Applying the Model (Translating Evidence into Practice) into Simulation to Improve Healthcare Outcomes (1090-002361) (Developmental Research Projects: Resuscitation, Clinical Outcomes, Cultural Fluency (By Invitation Only))
Start time: Thursday, February 4, 2021, 3:00 PM End time: Thursday, February 4, 2021 Session Type: Research Study Development and Presentation Program Abstracts
This research will tackle the question Can simulation-based practices design a prototype for possible interventions that might lead to improvement in reducing healthcare adverse events using the TRIP Model as a guideline?
Methods The simulation is conducted at a simulation center with the availability of high and low fidelity Mankins, Virtual Reality options, standardized patients, and hospital-based settings. 1- Determine applicable interventions. 2- Form a Multidisciplinary team: a group of specialists that are engaged in the process of applying the TRIP Model ( Figure 1 ) for improvement into simulation: Healthcare providers, Simulation specialist and Quality specialist 3- Follow the TRIP Model as shown in Figure 2 ( Suggested Model )
The results will be collected after each cycle of application at two points as follows: 1- Simulation-based related data (Data A) – as shown in Figure 2 2- Hospital-setting related data after Implementing the” four E” (Data B)- as shown in figure 2
Co-Presenter: Mrs Deepa Ramesh, BSN, MSN, King Saud Bin Abdul University for Health sciences About the co-presenter: Deepa Ramesh , native of India , Resident in Riyadh Saudi Arabia . 23 YEARS of Education and Training . Highly passionate in supporting others grow . Love to teach and be taught . Graduated as BSN Christian Medical College Vellore 1986 and completed MSN in psychiatrics Nursing . Deepa Ramesh a Certified Health Care simulation Educator ( CHSE) from the Society of Simulation in
Healthcare, ( SSH ) 2016 and currently renewed in 2019 AND VALID UNTIL 2022 . Attended the one week of the Comprehensive
Simulation Instructor workshop (Harvard University Course) in Boston, USA, August 2015. Currently
working as an Instructor, Senior Training Center Faculty for the AHA courses and also an Advanced Life
support in Obstetrics (KSA) National Program Coordinator in the Deanship of Postgraduate Education,
Kind Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health sciences, Riyadh.
Had special training on Basic and Advanced Moulage Techniques from by the UK Experts from Trauma FX
on Casualty Moulage in Dubai in Feb 2014 .My vision is to support and develop multidisciplinary and
medical education Training programs incorporating simulation , this is after gaining 20 years of
experience in coordination and management of the Postgraduate Medical Education events . My Major
Interest is in Multi- Disciplinary Health care Simulation Training activities and to build high performance
simulation teams in providing a productive and Realistic learning environment and embrace new
Designed the Moulage Concepts and Skills workshop. Participated in the Moulage application for mass
casualty scenarios in the Multi Casualty Disaster Simulation and in the College of Applied Sciences, KSAUHS .Conducted 2 successful Moulage Concepts and Skills courses in Riyadh, in Saudi Simulation Health
Conference in the year 2016 and also conducted a course for the Ministry of Health Simulation operation
Specialists and Simulation Technicians.
Developed and conducted Simulation 101 courses – Introduction to Simulation course for introductory
level and Simulation 102 courses – Developed and conducted simulation session – Step and Step approach
for Intermediate level. Developing and designing the Simulation 103 – For Faculty Development.
Lead organizer for the Moulage Exhibition in the Saudi Simulation in Health care conference June 2015
and 2016. Presented an oral presentation and conducted a workshop on realism in simulation in the Saudi
health simulation conference 2018. In 2019 at the Saudi Simulation Health conference again conducted a
workshop on debriefing for life support courses and also did a poster presentation on the Harnessing
Simulation Centers with Simulated Patients. In Feb 2020 presented a talk on at the International
conference of the SIMGHOSTS held at the Princess Noura University, Riyadh. In Sept 2020 organized 11
series of webinars and one webinar was presented by me on High Performance teams in simulation.
In the year 2001 was employed in the Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
as Medical Education Coordinator. In the year 1995 worked in Government General Hospital for the
establishment of a college of Nursing in the Mother Theresa Institute for Health Sciences, Pondicherry ,
India. Was the sole faculty up to 4 semesters in the Mother Theresa Institute for Health Sciences for six
BSN Students. Prepared, planned and executed the BSN Curriculum from the Madras University, India for
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