SimSeries Webinars

Want IPCE Units?

A week after the session is complete, these webinars will be available for purchase in the Live Learning Center ($25 for members and $50 for non-members). Once purchased, you will see an evaluation for the course. Upon completion of the evaluation, you will receive your Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE) units.

These webinars are free to attend.

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2022 Courses

   
Date Course Time Registration
June 20, 2022

Mitigating Micro-Aggressive Attitude and Behavior in the Interprofessional Environment

Overview

This session will address common forms of microaggressions in the interprofessional learning environment using team-based simulation scenarios related to diversity, equity, inclusivity, professional equality, and true collaboration. Learner-centric debriefing skills will be presented to uncover subtle forms of verbal, behavioral, and attitudinal forms of microaggressions, many of which have been either ignored or tolerated in the past.

Objectives:

  1. Discuss ways that microaggressions occur in the interprofessional learning environment and targeted simulation-based approaches to handling them.
  2. Explore powerful questioning and learner-centered methods for use in debriefing to help participants frame their word and language choices to prevent microaggressions.
  3. Identify practical methods that participants can use to reference the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) Core Competencies as a guide to improving communication skills in the interprofessional learning environment.

Presenters:

  • Mary Holtschneider BSN, MEd, MPA, RN-BC, NREMTP
  • Chan Park MD
11AM ET

TBA

May 16, 2022

Does My Personal Protective Equipment Really Work? A Simulation-Based Approach

Overview

The coronavirus pandemic has created a need for personal protective equipment (PPE) refresher training for healthcare workers. We utilize a nontoxic fluorescent solution during PPE training to simulate contact spread and contamination from aerosol-generating procedures. This novel technique highlights the importance of proper donning and doffing technique while providing visual evidence of any exposure.

Objectives:

  1. Demonstrate how to create a nontoxic fluorescent solution for PPE training.
  2. Utilize the simulated germ solution for setting up a formative training environment and summative testing for the donning and doffing of PPE.
  3. Discuss future simulation-based research opportunities and collaborations around PPE training and testing.

Perenters:

  • Patrick Hughes DO, MHPE, FACEP
  • Kate Hughes DO
  • Mary Hughes DO, FACEP
  • Lauren Falvo MD
  • Anna Bona MD, CM
  • Devin Doos MD
  • Malia Moore MD
  • DylanCooper MD
  • Rami Ahmed DO, MHPE, FACEP
11AM ET

TBA

April 25, 2022

Can Simulation Be Used To Reduce Burnout? An Exploratory Workshop

Overview

Healthcare provider burnout is of concern regardless of profession, impacting patient safety, quality of care, and long-term workforce sustainability. Exploring ways that simulation might alleviate elements of burnout is a novel approach to this problem. Attendees will learn how to recognize burnout, identify contributors, and utilize group discussion to formulate strategies to reduce burnout and build resiliency using simulation.

Objectives:

  1. Identify at least two contributors to healthcare provider burnout and how they relate to patient safety and quality of patient care
  2. Describe three interventions to reduce burnout and build resiliency among healthcare providers
  3. Discuss the use of simulation as an intervention to address healthcare provider burnout for two case scenarios

Presenters:

  • Wendy Van Ittersum MD, FAAP
  • Kristine Nagy BSN, MSN, RN, CHSE
  • Stephanie Estephan BSN, MSN, RN, CHSE
  • Stephanie Bailes BS, RRT, EMT, RRT-NPS
4PM ET

TBA

April 18, 2022

Re-Design: Ensuring Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Your Simulation Scenarios

Overview

Simulation education can perpetuate stereotypes or racism in the interprofessional delivery of care, often overtly or inadvertently in scenarios. Without awareness and review of simulation scenarios, simulation educators may lose opportunities to address and role model a better strategies. We will explore the role of ensuring DEI presence in scenario development, debriefing, and communication training.

