SimGHOSTS 2018 USA

Event Date: 7/31/2018 - 8/3/2018

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SimGHOSTS is the affordable hands-on training & networking event for those operating medical simulation technology is now celebrating its 8th year in the US!

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University of Tennessee
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Pre-Symposium: July 31st, 2018
Symposium: August 1st-3rd, 2018

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Agenda
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
- 12:00 PM I Do Not Need Transportation or Car Parking on July 31 (Pre-Conference Workshops)
- 12:00 PM I Need Transportation Between the Hotel and Venue on July 31st (Preconference Worshops)
- 12:00 PM I will not a attend a pre-conference workshop
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM I Need Car Parking at the Venue on July 31st (Pre-Conference Workshops)
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM P1 CHSOS Readiness Review Workshop
Gain the confidence and knowledge you need to become a Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist (CHSOS) by attending the Society for Simulation in Healthcare's (SSH) new CHSOS Exam Review Workshop. Led by well-known, experienced simulation experts, this one-day course provides essential information on pursuing certification. 1. Learn the components of the certification process. The workshop introduction will focus on exam prerequisites, the application process and the study resources available. The casual format encourages interaction. 2. Identify your exam content strengths and weaknesses. The CHSOS exam blueprint will be the basis for discussion about the content. Instructors will focus on the five knowledge domains of the exam: concepts in healthcare and simulation, simulation modalities and technologies, healthcare simulation program practices/processes/procedures, professional role development, and instructional design theory. 3. Develop your personal action plan. At the close of the workshop, instructors will help you create a step-by-step action plan that includes a timeline, a list of study tools and resources, key dates and more. This course is available as a standalone option without attending the SimGHOSTS USA event. If you would like to register for this course only please contact support@simghosts.org
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM P2 CAD Design for Beginners
This is beginners, hands-on course designed to teach healthcare simulation technicians/ specialist how to use the power of Autodesk Fusion360 (CAD) to design or improve training devices for use in simulation scenarios. No previous experience using CAD or 3D printing is required. Course will focus on fundamentals and best practices with using the software. Skills covered will include Sketches, Rendering, Exporting for 3D printing, and more.
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM P3 Introduction to Moulage
Moulage improves the outcome of training by adding realism to health care scenarios and forcing participants to face realistic injuries and situations in a controlled learning environment. Moulage in nursing, medicine, paramedical and allied health simulations improves learning and take up of skills. During this introductory workshop we will teach techniques suitable for live role players or manikins. This workshop will cover simple techniques used to create injuries and the application and presentation of premade wounds.
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM P5 Full Day Moulage - Both Introduction to Moulage and Advanced Moulage Workshops - Save $50
Moulage improves the outcome of training by adding realism to health care scenarios and forcing participants to face realistic injuries and situations in a controlled learning environment. Moulage in nursing, medicine, paramedical and allied health simulations improves learning and take up of skills. During the introductory workshop we will teach techniques suitable for live role players or manikins. This workshop will cover simple techniques used to create injuries and the application and presentation of premade wounds. During the advanced workshop we will teach more advanced moulage techniques such as bone creation, freehand sculpting of more complex wounds, open fractures, skin flaps and problem solving.
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM P4 Advanced Moulage
Moulage improves the outcome of training by adding realism to health care scenarios and forcing participants to face realistic injuries and situations in a controlled learning environment. Moulage in nursing, medicine, paramedical and allied health simulations improves learning and take up of skills.  During this workshop we will teach more advanced moulage techniques. Prerequisite is the TraumaSim Moulage Course. Topics covered include bone creation, freehand sculpting of more complex wounds, open fractures, skin flaps and problem solving.
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM P6 Exploring Laerdal Software Applications - SimPad PLUS vs. LLEAP
Come learn about the solutions designed to meet the specific needs of your Simulation Lab. Focusing on the LLEAP and SimPad PLUS applications, participants will be able to identify the key differentiating functionalities of the two platforms and have the opportunity for hands-on exploration.
