Virtual Learning Labs

Virtual Learning Labs

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2021 Presentations

Company

Title

Date

Time

Kyoto Kagaku America, Inc.

Palpation Abdomen simulator

New from Kyoto Kagaku Abdo Abby

 

 

3/17/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

IngMar Medical

How to Run an Effective Respiratory Simulation with a Remote Audience

Restrictions around social distancing have forced institutions to become inventive when looking for ways to teach. So, how can educators provide effective simulation training in a remote environment? In this session, you will learn the tools and equipment we suggest as well as tips to provide the most realistic and engaging remote simulation. But, don’t take our word for it! We will run our brand new COVID-19 virtual simulation, and you can sit back and experience what your learners will experience. Gather information and make treatment decisions while we run a simulation in our very own remote simulation environment.

Objectives:
§ Learn tips and tools to run an effective, realistic virtual simulation
§ Learn how to get your remote learners engaged in an interactive simulation
§ Experience the virtual simulation from the learner’s perspective

Speaker: Justina Gerard, Product Manager, BSRC, MBA, RRT

3/17/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Sentinel U

Virtual Simulation to Enhance Transition-to-Practice

Virtual simulation solutions for professional development and academia to enhance transition to practice.

Speakers:


-Christi Doherty, DNP, MSN, RNC-OB, CNE, CHSE, CDP
Executive Director, Academic Simulations
Associate Professor, Nursing
-Amy Harrington
Vice President, Professional Development
-Jennifer Hudson
Senior Manager, Professional Development and International

 

3/10/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

CAE

XR – How can I use this in my program?

The integration and utilization of virtual, augmented, and mixed reality has become the next “big thing” in education. With limited research available and a drive to move towards a digital ecosystem, we often question if it is really that effective. In this session, we will discuss XR, highlight several use cases, and teach you all about what is possible in education by leveraging “XR.”

Objectives:
By the end of this session, the student will be able to:
Define XR.
Discuss use cases for XR in an education environment.
Discuss how to integrate XR in both new and previously developed programs.

Speakers:
Amar P. Patel, DHSc, MS, NRP, CHSE, FSSH, Chief Learning Officer, CAE Healthcare

 

3/10/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Gaumard Scientific

Introducing Gaumard Vitals™ and LungSim™. Enhancing Simulation Training with Virtual Medical Equipment

This session will introduce two new powerful medical equipment virtual simulators specifically designed to enhance simulation learning experiences across training modalities, including task trainers, patient simulators, remote learning, standardized patients, and more.

Introducing Gaumard Vitals™ Patient Monitor Task Trainer, a versatile standalone patient monitor simulator package for vital sign interpretation skills training and enhancing scenario realism.

Presenting LungSim, a new powerful and flexible model-driven mechanical ventilator simulator. LungSim simulates a modern mechanical ventilator's look and function and interfaces with Gaumard simulators to enable ventilator management skills and patient care training.

Speakers
Ivy Cooper, CHSE, Gaumard Product Expert
Chris Jorge, Gaumard Marketing Director
Dr Tommaso Tonetti, MD - Researcher, University of Bologna, Italy
Massimo Giannessi, PhD - Co-founder and COO, Accurate srl

 

 

3/10/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

3D Systems Simbionix

Self-directed training, remote proctoring and proficiency-based assessment using the BRONCH Mentor high-fidelity simulator

In this interactive session using videos and live streaming, participants will learn how the BRONCH Mentor High-Fidelity Bronchoscopy simulator is integrated into fellowship training programs and for proficiency assessment using validated checklists. We will review the evidence on the use of simulators for certification purposes. We will show videos to illustrate how the BRONCH Mentor is used for skills assessment on basic bronchoscopy and EBUS using validated assessment tools (BSTAT and EBUS-STAT) - implemented at international courses and, in the evaluation of Interventional Pulmonology fellowship candidates at the University of Chicago.

The session will highlight the available modules on bronchoscopy ergonomics, airway anatomy, mediastinal lymph nodes, and the case based-practical approach format focusing on technical and cognitive knowledge. In a live streaming session, we will demonstrate how the BRONCH Mentor can be used for remote proctoring, a relevant application in the current learning environment.