Objectives:

  1. Identify strategies for ensuring equity & inclusion in current simulation scenarios
  2. Practice debriefing for safety in conversations on diversity equity & inclusion (DEI) during team simulations
  3. Name techniques for training standardized actors in diversity and inclusion scenarios

Faculty:

  • Lillian Emlet, MD, MS
  • Natalia Arizmendez, MD
  • Naomi Grodin, BA
11AM ET

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March 28, 2022

Using Simulation to Safely Provide Care During a Pandemic

Overview

This presentation will describe how one organization used simulation from the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic to re-engineer how work is done on a day-to-day basis. Simulation played a pivotal role in serving as an essential resource for hospital wide system change to ensure the continued delivery of safe, high quality patient care. This overview explains the use of systems-focused simulations during all phases of the pandemic.

Objectives:

  1. Describe how simulation was used during a pandemic to impact patient safety and clinical care
  2. Discuss the critical role of the Center for Simulation team as a resource for hospital-wide system change
  3. Explain the difference between systems-focused simulation and traditional medical based simulation.

Faculty:

  • AnneMarie Monachino DNP, RN, NPD-BC, CPN, CHSE-A
  • Grace Good MA, RN, CHSE
4PM ET

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March 21, 2022

Create A Custom Mobile App for Your Center with No-code

Overview

Do you wish your center had its own branded mobile app? Wouldn't it be awesome if students could register for courses and complete evaluations on their phones? Don't we all wish we had an easier way to communicate program needs, track inventory or collect data on the go? This course will teach you how to build a custom mobile app to your exact specifications with little to no budget in less than 90 minutes without writing a single line of code.

Objectives:

  1. Design a simple relational database for their custom app using common spreadsheet tools such as Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel.
  2. Transform a spreadsheet into a highly customizable and fully functional mobile app without writing any code.
  3. Customize your mobile app to meet your business requirements and with company branding.

Faculty:

  • Christopher Madison, BS
  • Thomas Nowicki, MD
11AM ET

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Accreditation Statement

In support of improving patient care, the society for simulation in healthcare is jointly accredited by the accreditation council for continuing medical education (accme), the accreditation council for pharmacy education (acpe), and the american nurses credentialing center (ancc), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

This activity was planned by and for the healthcare team, and learners will receive a maximum of 1.0 interprofessional continuing education (ipce) credits for learning and change.

Obtaining credit for attendance

Make sure to complete the webinar evaluation to receive your credit certification.

Interested in presenting a webinar?

If you are interested in submitting content for a SSH SimSeries webinar, please send the following information to Christina Tenorio ctenorio@ssih.org

  • Title
  • Course Description
  • Course Objectives (3)
  • Presenter List
  • Requested Date and Time (We typically hold webinars Mondays 2PM – 3PM ET.)

Tracks:

  • Ask the Expert
  • Administrator
  • Educator
  • Innovator
  • Researcher
  • Operations Specialist

Detailed information on each track can be found here.

Additional Information:

  • All webinars are free to anyone with an SSH account.
    • It is free to create an SSH account.
  • Use the registration link on this webpage to register for a webinar.
  • Once you complete your registration for a webinar, you will receive an email from education@ssih.org with the zoom registration information.
    • Some institutions flag this email as junk. Please check your junk folder for the link if you do not receive an email from education@ssih.org within two hours from registering.

IPCE Information

  • If you want to obtain Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE) CEUs for attending a webinar, purchase the webinar in the Live Learning Center.
  • Webinars in the Live Learning Center are $25 for SSH Members and $50 for non-SSH members.
  • Webinars are available for viewing in the Live Learning Center one week after the live session.

Questions?

Contact the SSH Office of Continuing Education at education@ssih.org

SSH SimSeries Webinars Planning Team

Garrett W Burnett, M.D.
Denise Foy, RN-BC, MSN, CHSE
Daniel Katz, MD
Kati Maxkenzie, MSHS, CHSOS, CHSE
Karen Mangold, MD MEd
LeeAnn Miller, EdD, SimSeries Webinar Planning Team Chair
Jarrod Young, MBA, CHSOS-A

Disclosures

No relevant financial relationships disclosed by planners or presenters of this Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE) educational activity.

Previous Webinars

2020 SSH SIMSERIES WEBINARS

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