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Workshop 21: Use of 360 degree movies in pediatric emergency courses for lay persons

Wednesday, May 16
15:15 - 16:45
Location: Universe 2

Course Goal or Outcome: : 360 degree movies hold a lot of promises to enhance the training of people in Basic Life Support (BLS), especially laypersons, that might benefit from a richer presentation of cases than is done usually in Pediatric Basic Life Support (PBLS) courses. The 360 degree movies allows for focusing on non-technical aspects and context factors of importance for effective PBLS attempts that may be difficult to teach in a traditional classroom setting

In this workshop we will provide participants with the opportunity to try out the goggles presenting three different 360 degree movies: Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (FBAO), Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and convulsions. We will engage participants in a discussion about potentials and limitations of this technology for training of PBLS.

Outcome:
Participants are able to discuss advantages and limitations of using 360 degree movies in teaching PBLS.
Participants know, what kind of hard-and software is needed to use 360 degree movies in teaching


Learning Objectives: : Knowing about advantages and limitations of using 360 degree movies in teaching PBLS.
Participants know, what kind of hard-and software is needed to use 360 degree movies in teaching.
Participants know, how you can combine hands on training with 360 degree movies

Intended Audience: : Novices to virtual reality and 360 degree movies, interested in combining this technology with other teaching methods.


Relevance to the Conference: : With this workshop the audience will be introduced to a new way of teaching PBLS. We will engage participants in a discussion about potentials and limitations of this technology for training of PBLS.

Workshop Timeline: : Plan for the workshop
05 min Introduction to the workshop and the faculty
10 min Background on using 360 degree films in PBLS teaching
30 min Group exercise part 1 and discussion
05 min Rotation time
30 min Group exercise part 2 and discussion
10 min concluding discussion

Duration = 90 minutes





Camilla Birgitte. Soerensen, MD

Research assistent
Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES)
Frederiksberg, Denmark

Camilla Birgitte Sørensen, MD since 2017, is currently researching the use of virtual reality in paediatric first aid courses for layperson. Camilla works at the Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES) and as a junior doctor in the Emergecy Department. Earlier she has been working with studies in Tourette's syndrome and have a passion for EM and education. Camilla is a ScanFOAM team member and can be found on twitter as @Camillabirgitte.

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Camilla Birgitte. Soerensen, MD

Research assistent
Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES)
Frederiksberg, Denmark

Camilla Birgitte Sørensen, MD since 2017, is currently researching the use of virtual reality in paediatric first aid courses for layperson. Camilla works at the Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES) and as a junior doctor in the Emergecy Department. Earlier she has been working with studies in Tourette's syndrome and have a passion for EM and education. Camilla is a ScanFOAM team member and can be found on twitter as @Camillabirgitte.

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Asbjørn Hasselager, MD

PhD student
Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES) and University of Copenhagen. Denmark
Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, Denmark

Asbjørn Hasselager, MD PhD student. Copenhagen Academy for Medical education and Simulation. Denmark
Junior resident in Paediatrics

1. Hasselager AB, Lauritsen T, Kristensen T, Bohnstedt C, Sønderskov C, Ostergaard D, et al. What should be included in the assessment of laypersons' paediatric basic life support skills? Results from a Delphi consensus study. Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med. BioMed Central; 2018 Jan 18;26(1):9.
1. Hasselager AB, Børch K, Pryds OA. Improvement in perinatal care for extremely premature infants in Denmark from 1994 to 2011. Dan Med J. 2016 Jan;63(1):A5182.

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