Bridging the Divides - Achieving Genuine Interprofessional Simulation in Healthcare (1090-004250)
CE Hours: 1.00 Session Type: Prerecorded Educational Courses
Learning Objective 1:
Delineate effective drivers for participation in interprofessional simulation-based education
Learning Objective 2:
Recognize potential obstacles and solutions when attempting to implement interprofessional simulation-based education
Learning Objective 3:
Describe key elements and specific examples of successful interprofessional simulation-based education programs
This course focuses on a detailed aspect of the topic.
Few debate the value of simulation-based interprofessional education in healthcare. Most recognize obstacles encountered when attempting to implement such programs. Success is achievable. The panel will describe, with specific examples, certain methods, approaches, pearls and pitfalls to implementing and sustaining regular, robust simulation-based interprofessional education programs.
Co-Presenter: Brandon Murphy, AA, MetroHealth Medical Center About the co-presenter: I have worked full time at the Metrohealth Simulation center for five years. Over the years, we have conducted thousands of high, medium, and low fidelity simulations within the hospital system internally and also outside of the system in collaboration with multiple regional partners in the government sector. I have personally been involved with program development, maintenance of simulators, mouage application, operation of mannekins during simulations, debriefing as needed, and assisting learners with operating virtual reality simulator software. We have participated in everything from small task trainer learning environments up to full scale exercises involving multiple patients and multiple responding agencies. I enjoy bringing the scenarios to life for the learner and try my best to provide a realistic and productive learning environment.
Disclosure: No financial relationships with ineligible companies.