Wednesday, August 1, 2018
- 12:00 PM I Do Not Need Transportation or Car Parking on August 1st (Day 1)
- 12:00 PM I Need Transportation Between the Hotel and Venue on August 1st (Day 1)
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM I Need Car Parking at the Venue on August 1st (Day 1)
9:25 AM - 10:15 AM A1 Networked Audio Visual Systems - EMS
The presentation will explore how networking technologies and topologies are impacting audio-visual system design and implementation. Topics will include basic network architecture, types of video capture and recording devices, and developments in distributing audio and video signals over standard Ethernet networks.
9:25 AM - 10:15 AM A2 SimMan3G and SimMan Essential Fundamentals: Performing Updates
Focusing on SimMan 3G and SimMan Essential simulators, this hour-long session will demonstrate how to make required operating system, software and manikin updates to help ensure your simulators are always running at optimal levels. Maintaining the latest system versions is the foundation to keeping equipment available and ready when simulators are called into action.
9:25 AM - 10:15 AM A3 Under the Hood of Ares
This hands-on course will review the most common tips and tricks for identifying and resolving issues with patient simulators. Lessons learned can be put to use across the full array of patient simulators. This session will include mannequin troubleshooting, access, maintenance and tips.
9:25 AM - 10:15 AM A4 Measuring Competency Based Medical Education - Using Artificial Intelligence to Analyze Curriculum
A hands on demonstration and lecture on innovative Artificial Intelligence driven solutions for migrating medical education programs to a Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) model. Real world examples of the power of machine learning to harvest assessment data across multiple subsystems including education curriculum assessments such as BlackBoard and ExamSoft and active simulation based practice (including A/V). Automate data mapping against core competency measurements such as Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs), Body Systems, or Skills. Leverage existing data to create a machine learning driven proactive monitoring system for learner performance, creating learner remediation plans and reviewing individualized learner 'fingerprints' of competency mastery across all educational phases.
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM B1 Crack the Code: Utilizing Visual Basic to make Medication Labels and More
Simulated medications can be a large part of preparing for a simulation. At ZIEL we have developed a formulary and program to standardize and automate our medication labeling process, saving time and rework. This session will give an overview of the ZIEL process as well as have an opportunity to get familiar with the SimuLabels program code for troubleshooting. Each participant will leave with a copy of the medication program to implement in their facility. All skill levels welcome.
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM B2 Sculpting, Casting and Molding Workshop
This workshop is for more advanced moulage technicians who wish to create replicable silicone wounds In a 2 hour period we will cover: Products, tools and techniques to sculpt a simple wound Products and tools to create a reusable silicone mould from the sculpt Products and techniques to make a silicone cast from the mould. Participants will have time to create a small basic mould to keep. This workshop will not have adequate time to demonstrate painting of the finished product but will cover information on this process. We will be using skin safe silicones and professional grade products. The final cast from the participants mould is unlikely to be set in time for the completion of the session but will be available for collection later.
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM B3 3D Virtual Reality, 3D Printing, and Beyond: Novel simulation of the shoulder intraosseous infusion.
As shoulder intraosseous infusion (IO) popularity continues to rocket in clinical setting, more and more healthcare providers are being trained every day to provide proper shoulder IO procedure. Using CT scans from a cadaver, the University of Toledo (UT) have developed a 3D Virtual Reality (VR) rendering of proper and improper visualization of shoulder IOs. To help learners practice, UT developed 3D printed task trainers that can be attached to a common high fidelity simulators.
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM B4 From an Excellent Centre to a Centre of Excellence - Clinical Simulation in the Developing World
This workshop provides insight into how the 'Clinical Simulation' body of knowledge, and associated practices and beliefs held in developed countries requires translation to the contexts of the developing world. It also provides a unique insight into lessons being learned, challenges being faced and innovations developed, as one Centre edges towards international accreditation and excellence.
