Award Candidate Poster Presentation

Poster

Award Candidate Research Posters - Innovations

5/16/2018
09:45 - 10:45
Location: Jupiter 1&2

Presentations:

Christopher J. Lancaster, MBChB, BSc

Doctor
Princes of Wales hospital, United Kingdom

Dr Christopher J. Lancaster MBChB, is completing his medical foundation training at the ABMU Health Board in South Wales, UK. Prior to studying medicine he obtained a 1st class BSc honours degree from the University of Leeds in Sports Science and Physiology followed by a funded position to pursue research interests in areas of exercise physiology. He then went on to study medicine at the University Of Warwick. He was accepted on to an academic foundation program which has allowed him to continue his interest in clinical teaching alongside his medical training.

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Sandhaya Parekh, RN, BScN, MN

Interprofessional Education Specialist
Hospital for Sick Children
Oakville

Sandhaya Parekh, RN, MN is an Interprofessional Education Specialist working in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit, Pre-op Unit, Sedation Program and Medical Day Care Unit at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada. Sandhaya graduated from the University of Toronto, Canada with both her BScN and MN degrees. As an interprofessional educator, she focuses on new nursing staff orientation, continuing education and education curriculum design. One of her interests is using simulation as a knowledge translation tool in providing in-situ continuing education for interprofessional staff. Over the last year, she led the education design and hospital wide implantation of a Pediatric Sepsis Protocol. Sandhaya is a winner of the Grace Evelyn Simpson Reeves Award for Nursing Excellence in Innovation 2017 for her work on the sepsis project as well as the SickKids President’s Award (Sepsis team award) for innovating drive to impact.

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David L. Rodgers, EdD, EMT-P, NRP, FAHA

Manager, Clinical Simulation Center
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

David Rodgers is the manager of the Clinical Simulation Center at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. He earned his doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from Marshall University. Clinically, he is a national registered paramedic with over 30 years’ experience. Dr. Rodgers has a wide range of simulation experience. He was the founding director of a large teaching-hospital simulation center, helped expand the capabilities of an established pediatric simulation center, and operated his own simulation education consulting company.

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Elaine L. Sigalet, PhD, MN,RN

Adjunct Professor; Independent consultant
University of Calgary
Doha, Qatar

ELAINE SIGALET RN, BSCN, MN, PHD
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES

EMERGENCY ROOM NURSE 25+ YEARS
DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION AT SIDRA MEDICAL AND RESEARCH CENTER 2013-16-OPENED OUTPATIENT CENTER USING INTERPROFESSIONAL SIMULATION BASED MODEL OF EDUCATION
VERY ACTIVE IN GLOBAL HEALTH IN AFRICA: HELPING BABIES BREATHE AND HELPING MOTHERS SURVIVE IN TANZANIA
EMERGENCY TRIAGE ASSESSENT AND TREATMENT COURSE IN MALAWI

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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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Jenilea Thomas, RN, MSN, CPNP

Director Community Advance Practice Providers
Baylor College of Medicine

Jenilea Thomas (RN, MSN, CPNP AC/PC) is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and the Director of Community Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Advance Practice Providers at Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children’s Hospital. She is very involved in developing community pediatric intensive care units and the rapid response system through education, research, and simulations. She has presented at various national and international conferences on rapid response system and advance practice provider development. She played a vital role in establishing the first community PICU for Texas Children’s and mostly recently with a second location. She is the community chair for the Houston chapter of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, and a member of society of critical care medicine and NAPNAP.

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Aarti C. Bavare, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor
Baylor College of Medicine

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Melissa Heywood

Clinical Nurse Consultant and Simulation Educator
Victorian Paediatric Palliative Care Program and Simulation Program, Royal Children's Hospital, Australia

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Hans J. Hinssen, Dipl.Ing.

Simulation Technologist
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Hershey, Pennsylvania

My name is Hans J. Hinssen. As a certified simulation technologist - CHSOS - and engineer at the Penn State Health Cinical Simulation Center in Hershey / Pennsylvania, one of the tasks is to look out for low cost simulation solutions, which allow to raise the level of realism. This particular request came from my manager Dr. David L. Rodgers. The task was to add automatic chest rise externally back to Gaumard Code Blue patient simulators. This frees the instructor during his teaching session from the distraction of continously watching and manually adjusting the airtank level of the patient simulator. To remain low budget - under $100 - all but one item are readily available items in a hospital. The task was achieved within a few hours. Beneficial in this context was previous experience from years in clinical engineering and as an allied healthcare professional.

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Oliver Post, MBchB

Doctor
Prince of wales hospital

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Tricia Tieleman, BScN, RN, Pg Dip

Clinical Nurse Facilitator
Sidra Medical, Qatar

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Erin Vandeven, RN, BScN, MN

Interprofessional education specialist
Hospital for Sick Children

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Natasha Afonso, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor
Baylor College of Medicine

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Alison Dodds, RN, BScN, MEd

Simulation Educator
The Hospital for Sick Children

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Cara B. Doughty, MD, MEd

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Simulation
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

I am currently an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, Medical Director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Simulation Center, and Co-Director of the PEM fellowship. I also serve as a member of the IPSS Board of Directors. My interests lie in medical education and the use of simulation to improve medical education, especially related to resuscitation and patient safety.

