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Debriefing for Simulation-Based Medical Education: A Survey From the International Network of Simulation-Based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education.

Louise Ing, Adam Cheng, Yiqun Lin,

<h4>Context</h4>Current debriefing approaches and faculty development strategies for simulation educators differ around the world. We aim to describe the status of current debriefing practice and faculty development for simulation educators in this study.<h4>Methods</h4>We distributed a paper-based survey during 2 international conferences to obtain data from active International Network for Simulation-based ... Read more >>

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Life-Saving Procedures Performed While Wearing CBRNe Personal Protective Equipment: A Mannequin Randomized Trial.

Giulia Mormando, Matteo Paganini, Chiara Alexopoulos, Sandro Savino, Nicola Bortoli, Daniele Pomiato, Alessandro Graziano, Paolo Navalesi, Fabrizio Fabris,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Chemical-biological-radiological-nuclear-explosive (CBRNe) are complex events. Decontamination is mandatory to avoid harm and contain hazardous materials, but can delay care. Therefore, the stabilization of patients in the warm zone seems reasonable, but research is limited. Moreover, subjects involved in biological events are considered infectious even after decontamination and need to be ... Read more >>

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Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Improves Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Intravenous Catheter Insertion Skills of Practicing Nurses.

Ashley Elizabeth Amick, Sarah E Feinsmith, Evan M Davis, Jordan Sell, Valerie Macdonald, Paul Trinquero, Arthur G Moore, Victor Gappmeier, Katharine Colton, Andrew Cunningham, William Ford, Joseph Feinglass, Jeffrey H Barsuk,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Difficult intravenous (IV) access (DIVA) is frequently encountered in the hospital setting. Ultrasound-guided peripheral IV catheter (USGPIV) insertion has emerged as an effective procedure to establish access in patients with DIVA. Despite the increased use of USGPIV, little is known about the optimal training paradigms for bedside nurses. Therefore, we ... Read more >>

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Transesophageal Echocardiography Simulator Training: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials.

Satoshi Jujo, Atsushi Nakahira, Yuki Kataoka, Masahiro Banno, Yasushi Tsujimoto, Hiraku Tsujimoto, Sayaka Oikawa, Hiroki Matsui, Benjamin W Berg,

<h4>Summary statement</h4>We aimed to assess the learning effects of novice transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) simulator training and to identify gaps in existing studies. We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) comparing the learning effects of novice TEE training with versus without simulators, searching published articles and ... Read more >>

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Content Evidence for Validity of Time-to-Task Initiation: A Novel Measure of Learner Competence.

Blake E Nichols, Ali B V McMichael, Aditee P Ambardekar,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Educators require validated tools to assess learner competency in simulation-based mastery learning. We previously created a simulation to incorporate crisis resource management skills after a needs assessment of our pediatric residency program. We present the development of and content evidence for validity of a task list with time-to-task initiation designed ... Read more >>

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The Impact of a 9-Month Booster Training Using Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice on Pediatric Resident PALS Skills.

Sai Surapa Raju, Nancy M Tofil, Stacy L Gaither, Carrie Norwood, J Lynn Zinkan, Veronica Godsey, Inmaculada Aban, Yumo Xue, Chrystal Rutledge,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The impact of booster training on pediatric resuscitation skills is not well understood. Rapid cycle deliberate practice (RCDP) to supplement pediatric advanced life support (PALS) training is beginning to be used to improve resuscitation skills. We tested the impact of booster RCDP training performed at 9 months after initial RCDP ... Read more >>

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Feasibility of an Interprofessional, Simulation-Based Curriculum to Improve Teamwork Skills, Clinical Skills, and Knowledge of Undergraduate Medical and Nursing Students in Uganda: A Cohort Study.

Santorino Data, Mirette M Dubé, Francis Bajunirwe, Catherine Kyakwera, Traci Robinson, Josephine N Najjuma, Moses Cherop, Lenard Abesiga, Tamara Namata, Jennifer L Brenner, Nalini Singhal, Margaret Twine, Ian Wishart, Heather MacIntosh, Adam Cheng,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Many deaths in Sub-Saharan Africa are preventable with provision of skilled healthcare. Unfortunately, skills decay after training. We determined the feasibility of implementing an interprofessional (IP) simulation-based educational curriculum in Uganda and evaluated the possible impact of this curriculum on teamwork, clinical skills (CSs), and knowledge among undergraduate medical and ... Read more >>

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Acquisition of Teamwork and Communication Skills Using High-Technology Simulation for Preclerkship Medical Students.

