted with modest sample sizes.

1000 - 1130
Practice What We Preach: Develop Your Interpersonal Effectiveness to Promote Psychological Safety
Type: Workshop | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

Psychological safety is vital to effective sim-based education & sim work aims to improve clinicians’ interpersonal effectiveness. Creating a culture of safety throughout our workplace (in & outside of sim events) with these concepts maximizes the impact by increasing organizational success. This workshop teaches the application of facilitation principles to the workplace through an understanding of emotional, social, & systemic intelligence.

#23513
Speaker(s): Danelen Johnson; Lisa T Barker, MD

Psychological safety is vital to effective sim-based education & sim work aims to improve clinicians’ interpersonal effectiveness. Creating a culture of safety throughout our workplace (in & outside of sim events) with these concepts maximizes the impact by increasing organizational success. This workshop teaches the application of facilitation principles to the workplace through an understanding of emotional, social, & systemic intelligence.

1000 - 1130
Developing Simulation Sessions with ISD (Instructional System Design) and “ADDIE”
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

This course will provide hands-on application of principles of Instructional Systems Design (ISD) using ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation) for constructing courses using simulation to teach medical and/or communication skills. Under guidance of experienced faculty, small group work will focus on Needs Analysis, Design and Evaluation. A variety of educational modalities will be considered.

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Speaker(s): W Bosseau Murray, MD; Jason Bates, MA; Michael G Holder, Jr, MD; Anna Lerant, MD, CHSE; Jeffrey Orledge, MD, MS; Rob W Rockhold, PhD

This course will provide hands-on application of principles of Instructional Systems Design (ISD) using ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation) for constructing courses using simulation to teach medical and/or communication skills. Under guidance of experienced faculty, small group work will focus on Needs Analysis, Design and Evaluation. A variety of educational modalities will be considered.

1000 - 1130
Pre-Construction Design of Patient Care Spaces Using Simulation: A Tri-Coastal Panel Discussion
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Designing and building a new hospital environment creates potential patient safety threats and challenges to providers. Simulation can be utilized at the early stages of design during the pre-construction phase to identify and prevent latent safety threats. A panel of simulation and architectural experts from three institutions will present examples and lessons learned of how to use simulation to improve patient safety related to design.

#24531
Speaker(s): Jennifer L Arnold, MD, MSc; Catherine K Allan, MD; Chris Cortes, AIA; Jill S.M. Pearsall, RA, NCARB; Jennifer Reid, MD; Kimberly P Stone; Kelly Wallin, MS RN CHSE

Designing and building a new hospital environment creates potential patient safety threats and challenges to providers. Simulation can be utilized at the early stages of design during the pre-construction phase to identify and prevent latent safety threats. A panel of simulation and architectural experts from three institutions will present examples and lessons learned of how to use simulation to improve patient safety related to design.

1000 - 1130
Make Average Performance Excellent: Mental Skills Training to Optimize Performance
Type: Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Surgery

Stress can be a significant barrier to healthcare provider performance and patient safety. Mental skills are psychological strategies that can optimize performance in stressful situations. Mental skills implemented during simulation training may enhance healthcare providers’ performance in challenging situations. A primary objective for this workshop will be active learning of mental skills applied during laparoscopic surgery simulator tasks.

#25108
Speaker(s): Nicholas Anton, MS; Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD, FACS

Stress can be a significant barrier to healthcare provider performance and patient safety. Mental skills are psychological strategies that can optimize performance in stressful situations. Mental skills implemented during simulation training may enhance healthcare providers’ performance in challenging situations. A primary objective for this workshop will be active learning of mental skills applied during laparoscopic surgery simulator tasks.

1000 - 1130
Train for Special Pathogens: Never Say Never!
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

The three major healthcare facilities who have successfully treated patients infected with Ebola Virus Disease in the United States have joined forces to create the National Ebola Training and Education Council. This consortium has developed didactic and simulation curriculum to help regional treatment centers prepare for, train, and share best practices in the care of patients infected with EVD and other emerging special pathogens.

#25721
Speaker(s): Jessica Pohlman, MPA, NREMT-P; Komal Bajaj, MD, CHSE; Robin Kim, MD; Michael Meguerdichian; Katie L Walker, MBA, RN

The three major healthcare facilities who have successfully treated patients infected with Ebola Virus Disease in the United States have joined forces to create the National Ebola Training and Education Council. This consortium has developed didactic and simulation curriculum to help regional treatment centers prepare for, train, and share best practices in the care of patients infected with EVD and other emerging special pathogens.

1000 - 1130
Unit-based Simulation: Steps for Design and Implementation
Type: Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Simulation-based training in patient care areas (unit-based simulation) tasks participants in their usual work environment and health care teams. There are nuanced challenges to the implementation and delivery of unit based simulation. Participants will delve into a step-by-step toolkit created by experts at the NYC Health + Hospitals Simulations Center and consider how to deploy this powerful tool at their own institutions.

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Speaker(s): Komal Bajaj, MD, CHSE; Michael Meguerdichian; Jessica Pohlman, MPA, NREMT-P; Katie L Walker, MBA, RN

Simulation-based training in patient care areas (unit-based simulation) tasks participants in their usual work environment and health care teams. There are nuanced challenges to the implementation and delivery of unit based simulation. Participants will delve into a step-by-step toolkit created by experts at the NYC Health + Hospitals Simulations Center and consider how to deploy this powerful tool at their own institutions.

1000 - 1130
Director's Workshop on Policies and Procedures
Type: Workshop | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

This workshop, sponsored by the SSIH Director's of Simulation Centers SIG, is designed for the individual who has taken on the responsibility to be a Director of a Simulation Center. The outcome of this workshop will be a comprehensive understanding of what needs to be included in a Sim Center's Policy and Procedures Handbook. Each participant will begin to develop the outline of their own institution's Policy and Procedures Handbook.

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Speaker(s): Dawn M Schocken, MPH, PhD; Stephen C. Charles, MS, MA, PhD, CHSE; Dena Higbee, M.S., CHSE; Michael T Spooner

This workshop, sponsored by the SSIH Director's of Simulation Centers SIG, is designed for the individual who has taken on the responsibility to be a Director of a Simulation Center. The outcome of this workshop will be a comprehensive understanding of what needs to be included in a Sim Center's Policy and Procedures Handbook. Each participant will begin to develop the outline of their own institution's Policy and Procedures Handbook.

1000 - 1130
Enhance the Experience: How to Combine Simulation with Interactive Video (#23892)
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Medical Education

Simulation can be a powerful educational tool to support didactic content in a hands-on, dynamic environment. Multiple learning strategies may enhance a learner’s ability to apply new information that can impact patient safety. This session will explore the use of electronic media from a simulated cardio-pulmonary scenario to provide a dynamic and engaging opportunity to assess knowledge and understanding.

#23892
Speaker(s): Theresa J McCann, PhD, MPH, CHSE; Glenn Brady, MD; Joseph S. Rauscher, FPC, NREMTP; John Speake

Simulation can be a powerful educational tool to support didactic content in a hands-on, dynamic environment. Multiple learning strategies may enhance a learner’s ability to apply new information that can impact patient safety. This session will explore the use of electronic media from a simulated cardio-pulmonary scenario to provide a dynamic and engaging opportunity to assess knowledge and understanding.

1000 - 1130
High-Feedback to Enhance Cognitive Stimuli and Learner Immersion (#25208)
Type: Workshop | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Many simulation scenarios are intended to practice learner response, not to hone diagnostic skills. The best high-fidelity mannequins provide imperfect simulation, sometimes leading to misleading, or completely wrong, impressions of the scenarios. These errors must be corrected by immediate instructor intervention, to redirect students. This workshop will introduce “high-feedback” simulation as an alternative to the “high-fidelity” experience.

#25208
Speaker(s): Robert Frank Stump, MD, PhD; Scott B Crawford, MD; Stormy Monks, PhD, MPH, CHES

Many simulation scenarios are intended to practice learner response, not to hone diagnostic skills. The best high-fidelity mannequins provide imperfect simulation, sometimes leading to misleading, or completely wrong, impressions of the scenarios. These errors must be corrected by immediate instructor intervention, to redirect students. This workshop will introduce “high-feedback” simulation as an alternative to the “high-fidelity” experience.

1000 - 1130
Medical School Simulation: Hot Topics Panel
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

This expert panel includes faculty from different institutions who will use their own combined experience of greater than 50 years in medical student simulation to describe opportunities and potential pitfalls when considering simulation for undergraduate medical education.

#24212
Speaker(s): Emily Hayden, MD MHPE; Dylan Cooper, MD; Torrey Laack, MD; David Salzman, MD, MEd; Margaret K Sande, MD, MS; Traci Thoureen

This expert panel includes faculty from different institutions who will use their own combined experience of greater than 50 years in medical student simulation to describe opportunities and potential pitfalls when considering simulation for undergraduate medical education.

1000 - 1130
Mitigating Latent Threats Identified Through an Embedded In-Situ Program
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

We will share our experience of identifying & mitigating latent threats, engaging stakeholders & implementing change for improvement through Royal Brompton Hospital's Simulated interPRofessional Team Training (SPRinT), an embedded in-situ simulation programme. Delegates are encouraged to create ideas to implement system change and involve key stakeholders in their workplace through collaboration and faculty mentoring.

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Speaker(s): Margarita Burmester, MBBS MRCP FRCPCH FFICM; Ms Judy Cotterill; Cecilia Korb, MD MSc; Mary Lane; Helen Marie MacGloin; CATHY O'DONOGHUE, MB, BCh, BOA, FFARCSI

We will share our experience of identifying & mitigating latent threats, engaging stakeholders & implementing change for improvement through Royal Brompton Hospital's Simulated interPRofessional Team Training (SPRinT), an embedded in-situ simulation programme. Delegates are encouraged to create ideas to implement system change and involve key stakeholders in their workplace through collaboration and faculty mentoring.

1000 - 1130
Competency Skills Assessment for Today’s Trainees
Type: Workshop | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

The ACGME mandates the assessment of specific core competencies, including competencies in critical care procedures. They advocate for the use of simulation for both instruction and assessment of resident performance. (1,2,3) This course will discuss the development of a curriculum and competency assessment tool using high-fidelity simulation for residents’ pediatric airway management, as well as lessons learned by the course directors.

#24602
Speaker(s): Robyn Wing, MD, MPH; Linda Brown, MD, MSCE; Frank Overly, MD, FAAP

The ACGME mandates the assessment of specific core competencies, including competencies in critical care procedures. They advocate for the use of simulation for both instruction and assessment of resident performance. (1,2,3) This course will discuss the development of a curriculum and competency assessment tool using high-fidelity simulation for residents’ pediatric airway management, as well as lessons learned by the course directors.

1000 - 1130
Moulage for Standardized Patients: Bruises, Scars & Lesions, Oh My!
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

With a few simple tools and a basic understanding of makeup techniques, participants will learn how quickly and precisely apply bruises, scars and lesions to their standardized patients. Our course is designed to give the learner the skills to be able to apply common, easy conditions that appear on the skin and would be visible in a doctor-patient interaction. These techniques are low cost and will increase the realism of SP interactions.

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Speaker(s): Lish Robinson, CHSOS; Lindsae Klein

With a few simple tools and a basic understanding of makeup techniques, participants will learn how quickly and precisely apply bruises, scars and lesions to their standardized patients. Our course is designed to give the learner the skills to be able to apply common, easy conditions that appear on the skin and would be visible in a doctor-patient interaction. These techniques are low cost and will increase the realism of SP interactions.

1000 - 1130
Your Patient’s Experience…See it for Yourself! (#23928)
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Medical Education

Through discussion, small group work, video review and reflection, attendees will be introduced to how GoPro technology can benefit simulation and debriefing. In the session learners will discover the adaptability of the GoPro as a way to engage participants in simulation and let them see the care they provide from the patient’s viewpoint.

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Speaker(s): Kathy M Marian, MEd; Michael Blomquist; Amy Follmer, CHSOS

Through discussion, small group work, video review and reflection, attendees will be introduced to how GoPro technology can benefit simulation and debriefing. In the session learners will discover the adaptability of the GoPro as a way to engage participants in simulation and let them see the care they provide from the patient’s viewpoint.

1000 - 1130
Advance Patient-centered Care and Get to the Heart of Healthcare
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

An evidence-based simulation communication training integrating real-life scenarios and coached patient & family actors will be presented. Workshop participants will examine the teaching methodology and outcomes of the training. Demonstrations and role plays are part of the workshop design

#24092
Speaker(s): Cynthia Shum, DNP, MEd, RN,CHSE-A; Linda Frommer, MPH; Travis Wright Runnels

An evidence-based simulation communication training integrating real-life scenarios and coached patient & family actors will be presented. Workshop participants will examine the teaching methodology and outcomes of the training. Demonstrations and role plays are part of the workshop design

1330 - 1430
Nightmares on Call: Sim for the Medical School Capstone Course
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Medical Education

Capstone courses have increasingly become a last step to help prepare graduating US medical students for residency training. Simulation is an effective teaching modality that has been incorporated into these programs. We will outline ways to incorporate simulation into your program, identify how to overcome logistical challenges, and review successful ways that simulation has been integrated into programs at different institutions.

#24012
Speaker(s): David Alan Wald, DO; Whitney K Bryant, MD

Capstone courses have increasingly become a last step to help prepare graduating US medical students for residency training. Simulation is an effective teaching modality that has been incorporated into these programs. We will outline ways to incorporate simulation into your program, identify how to overcome logistical challenges, and review successful ways that simulation has been integrated into programs at different institutions.

1330 - 1430
Control Room Communication Simulation
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Good communication in the control room is imperative to providing clean and effective education to the learners. Simulation teaches Crisis Resource Management principles, which directly target Role Clarity, Teamwork, Communication, Personnel Support and Global Assessment. How much more effective could our simulation staff become if we practiced what we preached within our own teams and especially in the control room (The heart of our programs).

