Award Candidate Poster Presentation

Poster

Award Candidate Research Posters - Research

5/15/2018
09:45 - 10:45
Location: Saturn 1&2

Presentations:

Luize Bidina, MD

Pediatric resident
Children's clinical university hospital, Riga, Latvia
Riga

Dr. Luize Bidina - 3rd year pediatric and children cardiology resident in Children's Clinical University Hospital in Riga, Latvia. Luize is a 2nd year PhD student in Riga Stradins University and her research field is arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathies. Sha has also worked as a senior house officer in the department of cardiology in Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
Luize initiated pediatric in situ simulation project in Latvia in 2016. It was a challange to use it as a training tool as well as perform research simultaneously, because in situ simulations were a novelty for the medical staff in Latvia. Her team is satisfied with the outcome of the project and hope that in near future their volunteer work will result in a permanent training method in Latvia.

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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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Sara I. Jones, BA, EMT-B*

Medical Student
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Sara Jones, BA, is a second year medical student at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Certified as an EMT for 6 years, she has a longstanding interest in resuscitation. In her first year of medical school, she was exposed to simulation as a tool to answer complex research questions in this area. Since then, she has enjoyed her initial foray into simulation research alongside the guidance of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center team. She looks forward to continuing working alongside such accomplished mentors on simulation studies that can help elucidate ways to improve post-cardiac arrest outcomes.

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Klas Karlgren, PhD

Senior researcher
Karolinska Institutet & the Södersjukhuset hospital, Stockholm Sweden, and the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences
Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden

Klas Karlgren is a senior researcher at Karolinska Institutet (a medical university) and the Södersjukhuset hospital (the “South central hospital”) in Stockholm, Sweden. He is also an associate professor at the SimArena simulation center at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences in Bergen, Norway. He holds a Ph.D. (2003) in human-machine interaction and his research lies in the areas of medical education and especially simulation and technology-enhanced learning.

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Rachel Umoren, MB.,BCH, MS

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle Children's Hospital

Dr. Rachel Umoren is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington, Seattle, U.S.A. Her focus as a clinician-educator is on the development and evaluation of educational technologies for health professional education to enhance patient safety and improve the performance of healthcare teams. She is working to expand access to online simulation-based training for health providers and families in rural and underserved communities, improving neonatal care in underserved populations through immersive learning via telesimulation and mixed reality.

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Katherine Couturier, MD, MPH

Resident Physician
Yale-New Haven Emergency Medicine

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Elizabeth Hunt, MD, MPH, PhD

Associate Professor
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

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Fredrik Larsson, MD

Neonatologist
Department of Neonatology, Sachs' Children and Youth Hospital, Södersjukhuset

Fredrik Larsson
Pediatrician, Neonatal Fellow, Simulator instructor at CEPS
Sachsska Children- and Youth Hospital
Stockholm South General Hospital
Karolinska Institutet
I am a Swedish physician and simulator Instructior från Stockholm. My current focus and interest in simulation is the use of high fidility simulation with video assisted feedback in CRM training.

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Anita A. Thomas, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital
Seattle, WA

Anita A. Thomas, MD MPH is a pediatric emergency medicine attending physician at Seattle Children's Hospital and is an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA, USA.Her simulation interests are pediatrics based and include trainee education, procedural education, and use of simulation education in low resource settings.

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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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Megan Gray, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital

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Italo Masiello, Associate professor

Head of the Education and Innovation Center, Södersjukhuset, Stockholm
Karolinska Institutet & Södersjukhuset, Stockholm, Sweden

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Rajavee Panchal, MD

Researcher
Yale School of Medicine Department of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

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Reinis Upenieks, Mg. Psych.

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

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Madara Blumberga, BSN

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

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Anders Dahlström, MD, Med.Lic.

Neonatologist
Department of Neonatology, Sachs' Children and Youth Hospital, Södersjukhuset

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Jennifer Jensen, BS

Clinical Research Associate
Seattle Children's Hospital/Center for Clinical and Translational Research

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Andrew Stella, MS, MA

Multimedia Manager
Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center

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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.

Presentation(s):

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Jordan Duval-Arnould, MPH, DrPH

Assistant Professor
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

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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.

Presentation(s):

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John Parker

Visiting Medical Student
Yale School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine

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Andrew Scheets

Simulation Technician
Seattle Children's Hospital Simulation Center

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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.

Presentation(s):

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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.

Presentation(s):

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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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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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Christie Bruno, DO

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Neonatology)
Yale University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics
New Haven, CT

Dr. Christie Bruno is currently an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Attending Neonatologist at Yale School of Medicine and Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital. Dr. Bruno completed her pediatric residency training at Thomas Jefferson University/duPont Hospital for Children and her neonatal-perinatal medicine training at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Her interests include medical education, neonatal neurodevelopmental outcomes, and neonatal simulation training.

Presentation(s):

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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.

Presentation(s):

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Ambrose H Wong, MD, MSEd

Instructor in Emergency Medicine; Director of Simulation Research
Yale University School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine

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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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