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM C1 AV 101: AV Concepts for the Non IT/AV Simulation Tech Specialist / The Rise of No-Code Platforms and the Democratization of Serious Game Solutions for Health
AV 101: AV Concepts for the Non IT/AV Simulation Tech Specialist This presentation will explore the basic concepts of Audio-Visual equipment and terminology, including managing different types of audio/video signals., interconnecting various types of audio-visual and medical equipment, working with monitor resolutions and configurations, and setting up a basic digital signage system to display daily events and photos. The presentation will conclude with an open discussion. The Rise of No-Code Platforms and the Democratization of Serious Game Solutions for Health No-code platforms are disrupting how we use game technology to solve health challenges. The rise of platforms that combine simple visual app building interfaces with powerful AR, VR and big data capabilities means anyone without coding knowledge can create serious game solutions for health. This democratization not only amplifies the generation of health data, but when paired with deep learning technology, turns these platforms into intelligent, predictive systems able to diagnose health issues.
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM C2 Custom Simulation Innovation: Designing your specific needs
Working in a simulation center requires a degree of resourcefulness and out of the box thinking to successfully meet all objectives. The need for simulation innovation in one's own department isrequired at almost all levels of simulation centers. During this presentation we will cover multiple innovation techniques, such as 3D prototyping, A/V setup, and molding and casting. To accompany our discussions we will showcase some of our own designs and solutions, and talk about the cost savings that result from homegrown creativity.
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM C3 'Touching' the Realistic Possibilities of Moulage
Just how real can moulage become when we strive for more? Discover how a process of trial and error and application of artistic skills has led to the creation of a variety of simulation teaching resources requested by faculty and clinicians.
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM C4 UTHSC CHIPS Tour
Tour the $36.7 million Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety, one of the largest freestanding buildings in the USA dedicated to healthcare simulation and interprofessional education. CHIPS provides a facility for students from all six colleges of UTHSC: Dentistry, Health SCiences, Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy and Medicine to train in simulation settings. Each floor of the building is dedicated to a different type of simulation-based training. The first floor has two large 12-bed skill labs and a simulated home environment. The second floor has a range of hospital environments and the third floor has consultations rooms and a community pharmacy setting where standardized patients are used. Small group guided tours will be provided by members of the CHIPS simulation team throughout the event.
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM C5 Kids- They're Not Just Tiny Adults: The Essentials for Pediatric Simulation
This program will cover details specific to pediatric simulation. Topics to be covered will include pediatric anatomy and physiology, pediatric equipment needs, as well as manikin and equipment modifications necessary to conduct realistic simulations in a healthcare environment.
3:30 PM - 4:20 PM C6 Mental simulation: an untapped and cost-effective resource to cultivate safe and accurate decision making / Preparing Students for a Better Simulation Experience
Mental simulation: an untapped and cost-effective resource to cultivate safe and accurate decision making Cognitive psychologists have demonstrated the effectiveness of mental simulation in other disciplines such as first responders and the military. This presentation explores the utility and limitations of mental simulation for healthcare provider training. Preparing Students for a Better Simulation Experience Novice faculty members tend to feel that the less you prepare students for a simulation the better their experience will be. In fact, the opposite is true. We will discuss barriers to learning during simulations and ways to enhance the pre-briefing to achieve better outcomes. This includes tips and tricks of the trade to allow your simulations to delve beneath the surface of learning and achieve higher levels of pedagogical understanding.
4:30 PM - 5:20 PM D1 Adding to AI. Patient profile design, expanding the intelligence of Patient Communication Simulators.
Building patient scenarios within the Patient Communication Simulator cloud-based program. Our program allows you create charts using google docs, build initial state for patient, create checklists, set up learner objectives, and many more features to include adding questions and responses specific to your design. Prior to SIMGHOST you will be provided with access to a patient profile, and cheat sheet to allow you to explore the ease of patient design.
4:30 PM - 5:20 PM D2 Absolute realism...no stickers
Why choose the Ventriloscope for your simulation stethoscope? The world may have become more high tech, but the anatomy and physiology of human beings hasn't changed. We have designed our simulation stethoscope called Ventriloscope to help learners identify abnormalities on patients, in association with human interactions. Our device is intentionally designed to be simple to use while providing the greatest technological reliability, at an affordable cost.
4:30 PM - 5:20 PM D3 Under the Hood of Lucina - CAE
This hands-on course will review the most common tips and tricks for identifying and resolving issues with patient simulators. Lessons learned can be put to use across the full array of patient simulators. This session will include mannequin troubleshooting, access, maintenance and tips.
