Research Abstract Oral Presentations: Debriefing, Communication & Teamwork
Start time: Friday, January 22, 2021, 8:00 AM End time: Friday, January 22, 2021, 9:00 AM CE Hours: 1.00 Session Type: Research Abstracts (Completed Studies)
Learning Objective 1:
Outline one problem in healthcare simulation currently being studied through simulation-based research
Learning Objective 2:
List one upcoming research project in healthcare simulation
Learning Objective 3:
Identify one new finding in healthcare simulation applicable to your work
This course focuses on a detailed aspect of the topic.
Join us for these Oral Presentations of accepted IMSH 2020 research abstracts, representing completed studies in the field of healthcare simulation. Featured presentations: Exploration of a Capture and Analysis System to Identify What a Good Debriefer Looks Like; “Huh… well… You’ve Got Cancer”. Paralinguistic Cues as Index of Poor Communication Skills While Breaking Bad News in Simulation Training for Medical Students; Simulation for Operating Room Safety (SIMORS): Interdisciplinary Team Training in Nontechnical Skills and OR Safety; The Use of Commercial and Faculty Developed Escape Rooms to Improve Communication and Teamwork Skills
Co-Presenter: Denise Campbell, BSN, DNP, MSN, University of Michigan Flint About the co-presenter: Denise Campbell MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CEN
I am a doctoral prepared Clinical Nurse Specialist employed in both the academic setting and within the hospital organization. This affords me the ability to understand challenges, barriers, and successes of using simulation in both environments.
I have been utilizing simulation-based learning experiences (SBLE) since 2014. I have used manikin-based simulation within the health care organization (specifically the emergency department) to provide experiential learning for emergency nurses to enhance nursing practice without placing patients at risk. I have organized simulation scenarios both on adult and pediatric manikin simulators to reinforce nursing education of best practices in patient disease processes, patient safety, communication, and teamwork.
In academia, I use simulation with undergraduate nursing students both inside the classroom and within the simulation center. I have used high and low fidelity manikins and standardized patient SBLEs for nursing students to “practice” critical thinking, clinical decision-making, and psychomotor skills in a safe, controlled environment, without potential risk to a live patient. I have also worked inter-professionally with others using simulation to further promote the collaboration of teams. I am proficient in using the 3D (defuse, discovery and deepening) method for debriefing.
The primary focus of my scholarship has been utilizing simulation as a teaching/learning strategy to assist with critical thinking, communication, inter-professional collaboration, patient safety, and proficiency of skills.
In 2018, I obtained my Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) certification. Obtaining this certification not only validates my current use of simulation but additionally supports my dedication to seeking out new learning opportunities to further assist with the development of my simulation knowledge and expertise.
I have been a member of the Society of Simulation in Healthcare (SSIH) since 2014 and a member of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) since 2017. In addition, I have been chosen to participate in the 2020 Research Fellowship for INACSL.
Denise has presented at the IMSH and INACSL national conferences disseminating information from her experiences with simulation. Denise has also served as an abstract reviewer and led professor rounds for the IMSH annual conference.
Disclosure: No financial relationships with ineligible companies.