#24378
Speaker(s): Phillip Wortham, BA, CHSOS; Lisa Hubert, RN, BSN

Good communication in the control room is imperative to providing clean and effective education to the learners. Simulation teaches Crisis Resource Management principles, which directly target Role Clarity, Teamwork, Communication, Personnel Support and Global Assessment. How much more effective could our simulation staff become if we practiced what we preached within our own teams and especially in the control room (The heart of our programs).

1330 - 1430
Research Study Design: Experimental versus Quasi-experimental
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

When conducting research, it is imperative for investigators to have knowledge of various study designs and an understanding of their functions. This course will provide an overview of both experimental and quasi-experimental design as well as explain the importance of the essential elements of study design: assignment, measurement, comparison groups, and treatment. Examples of designs that can be used in simulation research will be provided.

#25519
Speaker(s): Stormy Monks, PhD, MPH, CHES; Susan Watts, PhD

When conducting research, it is imperative for investigators to have knowledge of various study designs and an understanding of their functions. This course will provide an overview of both experimental and quasi-experimental design as well as explain the importance of the essential elements of study design: assignment, measurement, comparison groups, and treatment. Examples of designs that can be used in simulation research will be provided.

1330 - 1430
Operations 360: Run a Large-scale Simulation Center
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Jump, is a 58,050 square foot facility, with more than 2,300 educational events per year. Jump has implemented numerous tool sets and procedures to increase its efficiency and effectiveness with an ultimate goal to decrease healthcare costs and improve quality patient care. This course will provide the learner with a broad-based view of the resources and processes required to run a large simulation center.

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Speaker(s): Noel A Adams; Kristi Sanders, EMT-P

Jump, is a 58,050 square foot facility, with more than 2,300 educational events per year. Jump has implemented numerous tool sets and procedures to increase its efficiency and effectiveness with an ultimate goal to decrease healthcare costs and improve quality patient care. This course will provide the learner with a broad-based view of the resources and processes required to run a large simulation center.

1330 - 1430
Create a Simulation Educator Pathway
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Effective simulation instruction and course development requires a skilled educator. There is a need to develop positive, accelerated educational programs for simulation instructors that cover the unique aspects of simulation education. This course will review strategies to develop an effective simulation educator pathway that will move simulation instructors from novice to expert and assure quality simulation educational programs.

#24966
Speaker(s): Becky Damazo, RN, CPNP, CHSE-A, MSN

Effective simulation instruction and course development requires a skilled educator. There is a need to develop positive, accelerated educational programs for simulation instructors that cover the unique aspects of simulation education. This course will review strategies to develop an effective simulation educator pathway that will move simulation instructors from novice to expert and assure quality simulation educational programs.

1330 - 1430
Big Data: Create Metrics that Drive Organizational Strategy
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

We all have been there - it’s budget time. The executive team wants to know what you have been doing for the past year. Normally this is an exercise in estimation, perhaps you scribble a couple of numbers on a piece of paper, do a quick tally and send an email. Join us as we take you through our personal story of how we took this incredibly labor intensive process and distilled it into a meaningful value add for our organization.

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Speaker(s): Mary S Calabrese, MSN, RN; Stephen Hurst

We all have been there - it’s budget time. The executive team wants to know what you have been doing for the past year. Normally this is an exercise in estimation, perhaps you scribble a couple of numbers on a piece of paper, do a quick tally and send an email. Join us as we take you through our personal story of how we took this incredibly labor intensive process and distilled it into a meaningful value add for our organization.

1330 - 1430
Pathway to Excellence: Prepare Your Center for Accreditation
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

This course will provide an overview of the SSH accreditation standards, application process and timeline for the journey of accreditation. Leaders from 2 sim centers (academic hospital center and school of nursing) will outline their experiences in the accreditation process and discuss the identified strengths and weaknesses within their organization, as well as the benefits received by completing the accreditation process.

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Speaker(s): Thomas Dongilli, AT, CHSOS; Michele Kuszajewski, DNP, RN, CHSE

This course will provide an overview of the SSH accreditation standards, application process and timeline for the journey of accreditation. Leaders from 2 sim centers (academic hospital center and school of nursing) will outline their experiences in the accreditation process and discuss the identified strengths and weaknesses within their organization, as well as the benefits received by completing the accreditation process.

1330 - 1430
Learning Theory: Building a Model to Meet Educators' Needs
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Selecting a learning theory to support simulation activities is crucial to program success. Some learning theories are useful with task training, while others lend themselves better to team events. There are also theories that are more universal and apply to most activities. This course will propose a structure that includes multiple theories that address specific simulation modalities with a supporting base that has more universal application.

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Speaker(s): David L Rodgers, EdD, EMT-P, NRP, FAHA; Elizabeth Sinz, MD MEd FCCM; Margaret Wojnar, MD

Selecting a learning theory to support simulation activities is crucial to program success. Some learning theories are useful with task training, while others lend themselves better to team events. There are also theories that are more universal and apply to most activities. This course will propose a structure that includes multiple theories that address specific simulation modalities with a supporting base that has more universal application.

1330 - 1430
High Risk Cases for Emergency Providers
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

Cognitive biases and communication issues put our patients in harms way and can be especially devastating in critical or emergent situations. This session goes through what one national multi-specialty group offers to help train their providers using simulation through 5 scenarios drawn upon from real cases.

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Speaker(s): Steven J Warrington, MD, BS; Johnathan Bernauer-banning, RRT, EMT-B; Lucas Toho, MD

Cognitive biases and communication issues put our patients in harms way and can be especially devastating in critical or emergent situations. This session goes through what one national multi-specialty group offers to help train their providers using simulation through 5 scenarios drawn upon from real cases.

1330 - 1430
Data Management: Streamline and Simplify for Success
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Simulation Center data management is an important component of program administration. Organizational leaders, grantors, and the SSH Accreditation program, all require simulation center's to provide data indicating utilization and outcomes. Using low cost electronic solutions, simulation centers can easily manage data and create reports to demonstrate the center's total learners, learners by department, course offerings, etc.

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Speaker(s): Jared Kutzin, DNP, MS, MPH, RN, CPPS, CPHQ, CHSOS, NEA-BC

Simulation Center data management is an important component of program administration. Organizational leaders, grantors, and the SSH Accreditation program, all require simulation center's to provide data indicating utilization and outcomes. Using low cost electronic solutions, simulation centers can easily manage data and create reports to demonstrate the center's total learners, learners by department, course offerings, etc.

1330 - 1430
Data Driven Debriefing and Assessment: Optimize The Use of Your High Fidelity Simulator (#25361)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Objective and timely feedback following in-situ training improves learner satisfaction and team performance. In the clinical setting, time and space limitations pose significant technical and operational challenges for quality debriefing. We present a novel software solution that enables real-time data extraction from the simulator debriefing log to display relevant performance metrics that enhance the quality of the immersive experience.

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Speaker(s): Chan Park, MD FAAEM

Objective and timely feedback following in-situ training improves learner satisfaction and team performance. In the clinical setting, time and space limitations pose significant technical and operational challenges for quality debriefing. We present a novel software solution that enables real-time data extraction from the simulator debriefing log to display relevant performance metrics that enhance the quality of the immersive experience.

1330 - 1430
Humanized Simulation: Promote Cultural Humility and Person-centered Care
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

This session will examine the use of hybrid simulation (the practice of using both an embedded patient actor and a simulator during the scenario) to create high-fidelity simulation scenarios that promote team functioning, cultural humility, and person-centered care. Particular attention will be paid to the complexities and logistics of this type of simulation and the use of the embedded actor in the debriefing session.

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Speaker(s): Susanna Cohen, DNP, CNM; Jenifer Fahey, CNM, MPH; Jason Sterne; Dilys Walker, MD

This session will examine the use of hybrid simulation (the practice of using both an embedded patient actor and a simulator during the scenario) to create high-fidelity simulation scenarios that promote team functioning, cultural humility, and person-centered care. Particular attention will be paid to the complexities and logistics of this type of simulation and the use of the embedded actor in the debriefing session.

1330 - 1430
Hospital IPE: The Pulse of Patient Safety
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

This course will provide information on mechanisms used to integrate and expand interprofessional simulations in an acute care setting. We will discuss the ways in which interprofessional simulations have helped to identify system issues and address problems, which improves patient safety and reduces risk of error. Teamwork and interprofessional collaboration are critical elements to success, which will also be discussed.

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Speaker(s): Judy I Murphy

This course will provide information on mechanisms used to integrate and expand interprofessional simulations in an acute care setting. We will discuss the ways in which interprofessional simulations have helped to identify system issues and address problems, which improves patient safety and reduces risk of error. Teamwork and interprofessional collaboration are critical elements to success, which will also be discussed.

1330 - 1430
Build it and They will Come .... Are you Ready? Moving into New Sim Space
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Medical Education

Each simulation program has a story to tell about its journey to existence. After 4 years of planning, the Clinical Learning and Simulation Center ( CLSC ) of Memorial University's Faculty of Medicine was a reality. This presentation will share our journey through the first 2 years of operations, as well as lessons learned in the process.

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Speaker(s): Paula Mullins-Richards; Sherry Pritchett-Kelly

Each simulation program has a story to tell about its journey to existence. After 4 years of planning, the Clinical Learning and Simulation Center ( CLSC ) of Memorial University's Faculty of Medicine was a reality. This presentation will share our journey through the first 2 years of operations, as well as lessons learned in the process.

1330 - 1430
Mirror Patients - Using Patient Encounters to Enhance Scenario Development (#25440)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Pediatrics

The Mirror Patient approach uses an existing patient to profile a simulated patient during a scenario. This method requires using the actual name, history, physical traits, lines, and findings of an admitted patient to serve as the simulated patient in a scenario. This interactive presentation will highlight the strengths and challenges of using this method. Faculty will provide a template for mirror patient design that can be used for practice.

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Speaker(s): Sean Cavanaugh; Rahul Panesar, MD

The Mirror Patient approach uses an existing patient to profile a simulated patient during a scenario. This method requires using the actual name, history, physical traits, lines, and findings of an admitted patient to serve as the simulated patient in a scenario. This interactive presentation will highlight the strengths and challenges of using this method. Faculty will provide a template for mirror patient design that can be used for practice.

1330 - 1430
Position Simulation as a Strategic Value-added Resource
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Simulation can be positioned as an indispensable, value-add resource within an organization using three key strategies: 1. increasing visibility and leadership support of simulation 2. leveraging simulation to promote operational excellence 3. integrating best practices from disciplines such as process improvement to contract simulation-based projects to optimize success. Experiences from an existing center will illustrate each strategy.

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Speaker(s): Gretchen M Kolb, MS; Cynthia Morgan, MSOD

Simulation can be positioned as an indispensable, value-add resource within an organization using three key strategies: 1. increasing visibility and leadership support of simulation 2. leveraging simulation to promote operational excellence 3. integrating best practices from disciplines such as process improvement to contract simulation-based projects to optimize success. Experiences from an existing center will illustrate each strategy.

1330 - 1430
Making the Financial Case for TeamSTEPPS Deployment
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Fundamental to a successful TeamSTEPPS deployment campaign remains unwavering C-Suite support. This talk will teach practical tools on how to make a cogent financial argument for a hospital system wide TeamSTEPPS deployment.

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Speaker(s): Oren T Guttman, MD, MBA, CHSE

Fundamental to a successful TeamSTEPPS deployment campaign remains unwavering C-Suite support. This talk will teach practical tools on how to make a cogent financial argument for a hospital system wide TeamSTEPPS deployment.

1330 - 1430
Improve Outcomes in an Accountable Care Organization Using Transitional Care Training
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

How did a hospital-based simulation center leverage the current healthcare environment to create an interdisciplinary, revenue- generating training opportunity to improve patient outcomes in an Accountable Care Organization? Course development, marketing strategies, facilitation methods, and outcome metrics demonstrating positive return on investment will be presented.

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Speaker(s): Juliette Cedar Wang, MSN, RN, GNP-BC, CHSE; Ravit Barkama, MD, MPH; Karine Shnorhokian, RN, BSN

How did a hospital-based simulation center leverage the current healthcare environment to create an interdisciplinary, revenue- generating training opportunity to improve patient outcomes in an Accountable Care Organization? Course development, marketing strategies, facilitation methods, and outcome metrics demonstrating positive return on investment will be presented.

1330 - 1430
Successfully Bridge from Simulation Operator to Simulation Educator
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Medical Education

This course will explore and analyze current simulation operator roles and provide a broad sense of what is expected to transition into the role of a simulation educator. This course will introduce current trends in simulation, learning theories, assessment and curriculum design.

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Speaker(s): Cesar A Pastrana, MS, CHSE; Steven J Halm, DO, FAAP, FACP

This course will explore and analyze current simulation operator roles and provide a broad sense of what is expected to transition into the role of a simulation educator. This course will introduce current trends in simulation, learning theories, assessment and curriculum design.

1330 - 1430
Clinical Simulation Versus Serious Games: A Head-to-head Comparison
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Surgery

Serious Games (SGs) are said to offer advantages over live simulation training, e.g., cost per event, convenience, objectivity, and scalability. But, how do SGs stand up to clinical simulation in arenas such as clinical exam, learner engagement, interprofessional education, and team communication? We will compare our self-developed virtual simulation approach with their clinical simulation counterparts and discuss post-alpha game development.

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Speaker(s): Les R. Becker, PhD, MS.MEdL, NRP, CHSE; Jack Sava, MD; Craig Stevenson, BS, MS

Serious Games (SGs) are said to offer advantages over live simulation training, e.g., cost per event, convenience, objectivity, and scalability. But, how do SGs stand up to clinical simulation in arenas such as clinical exam, learner engagement, interprofessional education, and team communication? We will compare our self-developed virtual simulation approach with their clinical simulation counterparts and discuss post-alpha game development.

1330 - 1430
Academic Partnerships in Simulation
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

This panel will share the experiences of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Office of Interprofessional Simulation (OIPS) in building relationships and integrating various academic programs into clinical simulation. OIPS has successfully incorporated graduate programs in Health Administration and Clinical Laboratory Science, as well as undergraduate programs in Engineering, Business, and Social Work into our program.