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM No, I won't be attending the Redbirds game opening reception
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Yes! I will attend the Redbirds game opening reception
Thursday, August 2, 2018
- 5:00 PM I Do Not Need Transportation or Car Parking on August 2nd (Day 2)
- 12:00 PM I Need Transportation Between the Hotel and Venue on August 2nd (Day 2)
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM I Need Car Parking at the Venue on August 2nd (Day 2)
9:45 AM - 10:35 AM E1 DIY Simulated Patient Electronic Health Record: An Introduction
Do you have a need for an affordable Electronic Health Record (EHR) in your Simulation Center? If so, this presentation will demonstrate a fully functional DIY EHR customized to meet the unique needs of today's learners. Participants will have the opportunity to explore how, using basic web scripting languages such as HTML and PHP, a fully customizable EHR can be created with little or no experience at little to no cost. Plus, hear advantages of this solution over lower-fidelity EHR methods.
9:45 AM - 10:35 AM E2 Replacing IV tubing for pediatric manikins
In this presentation cost saving techniques that will keep pediatric manikin IV arms and trainers running appropriately will be discussed. Rather than purchasing new arms or trainers, simply replacing the tubing inside of these tools can be beneficial. This presentation will include identifying when to replace, strategies for extending the lifespan of pediatric manikin IV arms, and where to access resources.
9:45 AM - 10:35 AM E3 Your AV Integrated Sim Center, and How To Support It
So - you've made or are considering an investment into a fully integrated, full-featured sim center for observing, capturing, debriefing, distributing, and assessment of all the different simulation modalities that your center users can dream up, with all the bells and whistles. But that takes a lot of technology! How are you going to support it to keep it up and running?
9:45 AM - 10:35 AM E4 Staffing Overhaul in Simulation Centers
This presentation will involve discussing the importance of a staffing overhaul in simulation centers. Presenters will introduce a new method of staffing simulation centers that will provide professional growth and development to both educators and technologist.
9:45 AM - 10:35 AM E5 UTHSC CHIPS Tour
Tour the $36.7 million Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety, one of the largest freestanding buildings in the USA dedicated to healthcare simulation and interprofessional education. CHIPS provides a facility for students from all six colleges of UTHSC: Dentistry, Health SCiences, Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy and Medicine to train in simulation settings. Each floor of the building is dedicated to a different type of simulation-based training. The first floor has two large 12-bed skill labs and a simulated home environment. The second floor has a range of hospital environments and the third floor has consultations rooms and a community pharmacy setting where standardized patients are used. Small group guided tours will be provided by members of the CHIPS simulation team throughout the event.
9:45 AM - 10:35 AM E6 Preparing Students for a Better Simulation Experience / Benefits of Team-based Multi-level Professional Simulation Based Training
Benefits of Team-based Multi-level Professional Simulation Based Training Simulation is a well-established learning tool. This presentation describes the implementation of team based simulation involving nurses and doctors of varying seniority. All participants reported high levels of satisfaction with the course, despite differences in types of skills acquired during debriefing sessions. Knowledge was retained 6 months later and is still being applied clinically. Clear benefit is shown for participants and patient care. Preparing Students for a Better Simulation Experience Novice faculty members tend to feel that the less you prepare students for a simulation the better their experience will be. In fact, the opposite is true. We will discuss barriers to learning during simulations and ways to enhance the pre-briefing to achieve better outcomes. This includes tips and tricks of the trade to allow your simulations to delve beneath the surface of learning and achieve higher levels of pedagogical understanding.
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM F1 Enhancing Fidelity Through Sensory Perception
The intermediate moulage workshop aims to present innovative ways to bridge fidelity gaps of simulation experiences. This two part workshop will include a didactic session to review intermediate moulage techniques such as color theory in make-up application, set design, and innovative techniques for creating rashes and bruises. The hands on portion of this workshop will provide learners with the opportunity to practice applying printed samples of rashes and bruises.
