Award Candidate Poster Presentation

Poster

Award Candidate Research Posters - Innovations

5/14/2018
14:40 - 15:40
Location: Jupiter 1&2

Presentations:

Christopher J. Arrowsmith, Doctor

Emergency medicine registrar
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust
Saltford, United Kingdom

My name is Chris Arrowsmith and I am an Emergency Medicine Registrar working in The Bristol Royal Infirmary. I have special interestes in Simulation, Pre-hopsital Care and Human Factors. I am keen believer in the philosophy of Human Factors, that we all suck at stuff sometimes, and thats OK. The way to be the best clinicians we can be is to accept it, understand it and work towards overcoming it.

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Wail Said Ali. Seleem

Consultant Pediatric Emergency physician
Hamad Medical Corporation

Wail Seleem, MD, FABP
Consultant Pediatric Emergency medicine, Hamad Medical corporation ,Doha ,Qatar
Assistant professor of clinical pediatric Weill Cornell Medical college -Qatar
Clinical lead medical simultion program ,pediatric emergency center Al Wakra hospital Qatar
Fellowship in medical simulatiom 2013 at the hospital for sick children (sickkid),Toronto ,Canada
medical simulation educator

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Camilla Birgitte. Soerensen, MD

Research assistent
Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES)
Frederiksberg, Denmark

Camilla Birgitte Sørensen, MD since 2017, is currently researching the use of virtual reality in paediatric first aid courses for layperson. Camilla works at the Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES) and as a junior doctor in the Emergecy Department. Earlier she has been working with studies in Tourette's syndrome and have a passion for EM and education. Camilla is a ScanFOAM team member and can be found on twitter as @Camillabirgitte.

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Alyssa C. Stoner, MS, DO

Pediatric Critical Care Fellow
Children's Mercy Hospital
Lenexa, Kansas

Alyssa Stoner, DO is a second year pediatric critical care fellow at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. She completed her undergraduate education at Hamline University as a biology and psychology double major. She earned her Master’s of Science with a focus on anatomy and Doctor of Osteopathy at Des Moines University in Des Moines, IA. She continued her training in Olympia Fields, IL at Franciscan Saint James's Hospital completing a traditional rotating internship. Her pediatric residency was completed in Marshfield, WI at Marshfield Clinic. As a current student in the graduate certificate program of Health Professions Education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine her research endeavors focus on pediatric resident education, particularly the use of guided mentorship during simulation.

With interests in simulation and medical education, Alyssa is a member on the Code LITE committee dedicated to creating and facilitating in-situ multidisciplinary simulation session within the PICU at Children’s Mercy Hospital. In addition, she is an active PALS instructor and a simulation lab facilitator. Alyssa is passionate about continuing to increase her own knowledge regarding medical education and intends to spend her career facilitating knowledge gain for others.

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Asbjørn Hasselager, MD

PhD student
Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES) and University of Copenhagen. Denmark
Copenhagen, Hovedstaden, Denmark

Asbjørn Hasselager, MD PhD student. Copenhagen Academy for Medical education and Simulation. Denmark
Junior resident in Paediatrics

1. Hasselager AB, Lauritsen T, Kristensen T, Bohnstedt C, Sønderskov C, Ostergaard D, et al. What should be included in the assessment of laypersons' paediatric basic life support skills? Results from a Delphi consensus study. Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med. BioMed Central; 2018 Jan 18;26(1):9.
1. Hasselager AB, Børch K, Pryds OA. Improvement in perinatal care for extremely premature infants in Denmark from 1994 to 2011. Dan Med J. 2016 Jan;63(1):A5182.

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Kadriye O. Lewis, Ed. D

Director of Evaluation and Program Development
Children's Mercy Hospital

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Elaine Ng, MD FRCPC MSHPEd

Staff Anesthesiologist, Associate Professor
Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto

Dr. Elaine Ng is a Pediatric Anesthesiologist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. She is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto. She has been involved with simulation-based education for over 10 years. Her interests include team training, in situ simulation, debriefing and patient safety. She is the Lead for Quality and Safety (with Patient Safety focus) on the Simulation Steering Committee at the Hospital for Sick Children.

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Colin Veal, Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Advanced Transport Nurse Practitioner
Wales and West Acute Transport for Children

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Jennifer Flint, MD

Associate Professor
Children's Mercy Hospital

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Mie Sonne, Med.student

Research fellow
Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES)

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Peter Dieckmann, PhD, Dipl.-Psych

Senior Researcher and Faculty Developer
Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES), Denmark

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Shekinah Hensley, MSN, RN, CCRN

Critical Care Nurse
Children's Mercy Hospital

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Brian Lee, PhD

Research Faculty
Children's Mercy Hospital

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Jenna Miller, MD

Associate Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship Director
Children's Mercy Hospital

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