Vidya Menon, Ravi Bhoja, Joan Reisch, Matthew Kosemund, Deborah Hogg, Aditee Ambardekar,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Teamwork failures are a major source of preventable error in medicine. Acquisition of skills early in training seems beneficial for impacting system-level change. Simulation-based curricula provide a psychologically safe and formative environment to learn and practice team skills. This project aims to assess teamwork and communication skill acquisition in preclerkship ... Read more >>

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Simulation-Based Mastery Learning to Teach Distal Radius Fracture Reduction.

Georgia G Toal, Michael A Gisondi, Nathaniel M Miller, Stefanie S Sebok-Syer, Raffi S Avedian, William W Dixon,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Distal radius fractures are common orthopedic injuries managed in emergency departments. Simulation-based mastery learning is widely recognized to improve provider competence for bedside procedures but has not been studied to teach fracture management. This study evaluated the effectiveness of a simulation-based mastery learning curriculum to teach distal radius fracture reduction ... Read more >>

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Use of Simulation to Measure the Effects of Just-in-Time Information to Prevent Nursing Medication Errors: A Randomized Controlled Study.

Thomas A Berg, Susan H Hebert, Deb Chyka, Stephanie Nidiffer, Cary Springer,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Medication administration error (MAE) is the improper dispensing of medication. It is a significant contributor to the occurrence of medical errors. A novel systems thinking approach using a pediatric simulation and student nurses were used to evaluate the benefit of applying just-in-time information (JITI) to reduce medication errors. Just-in-time information ... Read more >>

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Evaluation of 3 Cognitive Load Measures During Repeated Simulation Exercises for Novice Anesthesiology Residents.

Serkan Toy, Christina R Miller, Rodrigo J Daly Guris, Shirley S Duarte, Sophia Koessel, Adam Schiavi,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Maintaining an appropriate level of cognitive load during simulations is crucial to optimize learning. We evaluated 3 subjective measures of cognitive load in a simulated operating room (OR) context across multiple scenarios of varying complexity.<h4>Methods</h4>This observational study of 25 first-year anesthesiology residents took place during a 5-day simulation "Boot Camp." ... Read more >>

Simul Healthc (Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare)
[2020, 15(6):388-396]

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Simulation-Based Up-Training in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Sunil S Nair, Brian Kaufman,

<h4>Statement</h4>The dramatic outbreak of COVID-19 placed unprecedented strain on the critical care workforce of New York City. The enhanced precautions required to safely care for COVID-19 patients impacted the performance of even routine critical care procedures. Meanwhile, staff were stretched to care for exponentially rising case volume as COVID intensive ... Read more >>

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Implementation of a Pharmacokinetic Model for Inhaled Anesthetics Into a Software-Based Anesthesia Workstation for LLEAP-Compatible Simulators.

Miguel Casañ, Rosario García-Calatayud, Daniel Robles, Cristina Abril,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Laerdal Learning Application (LLEAP)-compatible simulation manikins lack some specific functions that can be useful in anesthesia simulation scenarios. Our objective was to develop a software-based anesthesia workstation with a pharmacokinetic model for inhaled anesthetics for this simulation platform.<h4>Methods</h4>A Windows Presentation Foundation application that emulates an Aespire anesthesia workstation was created. ... Read more >>

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[2020, 15(6):438-444]

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Evacuation of Vulnerable and Critical Patients: Multimodal Simulation for Nurse-Led Patient Evacuation.

Megan M Gray, Anita Anne Thomas, Brian Burns, Rachel A Umoren,

<b>Introduction:</b>Virtual simulation (VS) is an adaptable medium for teaching critical disaster management skills such as efficient hospital evacuation. We aimed to compare VS and prerecorded narrated multimedia lecture-based training of pediatric nurses for evacuation of a sick newborn in the neonatal intensive care unit and pediatric emergency department (ED) using ... Read more >>

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Inspiring Young Learners Toward a Career in Healthcare Using Simulation.

Vicky J-H Yeh, Fareeda Mukhtar, Aashish Rajesh, Mohamed S Baloul, Abhishek Chandra, Nizamuddin Shaikh, Courtney Backstrom, Mariela Rivera, Usha Asirvatham, Rafael de Azevedo, David R Farley,

<h4>Statement</h4>To inspire young learners toward a career in healthcare and provide them opportunities to learn lifesaving skills, a hospital-based simulation center collaborated with a local middle school to develop a 88-minute simulation-based educational activity. The activity consisted of eight 10-minute stations on lifesaving and basic medical skills. One hundred fifty ... Read more >>

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Gender Minorities in Simulation: A Mixed Methods Study of Medical School Standardized Patient Programs in the United States and Canada.

