Traditional Poster Round

Poster

Traditional Posters Group 7: Research

5/16/2018
09:45 - 10:45
Location: The Gate, Atrium Level

Presentations:

Mohammad Bayoumi

Neonatology Fellow
Hamad Medical Corporation
Doha, Qatar

I am Dr. Mohammad Bayoumi, a Neonatal - Perinatal Fellow in Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Program at Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar. I have joined the fellowship program after completing my Master and Doctorate of medicine degrees from Al – Azhar University in Cairo, and Membership of the Royal College and Child Health (MRCPCH) from the United Kingdom (UK). Besides training pediatric residents and medical students, my clinical interests focus on neonatal resuscitation simulation, team training and debriefing, inter - professional education and strategies to improve neonatal procedural success rates among trainees and neonatal providers. I did not expect to get such support from my leaders who encouraged me to do my best in the fields of neonatology and simulation based education. I was given the trust to lead the Neonatal Simulation Program in my institute. I feel that it was a great chance to unlock my potential. In addition to that, I am the director of the Pediatric Communication Skills Simulation Course and Pediatric Central Line Simulation Course which are accredited by the Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners. I also participate as an Instructor in the Neonatal Emergencies Simulation Course, Neonatal Resuscitation Program and Communication Skills Course.
I have been elected to be a trainee representative in the Board of Directors of the International Pediatric Simulation Society (IPSS). I am also a member of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH). My aim is not only to learn but also to disseminate and to take what I have learned in this interesting field to the bedside. I am currently involved in research studies in the field of neonatal simulation.
I am pleased to be the manager of the Mobile Pediatric Simulation (MPS) which is a group of healthcare professionals who aim to demonstrate, implement and disseminate unique high quality pediatric simulation-based experience everywhere in the globe. We have conducted several pediatric and neonatal simulation sessions in many countries. They have drawn both local and regional participants. Our Director, Dr. Mostafa Elbaba got the best poster and the best oral presentation in IPSSW2017, so we hope for more in Amsterdam!

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Katharina Bibl

Pediatric Resident
Medical University of Vienna

My name is Dr. Katharina Bibl, I am a pediatric/neonatologic resident at the Medical University of Vienna and a member of the pediatric simulation team at the pediatric simulation center Vienna.

I was born March 11th 1990 in Linz, Austria and received my Medical Doctor degree at Medical University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany in November 2014. I started my clinical work as a pediatric resident at the Division of Neonatology, Pediatric Intensive Care and Neuropediatrics at the Medical University of Vienna in May 2015. Furthermore, I work for the pediatric simulation center doing research and regular simulation trainings for medical and nursing students and neonatal intensive care unit staff. Additionally, I am a certified European Resuscitation Council (ERC) instructor for newborn life support and member of „Netzwerk Kindersimulation“ (Network for Pediatric Simulation). In October I started my study for PhD in the field of „Clinical Neuroscience“ to investigate the influence of stress in different neonatal emergency situations. Together with my collegues from the simulation research team we attend and lead several workshops and conferences for pediatric and neonatal simulation trainings. Last year I won a poster price at the Neonatal Simulation conference in Southhampton, GB and our simulation team also won a "Patient safety award" for our pilot scheme "interprofessional pediatric simulation training " for medical and nursing students.

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Elsa Delheis

MD
Pediatric Department, Hospital of Niort, France

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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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Melissa Fussell, MD, MBA

Physician
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth
Lebanon, New Hampshire

Melissa Fussell, MD, MBA is a pediatric intensivist at the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock. She graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2009 while completing a Masters in Business Administration at the Citadel in 2008. During her time in the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics, Melissa began a pediatric resuscitation simulation program at Muhimbili Hospital in Tanzania. After graduating residency in 2012, she continued to work with the clinicians in Africa while completing her fellowship in pediatric critical care at Johns Hopkins. During fellowship, Melissa partnered with the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business and local physicians to develop a pediatric simulation curriculum at the Hospital de los Valles in Quito, Ecuador. Melissa continues to work with her colleagues in Africa and Ecuador and has recently started developing a neonatal simulation program in Kosovo with Action for Mothers and Children. She continues to deliver simulation education in New England both through participation in the ImPaCTs outreach program with local emergency departments as well as pioneering the Pediatric Critical Care Bootcamp Training Day for the departments of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