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Speaker(s): Charles Prince; Lisa Brady Bagby, MSN, RN, CEN; Michelle R Brown, MS, MLS(ASCP), SBB; Betty Jane Farley, MSM; Dawn Taylor Peterson, PhD

This panel will share the experiences of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Office of Interprofessional Simulation (OIPS) in building relationships and integrating various academic programs into clinical simulation. OIPS has successfully incorporated graduate programs in Health Administration and Clinical Laboratory Science, as well as undergraduate programs in Engineering, Business, and Social Work into our program.

1330 - 1430
Theatre-style Simulation: Unfolding Case Study Scenarios
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Nursing Education

To promote critical thinking and clinical judgment skills in simulation, we’ve designed a series of 4-part unfolding case study scenario simulations with both active participants and observers in the same room, as one group, using a theatre approach. The unfolding nature of the scenarios and the engagement of both active participants and observers collectively, encourage critical thinking as a team and promote clinical judgment skills.

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Speaker(s): Pam Bellefeuille, RN MN ACNS-BC CEN

To promote critical thinking and clinical judgment skills in simulation, we’ve designed a series of 4-part unfolding case study scenario simulations with both active participants and observers in the same room, as one group, using a theatre approach. The unfolding nature of the scenarios and the engagement of both active participants and observers collectively, encourage critical thinking as a team and promote clinical judgment skills.

1330 - 1430
Professional Practice Evaluations
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

This course will provide an opportunity to review, discuss and examine the opportunities afforded to ongoing and focused professional performance evaluation (OPPE/FPPE) as it relates to healthcare simulation. Many may be unfamiliar with the terms of OPPE and FPPE but understand the potential healthcare simulation has to provide educational opportunities to healthcare providers.

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Speaker(s): Juli Maxworthy, DNP, MSN, MBA, RN, CNL, CPHQ, CPPS, CHSE

This course will provide an opportunity to review, discuss and examine the opportunities afforded to ongoing and focused professional performance evaluation (OPPE/FPPE) as it relates to healthcare simulation. Many may be unfamiliar with the terms of OPPE and FPPE but understand the potential healthcare simulation has to provide educational opportunities to healthcare providers.

1330 - 1430
Critical Response Week: Make it Interprofessional
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Medical Education

Numerous critical events confirm the need for disaster training in health care professions. However, no single discipline works in isolation, therefore Interprofessional Educational (IPE) learning is a necessary component. This course summarizes how interprofessional faculty members (nursing, pharmacy, allied health, and medicine) designed a curriculum for a critical response event and IPE competency day through the use of simulation.

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Speaker(s): Teri D Reynolds; Caroline Baek, RN, MSN; Jeremy Charles Edwards

Numerous critical events confirm the need for disaster training in health care professions. However, no single discipline works in isolation, therefore Interprofessional Educational (IPE) learning is a necessary component. This course summarizes how interprofessional faculty members (nursing, pharmacy, allied health, and medicine) designed a curriculum for a critical response event and IPE competency day through the use of simulation.

1330 - 1430
In Situ Simulation: The Concept and Applications
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

In situ simulation is a particular form of simulation conducted in the real clinical environment with participants being on-duty health care workers. The realism of the simulation can identify hazards of that environment. In situ simulation is not to replace regular simulation conducted in simulation centers. Forms and challenges of in situ simulation will be reviewed and the experience of 2 simulation centers will be shared together.

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Speaker(s): Hani M Lababidi, MD; Gregory H. Botz, MD, FCCM

In situ simulation is a particular form of simulation conducted in the real clinical environment with participants being on-duty health care workers. The realism of the simulation can identify hazards of that environment. In situ simulation is not to replace regular simulation conducted in simulation centers. Forms and challenges of in situ simulation will be reviewed and the experience of 2 simulation centers will be shared together.

1330 - 1430
Promote High Reliability Organizations (HRO) in Healthcare: New Framework for Systems Integration
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

We will describe a framework for systems integration in which simulation interventions aimed at improving patient safety are organized around 5 key principles of High Reliability Organizations (HRO). HROs are organizations that function in hazardous environments, yet succeed in keeping their error rate low due to internal operational practices. HRO science is relatively new in healthcare, but has much potential based on past success.

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Speaker(s): Jennifer L Arnold, MD, MSc

We will describe a framework for systems integration in which simulation interventions aimed at improving patient safety are organized around 5 key principles of High Reliability Organizations (HRO). HROs are organizations that function in hazardous environments, yet succeed in keeping their error rate low due to internal operational practices. HRO science is relatively new in healthcare, but has much potential based on past success.

1330 - 1430
Interprofessional Grand Rounds: How We Did It!
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Nursing Education

This session focuses on the development, implementation and evaluation of an interprofessional teaching grand rounds. In our example, a simulated team meeting surrounding a traumatic brain injury was developed to help students understand the roles of interprofessional colleagues in the context of a patient health need. This facilitated an understanding of the available services and best combination of providers to meet a patient’s needs.

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Speaker(s): Julie Poore, RN, DNP, CHSE; Evelyn Stephenson, DNP, RNC-NIC, NNP-BC, CHSE

This session focuses on the development, implementation and evaluation of an interprofessional teaching grand rounds. In our example, a simulated team meeting surrounding a traumatic brain injury was developed to help students understand the roles of interprofessional colleagues in the context of a patient health need. This facilitated an understanding of the available services and best combination of providers to meet a patient’s needs.

1330 - 1430
In Situ SP Stroke Scenarios to Improve Patient Care
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

A stroke is one of the most disabling conditions in the world, but patient outcomes can be improved with swift evidenced based care. In this course, we will disucss how an in situ standardized patient scenario was created to identify opportunities to expedite care, including early activation of a brain attack. We will also discuss how this simulation led to a new process of nurse initiated brain attacks following the outcomes of this simulation.

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Speaker(s): Nichole Kelsey, BSN, RN, CHSE; Dena Brown

A stroke is one of the most disabling conditions in the world, but patient outcomes can be improved with swift evidenced based care. In this course, we will disucss how an in situ standardized patient scenario was created to identify opportunities to expedite care, including early activation of a brain attack. We will also discuss how this simulation led to a new process of nurse initiated brain attacks following the outcomes of this simulation.

1330 - 1430
Psychological Safety Algorithm
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Part II of II presentations: Despite efforts to prepare a psychologically safe environment, simulation participants may become emotional and upset. Yet, simulation educators have an obligation to help simulation participants through difficult debriefings. We will discuss our experience with a psychological safety algorithm we created and used over a period of 18 months in an active pediatric simulation program.

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Speaker(s): Jared W Henricksen, MD; Catherine Altenburg; Brenna Thomas, RN-BSN

Part II of II presentations: Despite efforts to prepare a psychologically safe environment, simulation participants may become emotional and upset. Yet, simulation educators have an obligation to help simulation participants through difficult debriefings. We will discuss our experience with a psychological safety algorithm we created and used over a period of 18 months in an active pediatric simulation program.

1330 - 1430
Telesimulation: New Applications in Healthcare Education
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

Telesimulation is a new and novel concept that couples the principles of simulation with remote Internet access to provide education at off-site locations, which are typically resource poor. In this session, the authors will propose a unifying definition for telesimulation, describe how it is being implemented at their facility, and share ways of how telesimulation can be utilized for education, training, evaluation, and research purposes.

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Speaker(s): Christopher E McCoy; Cameron J Ricks, MD

Telesimulation is a new and novel concept that couples the principles of simulation with remote Internet access to provide education at off-site locations, which are typically resource poor. In this session, the authors will propose a unifying definition for telesimulation, describe how it is being implemented at their facility, and share ways of how telesimulation can be utilized for education, training, evaluation, and research purposes.

1330 - 1430
Infuse Simulation into a Concept-based Nursing Curriculum
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Nursing Education

This course will explore infusion of simulation into a concept-based nursing curriculum. Differences between simulation in a content based and a concept based curriculum will be discussed. Examples of creative strategies to help students explore and connect concepts will be shared. The implications and outcomes of infusing simulation concept-based curriculum will be examined. Small group discussion and sharing will be facilitated.

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Speaker(s): Melody L Bethards, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE; Nancy E Rogers, MA, BSN

This course will explore infusion of simulation into a concept-based nursing curriculum. Differences between simulation in a content based and a concept based curriculum will be discussed. Examples of creative strategies to help students explore and connect concepts will be shared. The implications and outcomes of infusing simulation concept-based curriculum will be examined. Small group discussion and sharing will be facilitated.

1330 - 1430
Empower Adolescents with Diabetes: The Youth Empowering Skills (YES) Programme
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

The Youth Empowering Skills (YES) programme works with young people with diabetes who have low levels of engagement with diabetes care from socially deprived areas. This presentation critically describes the development and evaluation of this innovative simulation-based patient education programme. Attendees will explore ways in which simulation can enhance patient education and engagement to directly improve the health of communities we serve.

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Speaker(s): Gabriel B Reedy, PhD, CPsychol

The Youth Empowering Skills (YES) programme works with young people with diabetes who have low levels of engagement with diabetes care from socially deprived areas. This presentation critically describes the development and evaluation of this innovative simulation-based patient education programme. Attendees will explore ways in which simulation can enhance patient education and engagement to directly improve the health of communities we serve.

1500 - 1630
Research in Interprofessional Education: Update from Experts in IPE
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

This interactive panel discussion, sponsored by the Interprofessional Education Affinity Group, is designed for IPE educators. This panel will share current research projects which include the following: using validated tools to evaluate collaborative decision making, leveling the IPEC competencies, and measuring effectiveness of IPE sessions in nursing and allied health.

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Speaker(s): Stephen C. Charles, MS, MA, PhD, CHSE; K. David Bodily, MS, RN, CHSE; Sonya Ranson Echols, PhD; Mary L Koehn, PhD, APRN, CHSE; Jane Lindsay Miller, MA, PhD; Dawn M Schocken, MPH, PhD

This interactive panel discussion, sponsored by the Interprofessional Education Affinity Group, is designed for IPE educators. This panel will share current research projects which include the following: using validated tools to evaluate collaborative decision making, leveling the IPEC competencies, and measuring effectiveness of IPE sessions in nursing and allied health.

1500 - 1630
Instructional Design Strategies: Applications to Simulation-Based Learning
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Instructional design refers to the systematic and reflective process of translating principles of learning and instruction into plans for instructional materials, activities, resources and evaluation. This 90-minute, interactive, small-group workshop will provide participants with a foundation for the instructional design process and how to apply it to SBL.

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Speaker(s): Justin Jeffers, MD; Christie J. Bruno; Rebekah Burns, MD; Lindsay C Johnston, MD, MEd; Karen Mangold, MD MEd; Mary McBride, MD; Shannon Poling, MeHP, CEBT, CHSE

Instructional design refers to the systematic and reflective process of translating principles of learning and instruction into plans for instructional materials, activities, resources and evaluation. This 90-minute, interactive, small-group workshop will provide participants with a foundation for the instructional design process and how to apply it to SBL.

1500 - 1630
Understanding Generalizability Theory - How to read and understand data arising from the use of this useful measurement method without needing a PhD in psychometrics
Type: Workshop | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

Generalizability theory (G-theory) is used in simulation research pertaining to the psychometric qualities of rating methods (e.g., OSCE stations). G-theory provides information on instrument performance for a study population and how facets (e.g., number of raters) might improve instrument performance. Through reading and dissecting a published example, participants will acquire an approach to interpreting G-Study indices.

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Speaker(s): Mary McBride, MD; Mark Adler, MD; Aaron William Calhoun, MD; Gregory E Gilbert, EdD, MSPH; Matthew Lineberry, PhD

Generalizability theory (G-theory) is used in simulation research pertaining to the psychometric qualities of rating methods (e.g., OSCE stations). G-theory provides information on instrument performance for a study population and how facets (e.g., number of raters) might improve instrument performance. Through reading and dissecting a published example, participants will acquire an approach to interpreting G-Study indices.

1500 - 1630
ALERT: Active Learning Environments via Reflective Thought
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Simulation based learning (SBL) activities require significant resources as compared to traditional methodologies. As the number of learners in SBL experiences increases, engaging observing participants can be difficult. This course will discuss The ALERT model, which is an effective strategy to enhance active learning and learner centered debriefing for larger size groups by engaging the observing participants during the case.

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Speaker(s): Sharon Griswold, MD, MPH, CHSE; Sharon Calaman; Amanda V Crichlow, MD; Varsha Goswami, MD; Roberta L Hales, MHA, RRT-NPS, RN, CHSE; AnneMarie Monachino; Jessica R Parsons, MD; Srikala Ponnuru, MD

Simulation based learning (SBL) activities require significant resources as compared to traditional methodologies. As the number of learners in SBL experiences increases, engaging observing participants can be difficult. This course will discuss The ALERT model, which is an effective strategy to enhance active learning and learner centered debriefing for larger size groups by engaging the observing participants during the case.

1500 - 1630
Using Simulation to Explore Resilience and Safety II
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Resilience engineering (RE) is a safety science that is underexplored in healthcare. An expert panel will present key concepts of RE and how simulation may be used to explore and develop RE proactively. This standalone session will expand on last year’s panel and will attempt to discover with the participants how resilience can be supported with simulation. Discussion will include most recent concepts from the Resilient Health Care Network.

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Speaker(s): Mary D Patterson, MD, MEd; Ellen S Deutsch, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP, CPPS; Rollin (Terry) J Fairbanks, MD MS FACEP

Resilience engineering (RE) is a safety science that is underexplored in healthcare. An expert panel will present key concepts of RE and how simulation may be used to explore and develop RE proactively. This standalone session will expand on last year’s panel and will attempt to discover with the participants how resilience can be supported with simulation. Discussion will include most recent concepts from the Resilient Health Care Network.

