Start time: Monday, January 25, 2021, 8:00 AM End time: Monday, January 25, 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: Learner Assessment of an Ocular Tonometry Task Trainer; Development of a Safety-focused High-fidelity Simulation Training Course for Real-time Ultrasonography-guided Central Venous Catheterization: An Evidence-based Skill Training Course According to the “do No Harm” Principle; International Mixed Methods Study on the Usability of a 2nd Generation Vr Sterile Catheter Insertion Game; Does a Simulated Stethoscope Complement Cardiopulmonary Knowledge and Confidence in Doctor of Physical Therapy Students?; Simulation-based Mechanical Ventilation Curriculum for Multilevel Learners in an Internal Medicine Residency Program – a Pilot Study
Co-Presenter: Michele Sumler, MD, Emory University About the co-presenter: Michele L. Sumler, MD, is Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at Emory University where she directs the Department of Anesthesiology's Simulation Program. She is also an active found founding faculty member of Emory University School of Medicine's CORE (Co-Mangement of OR emergencies) program. This program involves interdisciplinary, high fidelity simulation. She is also the fellowship Program Director of the Cardiac Anesthesia Fellowship at Emory University. She also has research interests in virtual simulation.
Disclosure: No financial relationships with ineligible companies.