Speaker:
Septimiu Murgu, MD, FCCP, DAABIP
Gilat Noiman - Director, Strategic Partnerships; Endoscopy and Trauma Product Management, 3D Systems Simbionix 

 

 

3/10/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

InPASS

Why well-trained instructors are the most important aspect of simulations and how online instructor courses can help

After over 20 years of medical simulation we know that the skilled instructor is the most important aspect of successful medical simulation. Nevertheless, a lot of money and effort is often invested in hardware, instead of the education and training of instructors. We point out why formal instructor training is so important for the success of your simulation courses, what happens if the instructors are not well trained and what the most important aspects for instructor training are, including human factors and Crew Resource Management (CRM). We also show the great new opportunities that have arisen in online instructor training and share the experiences we have made with hundreds of course participants in our online courses. There will be plenty of time to answer your questions and discuss your topics of interest.

Objectives:
- Importance of instructor training
- Advantages of skilled instructors and problems with uneducated instructors
- Role of human factors & CRM
- Experience with formal online instructor training courses
- Your questions answered & discussed with faculty

 

3/3/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

SimX VR

Designing VR Learning Experiences

VR is emerging as one of the more important advancements in medical simulation in recent history. The technology is moving quickly and is different in important ways from anything that has come before it. It’s critical for simulation educators to understand the state of the evidence on the technology, the capabilities of current VR simulation systems, and where the technology is going. While the science of educating learners in VR is still young, pioneers in the field are already identifying strategies for making use of the technology’s unique strengths and methods for avoiding some of the pitfalls associated with it’s weaknesses. This workshop will help a sim educator get completely up to speed on VR sim, get hands on experience with the latest in VR simulation technology, and gain an understanding for how to design learning experiences for virtual reality.

Ryan Ribeira MD, MPH Assistant Professor – Stanford Medical School, Founder and CEO – SimX VR

 

3/1/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Accurate

Virtual Simulator for Clinical Cases (including Free Editor and a Sharing Platform) and a new Model-Driven Mechanical Ventilation Solution: DrSim 2.0.0 and LungSim

Accurate presents two innovative virtual tools for healthcare educators that allow instructors to bring their simulation activities online. DrSim 2.0.0 is a brand new interactive clinical simulator for telesimulation, build on a lifetime software license, that allows the editing of medical scenarios as well as the download of clinical cases from a free sharing platform ( https://www.drsimacademy.eu/ ). DrSim is able to save clinical scenarios in an archive file compatible with SCORM standards ready for distribution on e-learning platforms or web-servers, with no limitation on the number of users to train. LungSim is a unique and immersive model-driven mechanical ventilator simulator that allows the instructor to create advanced simulation scenarios on different patients with pulmonary disease or acute respiratory failures, and that can be linked to a patient simulator. The LungSim software, distributed with a lifetime license, is composed by a realistic “user interface” with built-in validated layouts that simulates a real ventilator and different ventilation modes (Volume Control, Pressure Control, Pressure Support, APRV, etc.) and a user-friendly browser based “instructor interface” that can be used on any PC, tablet or smartphone.

Speakers:
Prof. Stefano Perlini, Director, Emergency Medicine Postgraduate Training Program, University of Pavia, Italy
Dr Tommaso Tonetti, MD – Researcher, University of Bologna, Italy
Claudio Gabellini, MSc - CTO, Accurate srl
Massimo Giannessi, PhD - Co-founder and COO, Accurate srl
Andrea Pierantoni, MSc - Senior Project Engineer, Accurate srl
Gianni Ravaioli, MSc - Senior Project Engineer, Accurate srl

 

3/3/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Kognito

Incorporating Simulation for Distance Learning (Kognito)

Learn how Kognito is leveraging its responsive virtual human technology to improve HCP communication skills and activate patients through simulated conversations about chronic disease, substance use, opioids, mental health, and adherence. The presentation will include demonstrations of Kognito's evidence-based simulations, how virtual simulations can enhance curricula with a library of practice scenarios that supplement clinical hours and facilitate distance learning.