1500 - 1630
Facility Design Considerations
Type: Workshop | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

This intensive, interactive course focuses on the core concepts of simulation center facility design and how form must follow function. Participants will be expected to develop a design team and work through the phases of simulation facility design, including the development of a space program, detailing room types, quantity and size.

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Speaker(s): Bonnie J Driggers, RN, MS, MPA; Michael Seropian, MD, FRCPC

This intensive, interactive course focuses on the core concepts of simulation center facility design and how form must follow function. Participants will be expected to develop a design team and work through the phases of simulation facility design, including the development of a space program, detailing room types, quantity and size.

1500 - 1630
International Partnerships to Develop Faculty
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

This interactive workshop will describe the process of developing international partnerships between two different countries and cultures for development of simulation faculty. Successes in support of these types of international activities will be discussed and evaluated. Further, we will facilitate discussion and analysis of potential difficulties and barriers to globalization of faculty development efforts for healthcare providers.

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Speaker(s): Jen-chieh Wu, MD; Thomas Che-Wei Lin, MD; John Marc O'Donnell, RN, MSN, CRNA, DrPH; Paul E Phrampus, MD; Mike Te-Ming Tseng; Heng-Hsin Tung, PhD

This interactive workshop will describe the process of developing international partnerships between two different countries and cultures for development of simulation faculty. Successes in support of these types of international activities will be discussed and evaluated. Further, we will facilitate discussion and analysis of potential difficulties and barriers to globalization of faculty development efforts for healthcare providers.

1500 - 1630
Future Strategic Initiatives in Simulation: A Pro-Con Debate
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

We respectfully issue a challenge to the simulation community. As a professional organization we suggest that our Society must rapidly and decidedly begin to mature. From governance to education - with an eye on the decade ahead - is it enough to “advance the application of simulation in healthcare through global engagement” as our mission statement suggests? What does that mean and does our Strategic Plan truly prepare us for the future?

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Speaker(s): Rob R Morgan, Jr, MD, MBA; John J Schaefer III, MD

We respectfully issue a challenge to the simulation community. As a professional organization we suggest that our Society must rapidly and decidedly begin to mature. From governance to education - with an eye on the decade ahead - is it enough to “advance the application of simulation in healthcare through global engagement” as our mission statement suggests? What does that mean and does our Strategic Plan truly prepare us for the future?

1500 - 1630
Safety Dance: Champion Patient Safety Initiatives
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Healthcare simulation can be a powerful laboratory to assess systems for safety. Beginning a simulation-inclusive safety program can be daunting, but simulationists can leverage their skill set to succeed. Participants will work with a panel of simulation and patient safety experts to put the tenets of change management into actionable plans including in-situ simulation, latent safety threat detection, and staff assessment.

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Speaker(s): Beth Emerson, MD; Marc Auerbach, MD, MSci, FAAP; Maureen Gang, MD; Silas W. Smith, MD; Ambrose H Wong, MD, MS-HPEd

Healthcare simulation can be a powerful laboratory to assess systems for safety. Beginning a simulation-inclusive safety program can be daunting, but simulationists can leverage their skill set to succeed. Participants will work with a panel of simulation and patient safety experts to put the tenets of change management into actionable plans including in-situ simulation, latent safety threat detection, and staff assessment.

1500 - 1630
Transition to Practice
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Nursing Education

This workshop will highlight the known areas of patient care risks in the transition of novice nurses into the professional nursing practice. Through the use of simulation and debriefing, we will assist participants to target performance gaps in the areas of clinical knowledge and clinical reasoning. Participants will explore how to guide learning to enhance clinical reasoning skills at the beside using best practice debriefing techniques.

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Speaker(s): Susan Gross Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A; Molly Kellgren, RN, MSN, CNE, CHSE

This workshop will highlight the known areas of patient care risks in the transition of novice nurses into the professional nursing practice. Through the use of simulation and debriefing, we will assist participants to target performance gaps in the areas of clinical knowledge and clinical reasoning. Participants will explore how to guide learning to enhance clinical reasoning skills at the beside using best practice debriefing techniques.

1500 - 1630
Giving Feedback on Feedback
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Reflective feedback conversations can stimulate higher levels of thinking, contribute to deeper learning, and impact future performance in both receivers and givers of feedback. However, opportunities for developing, refining and evaluating such skills are few. This workshop will engage participants in deliberate practice of learning how to give feedback on feedback; and discuss techniques for evaluating the quality of such feedback.

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Speaker(s): Roxane Gardner, MD, MPH, DSc; Ignacio Del Moral, MD, PhD; Mary Fey, PhD, RN, CHSE; Kate Morse, PhD, ARNP-BC, CRNP, CCRN, CNE; Rachel Onello, PhD, RN, CHSE, CNE, CNL; Janice C Palaganas, PhD, RN, NP, ANEF; Dan Raemer, PhD; Laura Rock, MD; Jenny W Rudolph, PhD; Robert Simon, EdD

Reflective feedback conversations can stimulate higher levels of thinking, contribute to deeper learning, and impact future performance in both receivers and givers of feedback. However, opportunities for developing, refining and evaluating such skills are few. This workshop will engage participants in deliberate practice of learning how to give feedback on feedback; and discuss techniques for evaluating the quality of such feedback.

1500 - 1630
Cracking the code: How to prove the worth of simulation to the "C" suite (#29412)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

Participants will learn to build a business case for simulation by performing a needs assessment while focusing on return on investment (ROI). Participants will learn about an ROI methodology that incorporates seven steps: Access, Cost, Reaction, Learning, Application and Implementation, Impact, and ROI. Implementation Science and Kotter’s change theory, along with outcome data and its economic impact will be discussed.

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Speaker(s): Jeffrey Barsuk, MD, MS; Doug Beighle; Yieshan Melissa Chan, MD; Sharon Griswold, MD, MPH, CHSE

Participants will learn to build a business case for simulation by performing a needs assessment while focusing on return on investment (ROI). Participants will learn about an ROI methodology that incorporates seven steps: Access, Cost, Reaction, Learning, Application and Implementation, Impact, and ROI. Implementation Science and Kotter’s change theory, along with outcome data and its economic impact will be discussed.

1500 - 1630
Credentialing Paramedics Using Simulation: Lessons Learned (#29538)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

This presentation details the speakers experience of using a simulation based educational methodology to credential paramedics on rapid sequence intubation (RSI).  By utilizing simulation, medical directors were able to distinguish between those who simply understood the basics of RSI, with those who were able to apply the practical and cognitive skills necessary to perform this invasive procedure.

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Speaker(s): Anthony S Guerne, MS, NRP, CHSE

This presentation details the speakers experience of using a simulation based educational methodology to credential paramedics on rapid sequence intubation (RSI).  By utilizing simulation, medical directors were able to distinguish between those who simply understood the basics of RSI, with those who were able to apply the practical and cognitive skills necessary to perform this invasive procedure.

1500 - 1630
Learner Deception: What’s More Important Protection or Realism?
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Anesthesia

Learner deception has emerged as a controversial topic. Many think it’s important to disclose deception that will occur. Some fear that intentionally deceiving the learner may damage the teacher/leaner bond and ultimately the psyche of the learner. Others believe deception is a necessary tool and disclosing the deception up front, undermines the entire simulation. In this course, we will debate the pros and cons of deception in simulation.

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Speaker(s): Adam I. Levine, MD; Jennifer L Arnold, MD, MSc; Sam DeMaria, MD; Daniel Lemke, MD; Dan Raemer, PhD

Learner deception has emerged as a controversial topic. Many think it’s important to disclose deception that will occur. Some fear that intentionally deceiving the learner may damage the teacher/leaner bond and ultimately the psyche of the learner. Others believe deception is a necessary tool and disclosing the deception up front, undermines the entire simulation. In this course, we will debate the pros and cons of deception in simulation.

1500 - 1630
INACSL Presents: How to Operationalize the Revised INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation 2016
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Nursing Education

The INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM 2016 is a living document and each standard has been revised to reflect the evidence and science of simulation. This presentation will explore the new Standards and strategies for operationalizing them. It will also be an interactive session that will spark audience members to consider strategies for implementing the Standards in their institution.

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Speaker(s): Teresa N Gore, PhD, DNP, FNP-BC, NP-C, CHSE-A; Laura Gonzalez, PhD, ARNP, CNE, CHSE; Kristina Thomas Dreifuerst, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF

The INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM 2016 is a living document and each standard has been revised to reflect the evidence and science of simulation. This presentation will explore the new Standards and strategies for operationalizing them. It will also be an interactive session that will spark audience members to consider strategies for implementing the Standards in their institution.

1500 - 1630
The Missing Piece: The Need for Black Boxes in Healthcare (#25615)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Did you know the use of cameras in one hospital forced hand washing compliance rates to improve from 6% to 82% by medical staff? Big Brother is coming to healthcare with a dramatic affect on the use of simulation. Hosted by SimGHOSTS Founder and Executive Director Lance Baily, this course will demonstrate why recording systems, like the black box in aviation, are a necessary next step in the expanded of healthcare simulation technologies.

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Speaker(s): Lance Baily

Did you know the use of cameras in one hospital forced hand washing compliance rates to improve from 6% to 82% by medical staff? Big Brother is coming to healthcare with a dramatic affect on the use of simulation. Hosted by SimGHOSTS Founder and Executive Director Lance Baily, this course will demonstrate why recording systems, like the black box in aviation, are a necessary next step in the expanded of healthcare simulation technologies.

1500 - 1630
Death and Dying Sims: I Never Know What to Say
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Pediatrics

Health care professionals are challenged with communicating difficult information to patients; many providers feel unprepared to deliver this news. This workshop will present simulation as an avenue for enhancing critical conversation skills of interdisciplinary team members in end of life situations. Attendees will co-create a critical conversation simulation framework to bring back to their own institutions.

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Speaker(s): Heidi Goeppinger Greening, DO; Vinod Havalad, MD

Health care professionals are challenged with communicating difficult information to patients; many providers feel unprepared to deliver this news. This workshop will present simulation as an avenue for enhancing critical conversation skills of interdisciplinary team members in end of life situations. Attendees will co-create a critical conversation simulation framework to bring back to their own institutions.

1500 - 1630
Peer Coaching to Improve Debriefing Skills
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Many simulation educators lack longitudinal opportunities to maintain and enhance their debriefing skills. In this workshop, we describe a framework for peer coaching as a strategy to improve debriefing skills. Attendees will have the opportunity to utilize a peer coaching debriefing checklist designed to facilitate effective feedback on debriefing performance.

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Speaker(s): Adam Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FAAP; Wendy E Bissett, RN, CNE; Gavin Burgess; Helen Catena, RN; Jonathan Duff, MD; Walter Eppich, MD, MEd; Tobias Everett, MBChB FRCA; Vincent Grant, MD, FRCPC; James Lewis Huffman, BSc, MD, FRCPC; Michaela Kolbe, PhD; Traci Robinson, RN; Stuart C Rose; Demian Szyld, MD, EdM

Many simulation educators lack longitudinal opportunities to maintain and enhance their debriefing skills. In this workshop, we describe a framework for peer coaching as a strategy to improve debriefing skills. Attendees will have the opportunity to utilize a peer coaching debriefing checklist designed to facilitate effective feedback on debriefing performance.

1500 - 1630
Keeping it Real—Using Sim Techs with Medical Backgrounds in SP Interprofessional Cases (#24703)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

Participants will discover the benefits of using Sim Techs trained as Standardized Colleagues to portray medical professionals and/or peers in scenarios designed to assess Interprofessional communication skills in learners.

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Speaker(s): Jim Cunningham; Robert Kiser, BA; Lynda L Shadrake

Participants will discover the benefits of using Sim Techs trained as Standardized Colleagues to portray medical professionals and/or peers in scenarios designed to assess Interprofessional communication skills in learners.

1500 - 1630
The State of Simulation in EMS (#29635)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

This interactive panel discussion will offer a “State of the Union” update on EMS Simulation practices and highlight creative uses for simulation that far exceed 9-1-1 education scenarios or summative assessment. We will discuss curriculum trends, credentialing uses, students selection process, affective domain and behavior evaluation and the various barriers effecting EMS education.

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Speaker(s): Jennifer McCarthy, MAS, NRP, MICP, CHSE; Anthony S Guerne, MS, NRP, CHSE; Seth Jones; Timothy Whitaker, BS, CHSE, CHSOS, EMT-P, CMTE

This interactive panel discussion will offer a “State of the Union” update on EMS Simulation practices and highlight creative uses for simulation that far exceed 9-1-1 education scenarios or summative assessment. We will discuss curriculum trends, credentialing uses, students selection process, affective domain and behavior evaluation and the various barriers effecting EMS education.

1500 - 1630
Make Your Research Count: Practical Trials
Type: Workshop | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Obstetrics & Gynecology

Research in simulation-based medical education generally has limited impact on clinical practice. To close the gap between theory and practice, we introduce the concept of practical trials in simulation-based medical education. Practical trials aim at answering questions of relevance to decision-makers and make use of broad selection criteria, real-life settings and multiple outcome measures including evidence of simulation cost-effectiveness.

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Speaker(s): Martin G Tolsgaard, MD, PhD; Kulamakan Mahan Kulasegaram, Ph.D

Research in simulation-based medical education generally has limited impact on clinical practice. To close the gap between theory and practice, we introduce the concept of practical trials in simulation-based medical education. Practical trials aim at answering questions of relevance to decision-makers and make use of broad selection criteria, real-life settings and multiple outcome measures including evidence of simulation cost-effectiveness.

1500 - 1630
Power Up! Re-energize the Bedside Nurse
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Nursing Education

The ED Power Up! is a collaborative, evidence based initiative that is embedded in an eight hour, immersive class & is a catalyst to reenergize the bedside nurse. The program augments the knowledge and skills of the ED nurse, the nurse who is transitioning to the ED and all of those in between. This session is for anyone with a goal to educate others through simulation and other creative modalities by making the learner an active participant.