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM F2 Raspberry Pi smart phone controlled open source media server for Simulation Labs
An introduction to the Raspberry Pi 3 platform and step by step workshop on how to install and configure the operating system and a smartphone to operate as a wireless simulation lab media server using open source software and smart phone applications. Raspberry Pi kit and accessories provided with this workshop.
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM F3 Sculpting, Casting and Molding Workshop
This workshop is for more advance moulage technicians who wish to create replicable silicone wounds In a 2 hour period we will cover: Products, tools and techniques to sculpt a simple wound Products and tools to create a reusable silicone mould from the sculpt Products and techniques to make a silicone cast from the mould. Participants will have time to create a small basic mould to keep. This workshop will not have adequate time to demonstrate painting of the finished product but will cover information on this process. We will be using skin safe silicones and professional grade products. The final cast from the participants mould is unlikely to be set in time for the completion of the session but will be available for collection later.
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM F4 Building a Winning TEAM with TeamSTEPS: A Novel Approach to IPE Simulation
This course covers the details of TeamSTEPPS with a focus on the integration of those principles into Interprofessional Education and Simulation. Utilizing the TeamSTEPPS program DYC has successfully made it a core requirement for all 8 of its individual health care programs and has developed IPE scenarios that focus on preparing students to become champions of collaborative practice.
11:15 AM - 1:00 PM F5 Poster Presentations and Innovation Showcase
Poster Presentations: Two Heads are Better than One: An Innovative Approach to Role Assignment in Healthcare Simulation Using an Online Response System to Maintain Engagement of Debriefing Room Observers During Clinical Simulation Using a Green Screen to develop Computer Based Simulated OSCE stations for National Board Examination De-Stressing the Workplace Innovation Showcase: A novel adapter for branching ECG signals to two monitors Fully immersive interactive 360 degree videos on your smartphone. Custom Simulation Innovation: Designing your specific needs Fully immersive interactive 360 degree videos on your smartphone. Printing Humerus IO for Metiman The Rise of No-Code Platforms and the Democratization of Serious Game Solutions for Health
3:40 PM - 4:30 PM G1 Parkview Mirro Advanced Simulation Laboratory Video In-Situ Debriefing System (VIDS)
3:40 PM - 4:30 PM G2 Taking hi-fidelity simulation from South Africa to Tanzania AND Simulation at 30,000 Feet: High Stakes, Critical Transport Evacuation Exercises
The most effective learning is through a combination of classroom teaching of content and simulator-based practicing. However, given the current high costs of travel to centres of high-fidelity simulation, especially for poorer countries, we decided to take the same training to these countries instead. In Oct 2017 we successfully transported our hi-fidelity paediatric simulators from South Africa to Tanzania to train 44 Anaesthetists on the MEPA (managing emergencies) course over 4 days.
3:40 PM - 4:30 PM G3 Use Materials you Already Have to Make Hybrid Simulations More Realistic / Simulation Care Affordability Project ( Sim C.A.P. )
Use Materials you Already Have to Make Hybrid Simulations More Realistic In hybrid simulations, we utilize standardized patients , task trainers and mannequins simultaneously. In this presentation, I will show you 5 examples of wearable moulage I have made for my sim center without spending a huge sum of cash. I will bring my creations for show and tell and also show you what I spent versus what it would have cost had I bought these items instead of making them myself. Simulation Care Affordability Project (Sim C.A.P.) In the past year I started a project called the Simulation Care Affordability Project or (SIM C.A.P.), which entails collecting expired/unused OR equipment and dispersing them back into several departments, (Simulation & Advanced Skills, Cleveland Clinic Medical School, American Heart Association (AHA) and Nursing. This presentation will describe the project operations and provide evidence of cost savings achieved.
3:40 PM - 4:30 PM G4 Teach What You Can, Recruit What You Cannot Teach
The need for simulation training has grown and with that growth, the need for skilled simulation technologist has increased. Simulation centers often struggle who to hire and what background to look for to fill a position that combines healthcare, audio visual, engineering, and information technology. Many simulation centers require a medical background before they require a background in technology. Simulation Center educators are clinically licensed to teach healthcare, but few have a technology background, so one would ask an obvious question of why simulation centers are requiring a background that any educator in the center could teach a technologist? This presentation will focus on the needs of a center and how to appropriately recruit a technologist that fits those needs.
