Start time: Friday, January 22, 2021, 2:00 PM End time: Friday, January 22, 2021, 3:00 PM 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: Resilience in the midst of a Pandemic: In Situ Simulation to Evaluate COVID-19 Preparedness at a Pediatric Health System in New England; Just-in-time Interprofessional Covid-19 Intubation Training Improves Healthcare Team Preparedness; Simulating Safe Airway Management Practice in Pediatric Cardiac Icu Patients with Covid Infection; No Time to Train? The Use of Simulation to Develop a Pathway and Deliver Training for Emergency Surgery in Maternity During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Co-Presenter: Dr. Greta Mitzova-Vladinov, DNP, University of Miami About the co-presenter: Dr. Vladinov has earned Bachelors Degree in Science of Nursing from California State University Northridge (2001), Masters in Science of Nursing with Specialty in Anesthesia from Florida International University (2006) and a Doctoral of Nursing Practice from University of Miami (2013).
Dr. Vladinov has been serving as the Associate Program Director of the Nurse Anesthesia Program at University of Miami (UM) School of Nursing and Health Studies since 2014 and holds dual appointment as an Assistant Professor of Clinical and staff CRNA, UHealth Department of Anesthesia. She is involved in numerous interprofessional and interdisciplinary initiatives across the university. Her joint work with faculty from UM Miller School of Medicine covers topics such as the effects of transcatheter aortic valve replacement on cerebral oxygenation, safe central venous access, and anesthesia for supraventricular ablations.
Her academic interests are in the area of students’ clinical performance evaluation and the impact of visual thinking strategies on student’s performance.
Dr. Vladinov has completed the simulation instructor course with the Institute for Medical Simulation, Boston, MA, and is Certified Health Care Simulator Educator (CHSE). She has been involved with planning, conducting and evaluation of nurse anesthesia students’ simulation education for over 7 years. She is one of the founders of the simulation subcommittee with the Education committee of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists and has planned and presented on nurse anesthesia students’ simulation education during the Assembly of Didactic and Clinical Faculty 2019. She has served as abstract reviewer and as faculty for Professor Rounds: Learner Assessment during IMSH 2019, as well as reviewer with the SSH Research Committee to determine the Most Influential Articles in Healthcare Simulation (2017-2018)
Disclosure: No financial relationships with ineligible companies.