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Speaker(s): Patricia A Dlouhy, MSN/Ed., RN, CEN; Lora M. Laszlo, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN; Maria Roznik, BSN, RN, CEN; Emily Zachman, BSN, RN

The ED Power Up! is a collaborative, evidence based initiative that is embedded in an eight hour, immersive class & is a catalyst to reenergize the bedside nurse. The program augments the knowledge and skills of the ED nurse, the nurse who is transitioning to the ED and all of those in between. This session is for anyone with a goal to educate others through simulation and other creative modalities by making the learner an active participant.

1500 - 1630
Leading Through Storytelling (#27059)
Type: Workshop | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Directors of Sim Centers

Storytelling is an ancient art form; it can be harness by leaders to inspire. In this workshop, the attendees will learn techniques to help them tell powerful and engaging stories to enhance their professional lives. This workshop is lead by Laura Mansfield, an IMSH 2017 plenary speaker who is an award-winning documentary film producer. The journey will begin with an introduction on the power of “why” in discovering one’s own authentic story.

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Speaker(s): Yieshan Melissa Chan, MD; Laura Mansfield

Storytelling is an ancient art form; it can be harness by leaders to inspire. In this workshop, the attendees will learn techniques to help them tell powerful and engaging stories to enhance their professional lives. This workshop is lead by Laura Mansfield, an IMSH 2017 plenary speaker who is an award-winning documentary film producer. The journey will begin with an introduction on the power of “why” in discovering one’s own authentic story.

1500 - 1630
Classroom Simulation: From Ideas to Execution
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

Those who participate in this course are interested in exploring and sharing ideas about planning and implementing simulation in the classroom. They will discuss benefits and challenges of using simulation methodology in varied classroom settings. In small groups, participants will develop a simulation for classroom use. Ideally, this group will continue to share their experiences and successes beyond IMSH 2017.

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Speaker(s): Laura L Nicholson, EdD; RAYA GAL, R.N , B.N, M.A; Tara McCulloch, RN, BScN MA(Ed)

Those who participate in this course are interested in exploring and sharing ideas about planning and implementing simulation in the classroom. They will discuss benefits and challenges of using simulation methodology in varied classroom settings. In small groups, participants will develop a simulation for classroom use. Ideally, this group will continue to share their experiences and successes beyond IMSH 2017.

1500 - 1630
DIY Creation of Sonographic Low-Cost Models
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Synthetic gel offers the exciting opportunity to create low cost reusable alternatives for some higher cost models within the simulation setting. Join us in a hands-on session where we will go through the process of working with a reusable moldable gel. You will learn the basics to succeed when using this material, brainstorm ideas, and walk away with a synthetic gel task trainer that can visualized under ultrasound.

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Speaker(s): Stephen Hurst; Jessica Preston, B.S.

Synthetic gel offers the exciting opportunity to create low cost reusable alternatives for some higher cost models within the simulation setting. Join us in a hands-on session where we will go through the process of working with a reusable moldable gel. You will learn the basics to succeed when using this material, brainstorm ideas, and walk away with a synthetic gel task trainer that can visualized under ultrasound.

1500 - 1630
Medical Students: A Skilled Workforce for your Simulation Centre (#24458)
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Medical students facilitates a great part of the training programs and scientific activities at our simulation centre. Working with medical students is cost-effective and provides flexibility. We will share our experiences with others who work with education and simulation. We will provide examples on how we use medical students, followed by group work in which participants will discuss the potential use of students in their own facilities.

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Speaker(s): Diana Haunstrup Bregner Overgaard, DHBO, BSc; Peter Hertz, MD; Mads Emil Jacobsen, BSc; Lars Konge, MD, PhD; Stine Maya Dreier Soerensen, BSc; Ebbe Thinggaard, MD

Medical students facilitates a great part of the training programs and scientific activities at our simulation centre. Working with medical students is cost-effective and provides flexibility. We will share our experiences with others who work with education and simulation. We will provide examples on how we use medical students, followed by group work in which participants will discuss the potential use of students in their own facilities.

1500 - 1630
Influence and Social Norms in Healthcare and Medical Education
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

One type of team dynamic in multidisciplinary settings is the influence of social norms, whereby an individual changes own behavior to match the responses of others. The course will enable participants to develop skills to teach learners how to professionally manage the influence of social norms and apply scenario design tips where learners are pressured to change their behavior in addition to debriefing strategies during simulation exercises.

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Speaker(s): Ghazwan Altabbaa, MD, MSc CHSE FRCPC; Alyshah Kaba, PhD; Jamie Lawrence; Laura Pratt, RN, BN

One type of team dynamic in multidisciplinary settings is the influence of social norms, whereby an individual changes own behavior to match the responses of others. The course will enable participants to develop skills to teach learners how to professionally manage the influence of social norms and apply scenario design tips where learners are pressured to change their behavior in addition to debriefing strategies during simulation exercises.

1500 - 1630
Moulage: Going Beyond Make-up, Achieving Realism Through Sensory Perception. (#24769)
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Serious Games & Virtual Environments

Minimal instructional design exists to guide the effective application of moulage to achieve learning outcomes. This workshop will explore innovation in moulage, and will explain its integration into simulation programs. Instructors will go beyond traditional techniques, and will demonstrate how to create an ultra-realistic, multi-sensorial experience. Participants will apply moulage design to the development of a mass casualty simulation.

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Speaker(s): Crystal Waters; Dale Berg; Katherine Berg; Samuel Duncan; Ron Hall, MD; Edward Jasper, MD; Dimitrios Papanagnou, MD, MPH; Nicole Yodice, EMT

Minimal instructional design exists to guide the effective application of moulage to achieve learning outcomes. This workshop will explore innovation in moulage, and will explain its integration into simulation programs. Instructors will go beyond traditional techniques, and will demonstrate how to create an ultra-realistic, multi-sensorial experience. Participants will apply moulage design to the development of a mass casualty simulation.

1500 - 1630
Develop an Interprofessional Faculty Development Series
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Medical Education

The success of simulation education is highly dependent on faculty and educators. This session will focus on the development and implementation of an interprofessional faculty development series in simulation education. Through identifying key partners, faculty needs and deliverables, simulation centers can successfully create learning opportunities to improve quality and sustainability in simulation education.

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Speaker(s): Dylan Cooper, MD; Bobbi J Byrne; Jennifer Dwyer, MSN, RN BC, CHSE, FNP; Greg E Hasty, CHSE; Julie Poore, RN, DNP, CHSE; Evelyn Stephenson, DNP, RNC-NIC, NNP-BC, CHSE; Joseph Turner, MD

The success of simulation education is highly dependent on faculty and educators. This session will focus on the development and implementation of an interprofessional faculty development series in simulation education. Through identifying key partners, faculty needs and deliverables, simulation centers can successfully create learning opportunities to improve quality and sustainability in simulation education.

1500 - 1630
Put Me In Coach! Coaching Workshop for Facilitators
Type: Workshop | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Coaches are an essential yet underemphasized component of the practice of simulation. Too often we focus on the development of faculty and curricula from an andragogical standpoint, yet fail to cultivate coaches as a critical element of adult learning. This faculty development workshop was created to provide an introduction to basic coaching principles.

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Speaker(s): Megan Sherman; Ross Ehrmantraut, RN; Farrah Leland, JD

Coaches are an essential yet underemphasized component of the practice of simulation. Too often we focus on the development of faculty and curricula from an andragogical standpoint, yet fail to cultivate coaches as a critical element of adult learning. This faculty development workshop was created to provide an introduction to basic coaching principles.

1500 - 1630
Moulage Techniques and Applications: Fake it for Real
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

This course will provide some easy, low cost examples of how you can use readily available items to create moulage that can be used over and over again. Participants will be involved in hands on activities to create moulage pieces and learn how to apply them. A Q&A session will conclude the workshop, giving participants an opportunity to discuss the methods learned and other methods currently being used at their institution.

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Speaker(s): Ronald Ulrich, BA, EMT, CHSE, CHSOS; Andrew Joseph Drozd, AS, EMT; Joseph Lalor, BS; John Perrone, BS, EMT; Lori Persico, RN, MS PhD (c)

This course will provide some easy, low cost examples of how you can use readily available items to create moulage that can be used over and over again. Participants will be involved in hands on activities to create moulage pieces and learn how to apply them. A Q&A session will conclude the workshop, giving participants an opportunity to discuss the methods learned and other methods currently being used at their institution.

1500 - 1630
Multi-patient Simulation: Master the Juggling Act
Type: Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Multi-patient simulations provide an opportunity to assess a wide range of interprofessional skills including clinical decision making, triage, teamwork, and communication. In this interactive workshop, participants will receive practical instruction in multi-patient simulation design and utilization as well as how to integrate multi-patient simulations into an existing simulation curriculum with a focus on interprofessional education.

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Speaker(s): Carol Lynn O'Dea, MD; Marc Auerbach, MD, MSci, FAAP; Michelle R Brown, MS, MLS(ASCP), SBB; Mark X. Cicero, MD; Heather French, MD; Roberta L Hales, MHA, RRT-NPS, RN, CHSE; Frank Overly, MD, FAAP

Multi-patient simulations provide an opportunity to assess a wide range of interprofessional skills including clinical decision making, triage, teamwork, and communication. In this interactive workshop, participants will receive practical instruction in multi-patient simulation design and utilization as well as how to integrate multi-patient simulations into an existing simulation curriculum with a focus on interprofessional education.

1500 - 1630
Unconscious Biases and the Silent Curriculum: A Healthcare Culture of Humility
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Medical Education

This workshop will provide the audience with tools and strategies to implement curriculum addressing sensitive conversations at their respective work places and a framework to lead discussions about cultural humility and self-awareness. The audience will utilize adult learning theories by reflecting on their own personal stories about stereotypes in an interactive activity that categorizes stereotypes and common themes.

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Speaker(s): Michele Beekman, MD; Toufic S Khairallah, APN, FNP-BC, PCCN, CHSE

This workshop will provide the audience with tools and strategies to implement curriculum addressing sensitive conversations at their respective work places and a framework to lead discussions about cultural humility and self-awareness. The audience will utilize adult learning theories by reflecting on their own personal stories about stereotypes in an interactive activity that categorizes stereotypes and common themes.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

830 - 1000
Advanced Curriculum Development: Developing a Mastery Learning Curriculum
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

The development of curriculum grounded in mastery learning ensures all healthcare providers can deliver a high level of patient care. In this workshop we describe how to apply the seven features of mastery learning to the classical Kern six-step model for healthcare provider curriculum development to develop mastery learning curricula. Participants will work through specific steps of curriculum development for mastery learning.

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Speaker(s): David Salzman, MD, MEd; Jeffrey Barsuk, MD, MS; Walter Eppich, MD, MEd; William C McGaghie, PhD

The development of curriculum grounded in mastery learning ensures all healthcare providers can deliver a high level of patient care. In this workshop we describe how to apply the seven features of mastery learning to the classical Kern six-step model for healthcare provider curriculum development to develop mastery learning curricula. Participants will work through specific steps of curriculum development for mastery learning.

830 - 1000
Navigating a Career in Simulation
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Are you new to healthcare simulation? Are you trying to navigate a meaningful and intellectually stimulating simulation career? The formal training programs affinity group has organized a panel of simulation experts to provide information on the current and emerging trends in developing a meaningful and productive career in medical simulation. Come armed with your questions for the panelists on how to “make” it in simulation!

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Speaker(s): Michelle Marie McLean, MD; Sidhant Nagrani, MD; Ambrose H Wong, MD, MS-HPEd; Sara M Hock, MD; Roxane Gardner, MD, MPH, DSc; Sharon Griswold, MD, MPH, CHSE; Mary E. Holtschneider, RN-BC, BSN, MEd, MPA, NREMT-P, CPLP; Deborah D Navedo, PhD, CPNP, FNAP; Demian Szyld, MD, EdM

Are you new to healthcare simulation? Are you trying to navigate a meaningful and intellectually stimulating simulation career? The formal training programs affinity group has organized a panel of simulation experts to provide information on the current and emerging trends in developing a meaningful and productive career in medical simulation. Come armed with your questions for the panelists on how to “make” it in simulation!

830 - 1000
Overcome Obstacles in IPE In-situ Programming
Type: Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Perioperative Medicine

This session, from the Perioperative Special Interest Group, continues to mitigate the challenges in developing, facilitating, and sustaining meaningful interprofessional education (IPE) in-situ simulation programs. Learners will develop specific strategies to overcome the most common, high-impact obstacles during IPE training particularly within the in-situ environment using facilitated, interactive small and large group discussions.

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Speaker(s): Roxane Gardner, MD, MPH, DSc; David Young; Komal Bajaj, MD, CHSE; John Darby, Associate Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology; Gladys L. Fernandez, MD; Anita Honkanen, MD, MS, FAAP; Colleen A Lee, RN, MS; Vincent J Miller; Jutta Novalija, MD, PhD, CHSE; John Paige, MD, FACS; Jason Seery, MD, FACS; Muhammad Waseem

This session, from the Perioperative Special Interest Group, continues to mitigate the challenges in developing, facilitating, and sustaining meaningful interprofessional education (IPE) in-situ simulation programs. Learners will develop specific strategies to overcome the most common, high-impact obstacles during IPE training particularly within the in-situ environment using facilitated, interactive small and large group discussions.

830 - 1000
Help Learners Succeed: A Strategy to Identify Instructional Gaps
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Understanding learner performance requires more than identifying learning gaps; as educators we must consider how our instructional design can be improved to better meet the needs of our learners. We offer a systematic approach to identifying instructional gaps in simulation-based education. This course has been offered at IMSH with excellent learner evaluation of the course content, presentation and educational strategy.

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Speaker(s): Michael Seropian, MD, FRCPC; Paula Gubrud-Howe; Mary D Patterson, MD, MEd

Understanding learner performance requires more than identifying learning gaps; as educators we must consider how our instructional design can be improved to better meet the needs of our learners. We offer a systematic approach to identifying instructional gaps in simulation-based education. This course has been offered at IMSH with excellent learner evaluation of the course content, presentation and educational strategy.