I have created and directed multiple simulation curriculums over the past 10 years, reaching thousands of learners. Courses include multidisciplinary ED in situ simulation; PediStepps, a simulation-based course on pediatric resuscitation for Houston Fire Department, which has trained over 1500 EMTs and paramedics, with funding from the Cullen Foundation for Healthcare and City of Houston. In addition, I lead PEM fellows simulation training, and have received educational grants to study rapid-cycle deliberate practice for multidisciplinary teams. Procedural simulation programs include intern procedural skills training, and chest tube workshops (also grant-funded). I am involved in the INSPIRE network, and served as site PI for the QCPR leaderboard study. I have presented workshops and lectures locally, nationally, and internationally on simulation-related topics.

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Clare Polley

Medical Education Officer
The Royal Children's Hospital

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Elin Powell, MBchB, BSc

Doctor
Prince of Wales Hospital

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Ian Wishart, MD

Faculty Director Interprofessional Education, Emergency Medicine
University of Calgary, Alberta Children's Hospital, Alberta, Canada

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Meredith Allen, FRACP, FCICM, PhD

Director of Medical Education, Clinical Lead Strategy and Improvement
The University of Melbourne

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Cara B. Doughty, MD, MEd

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Simulation
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

I am currently an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, Medical Director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Simulation Center, and Co-Director of the PEM fellowship. I also serve as a member of the IPSS Board of Directors. My interests lie in medical education and the use of simulation to improve medical education, especially related to resuscitation and patient safety.

I have created and directed multiple simulation curriculums over the past 10 years, reaching thousands of learners. Courses include multidisciplinary ED in situ simulation; PediStepps, a simulation-based course on pediatric resuscitation for Houston Fire Department, which has trained over 1500 EMTs and paramedics, with funding from the Cullen Foundation for Healthcare and City of Houston. In addition, I lead PEM fellows simulation training, and have received educational grants to study rapid-cycle deliberate practice for multidisciplinary teams. Procedural simulation programs include intern procedural skills training, and chest tube workshops (also grant-funded). I am involved in the INSPIRE network, and served as site PI for the QCPR leaderboard study. I have presented workshops and lectures locally, nationally, and internationally on simulation-related topics.

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Norman Lufesi, Clinical Officer

RI/ETAT Manager Community Health Sciences
Lilongwe Minister of Health, Malawi

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Tessy Thomas, DO MBE

Assistant Professor
Baylor College of Medicine

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Julie Watson, RN BScN, MSN NP

Nurse Practitioner
Hospital For Sick Children

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Cara B. Doughty, MD, MEd

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Simulation
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

I am currently an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, Medical Director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Simulation Center, and Co-Director of the PEM fellowship. I also serve as a member of the IPSS Board of Directors. My interests lie in medical education and the use of simulation to improve medical education, especially related to resuscitation and patient safety.

I have created and directed multiple simulation curriculums over the past 10 years, reaching thousands of learners. Courses include multidisciplinary ED in situ simulation; PediStepps, a simulation-based course on pediatric resuscitation for Houston Fire Department, which has trained over 1500 EMTs and paramedics, with funding from the Cullen Foundation for Healthcare and City of Houston. In addition, I lead PEM fellows simulation training, and have received educational grants to study rapid-cycle deliberate practice for multidisciplinary teams. Procedural simulation programs include intern procedural skills training, and chest tube workshops (also grant-funded). I am involved in the INSPIRE network, and served as site PI for the QCPR leaderboard study. I have presented workshops and lectures locally, nationally, and internationally on simulation-related topics.

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Mary McAllister, RN (EC), BScN, MHSc, PhD, NNP (BC)

Associate Chief, Nursing Practice
Hospital for Sick Children

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Satid Thammasitboon, MD, MHPE

Associate Professor
Baylor College of Medicine

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Roger Correia, RRT, BSc, MHS(c)

Simulation Educator
The Hospital for Sick Children

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Cara B. Doughty, MD, MEd

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Simulation
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

I am currently an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, Medical Director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Simulation Center, and Co-Director of the PEM fellowship. I also serve as a member of the IPSS Board of Directors. My interests lie in medical education and the use of simulation to improve medical education, especially related to resuscitation and patient safety.

I have created and directed multiple simulation curriculums over the past 10 years, reaching thousands of learners. Courses include multidisciplinary ED in situ simulation; PediStepps, a simulation-based course on pediatric resuscitation for Houston Fire Department, which has trained over 1500 EMTs and paramedics, with funding from the Cullen Foundation for Healthcare and City of Houston. In addition, I lead PEM fellows simulation training, and have received educational grants to study rapid-cycle deliberate practice for multidisciplinary teams. Procedural simulation programs include intern procedural skills training, and chest tube workshops (also grant-funded). I am involved in the INSPIRE network, and served as site PI for the QCPR leaderboard study. I have presented workshops and lectures locally, nationally, and internationally on simulation-related topics.

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Cara B. Doughty, MD, MEd

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Simulation
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

I am currently an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, Medical Director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Simulation Center, and Co-Director of the PEM fellowship. I also serve as a member of the IPSS Board of Directors. My interests lie in medical education and the use of simulation to improve medical education, especially related to resuscitation and patient safety.

I have created and directed multiple simulation curriculums over the past 10 years, reaching thousands of learners. Courses include multidisciplinary ED in situ simulation; PediStepps, a simulation-based course on pediatric resuscitation for Houston Fire Department, which has trained over 1500 EMTs and paramedics, with funding from the Cullen Foundation for Healthcare and City of Houston. In addition, I lead PEM fellows simulation training, and have received educational grants to study rapid-cycle deliberate practice for multidisciplinary teams. Procedural simulation programs include intern procedural skills training, and chest tube workshops (also grant-funded). I am involved in the INSPIRE network, and served as site PI for the QCPR leaderboard study. I have presented workshops and lectures locally, nationally, and internationally on simulation-related topics.

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