SSH SimVentors Showcase: Novel Simulation Platforms and Devices
Start time: Sunday, January 16, 2022, 4:00 PM End time: Sunday, January 16, 2022, 5:30 PM CE Hours: 1.50 Session Type: Live Educational Courses Session Sub Type: SimVentors Showcase Cost: $0.00
Content Category: Innovator
SimVentor Novel Simulation Platforms and Device Showcase. Featured presentations
1. Baclofen Pump Access and Refill Trainer
2. Web App to dynamically monitor CCF during cardiac resuscitation.
3. High-fidelity Trainer for Orthognathic Surgery
4. Medical Chaperone E-Learning Module with Virtual Reality Simulations
5. ARMS: Automated Rhythm Management Simulator
6. MiHeart: A novel task trainer for cardiac surgery skills development
7. Breast Biopsy and Ultrasound Skills Trainer (BBUST)
8. Cost-effective Reusable Intradural Catheter Trainer/Simulator
Co-Presenter: Guy Gilbert, MS, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Amarillo About the co-presenter: Guy C. Gilbert is the Assistant Director of SiMCentral at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Since 2009, he has worked and contributed within the field of healthcare simulation in an effort to expand its utilization and enhance outcomes. Guy is experienced in many aspects of simulation operations and instructional design. His ability to apply a diverse skill-set allows him to produce value through his work. His ingenuity and problem-solving skills have earned him the nickname Mac-GUY-ver. He moved to West Texas from Eastern New Mexico to pursue his interests, education and career growth. He completed a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and a Master of Science in Management from Colorado State University, with Specialization in Instructional Design. He completed a Bachelor at The University of Texas at El Paso in Multidisciplinary Study, with emphasis on Business and Information Technology. Guy is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist - Advanced (CHSOS-A), and a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) through the Society of Simulation in Healthcare. He has been recognized for his service and honored as a two-time recipient of the State of Texas’ Texans Caring for Texans Award. Guy enjoys outdoor activities with loved ones. His hobbies include trail running, kayaking, cycling, camping and fly fishing.
Co-Presenter: Larry Johnson, MSN, Mayo Clinic About the co-presenter: I currently serve as Operations Manager (OM) for the Experiential Learning Center (ELC) on the Florida campus of Mayo Clinic. The ELC includes a multidisciplinary simulation center, a procedural skills lab, and a virtual reality lab. These service lines support the educational needs of Mayo Clinic providers, staff, and allied health.
Co-Presenter: Harald Scheirich, Kitware Inc. About the co-presenter: Harald Scheirich is a staff R&D engineer on Kitware’s Medical Computing Team located in Arlington, Virginia. He has more than 20 years of experience practicing and managing software engineering under a variety of platforms and programming languages. He has a long history of applying technical expertise in architecting and developing for multiple platforms, including desktop, mobile applications, and web-based applications.
Harald is currently involved in a variety of medical software projects. He collaborates with others on the Medical Computing Team to design, develop, and improve medical image analysis, visualization, and simulation software. He also assists with extending and maintaining Kitware’s Pulse Physiology Engine, an open source human physiology simulator.
Prior to joining Kitware, Harald was a principal software engineer for SimQuest. He was the lead for SimQuest’s Medical Simulation and Training Architecture (MSTA), shepherding the standards process from design to a first proof of concept implementation. He was also the lead software architect for the open-source open surgery simulator (OpenSurgSim, OSS) project. For OpenSurgSim, he combined scientific research efforts with sound software engineering and crafted an advanced open-source platform that is well-engineered and widely accessible. He also implemented and maintained SimQuest’s Surface Wound Mapping™ software suite, the Exsanguinating Limb Simulator (ElSim™) hemorrhage-control system, the Pandemic Response and Rapid Trauma Training serious games, and worked on a variety of other pertinent projects. During his years at SimQuest, he was responsible for creating technological concepts and overseeing, implementing, and delivering multiple Phase I and II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants.
Co-Presenter: Yue Ming Huang, EdD, MHS, UCLA Health About the co-presenter: Yue Ming Huang, EdD, MHS is Associate Adjunct Professor of Anesthesiology and Education Director at UCLA Simulation Center. She has been serving in SSH for over 20 years, including as the first Education Chair for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, and the Chair of the Simulation Alliance Task Force to bring together stakeholders from different organizations to discuss collaborative educational initiatives. Her research interests are in active learning, teamwork and communication skills, and patient safety. She is a TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer and has earned a Lean and Quality Improvement Gold Certification from the Healthcare Improvement Institute at UCLA Health. She is also a Fellow of SSH Academy.
Co-Presenter: Ahmad Chaouki, MD, PhD, Ann & Robert H Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago About the co-presenter: I am a pediatric electrophysiologist interested in innovating our curricula in educating pediatric cardiology and EP fellows in different aspects of electrophysiology as well as pediatric residents in cardiology. Specifically I am working on developing curricula in pacemaker management.
Co-Presenter: Deborah Rooney, MAMS, PhD, University of Michigan About the co-presenter: Deb Rooney, PhD has over twenty-five years’ experience in medical education, with the last 14 focused on simulation-based education. Dr. Rooney is Associate Professor of Medical Education and the Director of Education and Research and Director for the 3D Innovations Lab for the Clinical Simulation Center for University of Michigan Medical School. Her interests include novel simulator development and research with an emphasis on assessment and measurement. Particular areas of focus include surgical education, validation processes associated with simulation-based education, and the application of modern measurement models for performance assessment.
Co-Presenter: Stormy Monks, BS, MPH, PhD, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso About the co-presenter: Stormy Monks, Ph,D., MPH, CHES is an Associate Professor/Research Scientist at Texas Tech University El Paso, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine - Department of Emergency Medicine - Training and Educational Center for Healthcare Simulation
Co-Presenter: Dr. Mary Sturgeon, BA, DMD, SimLEARN About the co-presenter: I have twelve years of experience working in dentistry in various roles, including private practice, state and private dental schools, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Indian Health Services, and the Veterans Administration. I have experience training and managing inter-professional teams, clinical research, and emergency management and disaster preparedness.
Co-Presenter: Mr Jesse Dove, BA, MBA, MHA, Mayo Clinic About the co-presenter: Conrad Dove is the IT Technical Specialist for the Mayo Clinic, J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center in Jacksonville, Florida. His professional background includes: Law enforcement, Medical Photography/Video, Clinical Application support/development and Medical Simulation. After serving in the U.S. Air Force for 12 years he earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Florida, followed by an m-MBA from the Florida Institute of Technology and is currently pursuing a Master’s of Health Administration from Grantham University. Any free time is divided between his wife of 18 years, their 4 children, and their organic farm.
Co-Presenter: Mr. Aaron Damon, BS, Mayo Clinic About the co-presenter: I assist in the simulation center with activities surrounding pre and post simulation events. I help with running all the simulation related equipment, performing routine maintenance on all Simulation Center equipment. I assist with data collection and documentation, troubleshooting technical issues, and assisting with inventory management.