830 - 1000
Analyze This! A Path to Qualitative Research
Type: Workshop | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

Qualitative method is a valuable tool for simulation researchers to develop theories, evaluate programs, validate interventions and assess performance. This workshop aims to guide researchers in designing and implementing qualitative research projects. An overview of qualitative design will be provided along with recommendations for developing research questions, sampling techniques, analyzing qualitative data and validating the results.

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Speaker(s): Nina Multak, PhD, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA; Chaoyan Dong, PhD; Jayne Smitten, PhD, MEd, RN, CHSE-A

Qualitative method is a valuable tool for simulation researchers to develop theories, evaluate programs, validate interventions and assess performance. This workshop aims to guide researchers in designing and implementing qualitative research projects. An overview of qualitative design will be provided along with recommendations for developing research questions, sampling techniques, analyzing qualitative data and validating the results.

830 - 1000
Transformative Teams
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

It is generally thought that team based simulation training will improve objective measures of teamwork as well as improve staff satisfaction. This expert panel will explore whether regular simulation exposures can improve teamwork at the unit level, and whether that improvement can be measured. The panel will also explore nuances to effective teamwork and communication that are not currently being addressed.

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Speaker(s): Komal Bajaj, MD, CHSE; David Gaba, MD; Cynthia Shum, DNP, MEd, RN,CHSE-A; Katie L Walker, MBA, RN

It is generally thought that team based simulation training will improve objective measures of teamwork as well as improve staff satisfaction. This expert panel will explore whether regular simulation exposures can improve teamwork at the unit level, and whether that improvement can be measured. The panel will also explore nuances to effective teamwork and communication that are not currently being addressed.

830 - 1000
Using Multi-rater Feedback and Gap Analysis to Assess Participant Self-appraisal and Generate Feedback During Simulated Crises
Type: Workshop | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Critical Care

Multi-rater assessment with gap analysis allows for comprehensive, multidisciplinary evaluation of team skills in the simulated environment, highlighting potential unrecognized strengths and weaknesses. This course discuss that by identifying these “blind spots” in self-perception, gap analysis enables course faculty to focus on these domains during formative feedback, enhancing trainee self-reflection and potentiating future learning.

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Speaker(s): Tensing Maa, MD; Aaron William Calhoun, MD; Megan Laniewicz, MD; Melissa Porter, MD; Mary Sandquist, MD

Multi-rater assessment with gap analysis allows for comprehensive, multidisciplinary evaluation of team skills in the simulated environment, highlighting potential unrecognized strengths and weaknesses. This course discuss that by identifying these “blind spots” in self-perception, gap analysis enables course faculty to focus on these domains during formative feedback, enhancing trainee self-reflection and potentiating future learning.

830 - 1000
Non-Standardized Patients: Applied Improv to Support Hi-Fidelity Learning
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

Deconstruct your standardized patient (SP) practice and train your SPs to act naturally and dynamically. Using applied improvisation and method acting techniques, your standardized patients will be uniquely positioned to react to anything that happens in the simulation, adaptively support learning goals, and conduct in-character debriefs. Workshop participants will learn a set of actionable skills to move their SP programs to the next level.

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Speaker(s): Amy Lannen

Deconstruct your standardized patient (SP) practice and train your SPs to act naturally and dynamically. Using applied improvisation and method acting techniques, your standardized patients will be uniquely positioned to react to anything that happens in the simulation, adaptively support learning goals, and conduct in-character debriefs. Workshop participants will learn a set of actionable skills to move their SP programs to the next level.

830 - 1000
Fellowships in Simulation: Future Directions
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Medical Education

Simulation fellowships vary tremendously in length, core content, and academic rigor. Currently, there is limited standardization of simulation fellowships, regardless of discipline. Participants will explore the current status of simulation fellowships and areas of future development with a panel of nationally renowned experts.

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Speaker(s): Michael Meguerdichian; Komal Bajaj, MD, CHSE; Haru Okuda, MD, FACEP; Dimitrios Papanagnou, MD, MPH; Katie L Walker, MBA, RN

Simulation fellowships vary tremendously in length, core content, and academic rigor. Currently, there is limited standardization of simulation fellowships, regardless of discipline. Participants will explore the current status of simulation fellowships and areas of future development with a panel of nationally renowned experts.

830 - 1000
Kinesthetic Procedural Skills: Strategies to Overcome Challenges in Teaching
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Whether it's delivering a baby or placing a central line, simulation educators are challenged with finding best practices to instruct visual-spatial/kinesthetic skills. They require a toolkit to help learners achieve procedural competency. In this workshop, frameworks and techniques to better teach these skills will be introduced and practiced, and case studies will be used to reinforce concepts learned.

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Speaker(s): Dimitrios Papanagnou, MD, MPH; Komal Bajaj, MD, CHSE; Shruti Chandra; Ron Hall, MD; Nur-Ain Nadir, MD; Gregory Wanner, DO

Whether it's delivering a baby or placing a central line, simulation educators are challenged with finding best practices to instruct visual-spatial/kinesthetic skills. They require a toolkit to help learners achieve procedural competency. In this workshop, frameworks and techniques to better teach these skills will be introduced and practiced, and case studies will be used to reinforce concepts learned.

830 - 1000
Scenario Creation Made Easy: A Step by Step Approach
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Medical Education

Scenario creation can be complicated and time consuming. In this interactive workshop, participants will get a chance to interact with a faculty member who would like to create a scenario. Participants will work with facilitators on creating a scenario from the beginning, review and discuss best practices for scenario creation and obtain an understanding of what tools are available to assist with the development of scenarios.

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Speaker(s): Thomas Dongilli, AT, CHSOS; Kevin Miracle, MBA, EMT-P, CHSOS; Jamie Stiner, CHSOS

Scenario creation can be complicated and time consuming. In this interactive workshop, participants will get a chance to interact with a faculty member who would like to create a scenario. Participants will work with facilitators on creating a scenario from the beginning, review and discuss best practices for scenario creation and obtain an understanding of what tools are available to assist with the development of scenarios.

830 - 1000
Leverage Your Simulation Center for Emergency Preparedness
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Training and education are essential components of any disaster plan. However, developing a simulation program to target the emergency preparedness needs of your institution can be challenging. This course will provide the participant with an array of skills leveraging their simulation program to develop and execute emergency preparedness training tailored to meet their institution’s unique needs.

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Speaker(s): Scott Goldberg; Mark X. Cicero, MD; Michael J Falk, MD; Arthur James French, III, MD, MS, FACEP, CHSE; Michael Redlener

Training and education are essential components of any disaster plan. However, developing a simulation program to target the emergency preparedness needs of your institution can be challenging. This course will provide the participant with an array of skills leveraging their simulation program to develop and execute emergency preparedness training tailored to meet their institution’s unique needs.

830 - 1000
Simulation in Healthcare Workshop for Authors
Type: Workshop | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

This workshop will provide participants with suggestions for writing better manuscripts by the editors of the society’s journal. It is aimed at current and potential authors and is open to all professions and specialties (physicians, nurses, engineers, psychologists, educators, simulation technicians, etc.)

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Speaker(s): Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD, FACS; Jeffrey B Cooper, PhD; David Gaba, MD; Rose Hatala, MD, MSc; Elaine C Meyer, PhD, RN; Mark W Scerbo, PhD; Elizabeth Sinz, MD MEd FCCM; Rachel Yudkowsky, MD, MHPE

This workshop will provide participants with suggestions for writing better manuscripts by the editors of the society’s journal. It is aimed at current and potential authors and is open to all professions and specialties (physicians, nurses, engineers, psychologists, educators, simulation technicians, etc.)

830 - 1000
Bring Non-technical Skills to Life by Re-enacting Historical Expeditions
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

In this workshop we combine storytelling and the re-enactment of the 1996 Mount Everest expedition to allow particpants to reflect on the role-of non-technical skills (NTS) in such an expedition. Participants will apply their reflections to clinical work and simulation-based teaching. By taking the NTS principles out of the healthcare context we aim to support the acquisition of the concepts underlying the NTS terms.

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Speaker(s): Peter Dieckmann, PhD, Dipl.-Psych.; Juan Manuel Fraga, MD, MA, DHlthSc; Anne-Mette Helsoe, RN; Steven Howard, MD; Ralf Krage; Sigrun Anna Qvindesland, RN

In this workshop we combine storytelling and the re-enactment of the 1996 Mount Everest expedition to allow particpants to reflect on the role-of non-technical skills (NTS) in such an expedition. Participants will apply their reflections to clinical work and simulation-based teaching. By taking the NTS principles out of the healthcare context we aim to support the acquisition of the concepts underlying the NTS terms.

830 - 1000
Leverage Your Emotional Intelligence to Lead and Succeed!
Type: Workshop | Track: Leadership | Interest Group: Medical Education

Emotional intelligence (EI) is defined as the ability to monitor one’s emotions, understand different emotion and leverage emotional information to drive thinking and behavior. In this course, learners will explore the topic of EI in an interactive forum. This session is designed to teach learners how to apply EI skills to interpersonal relationships in a leadership context to improve leadership skills.

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Speaker(s): Torin Shear, MD; Pamela Aitchison, RN; Jared Novack, MD, FACEP; Peggy Ochoa, MS, BSN, RNC-OB; Ernest Wang, MD

Emotional intelligence (EI) is defined as the ability to monitor one’s emotions, understand different emotion and leverage emotional information to drive thinking and behavior. In this course, learners will explore the topic of EI in an interactive forum. This session is designed to teach learners how to apply EI skills to interpersonal relationships in a leadership context to improve leadership skills.

830 - 1000
Standardized Patient On-Boarding and Training
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

This is a two part course in which the OHSU Standardized Patient Program presents our process for hiring and developing an effective Standardized Patient team and ensure Best Practices for our students. Part I is a Panel Discussion exploring our step by step SP hiring process. Part II is an interactive Workshop where participants engage in exercises which develop skills in effective patient depiction and providing feedback.

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Speaker(s): Christopher Karczmar, MA, PGD, ASPE Member; Gertrude Chatelain

This is a two part course in which the OHSU Standardized Patient Program presents our process for hiring and developing an effective Standardized Patient team and ensure Best Practices for our students. Part I is a Panel Discussion exploring our step by step SP hiring process. Part II is an interactive Workshop where participants engage in exercises which develop skills in effective patient depiction and providing feedback.

830 - 1000
Immediate, Non threatening, Facilitated Feedback and Opportunity (INFO): Clinical Debriefing
Type: Workshop | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Emergency Medicine

The course introduces attendees to the concept of INFO post resuscitation debriefing. INFO or Immediate, Non threatening, Facilitated feedback and Opportunity to ask questions is a debriefing process that is used in clinical practice.The workshop describes the process of implementing INFO into the ER and provides attendees the opportunity to practice an INFO debriefing session while receiving coaching and feedback from expert faculty.

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Speaker(s): Stuart C Rose; Ghazwan Altabbaa, MD, MSc CHSE FRCPC; Gavin Burgess; Vincent Grant, MD, FRCPC; Laurie Leckie, RN; Gord McNeil; Traci Robinson, RN

The course introduces attendees to the concept of INFO post resuscitation debriefing. INFO or Immediate, Non threatening, Facilitated feedback and Opportunity to ask questions is a debriefing process that is used in clinical practice.The workshop describes the process of implementing INFO into the ER and provides attendees the opportunity to practice an INFO debriefing session while receiving coaching and feedback from expert faculty.

830 - 1000
Diversity in Simulation Modalities: Where Do Standardized Patients Fit? (#24659)
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

This course, designed by the Standardized Patient SIG, is for healthcare educators & provides foundational knowledge in choosing the appropriate simulation modality best suited to curriculum objectives. Participants will gain knowledge about various simulation modalities and experience the standardized patient form of high fidelity simulation in order to gain knowledge of the benefits of utilizing standardized patients in their curriculum.

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Speaker(s): Denise M Souder, RN, EdD; Carrie A Bohnert, MPA; Valerie L Fulmer; Dena Higbee, M.S., CHSE; Win May; Jennie Struijk, MEd, CHSE

This course, designed by the Standardized Patient SIG, is for healthcare educators & provides foundational knowledge in choosing the appropriate simulation modality best suited to curriculum objectives. Participants will gain knowledge about various simulation modalities and experience the standardized patient form of high fidelity simulation in order to gain knowledge of the benefits of utilizing standardized patients in their curriculum.

830 - 1000
Design Pediatric Patient Scenarios in Virtual Reality
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Pediatrics

Simulated patient training is an effective and widely used educational approach, though legal barriers prevent its use in pediatrics. By using avatars in place of real children, Mursion’s platform enables medical educators to design customized simulated patient scenarios for pediatrics in VR. In this hands-on workshop, participants will design a pediatrics scenario using Mursion’s simulation design template and field test this prototype in VR.

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Speaker(s): Brentt Campbell Brown, MPP; Scott Compton, PhD; Arjun Nagendran, PhD

Simulated patient training is an effective and widely used educational approach, though legal barriers prevent its use in pediatrics. By using avatars in place of real children, Mursion’s platform enables medical educators to design customized simulated patient scenarios for pediatrics in VR. In this hands-on workshop, participants will design a pediatrics scenario using Mursion’s simulation design template and field test this prototype in VR.

830 - 1000
Man(nequin) VS. Computer: A Lively Debate!
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Medical Education

Mannequin-based simulation is the "gold standard" for experiential learning. Screen-based simulation, due to its inherent limitations, has not become fully embraced by the simulation community or industry. This lively debate will elucidate the strengths and weakness of the two predominate simulation technologies and investigate the literature to prepare the attendees with a arsenal of data to best select the correct tool for the job.

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Speaker(s): Adam I. Levine, MD; Sam DeMaria, MD; Samsun Lampotang; Ronald Stuart Levy, MD; Rebecca D Minehart, MD

Mannequin-based simulation is the "gold standard" for experiential learning. Screen-based simulation, due to its inherent limitations, has not become fully embraced by the simulation community or industry. This lively debate will elucidate the strengths and weakness of the two predominate simulation technologies and investigate the literature to prepare the attendees with a arsenal of data to best select the correct tool for the job.