Speakers:
Gurnek Singh, Product Manager, Healthcare at Kognito Dawn Bownheimer, Regional Director of Education Partnerships at Kognito

 

3/3/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

3B Scientific

How to improve urinary catheterization skills – A live training session with Dr. Laungani

Dr. Laungani, Director of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery who specializes in adult urology and urologic oncology, will demonstrate tips and tricks for successful urinary catheter placement in male and female patients on the newest simulator and talk about:

  • Pitfalls and common mistakes during catheterization and how to avoid them
  • Review of different catheters and their indication to use with the patients
  • Understanding indicators to identify the need to call for help
3/31/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

3B Scientific

Auscultation and Wearable Simulation to Improve Clinical and Healthcare Training 

During the Virtual Presentation, our team will be available to answer questions. The following products will be presented in detail, focusing on different aspects of teaching auscultation and utilizing wearable simulation to improve the delivery of clinical skill training:

  • Bionic Hybrid Simulator™ (BHS) - Wearabale Simulation
  • SimBP™ - Blood Pressure Simulator
  • Sam Online - Virtual Auscultation Training Platform
3/17/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Body Interact


Enhance clinical performance with Virtual Patients on Obstetric and Pediatrics 

Virtual patients are a facilitating learning tool capable of transferring clinical exposure into a safe environment. Our speakers will present ways to leverage pediatric clinical education, as well as the benefits of integrating virtual technology with manikins in Gynecology and Obstetrics.

2/24/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Education Management Solutions

Pandemic Preparedness – Scaling Clinical Based Diagnostic Training to Combat Emerging Health Threats

Description:
Examination of the rapid development and fielding of new virtual clinical decision-making tools to provide just in time training for hundreds of thousands of clinicians during Covid-19. Taking a page from the lessons learned on national preparedness during 9/11 and Covid-19, a discussion of the future of virtual simulation training to rapidly develop and field standardized training to combat emerging global epidemiology threats.
Objectives:
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
1. Understand existing virtual simulation tools utilized during Covid-19 to rapidly train on best clinical practices.
2. Learn how national organization rapidly trained over 250,000 clinicians to identify and diagnose Covid-19.
3. Understand how simulation has been successfully applied to manage first responder preparedness as part of a national emergency response infrastructure
4. Describe how healthcare simulation can be a key element in a global pandemic response

Speakers:
Lynn Welch, VP Business Development and Marketing, Education Management Solutions
Kathleen Charlton, Managing Director, New England Journal of Medicine Group
Dr. Raja-Elie Abdulnour, M.D., Physician Lead, Medical Editor, & Director, Educational Innovation, New England Journal of Medicine Group Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, Brigham & Women’s Hospital Asst Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

2/24/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

MedVision

Building and Sustaining a Statewide Simulation Alliance

This session will outline the steps on building a sustainable simulation alliance. The California Simulation Alliance has been in existence since 2008 with no grant funding and will share their story.
Objectives:
Identify ways to create a simulation alliance
Articulate the mission and vision of the California Simulation Alliance
Identify key stakeholders
List one thing you can do to get an alliance started
Speaker:
KT Waxman, DNP, MBA, RN, CNL, CENP, CHSE, FSSH, FAONL, FAAN

2/24/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

WISER

Professional Development in Simulation

Description:
Those involved in simulation are passionate and dedicated – take your commitment to advancing simulation and improving patient safety to the next level – invest in your own professional development! Whether you pursue certifications or participate in professional development courses, continually learning more about different approaches to simulation and the latest advances will keep you engaged, allow you to network with the simulation community, and help to advance your simulation career!
Objectives:
1. Identify the benefits of participating in professional development and the many outlets available
2. Discuss the benefits of becoming CHSE and CHSE-A
3. Discuss the benefits of becoming CHSOS and CHSOS-A
4. As an example of a professional development opportunity, discuss Improving Simulation Instructional Methods (iSIM)
5. As an example of a professional development opportunity, discuss WISER’s TechSim

