Upcoming Sim Courses & Latest Updates From One of the World’s Leading Simulation Programs: Jump & OSF Innovation of OSF Healthcare
From the earliest days, Jump Simulation leaders made the decision to focus its educational efforts on interprofessional education. That means Jump facilitators and faculty, including University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria professors and clinicians throughout OSF HealthCare, work together to develop courses tailored to team-based training. Today we share about the innovative medical simulation courses coming up from the OSF Healthcare Innovations team, as well as share the latest headlines from one of the world’s most leading simulation centers!
More than 88,000 learners have participated in interprofessional education events at Jump. The organization now has a two-year certification from Joint Accreditation to provide continuing education credits for both professional physicians and nurses learning or training simultaneously. Joint Accreditation establishes the standards for education providers to deliver interprofessional continuing education (IPCE).
“Anytime we can bring teams of different clinicians together, we do. In fact, as we look to prioritize curriculum, a major factor is whether it supports team-based learning.” -Ann Willemsen-Dunlap, PhD, CNRA, director of Interprofessional Education at Jump.
Upcoming Simulation Courses at Jump / MATTER for 2019
Jump Simulation at MATTER: Ready, Set, Sim! Skills and Strategies for Creating and Running Simulation-Based Education (July 25th & 26th, 9AM-3PM & November 7th & 8th): In this course, learners will receive an introduction to healthcare simulation from an operational standpoint including topics such as simulation technology and terminology, basic Laerdal manikin assembly and troubleshooting, and all activities associated with supporting faculty and running a simulation-based learning encounter. Participants will also acquire the beginning skill set necessary to define objectives for a simulation-based learning activity, develop a simulation that will allow learners the opportunity to demonstrate observable behaviors related to those objectives, and utilize the GAP format in debriefing.
OSF Healthcare – Jump Introduction to Facilitation Courses (Aug. 27th-28th, Sept. 4th-5th, Oct. 29th-30th): Upon completion of this course, participants will have the beginning skill set necessary to define objectives for a simulation-based learning activity, develop a simulation that will allow learners the opportunity to demonstrate observable behaviors related to identified objectives, utilize the GAP format in debriefing and describe their methodology for evaluation of their simulation-based learning program.
IHA HIIN Patient Safety Simulations: Readmissions in Heart Failure (August 1st, 10AM-5PM): Training event will be highly engaging and emphasize the use of simulation-based strategies to facilitate change in HIIN hospitals. Our focus in this event will be to provide attendees with simulation-based tools and techniques to augment the pursuit of higher quality care, patient safety and healthcare resiliency at the unit level. Our goal is to provide learners with another set of tools with which they can engage their frontline staff to identify system problems that contribute to adverse outcomes.
Jump Simulation at MATTER – Planning for ROI – Building Value into Simulation Program Development (August 23rd, 9AM-1:30PM): The concept of “return” for effort is critical for the sustainment of simulation programs and centers worldwide. Using game theory, this workshop will introduce simulation educators and administrators to a framework for demonstrating levels of programmatic value that has been applied at a large-scale simulation center, culminating in a Return on Investment (ROI) calculation where appropriate.
Latest News & Innovation Updates from OSF Healthcare
Taking medical training from the classroom to the virtual space: Dr. Teresa Riech developed the VR laryngospasm module using software developed by the Jump Simulation Advanced Imaging and Modeling team that allows clinical educators to build interactive lectures in virtual reality. As the Medical Director of the Pediatric Emergency Department for OSF HealthCare Children’s Hospital of Illinois, Dr. Riech says it’s important for clinicians across the Ministry to refresh their knowledge on how to manage sedation complications.
Jump Simulation Receives Accreditation for Innovative Surgery Simulation Fellowship: Jump Simulation, a part of OSF Innovation, recently became one of only 16 health care systems in the country to receive national accreditation from the American College of Surgeons Accredited Education Institutes (ACS-AEI) for its two-year Fellowship in Simulation and Education, a collaboration between University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria (UICOMP) and OSF HealthCare. The Simulation Fellowship, established in 2016, allows medical students to become experts in surgical simulation for academic focus once they complete their five-year general surgical residency.