830 - 1000
Development of Professional Communication using Motivational Interviewing Skills
Type: Workshop | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

Helping your students learn to express empathy in brief, challenging simulation encounters is among the most efficient and effective way to enhance their ability to engage with patients for positive and sustainable health outcomes. This fast-paced and highly interactive session will introduce participants to Motivational Interviewing (MI) content, exercises and activities to improve student expression of empathy in the simulation environment.

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Speaker(s): Sandy Swoboda, RN MS FCCM; Ali Hall, JD; Pamela R Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF; Maggie Neal, PhD

Helping your students learn to express empathy in brief, challenging simulation encounters is among the most efficient and effective way to enhance their ability to engage with patients for positive and sustainable health outcomes. This fast-paced and highly interactive session will introduce participants to Motivational Interviewing (MI) content, exercises and activities to improve student expression of empathy in the simulation environment.

830 - 1000
Procedural Teaching: Beyond ... "See One", "Do One"
Type: Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Critical Care

This course will discuss two motor learning theories: "Deliberate Practice" and "Chanllenge Point Framework". We will also present and discusses a model of simulation curricula for technical skills based on the above theories so that simulation promotes achievement of expertise and transfer of skills from simulation to practice and therefore promote patients safety.

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Speaker(s): Briseida Mema, FRCPSC, MHPE (C); Michael-Alice Moga, MD

This course will discuss two motor learning theories: "Deliberate Practice" and "Chanllenge Point Framework". We will also present and discusses a model of simulation curricula for technical skills based on the above theories so that simulation promotes achievement of expertise and transfer of skills from simulation to practice and therefore promote patients safety.

830 - 1000
Consulting the Oracles: What to Teach? (#25705)
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

Great efforts are being spent ensuring the best methods for training. However, when defining content for these endeavors an “in my hands” mentality often prevails. This should be replaced with an evidence-based approach. The basic practices of the Delphi method, semi-structured interviews and a combination, will be presented.

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Speaker(s): Jacob Melchiors, MD; Kirsten Gjeraa, MD; Karn Fjørtoft Kjerstad

Great efforts are being spent ensuring the best methods for training. However, when defining content for these endeavors an “in my hands” mentality often prevails. This should be replaced with an evidence-based approach. The basic practices of the Delphi method, semi-structured interviews and a combination, will be presented.

830 - 1000
Educational Error Analysis: A structured analytic approach
Type: Workshop | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

Simulation Education developers create learning activities based on theory, instructional design principles, and program specific factors. Failure of educational activities to meet expectations and/or educational goals offers an opportunity to uncover “Lessons Learned” from “Educational Errors”. This workshop presents a systematic approach to educational error analysis, analogous to FMEA or RCA clinical error analysis using a case-based format.

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Speaker(s): Benjamin W Berg, MD; Jannet J Lee-Jayaram, MD; Gen Ouchi, MD

Simulation Education developers create learning activities based on theory, instructional design principles, and program specific factors. Failure of educational activities to meet expectations and/or educational goals offers an opportunity to uncover “Lessons Learned” from “Educational Errors”. This workshop presents a systematic approach to educational error analysis, analogous to FMEA or RCA clinical error analysis using a case-based format.

830 - 1000
Speed Diagnosig: A Rapid and Systematic Approach to Train Algorithms (#25230)
Type: Workshop | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Medical Education

In the spirit of “Flipped Classroom” we present: Speed-diagnosing for algorithm training and performance improvement. Using the principles of speed-dating, rapid shifts and systematic interviews, our diagnosing session will leave you bursting with ideas of how to apply this teaching method at your own medical curriculum.

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Speaker(s): Kristine Elisabeth Eberhard; Emilie Moberg Sørensen; Sandra Rosemarie Viggers, MD

In the spirit of “Flipped Classroom” we present: Speed-diagnosing for algorithm training and performance improvement. Using the principles of speed-dating, rapid shifts and systematic interviews, our diagnosing session will leave you bursting with ideas of how to apply this teaching method at your own medical curriculum.

830 - 1000
In-Situ Audio Visual Technologies for Under $2000
Type: Workshop | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

This course will demonstrate a portable, inexpensive and highly functional A/V solution for recording in-situ simulation. We will focus on how the presented technologies can be integrated, including areas where these technologies can be used in current simulation spaces. This session will start with the basics of developing an In Situ AV system for a center that has no inital equipment. AV price will also be discussed.

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Speaker(s): Scott B Crawford, MD; Eduardo Luevano; Stormy Monks, PhD, MPH, CHES

This course will demonstrate a portable, inexpensive and highly functional A/V solution for recording in-situ simulation. We will focus on how the presented technologies can be integrated, including areas where these technologies can be used in current simulation spaces. This session will start with the basics of developing an In Situ AV system for a center that has no inital equipment. AV price will also be discussed.

830 - 1000
Enhancing Faculty Development in Simulation
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

Leaders from three centers will discuss development of comprehensive simulation instruction for faculty at their institutions, focusing on practical aspects of program implementation such as content, successes and challenges, and effective strategies for assessment, mentorship and engagement. Learners should bring questions, problems and ideas from their own institutions for discussion with course faculty.

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Speaker(s): Dawn M Schocken, MPH, PhD; Stephen C. Charles, MS, MA, PhD, CHSE; Mary Kay Smith, PhD, MSN, RN, CHSE

Leaders from three centers will discuss development of comprehensive simulation instruction for faculty at their institutions, focusing on practical aspects of program implementation such as content, successes and challenges, and effective strategies for assessment, mentorship and engagement. Learners should bring questions, problems and ideas from their own institutions for discussion with course faculty.

830 - 1000
Government Research Forum (#28829)
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Come hear the latest research in government projects!

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Speaker(s): Geoffrey T Miller, MS, EMT-P

Come hear the latest research in government projects!

1030 - 1130
Expand Your Reach: Make Your Sim Center Work for You
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Non-physician Providers

This course is designed to help participants expand the reach of their simulation center beyond their own institution to increase their revenue, scholarly activity, community involvement and innovation. Mayo Clinic will bring a panel of directors from the three Mayo Clinic simulation centers located in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota to discuss strategies to help expand and manage simulation center activity.

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Speaker(s): Leslie VanHorn Simon, DO; Paula Craigo; F David Fortuin, MD; Torrey Laack, MD; Michael J Maniaci, MD; Ryan McKenna, DO; Kristin Rosenbush; Jan Stepanek, MD, MPH; Julie Tilley

This course is designed to help participants expand the reach of their simulation center beyond their own institution to increase their revenue, scholarly activity, community involvement and innovation. Mayo Clinic will bring a panel of directors from the three Mayo Clinic simulation centers located in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota to discuss strategies to help expand and manage simulation center activity.

1030 - 1130
Real Time System Quality Improvement Through Simulation
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

Quality improvement can occur in real time with a simulation. This presentation will describe how an emergency preparedness simulation for the care of avhighly infectious patient (Ebola) was developed. The purpose for the simulation was to verify the effectiveness of hospital multi-system processes. During this presentation, the lessons learned from this exercise will be described as well as how quality improvement was achieved.

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Speaker(s): Alisha M Harter, MSN, RN, CHSE; Julie Poore, RN, DNP, CHSE

Quality improvement can occur in real time with a simulation. This presentation will describe how an emergency preparedness simulation for the care of avhighly infectious patient (Ebola) was developed. The purpose for the simulation was to verify the effectiveness of hospital multi-system processes. During this presentation, the lessons learned from this exercise will be described as well as how quality improvement was achieved.

1030 - 1130
Connect to the Community: First Responders Mobile Program
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

The instructors will present on the development, implementation, and evaluation of a current successful EMS Mobile Simulation program in Northeast Ohio. The Simulation Center, in collaboration with EMS/Paramedics within the community and hospital-based physicians, provided first responders the opportunity to hone their skills, practice approved first responder protocols, become exposed to new/different equipment and discuss standards of care.

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Speaker(s): Michelle Feliciano, MEd, CHSE; Marcy Pardee, MAE, RRT; Sean Roth, DO, DPM, FACEP

The instructors will present on the development, implementation, and evaluation of a current successful EMS Mobile Simulation program in Northeast Ohio. The Simulation Center, in collaboration with EMS/Paramedics within the community and hospital-based physicians, provided first responders the opportunity to hone their skills, practice approved first responder protocols, become exposed to new/different equipment and discuss standards of care.

1030 - 1130
Realist Evaluation
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Assessment & Evaluation | Interest Group: Medical Education

Evaluation of simulation-based training that targets non-technical skills & impacts patient safety is a complicated task. Many evaluations restrict themselves to outcomes without exploring the contexts within which training is taking place or the mechanism by which those outcomes are achieved. This course will discuss how using a realist framework allows for exploration of these contexts and mechanisms to explain outcomes from training.

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Speaker(s): Thomas Simpson, MA(Cantab) MBBS MRCP FHEA; Colette Francoise Laws-Chapman; Gabriel B Reedy, PhD, CPsychol

Evaluation of simulation-based training that targets non-technical skills & impacts patient safety is a complicated task. Many evaluations restrict themselves to outcomes without exploring the contexts within which training is taking place or the mechanism by which those outcomes are achieved. This course will discuss how using a realist framework allows for exploration of these contexts and mechanisms to explain outcomes from training.

1030 - 1130
Conversation-focused IPE: A Low Resource Strategy
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Healthcare is complex and involves a myriad of disciplines requiring interprofessional communication and collaboration to promote decision making, patient safety and outcomes. In this course, we will discuss the opportunities available to execute soft and hard skills through simulation in an interprofessional environment. We will also explore why these skills are essential to prepare students for their transition into healthcare organizations.

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Speaker(s): Gail C. Kost, MSN, RN; Kerstin Koch, BSN, RN; Joseph Zart, MSN, RN, CNE

Healthcare is complex and involves a myriad of disciplines requiring interprofessional communication and collaboration to promote decision making, patient safety and outcomes. In this course, we will discuss the opportunities available to execute soft and hard skills through simulation in an interprofessional environment. We will also explore why these skills are essential to prepare students for their transition into healthcare organizations.

1030 - 1130
Integrating Telemedicine into Simulation and Standardized Patient Cases
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

Telemedicine is a clinical reality in the modern era. During this course, we will discuss the uses of Telemedicine and explore how the Family Medicine program at OHSU developed a standardized patient simulated environment, TeleOSCE, to prepare 3rd year medical students to operate in this environment.

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Speaker(s): Corey MacMillan

Telemedicine is a clinical reality in the modern era. During this course, we will discuss the uses of Telemedicine and explore how the Family Medicine program at OHSU developed a standardized patient simulated environment, TeleOSCE, to prepare 3rd year medical students to operate in this environment.

1030 - 1130
Enhance IPE Through The Use of a Progressive Case
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Medical Education

Learn to engage a diverse learner group through the use of a progressive case which utilizes a center stage SP encounter followed by a mannequin simulation scenario. Presentation will cover: case preparation to ensure continuity of patient data between encounters, SP training as it relates to the center stage case, tools used to engage all learners while meeting their various competencies, and effective debriefing of the entire process.

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Speaker(s): Gail M Swarm, DO; Angela Amick, LPN, CHSOS; Amy Holbrook, M.S.; Jenny L Patton; Christina Marie Wise, MAHP

Learn to engage a diverse learner group through the use of a progressive case which utilizes a center stage SP encounter followed by a mannequin simulation scenario. Presentation will cover: case preparation to ensure continuity of patient data between encounters, SP training as it relates to the center stage case, tools used to engage all learners while meeting their various competencies, and effective debriefing of the entire process.

1030 - 1130
Implement a Pharmacist-driven Critical Care Simulation Program
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Critical Care

Simulation programs for pharmacists are rare. Critical care pharmacists at the University of Colorado Hospital developed an interdisciplinary pharmacist-focused critical care curriculum to anchor knowledge in the pharmacologic management of critical illnesses. This course covers best practice and lessons learned in the design, implementation, evaluation, and interprofessional expansion of this training program.

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Speaker(s): Courtney Shakowski, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP; Stephanie Cradick, DNP, MS, RN, CNS, CHSE, ACNS-BC, CCNS, PCCN; Scott W Mueller, PharmD, BCCCP; Margaret K Sande, MD, MS

Simulation programs for pharmacists are rare. Critical care pharmacists at the University of Colorado Hospital developed an interdisciplinary pharmacist-focused critical care curriculum to anchor knowledge in the pharmacologic management of critical illnesses. This course covers best practice and lessons learned in the design, implementation, evaluation, and interprofessional expansion of this training program.

1030 - 1130
Interprofessional Debriefing: A Tool for Recognition and Reflection
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

This session will present the Debriefing Interprofessionally: Recognition & Reflection (DIPRR) tool to facilitate IPS within uniprofessional and multiprofessional environments. The authors will present a critical appraisal of the literature on simulation-based IPE, identify gaps within education and practice environments, provide an overview of the benefits and barriers of IPS, and share phase 1 of the DIPRR tool: Roles & Responsibilities.

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Speaker(s): Dawne-Marie Dunbar, MSN.Ed., RN, CNE, CHSE; Katie Parrish, RN, MSN, CNE, CHSE; Julie Poore, RN, DNP, CHSE

This session will present the Debriefing Interprofessionally: Recognition & Reflection (DIPRR) tool to facilitate IPS within uniprofessional and multiprofessional environments. The authors will present a critical appraisal of the literature on simulation-based IPE, identify gaps within education and practice environments, provide an overview of the benefits and barriers of IPS, and share phase 1 of the DIPRR tool: Roles & Responsibilities.

1030 - 1130
Interview Simulation Circuits for Nursing Hiring
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

The use of simulation as part of the hiring process of nurses for the hospital setting allows managers to identify candidates that are the best fit for the unit and organization. This course provides an overview of how Interview Simulation Circuits are developed, implemented, and evaluated. The benefits and challenges of this novel approach will be discussed.