Speakers:

John O'Donnell, CRNA, MSN, DrPH, FSSH

Thomas Dongilli, AT, CHSOS, FSSH

2/24/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Accurate

Virtual Simulator for Clinical Cases (including Free Editor and a Sharing Platform) and a new Model-Driven Mechanical Ventilation Solution: DrSim 2.0.0 and LungSim

Description:
Accurate presents two innovative virtual tools for healthcare educators that allow instructors to bring their simulation activities online. DrSim 2.0.0 is a brand new interactive clinical simulator for telesimulation, build on a lifetime software license, that allows the editing of medical scenarios as well as the download of clinical cases from a free sharing platform ( https://www.drsimacademy.eu/ ). DrSim is able to save clinical scenarios in an archive file compatible with SCORM standards ready for distribution on e-learning platforms or web-servers, with no limitation on the number of users to train. LungSim is a unique and immersive model-driven mechanical ventilator simulator that allows the instructor to create advanced simulation scenarios on different patients with pulmonary disease or acute respiratory failures, and that can be linked to a patient simulator. The LungSim software, distributed with a lifetime license, is composed by a realistic “user interface” with built-in validated layouts that simulates a real ventilator and different ventilation modes (Volume Control, Pressure Control, Pressure Support, APRV, etc.) and a user-friendly browser based “instructor interface” that can be used on any PC, tablet or smartphone.
Speakers:
Prof. Stefano Perlini, Director, Emergency Medicine Postgraduate Training Program, University of Pavia, Italy
Dr Tommaso Tonetti, MD – Researcher, University of Bologna, Italy
Claudio Gabellini, MSc - CTO, Accurate srl
Massimo Giannessi, PhD - Co-founder and COO, Accurate srl
Andrea Pierantoni, MSc - Senior Project Engineer, Accurate srl
Gianni Ravaioli, MSc - Senior Project Engineer, Accurate srl

3/3/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

InPASS

Why well-trained instructors are the most important aspect of simulations and how online instructor courses can help

Description:
After over 20 years of medical simulation we know that the skilled instructor is the most important aspect of successful medical simulation. Nevertheless, a lot of money and effort is often invested in hardware, instead of the education and training of instructors. We point out why formal instructor training is so important for the success of your simulation courses, what happens if the instructors are not well trained and what the most important aspects for instructor training are, including human factors and Crew Resource Management (CRM). We also show the great new opportunities that have arisen in online instructor training and share the experiences we have made with hundreds of course participants in our online courses. There will be plenty of time to answer your questions and discuss your topics of interest.
Objectives:
- Importance of instructor training
- Advantages of skilled instructors and problems with uneducated instructors
- Role of human factors & CRM
- Experience with formal online instructor training courses
- Your questions answered & discussed with faculty
Speaker:
Marcus Rall, MD, paramedic & firefighter. Founder & CEO, Institute of Patient Safety & Simulation Team Training InPASS, former Co-Chair IMSH 2008, trained more than 3.000 simulation instructors in formal courses.

3/3/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

SimX

Designing VR Learning Experiences

Description:
VR is emerging as one of the more important advancements in medical simulation in recent history. The technology is moving quickly and is different in important ways from anything that has come before it. It’s critical for simulation educators to understand the state of the evidence on the technology, the capabilities of current VR simulation systems, and where the technology is going. While the science of educating learners in VR is still young, pioneers in the field are already identifying strategies for making use of the technology’s unique strengths and methods for avoiding some of the pitfalls associated with it’s weaknesses. This workshop will help a sim educator get completely up to speed on VR sim, get hands on experience with the latest in VR simulation technology, and gain an understanding for how to design learning experiences for virtual reality.
Speaker:
Ryan Ribeira MD, MPH Assistant Professor – Stanford Medical School, Founder and CEO – SimX VR

3/3/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

iNNOGING

Remote Ultrasound Learning, Adapting Content to Your Needs

NNOGING will present how it’s unique eLearning platform simplifies ultrasound education proving scalable Web-based solution. The iNNOSIM Simulator delivers a unique ultrasonography practice experience with real ultrasound scans, alongside anatomy. iNNOSIM is the one simulator that provides the ability to create content (lessons, tests) instantly, using any ultrasound machine Dicom information. Having thousands of lessons, with the ability to share and receive lessons from any other facility who is using it. With iNNOSIM any training facility or hospital can scale from one user to thousands in matter of minutes, from any PC/MAC.

