Upcoming Webinar: "Protecting Your Moulage Patients from Becoming Real Patients"
"Protecting Your Moulage Patients from Becoming Real Patients"
James Colquitt, PhD, RRT-ACCS, EMT
Date: February 23rd, 2pm - 3pm EST
While many of us have used makeup personally, seen others use makeup or both, we may be putting our moulage victims at risk when the practice this art. The protection of live simulated patients is the responsibility of the educator, the operations specialist, and the patient. This presentation will address both the common and the uncommon areas of risk moulage patients are placed while providing a means of protection and treatment should an incident occur.
Define three objectives you intend the audience to achieve by the end of your presentation: On completion of this webinar the participant will be able to:
- List and describe specific risks involved with the use of moulage.
- Describe how to recognize and treat anaphylaxis, and burns resulting during the application of moulage.
- Outline steps to be taken to minimize liability to simulation labs and facilities hosting simulated experiences.
About the Presenter:
James Colquitt earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Respiratory Therapy from Georgia State University in Atlanta, his Master of Education in Instructional Technology from Georgia College in Milledgeville, and his PhD in Workforce Education from the University of Georgia in Athens. Dr. Colquitt has worked in critical care, emergency medicine, and trauma care for 20 years. He is credentialed as an ATLS Educator and Course Coordinator through the American College of Surgeons, as well as an ACLS, PALS, and BCLS regional faculty member/instructor through the American Heart Association. Most recently he has earned his CHSOS through the SSiH and his NREMT through the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.
Dr. Colquitt currently serves as a medical simulation specialist at Mercer University School of Medicine and Navicent Health both in Macon Georgia. In this role he is restructuring two simulation centers and the associated curricula while conducting research on educational practices and developing innovative methods for training in the simulated setting.
Dr. Colquitt is a self-professed nerd when it comes to technology and training always searching for innovative ways to meld the two. He is an active responder to emergencies within the hospital serving as coach to the team leaders as he works to improve patient care by improving team dynamics.