Traditional Poster Round

Poster

Traditional Posters Group 8: Ideas and Works in Progress

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

Presentations:

Tiffany S. Gwartney, DNP, ARNP, NNP-BC

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
Saint Petersburg, Florida

Tiffany Gwartney, DNP, ARNP, NNP-BC is a full time assistant professor at The University of South Florida, part time neonatal nurse practitioner (NNP) at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, and researcher. Dr. Gwartney graduated with her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing in 2010, and her Doctorate of Nursing Practice, also from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing in 2015.

Her research interests include simulation and the management of high-risk newborns in the delivery room, education, neonatal diabetes, and role transition for novice NNPs. Her doctoral scholarly project was titled, "Designing a Cyclical Continuing Education Program with Simulated Neonatal Resuscitation Skills Practice for Neonatal Nurse Practitioners". Dr. Gwartney is implementing and working towards publishing her scholarly work with the hope that other neonatal intensive care units (NICU) will adopt similar practices for regular resuscitation skill practice programs. Dr. Gwartney has had several opportunities to speak internationally regarding the benefits of deliberate, routine practice of high acuity, low-volume skills.

She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau (Iota Chapter) and is actively involved in several neonatal professional organizations: Florida Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners [president], Council of International Neonatal Nurses [education committee member], National Association of Neonatal Nurses [member], and The American Academy of Pediatrics [member].

Dr. Gwartney enjoys traveling for pleasure but has also found herself working triage in a children’s clinic located in the remote village of Zapote, Guatemala, as well as teaching NICU nurses in Shanghai, China. Her enthusiasm for teaching continues to be evident in her role as an active Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) instructor.

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Alexandra Leader, MD, MPH

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician and Global Health Associate Professor
Eastern Virginia Medical School

Alexandra Leader, MD, MPH is the Director of Global Health and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Eastern Virginia Medical School and attending physician in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia. Her global health work has been primarily focused on capacity-building and maternal-infant resuscitation training in Latin America, and specifically in the Dominican Republic, during recent years.

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Luis Moya-Barquin

PICU Hospital General San Juan de Dios
Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala
Guatemala City, Guatemala

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Helen Toop, MBBS, BSc, MRCPCH

Paediatric Registrar
Royal Brompton Hospital, London

Dr Helen Toop qualified from King's College London. She is currently undertaking training as a paediatrician and works at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London. She has a special interest in paediatric respiratory medicine and leadership. In particular how clinical leadership can be taught to doctors in training. She enjoys travelling and seeing how healthcare systems differ across the world.

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Dejan Vlajnic

Consultant
PICU GFO Kliniken Bonn
Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

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Karen Michelle Ardisson, MSN, RN, ACNP-BC

Assistant Professor
Vanderbilt University

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James Burhop, DO

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Attending Physician
Children's Hospital of the Kings Daughters, Norfolk, VA

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Anthea Peters

Consultant
University Children's Hospital of Bonn

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Michael Shepherd, MD

Director of Starship Child Health - Medical and Community and Paediatric Emergency Specialist,
Starship Child Health, Auckland, New Zealand

Dr MIKE SHEPHERD MBChB, FRACP (Paed Emerg), MPH
Mike is the Director of Child Health – Medical and Community at Starship Children’s Hospital,
Auckland, New Zealand.
Mike is a paediatric emergency specialist and he runs the Starship Simulation Programme.
Mike has a focus on Simulation faculty training, quality and safety, clinical outcomes, evidence based practice in Paediatric
Emergency Medicine and paediatric injury prevention.

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Joel Clingenpeel, MD, MPH, MS.MEdL

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Attending Physician
Children's Hospital of the Kings Daughters, Norfolk, VA

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Sven Dannemann

Nursing officer
Asklepios Children’s Hospital in Sankt Augustin

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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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Maria Overstreet, PhD, RN

Associate Professor
Vanderbilt University

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Sami Collins, RSCN

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

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Ralf Nickut

Director
GRC Education Center Dusseldorf

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Michael Shepherd, MD

Director of Starship Child Health - Medical and Community and Paediatric Emergency Specialist,
Starship Child Health, Auckland, New Zealand

Dr MIKE SHEPHERD MBChB, FRACP (Paed Emerg), MPH
Mike is the Director of Child Health – Medical and Community at Starship Children’s Hospital,
Auckland, New Zealand.
Mike is a paediatric emergency specialist and he runs the Starship Simulation Programme.
Mike has a focus on Simulation faculty training, quality and safety, clinical outcomes, evidence based practice in Paediatric
Emergency Medicine and paediatric injury prevention.

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Michael Shepherd, MD

Director of Starship Child Health - Medical and Community and Paediatric Emergency Specialist,
Starship Child Health, Auckland, New Zealand

Dr MIKE SHEPHERD MBChB, FRACP (Paed Emerg), MPH
Mike is the Director of Child Health – Medical and Community at Starship Children’s Hospital,
Auckland, New Zealand.
Mike is a paediatric emergency specialist and he runs the Starship Simulation Programme.
Mike has a focus on Simulation faculty training, quality and safety, clinical outcomes, evidence based practice in Paediatric
Emergency Medicine and paediatric injury prevention.

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Cecilia Korb, MD, MSc

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

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Michael Shepherd, MD

Director of Starship Child Health - Medical and Community and Paediatric Emergency Specialist,
Starship Child Health, Auckland, New Zealand

Dr MIKE SHEPHERD MBChB, FRACP (Paed Emerg), MPH
Mike is the Director of Child Health – Medical and Community at Starship Children’s Hospital,
Auckland, New Zealand.
Mike is a paediatric emergency specialist and he runs the Starship Simulation Programme.
Mike has a focus on Simulation faculty training, quality and safety, clinical outcomes, evidence based practice in Paediatric
Emergency Medicine and paediatric injury prevention.

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Ajay Desai, MBBS, DCH, DNB (Paed), FRCPCH

Consultant Paediatric Intensivist
Royal Brompton Hospital

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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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Michael Shepherd, MD

Director of Starship Child Health - Medical and Community and Paediatric Emergency Specialist,
Starship Child Health, Auckland, New Zealand

Dr MIKE SHEPHERD MBChB, FRACP (Paed Emerg), MPH
Mike is the Director of Child Health – Medical and Community at Starship Children’s Hospital,
Auckland, New Zealand.
Mike is a paediatric emergency specialist and he runs the Starship Simulation Programme.
Mike has a focus on Simulation faculty training, quality and safety, clinical outcomes, evidence based practice in Paediatric
Emergency Medicine and paediatric injury prevention.

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