Speakers:
Yehiel Polatov

2/19/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Sectra

Benefits of using a cloud solution in integrated and case-based hybrid and remote medical education


"The current pandemic has highlighted the need for reliable remote-teaching solutions. This, coupled with the need for students to be equipped with strong analytical and problem-solving skills, has resulted in a growing number of users of the Sectra Education Portal, a cloud-based medical education tool based on the latest clinical technologies. Creating engaging learning material has never been easier. The Sectra Education Portal is an interactive learning, teaching and sharing platform that gives you a smooth and seamless experience in preparing lectures by allowing you to integrate real-life anatomy and clinical cases. You can access our quality-assured library at any time, no matter where you want to log in from, and it’s compatible with teaching- and learning management platforms such as Canvas and Moodle. Do you want to know more about how to use the Sectra Education Portal in your medical education? We look forward to showing you the true benefits of integrated and case-based hybrid and remote "

Speakers:
Mr. Henrik Gadde, Lic. Physiotherapist, Customer Success Manager

 

2/19/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

3D Systems Simbionix Indiana University Case Study:  Integration of High-Fidelity VR LAP Mentor Simulator in Surgical Hands-on Training


Learn how laparoscopic simulation is integrated into the Indiana University training program. Additionally, this session will showcase simulated Nissen Fundoplication and Inguinal Hernia procedures in a fascinating demo session. The LAP Mentor advanced high-fidelity laparoscopic simulator will be featured with a focus on how it is used in a clinical setting. It is designed to train multi-level learners to master basic laparoscopic skills as well as the most complex procedures. This session will show how these capabilities benefit Indiana University’s Surgical Training Program.

Speakers:
Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, PhD, FACS, FASMBS, FSSH, Department of Surgery, IUSOM
Guy Benisty, Product Specialist, 3D Systems
Moderator: Tom Barrett-Smith, Regional Sales Manager, 3D Systems

2/19/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

PCS Stretching Simulation in Spacetime

Description:
As simulation programs around the world reacted to the global pandemic by transitioning to remote virtual experiences, we lost one of the key value components of simulation - practicing as a team.

What if you could get your remote teams of learners to work together in a simulation? What if you could hand over a simulation from one learner to the next? What if simulation supported interprofessional education for teams distributed over not only space but time?

2/19/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Kyoto Kagaku America America, Inc.

What’s New In Simulation (Lumbar, Abdomen, Thyroid Trainer)

Featuring Palpation Abdomen, Digital Eye Trainer, Thyroid, New Lumbar Puncture Case study - John Shields, DNP, CRNA, Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia

Speaker: Paul Allen, Julian Cooper, Cesar Meneses

2/12/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

CAE

SimEquip – The Collision of the digital and the physical equipment by CAE

Simulation programs often battle space constraints while simultaneously attempting to obtain the right type of specialty equipment to ensure the students have an effective training session. As educators, we regularly “borrow” equipment or get unique and create props. As the need for physical equipment continues to grow, so does the need for a digital twin. In this session, we will discuss the role and need for virtual and physical equipment and develop a simulation experience that utilizes SimEquip.

Objectives:
By the end of this session, the student will be able to:
1) Discuss the need for virtual connected equipment in simulation-based education.
2) Discuss the role of physical simulated equipment.
3) Create a simulation experience that utilizes SimEquip.