Jump Visit Gives Students New Insights Into Medical Careers: A select group of students from Wheeling High School recently visited the Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center in Peoria and quickly discovered there are a variety of jobs that, as Science Teacher Timothy Meyer put it, “don’t involve blood and guts.”About 40 students in Wheeling High School’s Health Careers program and from a program called AVID, short for Advancement via Individual Determination, spent part of a day in early January visiting stations in various Jump labs. See also: Pre-Med Students Get a Jump on Surgical Experience.
Embracing change in healthcare: Some key questions to ask yourself before implementing any type of change is: What change are you proposing? Who should lead the change? Who is being asked to change? What is the environment within which you are trying to enact change? At OSF, they have various environments with different cultures and experiences within their overall organization. For each of those subcultures—they have determined they have to take alternative approaches, rely on diverse competencies and consider where push back might come from to be successful.
2019 Jump ARCHES Grant Recipients Announced: Eleven research projects are sharing nearly $810,600 in funding through the Jump ARCHES research and development program. The Jump Applied Research for Community Health through Engineering and Simulation (Jump ARCHES), is a partnership between OSF HealthCare and the University of Illinois College of Engineering in Champaign-Urbana.
OSF Ventures Invests In Second Venture Capital Fund: OSF Ventures, the corporate investment arm of OSF HealthCare, is joining other health care systems and strategic investors from within the healthcare industry as a limited partner in Boston-based LRVHealth. As part of LRVHealth’s collaborative innovation platform, which represents a network that delivers care to 50 million Americans across 25 states, OSF will help identify, create and invest in early-stage companies spanning healthcare IT, tech-enabled health services, medical devices, and diagnostics.
OSF Deploys Redox To Improve Patient Care: A new collaboration between Peoria, Illinois-based OSF HealthCare and Redox, based in Madison, Wisconsin, will allow the health system to effectively integrate pilot programs and deploy digital health solutions to improve health for OSF HealthCare communities. Redox will serve as an application layer connecting third-party technology solutions to the OSF HealthCare clinical systems.
About Jump Simulation and OSF Healthcare’s OSF Innovation Group
Jump Sim programs and objectives are key to improving the safety, effectiveness and efficiency of care for community members across the region. A collaboration between OSF HealthCare and University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria (UICOMP), Jump Sim advances the Missions of both organizations. In the spirit of Christ and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Mission of OSF HealthCare is to serve persons with the greatest care and love in a community that celebrates the Gift of Life.
OSF Innovation has the power to dramatically change the health care industry by leading the development and use of simulation technology and services in healthcare. They rely heavily on simulation to train and develop our clinicians, cut health care costs and ultimately transform how they deliver care. OSF Innovation, through Jump Simulation and the University of Illinois, is expanding the use of clinical simulation to observe, rethink, retool, redefine and test solutions to ensure better care for all.
They access to subject matter experts in engineering, research, data collection and analytics, design and investments is a unique offering in the health care simulation space and allows them to quickly bring new ideas from concept to reality. A frontrunner among healthcare simulation centers in the world, Jump Sim and U of I have been collaborating on this type of work since the opening of Jump Simulation & Education Center in 2013. These collaborative efforts within their dedicated labs are changing how health care is delivered.
Learn More By Visiting the OSF Innovation Website Today!
Lance Baily, BA, EMT-B, is the Founder & CEO of HealthySimulation.com, which he started while serving as the Director of the Nevada System of Higher Education’s Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas back in 2010. Lance is also the Founder and acting Advisor to the Board of SimGHOSTS.org, the world’s only non-profit organization dedicated to supporting professionals operating healthcare simulation technologies. His new co-edited Book: “Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Operations, Technology, and Innovative Practice” is available now. Lance’s background also includes serving as a Simulation Technology Specialist for the LA Community College District, EMS fire fighting, Hollywood movie production, rescue diving, and global travel. He lives with his wife Dr. Abigail Baily in Las Vegas, Nevada with their newborn daughter and two crazy dachshunds.