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Oral Themed 10: Extending Simulation-Based Education to Stakeholders

5/16/2018
11:00 - 12:30
Location: Neptune 1&2

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Grace L. Ker, MD

Physician
Pediatric Critical Care
New Hyde Park, New York

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Sharon Mascarenhas

Simulation Educator
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Sharon Mascarenhas , Simulation Educator , MSN CHSE at Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences .
In the last few years I have used simulation extensively in the areas that I was involved in right from training students in the speciality of midwifery and gynecology nursing to continous professional development programmes for healthcare professionals .
I have developed and run courses for various simulation based courses on life threatening emergencies at schools , communication and infection control for healthcare professionals which were very well received within the middle east .
Currenly as a simulation educator at MBRU , I am involved in designing and implementing simulation in selected curriculums among undergraduate medical students ,post graduate dental residents and in Community Engagement opportunities involving simulation .

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Normaliz Rodriguez, MD

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellow
Children's Minnesota
Minneapolis

Normaliz Rodriguez, MD, FAAP is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellow at Children’s Minnesota. Originally from Miami, Florida, she completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Miami. Dr. Rodriguez earned her medical degree at Universidad Central del Caribe in Puerto Rico in 2012 and then completed a Pediatric Residency Program at the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Science Campus in 2015. She went on to work as an Instructor of Clinical Pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine and an Assistant Attending Pediatrician at NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital and Komansky Children’s Hospital. While at Weill Cornell Medicine she was involved in simulation education, teaching residents, nurses and families. She created the Simulation Discharge Planning Committee and was the Director of the Simulation-Based Discharge Program. Working closely with a multidisciplinary team she created a simulation-based educational program for caregivers of children with new tracheotomies as well as developed nursing educational initiatives to support the program. In 2017 she won the Partnership Award from the Institute for Patient and Family Centered Care for her collaboration with the Family Advisory Council to design and implement an innovative program to improve care for patients and their families. She maintains privileges as a Visiting Fellow in Pediatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine where she continues to collaborate on research and program development, while further expanding the program to Children’s Minnesota.

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Daniel Cannone, DO

Physician
Cohen Children's Medical Center

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Helen Henderson

Lead Simulation Educator
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences

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Manu Madhok, MD

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Attending Physician
Children's Minnesota
Minneapolis

Manu Madhok, MD is a pediatric emergency medcine attending physician at Children's Hospital in Minnesota, USA. He has been doing Simulation Based Medical Eduction and Procedural training for last 10 years for medical students, residents, fellows, nurses and paramedics.He has served as the co-chair of the Reasearch committee for IPSS from 2014-17 and was on the planning committee for IPSSW 2016 in Glasgow. He is involved in a wide variety of simulation based research studies.

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Vaishali Jha, MD

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Attending Physician
Children's Minnesota
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Deema Majjan

Senior Executive - Academic Support & Learning Resources
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences

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Linda Siegel, MD

Physician
Cohen Children's Medical Center

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Ian Ballard

Manager - Simulation Center
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences

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Spencer Pruitt, MD

Pediatric Intensivist
Children's Minnesota
Mineapolis, Minnesota

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Cheryl Taurassi, MD

Physician
Cohen Children's Medical Center

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Brianna O'Connell, MS, CCLS

Child Life Specialist II - Simulator Program
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, MA

Brianna brings over 15 years of experience working with children, and their families, to support positive coping skills and healthy development through preparation, education and play. Since starting at Boston Children's Hospital in 2007, Brianna has worked in various locations including Hematology/Oncology, Clinical and Translational Science Unit and most recently the Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit (MSICU). In addition to her role supporting patient and family coping, Brianna has provided leadership, education and training on child development and coping to staff and students throughout the hospital and area colleges. Brianna’s education experience also includes 5 years as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, responsible for therapeutic programming as well as staff training and education.

Brianna holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy and a Master of Science in Child Life and Family Centered Care.

Since 2016, Brianna has been working with her SIMPeds colleagues and partners from throughout the Boston Children's Hospital community, using her unique expertise and experience to lead our efforts in Preparing You: Simulation for Patients, Families and Caregivers.

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Brianna O'Connell, MS, CCLS

Child Life Specialist II - Simulator Program
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, MA

Brianna brings over 15 years of experience working with children, and their families, to support positive coping skills and healthy development through preparation, education and play. Since starting at Boston Children's Hospital in 2007, Brianna has worked in various locations including Hematology/Oncology, Clinical and Translational Science Unit and most recently the Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit (MSICU). In addition to her role supporting patient and family coping, Brianna has provided leadership, education and training on child development and coping to staff and students throughout the hospital and area colleges. Brianna’s education experience also includes 5 years as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, responsible for therapeutic programming as well as staff training and education.

Brianna holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy and a Master of Science in Child Life and Family Centered Care.

Since 2016, Brianna has been working with her SIMPeds colleagues and partners from throughout the Boston Children's Hospital community, using her unique expertise and experience to lead our efforts in Preparing You: Simulation for Patients, Families and Caregivers.

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Meghana Sudhir

Simulation Educator
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences

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Rich Ormonde

Simulation Educator
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences

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Erum Khan

Simulation Educator
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences

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Abi Sayed

Simulation Technologist
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences

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Brianna O'Connell, MS, CCLS

Child Life Specialist II - Simulator Program
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston, MA

Brianna brings over 15 years of experience working with children, and their families, to support positive coping skills and healthy development through preparation, education and play. Since starting at Boston Children's Hospital in 2007, Brianna has worked in various locations including Hematology/Oncology, Clinical and Translational Science Unit and most recently the Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit (MSICU). In addition to her role supporting patient and family coping, Brianna has provided leadership, education and training on child development and coping to staff and students throughout the hospital and area colleges. Brianna’s education experience also includes 5 years as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, responsible for therapeutic programming as well as staff training and education.

Brianna holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreational Therapy and a Master of Science in Child Life and Family Centered Care.

Since 2016, Brianna has been working with her SIMPeds colleagues and partners from throughout the Boston Children's Hospital community, using her unique expertise and experience to lead our efforts in Preparing You: Simulation for Patients, Families and Caregivers.

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