Publications

Below you will find various healthcare simulation research and scholarly articles that SimGHOSTS board members have helped to author.


Lance Baily BA, EMT:

Six Challenges Encountered in the Opening of a Multi-Institutional, Interprofessional Simulation Center. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 9(6), e219-e223. (Published online February 20, 2012) http://www.nursingsimulation.org/article/S1876-1399(11)00270-2/abstract . Baily, L., Bar-on, M., Yucha, C., & Snyder, S. J. (2012).

Putting It All Together: A Clinical Simulation Center that Is Multi-Disciplinary and Multi-Institutional. In Caputi: National League of Nursing Building the Future of Nursing. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer/ Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Chapter 6, pages 37-44. Yucha, C.B., Bar-on. M, Snyder, S., Frommer, D., & Baily, L. (2013).

Rachel Bailey:

Bailey, R., Taylor, R. G., Fitzgerald, M. R., Kerrey, B. T., Lemaster, T., & Geis, G. L. (2015). Defining the Simulation Technician Role. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare,10(5), 283-287.

Scott Crawford MD, CHSOS:

Crawford, S. (2016) Nail Removal. In S. J. Plavsic (Ed.), Urgent Procedures in Clinical Practice (pp.15-17) New Delhi: Jaypee.

Crawford, S. (2016) Excision of Thrombosed External Hemorrhoids. In S. J. Plavsic (Ed.), Urgent Procedures in Clinical Practice (pp.82-84) New Delhi: Jaypee.

Crawford, S. (2016) Thoracentesis. In S. J. Plavsic (Ed.), Urgent Procedures in Clinical Practice (pp.91-93) New Delhi: Jaypee.

Crawford, S. (2016) Paracentesis. In S. J. Plavsic (Ed.), Urgent Procedures in Clinical Practice (pp.100-103) New Delhi: Jaypee.

Crawford, S. (2016) Venous Cutdown. In S. J. Plavsic (Ed.), Urgent Procedures in Clinical Practice (pp.119-121) New Delhi: Jaypee.

Monks, S., Crawford, S. Bailey, R. & Fernandez, A. (2016, December) Bug Busters: Who you Gonna Call? Simulation in Healthcare. Simulation in Healthcare 11(6):425-509.

Monks, S., Crawford, S. & Stump, R. (2016, December) Training for Mass Casualties: It Doesn't Have to be a Disaster. Simulation in Healthcare. Simulation in Healthcare 11(6):425-509.

Crawford, S. & Monks, S. (2015, December). Pulmonary Edema Hack. Simulation in Healthcare. Simulation in Healthcare 10(6):392-485.

Crawford, S. & Monks, S. (2015, December). Hardware Voice Modulator for Reality Enhancement. Simulation in Healthcare. Simulation in Healthcare 10(6):392-485.

Crawford, S. Monks, S., Solomin D., & Greer V. (2015, July). Congratulations! You Are an MD, But Are You Ready for the ER? Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 16 (4.1).

Dr. Patrea Andersen:

Andersen, P., Horton, E., & Clarke, K. (2017). Improving health and safety in aged care using game based simulation.The Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal, 24 (7), p. 35.

Budd, N., Andersen, P., & Harrison, P. (2017). Enhancing student nurse preparation for paediatric practice. The Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal,24 (7), p.32.

Clarke, K., Andersen, P., & Loth, J. (2017). Immersive mental health simulation helps students with challenging conversations. The Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal, 24 (9), 36.

Andersen, P., Horton, E., & Clarke, K. (2017). Game based simulation: Improving health and safety in aged care, The Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal, 24(7), p35.

Loth, J., Penton, J., & Andersen, P. (2016). Acting 4 Health: A complimentary curricular approach for drama and healthcare studies. Journal of Applied Theatre Research, 4(3), 255-268.

Andersen, P., O’Brien, S. Cox. K., Watson, K. (2016). Simulated Hand for Blood Glucose Monitoring. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 12(11), 504-510.

Harrison, P. & Andersen, P. (2016). Simulation: Preparation of Bachelor of Nursing students for aged care practice. The Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal,23(7), 51.

Andersen, P., Downer, T., Loth, J. & Penton, J. (2015). Advances in midwifery simulation at USC. The Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal, 23(1), 43.

Levett-Jones, T., Andersen, P., Reid-Searl, K., Guinea, S., McAllister, M., Lapkin, S., Palmer, L., & Niddrie, M. (2015). “Tag team Simulation: An innovative approach for promoting active engagement of participants and observers during group simulations”. Nurse Education in Practice, p1-8 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2015.03.014

Loth, J., Andersen, P., Mitchell, P. (2015). Acting for Health: Effective actor preparation for healthcare simulations. Journal of Applied Theatre Research, 3(3), 285-296.

Smith, A., & Andersen, P. (2014). Simulation based assessment in paramedic education. Journal of Emergency Medical Services. September, p. 3-9.

Moxham, L., Brighton, R., Froggatt, T., Liersch, S., & Andersen, P. (2012). Stimulating and interest in mental health nursing. Australian Nursing Journal, 20 (1), 35.

Brown, R. A., Guinea, S., Crookes, P.A., McAllister, M., Levett-Jones, T., Kelly, M., Reid-Searl., Churchouse, C., Andersen, P., K., Chong, N., & Smith, A., (2012).Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand: Through the lens of an advisory group, The Collegian 19 (3), 177-186.