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Feray Guven

Simulation Educator
Acibadem University
Istanbul, Turkey

Name Feray Guven M.D
Specialty Pediatrician & neonatologist
Special interest Medical Simulation&Medical Education
Affiliated training centre Acibadem University – CASE(Center of Advanced Simulation and Education)Istanbul-Turkey
Education and training Medical Faculty(1978), child health and disease specialist (1983)
Hospital Appointment Studied at research hospital for thirty-four years.
Academic Appointment Instructor at Acibadem University and Vice Director of Simulation Training Center of the University.
Society Memberships
• Founder Member of Turkish Medical Simulation Association

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Baiba Ziemele, MD

Pediatric Resident
Children's Clinical University Hospital, Riga, Latvia

Baiba Ziemele, MD.
Resident in pediatrics and neonatology, Riga Stradins University, Faculty of Continuing Education, Latvia
Resident in Children's Clinical University Hospital, Riga, Latvia
In pediatric simulation since 2017, one of the author of " EUROPE Sim (EUropean Readiness fOr Pediatric Excellence using SIMulation) Latvia", "Implementation of pediatric emergency in situ simulations in Latvia "

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Reinis Balmaks, MD PhD

Pediatric Critical Care Attending
Children's Clinical University Hospital, Riga, Latvia

Reinis Balmaks, Dr. med. Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Skills and Medical Technology, Riga Stradins University; Consultant, Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Children's Clinical University Hospital, Riga.

Dr. Reinis Balmaks works in Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Clinical University Hospital and teaches medical students at Riga Stradins University. Dr. Balmaks earned medical degree at RSU in 2007. After medical studies he did residency in paediatrics at Children’s Hospital in Riga and then two fellowships in paediatric critical care medicine – at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, US, and Great Ormond Street Hospital, UK. In 2014 Dr. Balmaks earned Dr. med. at RSU. Currently, his research interests are paediatric intensive care epidemiology and outcomes and technology enhanced medical education. Dr. Balmaks studies more effective to improve educational experience and uses simulations as environment for clinical studies.

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Dereck Callaway PA-C, PA-C

Physician Assistant
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth

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Ellen Deutsch

Ellen S Deutsch, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP, CPPS serves as a Medical Director at the ECRI Institute and the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority. She is the Editor of the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Advisory and a Senior Scientist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She practiced as a Pediatric Otolaryngologist for in the Philadelphia area for 20 years before becoming the Director of PeriOperative Simulation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. After completing a Masters Degree in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety she accepted the position at ECRI Institute.

Dr. Deutsch received her MD from the University of Maryland, completed a residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Maryland, a fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at Children’s National Medical Center and a Master’s degree at Northwestern University.

Dr. Deutsch has held leadership roles in the American Bronchoesophagological Association, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, and other professional organizations in the fields of Otolaryngology and Simulation; authored more than 40 peer reviewed articles and more than 60 peer-reviewed chapters, editorials and reviews; and given more than 80 invited lectures. She has successfully developed innovative educational programs that leverage emerging technologies, such as simulation, to improve the skills and judgment of individuals and teams, and to enhance patient safety, provider satisfaction, healthcare quality, organizational resilience, and healthcare delivery systems.

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Ellen Deutsch

Ellen S Deutsch, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP, CPPS serves as a Medical Director at the ECRI Institute and the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority. She is the Editor of the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Advisory and a Senior Scientist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She practiced as a Pediatric Otolaryngologist for in the Philadelphia area for 20 years before becoming the Director of PeriOperative Simulation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. After completing a Masters Degree in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety she accepted the position at ECRI Institute.

Dr. Deutsch received her MD from the University of Maryland, completed a residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Maryland, a fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at Children’s National Medical Center and a Master’s degree at Northwestern University.

Dr. Deutsch has held leadership roles in the American Bronchoesophagological Association, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, and other professional organizations in the fields of Otolaryngology and Simulation; authored more than 40 peer reviewed articles and more than 60 peer-reviewed chapters, editorials and reviews; and given more than 80 invited lectures. She has successfully developed innovative educational programs that leverage emerging technologies, such as simulation, to improve the skills and judgment of individuals and teams, and to enhance patient safety, provider satisfaction, healthcare quality, organizational resilience, and healthcare delivery systems.

