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Oral Themed 6: Impact of Simulation on Learners

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

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Sami Collins, RSCN

Deputy Sister, Deputy SPRinT Nurse
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

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Daniel Aiham Ghazali

MD, PhD
Simulation Center, University of Paris-Diderot, Paris, France

Dr Daniel Aïham GHAZALI, MD, PhD
Emergency Department and EMS, University Hospital of Bochat, Paris, France
Simulation Center of Paris-Diderot University, Paris, France

Post Doctorate in SImulation
Reserach on teamwork and relationship between stress and performance

Teaching in the University of Poitiers (Pediatric Emergency) and in the University of Paris-Diderot (Emergency)

Publications in Education, Emergency, Critical care, and Pediatric journals

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Daniel Aiham Ghazali

MD, PhD
Simulation Center, University of Paris-Diderot, Paris, France

Dr Daniel Aïham GHAZALI, MD, PhD
Emergency Department and EMS, University Hospital of Bochat, Paris, France
Simulation Center of Paris-Diderot University, Paris, France

Post Doctorate in SImulation
Reserach on teamwork and relationship between stress and performance

Teaching in the University of Poitiers (Pediatric Emergency) and in the University of Paris-Diderot (Emergency)

Publications in Education, Emergency, Critical care, and Pediatric journals

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Robert M. Parker, DO

Pediatric Critical Care Fellow
Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children
Wilmington, Delaware

Dr. Rob Parker is a pediatric critical care fellow at Nemours/A. I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware, USA. He completed medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and a residency in Pediatrics at Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine, USA. His research interests include provider biometrics, and how providers experience stress in both real and simulated scenarios. He has created the International Medical Biometrics Collaborative in an effort to better understand these concepts, and further explore how we can improve patient care while limiting burnout. He will be continuing this research as an attending in Pediatric Critical Care at Baystate Medical Center this fall. This is his third IPSSW having previously presented in 2015 and 2017.

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Kesi C. Yang, MD

Neonatal-Perinatal Fellow
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Kesi Yang is a second year fellow in Neonatalogy at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She received her undergraduate and medical degrees from Yale University. She then completed her general pediatrics residency at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. During fellowship, she has focused on gaining expertise in simulation training and medical education.

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Cecilia Korb, MD, MSc

PICU Clinical Fellow, SPRinT Faculty
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

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Nicholas B. Slamon, MD

Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship Program Director
Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children
Wilmington, Delaware

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Helen Zhang, MD

Pediatric Resident
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Anne Ades, MD, MSEd

Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia

Anne Ades is a physician with a masters of medical education. She is the Director of Neonatal Education at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and is the Neonatology Associate Director in the Center for Simulation and Advanced Education. She is a Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Catherine Allan, MD

Associate Program Director - Simulator Program
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

Catherine Allan, MD is the Associate Program Director of the Simulator Program and Medical Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Boston Children’s Hospital. Over the last 10 years she has helped to develop a robust, interdisciplinary program in ECMO Simulation at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Allan has translated this model to other insitutions on both a National and International level to help these programs build new clinical ECMO Programs. She has published on the use of ECMO Simulation Skills Training and on clinical outcomes following ECMO support in the congenital heart disease population and has presented on ECMO simulation at multiple National and International Meetings.

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Catherine Allan, MD

Associate Program Director - Simulator Program
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

Catherine Allan, MD is the Associate Program Director of the Simulator Program and Medical Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Boston Children’s Hospital. Over the last 10 years she has helped to develop a robust, interdisciplinary program in ECMO Simulation at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Allan has translated this model to other insitutions on both a National and International level to help these programs build new clinical ECMO Programs. She has published on the use of ECMO Simulation Skills Training and on clinical outcomes following ECMO support in the congenital heart disease population and has presented on ECMO simulation at multiple National and International Meetings.