3:40 PM - 4:30 PM G5 UTHSC CHIPS Tour
Tour the $36.7 million Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety, one of the largest freestanding buildings in the USA dedicated to healthcare simulation and interprofessional education. CHIPS provides a facility for students from all six colleges of UTHSC: Dentistry, Health SCiences, Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy and Medicine to train in simulation settings. Each floor of the building is dedicated to a different type of simulation-based training. The first floor has two large 12-bed skill labs and a simulated home environment. The second floor has a range of hospital environments and the third floor has consultations rooms and a community pharmacy setting where standardized patients are used. Small group guided tours will be provided by members of the CHIPS simulation team throughout the event.
3:40 PM - 4:30 PM G6 Evaluating Simulation Technology for Purchasing Decisions
Simulation professionals have significant influence or decision-making responsibilities regarding purchase of simulation technology. This interactive presentation details an approach to evaluating technology to ensure that the needs of all stakeholders are considered and that a strong business case exists for the purchase.
4:40 PM - 5:30 PM B5 Data Capture from Simulation Technology: What Can I Capture and How Can I Use It?
Learn about the data that is collected by different technologies found in a simulation centre, identify how to extract it and discover how it can be used for troubleshooting, research, budgeting, assessment, quality improvement and more.
4:40 PM - 5:30 PM H1 Virtual Field Trauma Triage
LVC sims are often difficult and expensive to setup and execute. Using VIR environment to simulate field triage training allows the participant(s) to explore throughout the virtual scene the size of approximately 1 city block and appropriately within the timeframes allowed and ensure they themselves remain safe on a scene with hazards embedded in the scenario. This virtual sim have a high turn around with no setup or teardown without sacrificing immersion. A mobile version is being developed.
4:40 PM - 5:30 PM H2 Experience and lessons learnt from Realistic Simulation events
Moulage expert Nola Pearce will share her tips, tricks and lessons learned in over 10 years involvement in planning and staging highly realistic simulations including: Plane, train and automobile accidents Industrial accidents Bushfire and natural disaster injuries Terrorist attacks Military injuries
4:40 PM - 5:30 PM H3 The Effect of Repeated Simulation Experience on Undergraduate Students' Self-Confidence / Sentinel Events and Simulation
The Effect of Repeated Simulation Experience on Undergraduate Students' Self-Confidence The purpose of the study was to explore the effect of repeated simulation experience post debriefing on the students' self-confidence. we applied new teaching methodology in nursing simulation, which is repeated simulation experience, then measure the students' confidence post debriefing. Sentinel Events and Simulation Using simulation to educate student nurses about the prevention of adverse and sentinel events is tremendously important. There is such a reliance on technology and systems that many nursing students and novice nurses cannot foresee how medical errors can occur. This lack of foresight and critical thinking can be corrected with experience and knowledge gained during simulation experiences. If you cannot imagine it happening, it is more difficult to prevent the error from occurring.
4:40 PM - 5:30 PM H4 Quick Tips for Implementing the PEARLS Framework in Your Debriefing
While it is an overstatement to say that debriefing is where the learning happens, having a plan and the skills needed to run a great debriefing can put your simulations on a whole different level. Operations specialists are playing an increasing role in every avenue of the design, implementation, and delivery of simulation events. Come learn the fundamentals of the PEARLS Debriefing Framework and add to your skillset to deliver high quality, efficient, and effective simulations!
4:40 PM - 5:30 PM H5 Associate Degree in Healthcare Simulation Technology: Standardizing the profession
WSU-Tech has inaugurated the first of its kind, comprehensive Associate of Applied Science degree in Healthcare Simulation Technology. The goal is to specifically train the next generation of simulation specialists across the board, in all aspects of simulation development, operation, and management. Topics include conceptualization, scope and intent, development, special skills, future applications, and articulation with Bachelor degree programs in Health Sciences and Education.
