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First Call Simulation: Preparing for Acute Patient Decompensation with Facilitated, Peri-Scenario Debriefing

Andrew Musits, Gianna Petrone, David Lindquist, Paul George,

Introduction Medical students may graduate with limited experience in managing acutely decompensating patients independently. As interns they often assume that mantle of responsibility. This first call simulation-based training provided fourth-year medical students with a guided experience in creating differential diagnoses and initiating diagnostic plans while resuscitating patients. Methods This simulation ... Read more >>

MedEdPORTAL (MedEdPORTAL : the journal of teaching and learning resources)
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From Concerts to COVID: Transforming the RI Convention Center into an Alternate Hospital Site in under a Month.

Sonya Naganathan, Kelly Meehan-Coussee, Scott Pasichow, Heather Rybasack-Smith, William Binder, Francesca Beaudoin, Andrew N Musits, Elizabeth Sutton, Gianna Petrone, Adam C Levine, Selim Suner,

Field hospitals have long been used to extend health care capabilities in times of crisis. In response to the pandemic and an anticipated surge in patients, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo announced a plan to create three field hospitals, or "alternate hospital sites" (AHS), totaling 1,000 beds, in order to ... Read more >>

R I Med J (2013) (Rhode Island medical journal (2013))
[2020, 103(6):8-13]

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Interdepartmental Collaboration for Simulation-based Education: Obstetric Emergencies for Emergency Medicine.

Andrew Musits, Robyn Wing, Meera Simoes, Michele Style, Gianna Petrone, Nick Musisca, Linda Brown,

<h4>Background</h4>Simulation in medical education is a well-accepted educational modality that allows for practice of high risk, low frequency events. The Obstetric Emergencies for Emergency Medicine course was developed to prepare trainees for challenging scenarios.<h4>Methods</h4>Six clinical scenarios were chosen: spontaneous vaginal delivery, neonatal resuscitation, pre- eclampsia, neonatal resuscitation with cardiopulmonary resuscitation ... Read more >>

R I Med J (2013) (Rhode Island medical journal (2013))
[2020, 103(4):42-45]

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