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Oral Themed 5: Curriculum Design

5/15/2018
11:00 - 12:30
Location: Neptune 1&2

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Alison Belfitt, MBChB

Neonatal Registrar
Birmingham Women's Hospital, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Dr Alison Belfitt (MBChB)
Dr Belfitt is a senior paediatric registrar in the West Midlands deanery in the United Kingdom. She was as a Simulation Fellow at New Cross Hospital in 2015-2016, and as well as faciliating multiple regional courses and in-situ simulation sessions she developed and implemented the SUDIC Sim course - a dedicated day of education on the child death and SUDIC (Sudden Unexpected Death of Infant/Child) process.

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Maria Carmen G. Diaz, MD, FAAP, FACEP

Medical Director of Simulation
Nemours Institute for Clinical Excellence, Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
Wilmington, DE

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Parag Jain, MD, FAAP

Assistant Professor
Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

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Jennifer Lutz Cifuni, MD

Resident, Pediatrics
Stony Brook Children's Hospital
Stony Brook, New York

Dr. Cifuni, DO is a senior pediatric resident at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital in New York. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania. Dr. Cifuni worked at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in New York followed by her medical school training at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. During her medical training, Dr. Cifuni developed her interest in simulation-based education and will return to participate in the Simulation Olympics in New York City just before completing her residency this June. Dr. Cifuni will then start her position as Chief Pediatric Resident at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital in July 2018.

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Marijke J. Mitchell, RN, BN, PgD Advanced Clinical Nursing (Paeds), (Paed Int Care), MN

PhD Candidate
The University of Melbourne, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
Williamstown, Victoria, Australia

Ms. Marijke Mitchell BN (Deakin); MN (Melb), Royal Children’s Hospital, The University of Melbourne, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia.

Marijke has worked in the field of paediatrics for the past 25 years in a variety of nursing and education roles and has extensive experience working with children and young people with neurodisability. Marijke is currently the project lead for numerous clinical, quality and training projects for Neurodevelopment and Disability at The Royal Children’s Hospital and is a Lecturer in the Masters of Nursing program at The University of Melbourne. Marijke completed a Simulation Fellowship with the Royal Children’s Hospital Simulation Program in 2017 and currently is a PhD candidate developing a simulation training program for staff to manage clinical aggression in young people with neurodisability.

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Mubasheer Ahmed, MD

Assistant Professor
Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine

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Mark Cicero, MD

Director, Pediatric Disaster Preparedness
Yale, CT

Mark X. Cicero MD, FAAP is an associate professor of pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) at the Yale School of Medicine, and director of the pediatric disaster preparedness program. Dr. Cicero is the principal investigator for the Pediatric Research In Disaster Education (PRIDE) network, which has been funded by the US federal agencies Emergency Medical Services for Children and the Agency for Healthcare research and quality. He has been appointed to the National Biodefense Safety Board, and chairs the pediatrics committee of the National Association of EMS Physicians.

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Ashley D. Holt, MBChB BMedSc MRCPCH

Paediatric Simulation Fellow
New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton
Birmingham, England, United Kingdom

Dr Ashley Holt - MBChB, BMedsc (Healthcare Ethics and Law)
Ashley is a Paediatric Simulation Fellow working at New Cross Hospital in the West Midlands region of the United Kingdom. The post is in its third year and has been presenting work both nationally and internationally during that time. Ashley is currently in Paediatric training in the West Midlands and became interested in simulation as a candidate when seeing the benefits it brought to the team and how it combined with existing interests in education. Other areas of interest include General Paediatrics and inter-speciality working. He is undertaking a Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Simulation at the University of Birmingham to supplement the Simulation Fellow post.

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Rahul S. Panesar, MD

Associate Professor, Pediatrics
Stony Brook Children's Hospital
Stony Brook, New York

Dr. Rahul Panesar is an Associate Professor at Stony Brook Children's Hospital in New York. He is a intensivist who practices Critical Care Medicine in the pediatric ICU. Dr. Panesar also is the director of the Pediatric Simulation Program, which offers a variety of high-fidelity and in-situ simulation sessions to residents, nurses, therapists and medical students.

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Katrina Williams, PhD

Professor
The University of Melbourne, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Justin Elhoff, MD

Assitant Professor
Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine

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Fiona Newall, PhD

Professor
The University of Melbourne, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Travis Whitfill, MPH

Research Scientist
Yale University School of Medicine, CT

Travis Whitfill is an Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Pediatrics. His background began in molecular biology and biochemistry, after receiving scientific training at the MD Anderson Cancer Center and Duke University. He is the co-founder of several additional startup companies, including a Connecticut-based microbiome company, Azitra Inc. He brings strong background in entrepreneurship and business, and is also a partner in a venture capital fund, Bios Partners, bringing experience in public markets, drug development, and venture capital investments.

His research interests are in pediatric emergency medicine and health policy and to improve pediatric acute care across the United States.

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Aarti C. Bavare, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor
Baylor College of Medicine

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Barbara M. Walsh, CMQ/OE, PMP, MD

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Director, In Situ and Mobile Outreach Simulation
Boston Medical Center, Boston University School of Medicine
Lexington, Massachusetts

Barbara Walsh is a Clinical Associate Professor in Pediatrics (PEM) at Boston Medical Center, BU School of Medicine. She started her career at UMASS PED ED where, during her time there she created a simulation program for the community called COMET: community outreach mobile education training. In this program she used simulation to train community providers on better care of critically ill children. This pilot program served as a segue for a multi-institutional collaborative called ImPACTS – Improving Pediatric Acute Care Through Simulation. This group was funded by R Baby, a private foundation, and were able to study and compare the care provider to acutely ill children across a spectrum of EDS (PEM and community). This work has been published in several journals and multiple national and international workshops have been given on this topic. Barbara is part of INSPIRE the international network of simulation-based pediatric innovations in research and education. She is a simulation expert having taken advanced simulation courses at the Center for Medical Simulation in Charlestown, MA program as well as with Laerdal. She was the Director of Pediatric Simulation at UMASS, then the director at Cohens Children’s medical center and currently the Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine In Situ and Mobile Simulation. She also is part of the PRIDE group – Pediatric Research In Disaster Education which has created and implemented a pediatric disaster curriculum for prehospital providers as well as created a serious game, 60 seconds to survival. At BMC she is working on creating an outreach network with community sites, community health centers and with local EMS services.

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Colin White, RN

Code Grey Coordinator
Royal Children's Hospital
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Jenni Sokol, MBBS, FRACP, FCICM, MHPE

Clinical Lead in Simulation and Neonatologist, Paediatric, Infant, Perinatal Emergency Retrieval Service, Victoria
Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, The University of Melbourne
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Jenni Sokol (FRACP, FCICM, MHPE, GCCS) is the Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) Head of Simulation and has been involved in Simulation-based Education for the past 14 years. She has led the RCH Simulation Program and the Simulation Team since its commencement in June 2015, focusing on training to improve patient safety, management of the deteriorating patient, and communication within teams and with families and patients, to improve clinical outcomes across the hospital. Jenni also works as Consultant Neonatologist with the Victorian Paediatric, Infant, Perinatal, Emergency Retrieval (PIPER) Service at the RCH and is trained in Neonatology and Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine.

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