Research Abstract Oral Presentations: Simulation Methodology
Start time: Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 8:00 AM End time: Tuesday, January 26, 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: In Situ Simulation to Assess the Current State of Cardiac Arrest Care in the Pregnant Patient; Virtual Simulation Sessions: Implementation, Feasibility, Ease of Use, and Personal Preference; Making the Virtual a Reality during a Pandemic: Improving Learning Opportunities in Medical Education through Virtual Reality Simulation; Analysis of Learner Questions Posed During Project DOCC Simulation Experiences; Patient Experience Training for Non-Clinical Staff Using Simulated Patients
Co-Presenter: Dr. Lulu Sherif Mahmood, MD, Father Muller Medical College About the co-presenter: In the year 2014, Lulu who was Associate Professor in Anesthesiology at Fr Muller Medical College, Mangalore, India was entrusted by the Dean to assist in setting up a Skill lab at her Institute. In April 2015 , the final agreement was signed to initiate the setting up of a comprehensive Simulation Centre. By September 2015, a dedicated team of faculty was formed who completed their first training in November 2015. The Centre was officially inaugurated in March 2016. Since then there was no looking back for Lulu. Under her leadership, the first Healthcare Simulation CME was organised on March 5th 2016 on the first birthing manikin of South India. Her passion for healthcare simulation grew such that she requested for being relieved from the clinical duties of her parent anesthesia department by May 2016. In June 2016, she completed the Bristol Advanced Simulation Instructor Masterclass from UK under Dr David Grant. The medical and nursing undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum was integrated with Simulation the same year and Fr Mullers was the first college in the country to do so. Presently the centre conducts Simulation Educator Faculty Development Programs and recruits more facilitators. The centre also conducts Simulation based research. She was instrumental in getting the first ever HPSN INDIA conference to Mangalore in December 2016. The Centre also hosted the International Ultrasound Simulation conference USIMCON INDIA in February 2018.
She was able to get the centre AHA accredited and till date continues as the training centre coordinator for AHA courses. She is also a BLS, ACLS and PALS certified instructor. As the Academic In-charge of the Centre, various skill and simulation workshops were organised and conducted over the last few years. She completed her Certification as Healthcare Simulation Educator in January 2018 and was the first applicant from India to be a CHSE, She has been a Resource faculty and Mentor at various state, national and international conferences and is a strong advocate for Simulation based education. She is an Advisory member of Rajiv Gandhi University for Health Sciences and Kerala University of Health Sciences for setting up Simulation Centres in government colleges of the Indian states of Karnataka and Kerala. She is a TeamSTEPPS Master trainer. She is also a Master trainer for Healthcare Communication by the Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organisation of India. She has been appointed as the Quality Manager for training at Fr Muller Hospital and has been organising and conducting various simulation enhanced patient safety programs for the healthcare workers of the hospital. She has also successfully completed the National Health Education and Training in Simulation Program by Monash University, Australia in the year 2018.
She is presently Professor in Anesthesiology and Head of Healthcare Simulation Education at her Institute. She has completed her International Fellowship in Leadership in Interprofessional Education and Research by FAIMER Institute at Manipal, India under the mentor-ship of MFILIPE Director, Dr Ciraj Ali. She is presently pursuing her Masters in Healthcare simulation and patient safety at National University of Ireland at Galway.
Her journey has been supported by a proactive administration, an excellent team of mentors, colleagues and encouraging family & friends.
Disclosure: No financial relationships with ineligible companies.