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9/22 @ 3PM: Introducing Medical Improv: An Experiential Learning Strategy

*OPEN ACCESS* 9/24 @ 10AM: Using Clinical Simulation to Improve Medication Administration Safety

9/24 @ 1PM: Remote EMS Training: Navigating CE Reqs During COVID-19

9/28 @ 10AM: Debriefing Psychologically Stressful Simulations: A Different Perspective

9/29 @ 10AM: How to Maintain Patient Safety During a Pandemic: Positive Lessons from the VA

9/30 @ 10AM: Redefining Fidelity in Medical Simulation

RECORDED PRESENTATIONS

Safety in Healthcare: Moving Beyond COVID-19

Pediatric Simulation Research: Highlights and Resources from IPSS

Beyond the Simulation Lab: Designing Immersive Virtual Reality Simulations

Safe and Reliable Patient Care: How the Patient Safety Movement Foundation Can Help

Psychological Safety in Prebriefing: What’s the RISK?

Immerse Everything: Best Practices for VR in Nursing Education

Improv and In-Sim Debriefing: Kick Anxiety Out, Allow Learning In

Creative Ways to Implement Virtual Simulation During a Pandemic

Size Does Matter: A Guide to Scalable and Sustainable Simulation Programs

Scenario Design for Translational Simulation

Using Distance Simulation to Supplement Clinical Hours

Understanding Basic Physiology for Clinical Simulation

Imagining the Future of Healthcare and Patient Safety  How Many Do Well Often: Learning From Success in Mundane Situations

How to Gain Administrative Support to Hire a Sim Tech

Using AI and Augmented and Mixed Reality to Enhance Training Experiences

The Promise of Virtual Reality in Healthcare

 
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August 10, 2020

WISER’s Dr. Paul Phrampus Covers Must Know Medical Simulation Topics on Simulating Healthcare Blog

Dr. Paul E. Phrampus, FACEP, FSSH, is the Director of UPMC’s Peter M. Winter Institute for Simulation, Education and Research (WISER Center), as well as a Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Anesthesiology of the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine and Medical Director for Patient Safety at UPMC. Sharing his passion for [...]

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January 24, 2018

5 Ways to Avoid Cognitive Overload with Virtual Simulation Training

The Aviation Industry has fully realized the limitations of human processing, better defined as Cognitive Load Theory – meaning that a person has a finite amount of memory which can be overloaded with stimuli or facts and thus become unable to retain or engage new knowledge. Hence, things like “checklists” for every possible emergency scenario [...]

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Introducing Medical Improv: An Experiential Learning Strategy
9/22 @ 3PM by: Beth Boynton RN, MS, CP

Using Clinical Simulation to Improve Medication Administration Safety
9/24 @ 10AM by: Kim Baily, PhD, MSN, RN

Remote EMS Training: Navigating CE Reqs During COVID-19
9/24 @ 1PM by: Tom Cox EMT-P (Ret.)

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