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Speaker(s): Wanda Goranson, MSN, RN-BC, CHSE, CHSOS

The use of simulation as part of the hiring process of nurses for the hospital setting allows managers to identify candidates that are the best fit for the unit and organization. This course provides an overview of how Interview Simulation Circuits are developed, implemented, and evaluated. The benefits and challenges of this novel approach will be discussed.

1030 - 1130
Role of Emotion in Simulation Learning
Type: Workshop | Track: Debriefing | Interest Group: Medical Education

This workshop holds that by attending to some of what is known about emotion and learning, educators can help ensure that simulation provide opportunities for exploring, articulating and using emotions in ways that actually enable meaningful learning to happen. This dicussion is based on some of the research into the role of emotion and on our own experience training simulation educators.

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Speaker(s): Gabriel B Reedy, PhD, CPsychol; Laura Rock, MD

This workshop holds that by attending to some of what is known about emotion and learning, educators can help ensure that simulation provide opportunities for exploring, articulating and using emotions in ways that actually enable meaningful learning to happen. This dicussion is based on some of the research into the role of emotion and on our own experience training simulation educators.

1030 - 1130
OSCE's in Dental Education: Treatment of the Patient or Disease?
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Non-physician Providers

The biopsychosocial model explores all aspects of disease ultimately leading to improving patient outcomes. Can dental education programs create assessments focusing on learner competency in the behavioral sciences? During this presentation attendees will learn how to design an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) integrating clinical decision-making, behavioral strategies and a comparative self-assessment.

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Speaker(s): Tammy Thompson, BA, DDS; William Scott Erdley, DNS, RN, CHSE

The biopsychosocial model explores all aspects of disease ultimately leading to improving patient outcomes. Can dental education programs create assessments focusing on learner competency in the behavioral sciences? During this presentation attendees will learn how to design an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) integrating clinical decision-making, behavioral strategies and a comparative self-assessment.

1030 - 1130
Workplace Violence, Verbal De-escalation, and Self Defense through Simulation
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Nursing Education

Violence in the workplace, whether from patients, family members, or other staff is a continually growing problem that affects many healthcare workers nation-wide. See how one healthcare system has successfully implemented and utilized simulation in the training and practice of Workplace Violence, Verbal De-escalation, and Self Defense techniques.

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Speaker(s): Kristi L Stevenson, MSN, RN; Bethany Southard

Violence in the workplace, whether from patients, family members, or other staff is a continually growing problem that affects many healthcare workers nation-wide. See how one healthcare system has successfully implemented and utilized simulation in the training and practice of Workplace Violence, Verbal De-escalation, and Self Defense techniques.

1030 - 1130
Sharing Student Performance Information: Confidentiality Violation or Evolutionary Next Step?
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Nursing Education

What happens in simulation stays in simulation. However as simulation replaces more clinical time, new guideline papers suggest that simulationists should be sharing information with clinical faculty about student performance. Is this a breach of confidentiality or the next logical step in clinical teaching pedagogy, as simulation replaces more and more clinical time? This idea will be debated/discussed by our panel.

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Speaker(s): Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, ANEF, CHSE, FAAN; Teresa N Gore, PhD, DNP, FNP-BC, NP-C, CHSE-A; KT Waxman, DNP, MBA, RN, CNL, CENP, CHSE, FAAN

What happens in simulation stays in simulation. However as simulation replaces more clinical time, new guideline papers suggest that simulationists should be sharing information with clinical faculty about student performance. Is this a breach of confidentiality or the next logical step in clinical teaching pedagogy, as simulation replaces more and more clinical time? This idea will be debated/discussed by our panel.

1030 - 1130
Bridge the Communication Gap for Improved Patient Experience
Type: Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

This didactic will describe how simulation can be used to improve the patient experience by teaching healthcare providers at a variety of levels improved communication techniques. Presenters will review several programs that were successfully implemented at a large healthcare system and residency training program to teach attending faculty, residents and staff improved patient communication. Assessment tools and outcomes data will be reviewed.

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Speaker(s): Alise Frallicciardi, MD, MS; Stephen Donahue; Thomas Nowicki, MD

This didactic will describe how simulation can be used to improve the patient experience by teaching healthcare providers at a variety of levels improved communication techniques. Presenters will review several programs that were successfully implemented at a large healthcare system and residency training program to teach attending faculty, residents and staff improved patient communication. Assessment tools and outcomes data will be reviewed.

1030 - 1130
MH and the Mannequin: An in situ adventure (#25570)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Perioperative Medicine

This presentation will share the process of creating and implementing a regional perioperative simulation plan. Surgical Services and Simulation Educators collaborated with bedside caregivers, physician partners, and other multidisciplinary team members to offer high risk experiences in the clinical setting. The primary concentration will be to highlight and discuss in situ simulation and its powerful effects in the post licensure setting.

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Speaker(s): Stacy Capel, MSN, RN, CHSE

This presentation will share the process of creating and implementing a regional perioperative simulation plan. Surgical Services and Simulation Educators collaborated with bedside caregivers, physician partners, and other multidisciplinary team members to offer high risk experiences in the clinical setting. The primary concentration will be to highlight and discuss in situ simulation and its powerful effects in the post licensure setting.

1030 - 1130
Hybrid Simulated Patients to Integrate Cultural and Clinical Competence
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Medical Education

This course describes the development of a programme of clinical skills learning that combines the elements of cultural competence and safety for Maori, the indigenous people of Aotearoa/New Zealand. The course will begin with the identification of health need, explain the process of merging the outcomes from two course modules, work through the education methodology and discuss the evaluation results and resulting programme modification.

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Speaker(s): John C C Dean, RN, BA, PG Cert (CPIT)

This course describes the development of a programme of clinical skills learning that combines the elements of cultural competence and safety for Maori, the indigenous people of Aotearoa/New Zealand. The course will begin with the identification of health need, explain the process of merging the outcomes from two course modules, work through the education methodology and discuss the evaluation results and resulting programme modification.

1030 - 1130
Demonstrate Value: A Return on Investment (ROI) Model
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Healthcare Systems & Modeling

This presentation will introduce the Return on Investment model of Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center. The model is based on three tier sources of value: operational revenue, community benefit, and system cost savings. We will explain how our costing model feeds into an ROI model and how to determine value of services provided to internal customers as well as cost avoidance and savings resulting from educational and research activities.

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Speaker(s): Lisa T Barker, MD; Lauren Nicole Beer; Sabina Hlinenska, MBA, CMA

This presentation will introduce the Return on Investment model of Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center. The model is based on three tier sources of value: operational revenue, community benefit, and system cost savings. We will explain how our costing model feeds into an ROI model and how to determine value of services provided to internal customers as well as cost avoidance and savings resulting from educational and research activities.

1030 - 1130
Sim Hacks! Be Crafty with Everyday Resources (#24357)
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Low Cost, Low Resource Simulation

Despite a wide variety of simulation budgets, virtually all simulation centers have a desire to save money. This has led to a surge of low-cost/low-fidelity techniques being developed. In this podium presentation, the participants will be shown multiple methods used nationally and internationally as well as presenting detailed multi-media instructions on how to make them in their own simulation centers.

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Speaker(s): Nur-Ain Nadir, MD; Clare Desmond, MD, CHSE; Ian Julie, MD; Clint LeClair, MD; Gregory Podolej, M.D

Despite a wide variety of simulation budgets, virtually all simulation centers have a desire to save money. This has led to a surge of low-cost/low-fidelity techniques being developed. In this podium presentation, the participants will be shown multiple methods used nationally and internationally as well as presenting detailed multi-media instructions on how to make them in their own simulation centers.

1030 - 1130
Market Your Sim Program Effectively & Cost-efficiently
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Program Administration | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

Today’s technological landscape is evolving at a rapid pace making an organization’s content sharing through digital presence vital to its success. The health care industry has been slower than others in adopting such methods, but the most innovative organizations recognize and embrace the opportunities the content marketing movement presents. This session will discuss considerations in developing a digital content communications plan.

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Speaker(s): Danelen Johnson; Nathan Lorentz; Denise T Molina-Weiger

Today’s technological landscape is evolving at a rapid pace making an organization’s content sharing through digital presence vital to its success. The health care industry has been slower than others in adopting such methods, but the most innovative organizations recognize and embrace the opportunities the content marketing movement presents. This session will discuss considerations in developing a digital content communications plan.

1030 - 1130
Tablet Technology: Enhance the Simulation Experience
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Technical Operations

Utilizing tablets to support simulation based education has improved the efficiency of content delivery before, during, and after simulations. This course will outline how this technology has improved simulation center operations at the Northwell Health - Patient Safety Institute.

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Speaker(s): Andrew Joseph Drozd, AS, EMT; James Anglim, BS, EMT-B; Joseph Lalor, BS; John Perrone, BS, EMT; Ronald Ulrich, BA, EMT, CHSE, CHSOS

Utilizing tablets to support simulation based education has improved the efficiency of content delivery before, during, and after simulations. This course will outline how this technology has improved simulation center operations at the Northwell Health - Patient Safety Institute.

1030 - 1130
Code Tech: Essential Operations Personnel
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations | Interest Group: Medical Education

This presentation will explain the need and importance of having a technical support staff in order to run an effective Simulation Center. A brief overview will be given on the qualifications and qualities of a simulation technician. I will identify essential duties and responsibilities of technical support personnel. The presentation will also cover the benefits of having in-house technical support staff.

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Speaker(s): J. Hector Aranda, BS, CHSOS

This presentation will explain the need and importance of having a technical support staff in order to run an effective Simulation Center. A brief overview will be given on the qualifications and qualities of a simulation technician. I will identify essential duties and responsibilities of technical support personnel. The presentation will also cover the benefits of having in-house technical support staff.

1030 - 1130
Simulation in Emergency Medical Services (EMS): A New Frontier
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education (IPE) | Interest Group: Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

The National Association of EMS Educators has recently begun a campaign supporting a more complete body of knowledge regarding the use of simulation in EMS education. This educational session will introduce learners to the use of simulation in EMS education as well as provide practical strategies to incorporate simulation into educational curriculum; all in the context of setting a new agenda for simulation in EMS education and research.

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Speaker(s): Christopher E McCoy

The National Association of EMS Educators has recently begun a campaign supporting a more complete body of knowledge regarding the use of simulation in EMS education. This educational session will introduce learners to the use of simulation in EMS education as well as provide practical strategies to incorporate simulation into educational curriculum; all in the context of setting a new agenda for simulation in EMS education and research.

1030 - 1130
Training Faculty through Blended Learning
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development | Interest Group: Undergraduate Education

A major challenge to incorporating simulation into health care curriculum is the acceptance and adoption of simulation by faculty. Breakdown barriers of time and cost, by using blended learning to develop simulation faculty. This course will address the basics of blended learning course design, course material development, e-learning platforms, and practical aspects to consider when implementing a blended learning course.

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Speaker(s): Katherine Daniel; Patricia Gonzalez, MD, MHA

A major challenge to incorporating simulation into health care curriculum is the acceptance and adoption of simulation by faculty. Breakdown barriers of time and cost, by using blended learning to develop simulation faculty. This course will address the basics of blended learning course design, course material development, e-learning platforms, and practical aspects to consider when implementing a blended learning course.

1030 - 1130
Evaluate Mechanisms of Care Delivery Using Simulation
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Hospital-based Simulation

Simulation is showing increasing value as a tool for evaluating new mechanisms of care delivery. In this session we share how to execute simulation-based support programs for new hospital initiatives. Examples to be highlighted: evaluation of new clinical care areas, development of hospital policies, operational readiness needs (Ebola), and the successful deployment of a Mobile Stroke Unit (3rd in US & 1st to be sim-supported from nascency).

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Speaker(s): Margaret K Sande, MD, MS; Stephanie Cradick, DNP, MS, RN, CNS, CHSE, ACNS-BC, CCNS, PCCN

Simulation is showing increasing value as a tool for evaluating new mechanisms of care delivery. In this session we share how to execute simulation-based support programs for new hospital initiatives. Examples to be highlighted: evaluation of new clinical care areas, development of hospital policies, operational readiness needs (Ebola), and the successful deployment of a Mobile Stroke Unit (3rd in US & 1st to be sim-supported from nascency).

1030 - 1130
Complexities in Educational Research
Type: Podium Presentation | Track: Research Methods | Interest Group: Medical Education

Do you want to take your research to the next level? Are you struggling to get meaningful educational research outcomes? This session will help participants overcome common barriers and pitfalls in study design as the author presents lessons learned from a randomized controlled trial in educational methods for central line insertion. Audience members will gain valuable insights into designing high level simulation and educational research.

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Speaker(s): Andrew Musits, MD

Do you want to take your research to the next level? Are you struggling to get meaningful educational research outcomes? This session will help participants overcome common barriers and pitfalls in study design as the author presents lessons learned from a randomized controlled trial in educational methods for central line insertion. Audience members will gain valuable insights into designing high level simulation and educational research.

1145 - 1245
Wednesday Plenary Session
Type: Plenary Presentation | Track: Patient Outcomes, Quality & Safety | Interest Group: Medical Education

TBD

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Speaker(s): Laura Mansfield

TBD

1300 - 1730
PTSD: Challenges in Mental Health Simulation
Type: Immersive Course | Track: Course Exemplars | Interest Group: Standardized Patients

In this interactive workshop participants will engage with a staged simulation in order to explore the principles and practice of mental health simulations. Live simulation is a well-developed pedagogical methodology that provides opportunities for participants to practice different responses to difficult engagements in a protected environment. Facilitated discussion, problem solving and feedback will augment the hands on experience.

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Speaker(s): Nancy L McNaughton, MEd, PhD; Kerry Knickle, LLM (ADR)

In this interactive workshop participants will engage with a staged simulation in order to explore the principles and practice of mental health simulations. Live simulation is a well-developed pedagogical methodology that provides opportunities for participants to practice different responses to difficult engagements in a protected environment. Facilitated discussion, problem solving and feedback will augment the hands on experience.