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Catherine Allan, MD

Associate Program Director - Simulator Program
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

Catherine Allan, MD is the Associate Program Director of the Simulator Program and Medical Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Boston Children’s Hospital. Over the last 10 years she has helped to develop a robust, interdisciplinary program in ECMO Simulation at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Allan has translated this model to other insitutions on both a National and International level to help these programs build new clinical ECMO Programs. She has published on the use of ECMO Simulation Skills Training and on clinical outcomes following ECMO support in the congenital heart disease population and has presented on ECMO simulation at multiple National and International Meetings.

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Catherine Allan, MD

Associate Program Director - Simulator Program
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

Catherine Allan, MD is the Associate Program Director of the Simulator Program and Medical Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Boston Children’s Hospital. Over the last 10 years she has helped to develop a robust, interdisciplinary program in ECMO Simulation at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Allan has translated this model to other insitutions on both a National and International level to help these programs build new clinical ECMO Programs. She has published on the use of ECMO Simulation Skills Training and on clinical outcomes following ECMO support in the congenital heart disease population and has presented on ECMO simulation at multiple National and International Meetings.

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Helena Sampaio, RSCN

PICU Senior Staff Nurse & Advanced Nurse Practitioner Trainee, SPRinT Faculty
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

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Craig Knott, MBBS, BA Hons (Oxon), MRCPCH

Clinical Fellow - PICU & SPRinT
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Knott graduated from his medical degree at Wadham College, University of Oxford, and University College London in 2005. He subsequently completed his training in General Paediatrics in London, England in 2015. He maintained an interest in Intensive Care Medicine during this training, and is now undertaking further training in intensive care including having undertaken a Fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto in 2016.
Dr. Knott joined the Royal Brompton's SPRinT simulation team in 2017, and has undertaken both the SPRinT Introductory Facilitators course and the Advanced Facilitators Course. Dr. Knott is developing his research interests in Simulation with the team including use of the innovative open chest model, team performance improvement through in-situ simulation, and quality CPR.

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Mary Lane, MB ChB, FRCA, MA Med Ed (ML)

Consultant Paediatric and Congenital Cardiac Anaesthetist, Director SPRinT Programme
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Mary Lane MBChB, FRCA, MA Med Ed
Consultant Paediatric & Congenital Cardiac Anaesthetist, Royal Brompton Hospital
Director SPRinT Programme

Dr Lane joined the SPRinT programme in 2009, developing and leading the expansion of the Mobile
SPRinT programme. She served as associate director in 2011 before becoming a Director in 2012. As
a director, she has helped lead the development of SPRinT into an internationally recognised and
national award winning programme.
Mary has a keen interest in medical education and human factor training, in particular using simulation with a focus
on adult learning techniques to enhance and consolidate learning. She is a graduate of the Harvard/Children’s Hospital
Boston Simulation Instructor Course (2010/11) and London Deanery Simulation Facilitation Training (2009). In 2015
she completed her Masters in Medical Education, awarded with distinction from the University of Bedfordshire.
Dr Lane is Chair of the Education Committee of the Association of Paediatric Anaesthetists since 2013 and a
council member of the Patient Safety Section of the Royal Society of Medicine since 2016. As Chair of Royal
Brompton’s Experts in Simulation Committee since 2015, she has overseen the implementation of several quality
improvement initiatives to promote safe in-situ simulation simulation.

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Margarita Burmester, MRCP FRCPCH FFICM MAcadMEd

Lead Consultant Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Founder & Director SPRinT Programme
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

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Catherine Allan, MD

Associate Program Director - Simulator Program
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

Catherine Allan, MD is the Associate Program Director of the Simulator Program and Medical Director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Boston Children’s Hospital. Over the last 10 years she has helped to develop a robust, interdisciplinary program in ECMO Simulation at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Allan has translated this model to other insitutions on both a National and International level to help these programs build new clinical ECMO Programs. She has published on the use of ECMO Simulation Skills Training and on clinical outcomes following ECMO support in the congenital heart disease population and has presented on ECMO simulation at multiple National and International Meetings.

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