Carrie A Bohnert, Ryan M Combs, Emily J Noonan, Aaron E Weathers, Laura A Weingartner,

<h4>Purpose</h4>A provider's ability to translate knowledge about transgender health to affirming patient care is key to addressing disparities. However, standardized patient (SP) programs have little published guidance for gender-affirming care or addressing disparities experienced by transgender and nonbinary patients.<h4>Method</h4>Between 2018 and 2019, we invited all 208 accredited US and Canadian ... Read more >>

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Is Technology Enhanced Learning Cost-effective to Improve Skills?: The Monash Objective Structured Clinical Examination Virtual Experience.

Angelina S Lim, Shaun Wen Huey Lee,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) are an accepted technique for evaluation of clinical competence in healthcare. However, the economic imperative requires faculty to control cost, using innovative educational strategies such as virtual simulation. The objective of this study was to evaluate the cost implications of implementing an online interactive learning ... Read more >>

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Simulation Innovation: A Novel Simulation Guide for Building Community Simulation Capacity in Pandemic Preparedness.

Hilary Drake, Darin Abbey, Chelsea Holmes, Anna Macdonald, Laura Mackinnon, JoAnne Slinn, Jared Baylis,

<h4>Statement</h4>The coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) pandemic, caused by severe acute respiratory distress syndrome coronavirus 2, has spread globally and requires effective preparedness within healthcare institutions. The British Columbia Simulation Network COVID-19 Simulation Guide was created to disseminate information throughout the province of British Columbia, Canada, and to allow simulation educators, ... Read more >>

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Effectiveness of Interprofessional Manikin-Based Simulation Training on Teamwork Among Real Teams During Trauma Resuscitation in Adult Emergency Departments: A Systematic Review.

Alexandra Lapierre, Sabrina Bouferguene, Jérôme Gauvin-Lepage, Patrick Lavoie, Caroline Arbour,

<h4>Statement</h4>This systematic review synthesizes the relevant evidence about the effectiveness of interprofessional manikin-based simulation training on teamwork among real teams during trauma resuscitation in adult civilian emergency departments. A systematic literature search was conducted in MEDLINE, CINAHL, EMBASE, EBM reviews, PsycINFO, and Web of Science with no time limit. Only ... Read more >>

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A Novel Application of the Modified Angoff Method to Rate Case Difficulty in Simulation-Based Research.

Melissa N Joseph, Jungsoo Chang, Samuel G Buck, Marc A Auerbach, Ambrose H Wong, Thomas D Beardsley, Philip M Reeves, Jessica M Ray, Leigh V Evans,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Simulation use in research is often limited by controlling for scenario difficulty when using repeated measures. Our study assesses the feasibility of the Modified Angoff Method to reach expert consensus regarding difficulty of medical simulations. We compared scores with participant physiologic stress.<h4>Methods</h4>Emergency medicine physicians with expertise in simulation education were ... Read more >>

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Implementation of Simulation Training During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A New York Hospital Experience.

Di Pan, Kapil Rajwani,

<h4>Statement</h4>Simulation played a critical role in our institution's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City. With the rapid influx of critically ill patients, resource limitations, and presented safety concerns, simulation became a vital tool that provided solutions to the many challenges we faced. In this article, we describe ... Read more >>

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Simulation in Healthcare in the Midst of the Pandemic.

Mark W Scerbo,

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Considerations for Continuing Simulation Training During Infectious Outbreaks.

Say Yang Ong, Balakrishnan Ashokka, Deborah Khoo, Michelle A Kelly,

<h4>Statement</h4>Healthcare simulation training can be significantly disrupted by infectious disease outbreaks, yet it is a key component in several important medical education activities, such as resuscitation refresher training and high-stakes prelicensure healthcare examinations. This article details the strategic and tactical considerations for continuing simulation training during infectious disease outbreaks. A ... Read more >>

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Relationship Between Self-efficacy and Performance of Simulated Neonatal Chest Compressions and Ventilation.

Lee T Donohue, Mark A Underwood, Kristin R Hoffman,

<b>Introduction:</b>Because improved competence in caring for patients is difficult to measure, self-efficacy (the strength of one's belief in one's ability to complete a task) is often used as a surrogate measurement of clinical ability. However, studies in adults and children have shown at best only weak correlations between self-efficacy and ... Read more >>

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Safety Considerations for In Situ Simulation in Closed SARS-CoV-2 Units.

Farrukh N Jafri, Sharan Shah, Christina J Yang, Andrew Restivo, Maninder Singh, Andrew Yoon, Sadia T Ahmed,

<h4>Statement</h4>The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic placed a tremendous strain on the healthcare system, which led to the deployment of new personnel into acute care settings, early graduation of medical students, and development of new treatment spaces. Education teams at the Montefiore Health System and New York ... Read more >>

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