Speakers:
Amar P. Patel, DHSc, MS, NRP, CHSE, FSSH
Chief Learning Officer
CAE Healthcare

2/12/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

SonoSim

How to Successfully Deliver Ultrasound Simulations & Their Benefits During COVID-19 and Beyond - Part II

Learn how to flexibly integrate ultrasound training and simulation into your Simulation Center. Along with a case study, examine the benefits of ultrasound, training challenges, and how simulation can incorporate ultrasound to assist with applying medical decision-making. After the training, attendees will be able to access complimentary ultrasound training tools. Point-of-care ultrasound is proven-effective to provide better patient outcomes in a cost-effective manner. In this two-part series, get insights into why ultrasound and ultrasound simulation is becoming so imperative during COVID-19 and beyond. Additionally, attendees will examine how ultrasound simulation can be run with real-patient cases whether in-person or remote.

Speakers:
Eric Savitsky, MD
SonoSim CEO & Founder
Attending Physician & Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine, UCLA

 

 

2/12/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

UbiSim

Integrating Immersive VR Simulation into Your Curriculum: Successes and Lessons Learned

The best healthcare education programs consistently seek innovative approaches to maximizing the learning experience of students. Immersive virtual reality (VR) simulation is an established modality that can be leveraged to provide health professions students with meaningful experiential learning opportunities. During the COVID-19 pandemic, nursing faculty from Labouré College in Massachusetts successfully integrated immersive VR simulation into their nursing curriculum, allowing the program to supplement student clinical education with high quality, simulation-based experiences. In this interactive session, attendees will learn how to successfully integrate immersive VR simulation into nursing curriculum, as Labouré faculty discuss their successes and lessons learned.

Objectives:
1. Discuss the benefits of using immersive VR simulation in healthcare education
2. Analyze strategies for successfully integrating immersive VR simulation into healthcare education
3. Discuss the lessons learned from a successful integration of immersive VR into nursing curriculum


Speakers:
Maria D’Errico, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CNE, CHSE, CHSOS
Nurse Educator at UbiSim

Karen Manning, MSN, RN
Dean, Division of Nursing, Labouré College

Helen Shedden, MSN, RN
Nursing Lab Coordinator, Labouré College

 

2/12/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Intelligent Ultrasound North America Inc.

How BodyWorks Eve is being used in the fight against Covid-19

Join the Intelligent Ultrasound team and guests as we give a hands on lesson on how BodyWorks Eve has been used in the fight against Covid-19. Learn about how we continue to contribute to this fight against the global pandemic by expanding our COVID-19 ultrasound training modules to include cardiac and lung cases.

Introduction from Thomas Brown – Vice President, North America Sales

BodyWorks Eve demonstration- Alis Young-Powell, Product Manager

The development of BodyWorks & the Covid-19 module - Kathryn Jenner, Head of Research & Development

BodyWorks Eve Covid-19 lung module - Alis Young-Powell, Product Manager

Case study - Dr Brian Kaufman, Veteran's Administration New York Harbor Healthcare Simulation Center

Case study - John Shields, DNP, CRNA, Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia

1/27/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Gaumard

Introducing Gaumard Ultrasound: Immersive Emergency Point-of-Care Ultrasound Training with Pediatric HAL® S2225

Join us for an exclusive look at the new Gaumard Ultrasound simulator and pediatric emergency POCUS/FAST scenario module for Pediatric HAL® S2225. This session will provide you with valuable insight into the scenario-based learning experiences now possible with Pediatric HAL and the new Gaumard Ultrasound system. We will cover how this new powerful solution introduces a new level of realism to pediatric emergencies. Our team will demonstrate the new Gaumard Ultrasound platform's features and scenario content ahead of the official launch later this year.