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Mostafa Elbaba, CHSE

Pediatric Nephrologist, Medical Educator, Simulation Director
Hamad Medical Corporation, Weill Cornell Medical College-Qatar & Mobile Pediatric Simulation
Doha, Qatar

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Mehmet Erhan. Sayali

Simulation Educator
Acibadem University Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey

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Julie Thomas

MD
Pediatric Department, University Hospital of Poitiers, France

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Madara Blumberga, BSN

Nurse in Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Children's Clinical University hospital, Riga, Latvia

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Matthew Braga, MD, MS

Physician
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth
Lebanon, New Hampshire

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Ellen Deutsch

Ellen S Deutsch, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP, CPPS serves as a Medical Director at the ECRI Institute and the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority. She is the Editor of the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Advisory and a Senior Scientist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She practiced as a Pediatric Otolaryngologist for in the Philadelphia area for 20 years before becoming the Director of PeriOperative Simulation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. After completing a Masters Degree in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety she accepted the position at ECRI Institute.

Dr. Deutsch received her MD from the University of Maryland, completed a residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Maryland, a fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at Children’s National Medical Center and a Master’s degree at Northwestern University.

Dr. Deutsch has held leadership roles in the American Bronchoesophagological Association, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, and other professional organizations in the fields of Otolaryngology and Simulation; authored more than 40 peer reviewed articles and more than 60 peer-reviewed chapters, editorials and reviews; and given more than 80 invited lectures. She has successfully developed innovative educational programs that leverage emerging technologies, such as simulation, to improve the skills and judgment of individuals and teams, and to enhance patient safety, provider satisfaction, healthcare quality, organizational resilience, and healthcare delivery systems.

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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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Michelle Granauer, MD, PhD

Physician
Hospital de Los Valles USFQ

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Catherine Laland

MD
Hygiene Department, University Hospital of Poitiers, France

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Reinis Upenieks, Mg. Psych.

Quality and Patient Safety consultant
Children's Clinical University hospital, Riga, Latvia

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Edward Mgelea, MD

Physician
Muhimbili National Hospital

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Jana Pavare, MD PhD

Associate Professor
Children's Clinical University Hospital, Riga, Latvia

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Sarah Thevenot

MD
Hygiene Department, University Hospital of Poitiers, France

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Pendo George, MD

Physician
Muhimbili National Hospital

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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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Nicole Torrey, MSN, RN, CNL, SANE-A

Nurse
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

Nicole Torrey, RN, MSN, CNL works in the Emergency Department at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center as the unit’s Clinical Nurse Leader. She is currently leading several quality improvement initiatives within the department while focusing on improving interprofessional and interdisciplinary communication with focuses on both the pediatric and behavioral health population. Nicole leads the departments clinical practice council and quality committees working to improve care by implementing evidence based practice and has been involved in the development of a simulated pediatric code cart training. She serves as a founding member and current Vice President of the Clinical Nurse Leader Association of Vermont and New Hampshire as well as the Trauma chair for the Emergency Nurses Association. Nicole is also a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner and treats patients that have been victims of sexual assaults, neglect, and physical abuse in both the adult and pediatric patients.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, hiking and doing anything outdoors.

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Ellen Deutsch

Ellen S Deutsch, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP, CPPS serves as a Medical Director at the ECRI Institute and the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority. She is the Editor of the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Advisory and a Senior Scientist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She practiced as a Pediatric Otolaryngologist for in the Philadelphia area for 20 years before becoming the Director of PeriOperative Simulation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. After completing a Masters Degree in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety she accepted the position at ECRI Institute.

Dr. Deutsch received her MD from the University of Maryland, completed a residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Maryland, a fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at Children’s National Medical Center and a Master’s degree at Northwestern University.

Dr. Deutsch has held leadership roles in the American Bronchoesophagological Association, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, and other professional organizations in the fields of Otolaryngology and Simulation; authored more than 40 peer reviewed articles and more than 60 peer-reviewed chapters, editorials and reviews; and given more than 80 invited lectures. She has successfully developed innovative educational programs that leverage emerging technologies, such as simulation, to improve the skills and judgment of individuals and teams, and to enhance patient safety, provider satisfaction, healthcare quality, organizational resilience, and healthcare delivery systems.

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Isabel T. Gross, MD PhD MPH

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellow
Yale University School of Medicine
New Haven, CT

Dr. Gross was born and raised in Germany. She earned her MD and PhD at the Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg, Germany. Thereafter, she started her pediatric residency in Germany and then moved to the United States to complete a pediatric residency and chief residency at the University of South Florida. During residency, she completed an MPH with a concentration on Disaster Management and Humanitarian Relief at the University of South Florida, Tampa. Dr. Gross is currently a pediatric emergency medicine fellow at Yale University School of Medicine. She is the Chair of the Scientific Review Committee of the INSPIRE pediatric research network as well as the Trainee Liaison of the Emergency Medicine Section, Society of Simulation in Healthcare. She has been active in simulation education and research for five years with a focus on community outreach simulations, tele-simulations, and international simulations.

