Chair

Nileena Philip, MD 

Patient Safety Fellow

Dr. Philip is a Patient Safety Fellow at the University of Florida in Jacksonville. Fellowship involves training in Human Factors and Systems Engineering. She conducts simulation based Patient Safety training for residents and fellows of various departments at UF Health. She is also an Internal Medicine physician currently working in Internal Medicine Residents’ Outpatient Clinic. She hopes to bring increased awareness and focused initiatives using modern patient safety principles to improve wellness in the outpatient world. For fun, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family and friends.


Vice Chair

Christiane Schubert, MS, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medical Education

Dr. Schubert is an Assistant Professor of Medical Education at the Loma Linda University School of Medicine. She joined the Medical Simulation Center in 2014 following the completion of a post-doctoral fellowship in human factors engineering at the Center for Research and Innovation in Systems Safety (CRISS) at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Schubert’ research interests include team cognition and decision-making, the development of expertise from novice to expert, resilience engineering, and patient/family caregiver engagement. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, tennis and conflict mediation.

Safety II and Resilience Engineering Affinity Group

 

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The Resilience Engineering and Safety II Affinity Group will foster the use of simulation to explore and implement modern safety sciences in healthcare with the aim of improving patient outcomes. 

What are the goals for this new group? 
1. Disseminate knowledge of Resilience Engineering and Safety II concepts and methods to the simulation community. 
2. Promote the use of simulation to explore Safety II and Resilience Engineering.
3. Establish collaborative relationships between the resilience engineering and the simulation communities. 
4. To develop novel and integrative ideas for research and education. 



 


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