1/27/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Accurate

Two Brand New Ultrasound Training Simulators: BlockSim™ and VausSim™ 3D

A new generation of ultrasound training simulators, designed to meet the Simulation Centers ultrasound training needs and to acquire and practice technical skills in a safe, controlled, and reproducible environment, will be presented by the Accurate team. The virtual learning lab will be split into two parts: we will first introduce the BlockSim™ simulator, an innovative and patented high fidelity system for the simulation of ultrasound-guided interfascial plane blocks. BlockSim™ represents a new generation of regional anaesthesia simulators: this simulator allows the use of real needles, the puncture of extremely realistic tissue inserts and the inflation of the anaesthetic fluid without generating needle tracks or damages. The visualization of the needle tip as it is passing through the tissues, the confirmation of the alignment with the desired path and a continual visualization of local anaesthetic solution delivery to optimize local anaesthetic distribution are some of the features that make this simulator unique on the market. We will then introduce the VausSim™, a Versatile Advanced Ultrasound Simulator that offers the possibility to make the skin of any simulator or manikin or standardized patient usable for real-life ultrasound training on medical simulation scenarios. This simulator allows the instructor to independently create, through the use of a powerful editor, a customized and exclusive casebook of real ultrasound images/videos/volumes without any additional cost. VausSim™ is equipped with 3 ultrasound probes (linear, convex and phased array) and a full library of clinical modules including a COVID19 scenario.

Speaker: 

· Prof. Stefano Perlini, Director, Emergency Medicine Postgraduate Training Program, University of Pavia, Italy

· Massimo Giannessi, PhD - Co-founder and COO, Accurate srl

· Andrea Pierantoni, MSc - Senior Project Engineer, Accurate srl

 

2/5/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Limbs & Things, Inc.

Trends in OB Education: No bells or whistles, just effective training using the PROMPT Flex Birthing Simulator

Internationally acclaimed Obstetrician Dr. Shad Deering will present current trends, guidelines, and resources available for improving global OB care without the price tag of a high fidelity mannequin. Using the PROMPT Flex birthing simulator, Dr. Deering will demonstrate how to effectively teach OB teams to work together, communicate, and provide safe care for all patients, regardless of color or socioeconomic status. With his experience of teaching thousands of teams around the world, Dr. Deering’s engaging style will pull you in from the start. Objectives:

1. Discuss Racial Disparity in Obstetrics and how to teach diversity in your program

2. Understand the new JCAHO requirements for ongoing education of OB teams

3. Review concepts of teamwork and communication for simulated cases complicated by shoulder dystocia, postpartum hemorrhage, umbilical cord prolapse, and vaginal breech delivery using the PROMPT Flex Birthing Simulator

4. Summarize resources available for teaching and practicing safe obstetrical care

 

Speaker: Shad Deering, MD, CHSE, COL(ret) USA COVID-19 Chief Medical Incident Commander, CHoSA Associate Dean, Baylor College of Medicine, CHoSA System Medical Director, CHRISTUS Simulation Institute Professor, Department of OB/GYN, Baylor College of Medicine

2/5/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Touch of Life Technologies

Collaborative Clinical Anatomy in VR and AR

Come explore using the VH Dissector real anatomy platform in VR and AR for remote, hybrid or in-person clinical review. This session will delve into ways instructors can engage student's and enhance understanding of spatial relationships by interacting with the real anatomy of the VH Dissector in a virtual environment. We will provide an overview of the VH Dissector multi-user virtual classroom environment and explore clinical anatomical content within the software. We will also look at how institutions have created custom content to match their scenarios and training needs.

Speaker: 

    • Greg Spitzer, COO (Touch of Life Technologies)
    • Jake Shearer, Product Development Manager, Anatomist (Touch of Lofe Technologies)
    • Laura Weinkle, Director of Customer Success, Anatomist (Touch of Lofe Technologies)

 

2/5/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

PCS

The Future of Simulation: AI + Wearable + VR + Cloud

Creating Connections Across Paradigms and Buzzwords

Speakers:  Balazs Moldovanyi & Nick Stoick

 

2/5/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Epic Games

Digital Virtual Training: Steps to take trainees away from the classrooms

There are several ways to bring your training curriculum to life with Unreal Engine and reach your trainees anywhere, anytime. You can ask your favorite simulation vendor and get a turn key solution or you can do it yourself. Unreal Engine is meant to take the edge off the software programming task and allow the training teams to create, modify, and extend the virtual training curriculum. During this session Epic Games' Simulation Industry Manager Seb Loze will provide a step-by-step approach for each educator or simulation creator to start leveraging Unreal Engine in their applications. 