4:40 PM - 5:30 PM H6 UTHSC CHIPS Tour
Tour the $36.7 million Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety, one of the largest freestanding buildings in the USA dedicated to healthcare simulation and interprofessional education. CHIPS provides a facility for students from all six colleges of UTHSC: Dentistry, Health SCiences, Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy and Medicine to train in simulation settings. Each floor of the building is dedicated to a different type of simulation-based training. The first floor has two large 12-bed skill labs and a simulated home environment. The second floor has a range of hospital environments and the third floor has consultations rooms and a community pharmacy setting where standardized patients are used. Small group guided tours will be provided by members of the CHIPS simulation team throughout the event.
Friday, August 3, 2018
- 12:00 PM I Do Not Need Transportation or Car Parking on August 3rd (Day 3)
- 12:00 PM I Need Transportation Between the Hotel and Venue on August 3rd (Day 3)
7:30 AM - 12:30 PM I Need Car Parking at the Venue on August 3rd (Day 3)
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM I1 Programming with Trends and Handlers in LLEAP
LLEAP programming styles vary from person-to-person and may also depend on scenario complexity. The workshop will explore various programming methodologies including trends, handlers, images, labs, etc. Trends and Handlers are valuable but often overlooked tools for automating scenario progression and manikin responses. This workshop will take LLEAP users through the process of creating a 'semi-automated' scenario.*NOTE* Course participants MUST have experience programming scenarios in LLEAP. This course is not suitable for beginners.
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM I2 3D Virtual Reality, 3D Printing, and Beyond: Novel simulation of the shoulder intraosseous infusion.
As shoulder intraosseous infusion (IO) popularity continues to rocket in clinical setting, more and more healthcare providers are being trained every day to provide proper shoulder IO procedure. Using CT scans from a cadaver, the University of Toledo (UT) have developed a 3D Virtual Reality (VR) rendering of proper and improper visualization of shoulder IOs. To help learners practice, UT developed 3D printed task trainers that can be attached to a common high fidelity simulators.
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM I3 Building a Winning TEAM with TeamSTEPS: A Novel Approach to IPE Simulation
This course covers the details of TeamSTEPPS with a focus on the integration of those principles into Interprofessional Education and Simulation. Utilizing the TeamSTEPPS program DYC has successfully made it a core requirement for all 8 of its individual health care programs and has developed IPE scenarios that focus on preparing students to become champions of collaborative practice.
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM I4 The PADDIE+M approach to scenario development
PADDIE+M is an instructional design methodology developed by the US Navy from the popular ADDIE method and incorporates input from the entire delivery team, not just the educator. This workshop will describe the PADDIE+M process and then take participants through a preliminary plan for developing a scenario for their simulation program.
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM J1 L3HC Sponsored Panel: Professional Development & Standards for the Simulation Operations Specialist
Join an interactive panel discussion on the future of the simulation technology and operations profession.
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM J2 Raspberry Pi smart phone controlled open source media server for Simulation Labs $75
An introduction to the Raspberry Pi 3 platform and step by step workshop on how to install and configure the operating system and a smartphone to operate as a wireless simulation lab media server using open source software and smart phone applications. Raspberry Pi kit and accessories are provided for participants in this workshop.
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM J3 Effective Leadership and Management in Simulation Technology / A Practical Approach to Emotional Intelligence and Difficult Conversations
Effective Leadership and Management in Simulation Technology Does having a degree or certification make you professional? Does a management position make you a leader? Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists can be professionals and leaders regardless of their position title and resume. Professionalism, management and leadership are learned, demonstrated and achieved by making a conscious decision to hold ourselves to a behaviour standard during our tenure as healthcare simulation professionals. A Practical Approach to Emotional Intelligence and Difficult Conversations Emotional intelligence has been a hot topic in management and interpersonal communication circles for the last few years. Developing high levels of emotional intelligence has been shown to more directly map to individual and team performance. Start the path toward greater understanding of the role that emotions play in our work and communicative life with this practical course on applying basic skills to demonstrate emotional intelligence and navigate difficult conversations.
1:00 PM - 1:30 PM Yes! I Need Transportation to the Airport After the Conference