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Matthew McNally, RRT

Respiratory Therapist
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center

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Ellen Deutsch

Ellen S Deutsch, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP, CPPS serves as a Medical Director at the ECRI Institute and the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority. She is the Editor of the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Advisory and a Senior Scientist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She practiced as a Pediatric Otolaryngologist for in the Philadelphia area for 20 years before becoming the Director of PeriOperative Simulation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. After completing a Masters Degree in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety she accepted the position at ECRI Institute.

Dr. Deutsch received her MD from the University of Maryland, completed a residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Maryland, a fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at Children’s National Medical Center and a Master’s degree at Northwestern University.

Dr. Deutsch has held leadership roles in the American Bronchoesophagological Association, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, and other professional organizations in the fields of Otolaryngology and Simulation; authored more than 40 peer reviewed articles and more than 60 peer-reviewed chapters, editorials and reviews; and given more than 80 invited lectures. She has successfully developed innovative educational programs that leverage emerging technologies, such as simulation, to improve the skills and judgment of individuals and teams, and to enhance patient safety, provider satisfaction, healthcare quality, organizational resilience, and healthcare delivery systems.

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Dean Jarvis, BSN, MBA, CCRP

Nurse
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth

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Andrea Aldrich, MSN,RN

Nurse
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth

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Briana L. White, MSN, RN, CPN, CCRN-K

Nurse Educator
Children's Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock
Wilmot, New Hampshire

Briana L. White MSN, RN, CPN, CCRN-K works at CHaD (Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock) as the Pediatric & PICU Clinical Nurse Educator. She graduated from UNH BSN program in 2012 Summa Cum Laude, and graduated from UNH’s MSN Evidenced-Based Nursing Program in 2013, while completing the NH MCH-LEND program (Maternal Child Health - Leadership in Neurodevelopment and other related disabilities) in 2013 focusing on clinical working with children with disabilities, family partnerships, and political advocacy. She is a member of SPN (Society of Pediatric Nursing), Sigma Theta Tau - Eta Iota & Sigma Psi Chapters, and the (AACN) American Association of Critical Care Nursing. She is a PALS instructor for DH, and enjoys sharing the knowledge of pediatric emergency response to professionals outside of the pediatric field as well. She started in CHaD on the pediatrics unit as a nurse resident, and this gives her unique perspective for other nurse residents making their way in their transition to independent nurse. She taught at UNH, and most recently at Colby-Sawyer College as the pediatric clinical instructor. She enjoys mentoring in the INBRE program (a student nursing research program), and promoting/conducting nursing research. She frequently participates in pediatric simulation, and has worked creatively with interdiscipinary teams to improve communication in the healthcare setting amongst disciplines. In her free time, she volunteers with NH Make-A-Wish, serves as a committee member on the Commission of Government Affairs for the NHNA (New Hampshire Nurses’ Association), loves writing, and going for walks with her husband and chocolate lab, Moose. She has a passion for nursing education, advocacy, mentorship, critical thinking, promoting a positive culture, personal and professional growth.

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Ellen Deutsch

Ellen S Deutsch, MD, MS, FACS, FAAP, CPPS serves as a Medical Director at the ECRI Institute and the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority. She is the Editor of the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Advisory and a Senior Scientist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She practiced as a Pediatric Otolaryngologist for in the Philadelphia area for 20 years before becoming the Director of PeriOperative Simulation at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. After completing a Masters Degree in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety she accepted the position at ECRI Institute.

Dr. Deutsch received her MD from the University of Maryland, completed a residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Maryland, a fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology at Children’s National Medical Center and a Master’s degree at Northwestern University.

Dr. Deutsch has held leadership roles in the American Bronchoesophagological Association, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, and other professional organizations in the fields of Otolaryngology and Simulation; authored more than 40 peer reviewed articles and more than 60 peer-reviewed chapters, editorials and reviews; and given more than 80 invited lectures. She has successfully developed innovative educational programs that leverage emerging technologies, such as simulation, to improve the skills and judgment of individuals and teams, and to enhance patient safety, provider satisfaction, healthcare quality, organizational resilience, and healthcare delivery systems.

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