Speaker: 

 

  • Sebastien Loze,
  • Industry Manager
  • Training & Simulation

 

1/20/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Tactical Medical Solutions

Prehospital to the Emergency Room: Simulating the Continuum of Care

 

Many simulation centers bear the important responsibility of training both prehospital and emergency room personnel.  The curriculums and training objectives for each environment can be significantly different, yet frequently overlap. Setting the conditions to support continuum of care training from point of injury to the emergency room is a valuable skill for simulation centers supporting an integrated emergency response system. The presenter will lead participants through a needs analysis designed to enhance a simulation centers ability to support blended prehospital and emergency room simulation response based on lessons learned developing simulation training for the United States Army and NATO Special Forces.

 

1. Identify unique learning objectives for prehospital medical professionals in the setting of trauma response.

2. Identify unique learning objectives for emergency room personnel in the setting of trauma response.

3. Identify shared learning objectives across the continuum of care.

4. Evaluate barriers to conducting continuity of care simulation.

5. Evaluate opportunities and benefits for continuum of care simulation.

6. Consider ways to objectively measure training outcomes.

7. Consider potential return on investments.

 

Speaker: Dr. Dan Irizarry, COL(R), MC, is a board certified family physician and Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Central Florida Medical School.  Dr. Irizarry served 26 year in the United States Army primarily in the special operations and prehospital care arena.  He is credited with establishing the NATO Special Operations Headquarters Allied Center for Medical Education, a fully immersive simulation center that continues to support training in the point of injury, en route evacuation, and surgical environments for NATO and US Forces.  Today, Dr. Irizarry is the medical director at an Orlando, Florida, family medicine clinic and the clinical advisor to Tactical Medical Solutions, Inc.   

 

1/29/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

PCS

Digital Patients with Artificial Intelligence: Theory and Practice

Join Balazs Moldovanyi as he gives a primer on Artificial Intelligence and the impact it will have on simulation in healthcare. Today, digital patients with machine learning and artificial intelligence are already being used in the classroom. Find out what that means, and how these digital patients are getting smarter every day thanks to machine learning and how you can leverage them in your learning environment. 

1/20/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Gordon Center

Virtual/Remote Simulation to Complement Face-to-Face Learning in the COVID Era and Beyond

3 sessions of 20 minutes duration each (including 5 minutes each for Q & A), addressing the following:
1) Hybrid courses (Dr. Ross Scalese) 
2) Tele/Virtual OSCEs (Ms. Samantha Syms) 
3) Considerations in transitioning a course from an in-person format to other formats (Dr. Ivette Motola / Mr. Al Brotons) 

Speakers:
Dr. Ross Scalese 
Ms. Samantha Syms  
Dr. Ivette Motola
Mr. Al Brotons

1/20/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Education Management Solutions

Virtual OSCE – The Future of the Standardized Exam

A live discussion of the evolution of the OSCE exam during Covid-19 featuring a look at a fully Virtualized OSCE workflow. In-depth examination of key challenges and solutions for remote proctoring, with a focus on student engagement and secure evaluations in fully remote exam environments. Additional segments detailing the best practices for integrating the physical exam within the Virtual OSCE environment, plus instructor and virtual SP training, management and scheduling. 

Objectives:
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
1. Understand how virtual environments can be leveraged to mandatory OSCE requirements.
2. Learn how one institute conducted over 1200 OSCE exams in a single day across four locations
3. Leverage existing student and instructor equipment to conduct Virtual OSCEs
4. Understand the key requirements for developing and executing a complete Virtual OSCE program 

Speakers: 

Alok Saxena, CTO, Education Management Solutions 
Laurie Kerns, Sr VP Education Services, Education Management Solutions
Lynn Welch, VP Business Development and Marketing, Education Management Solutions

1/20/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

Laerdal

Explore, Expose, and Promote Equitable Care Through Patient Simulation

In this one-hour session which will include live Q&A with the speaker, you will have a chance to explore the topic of implicit bias and its antidote, cultural humility. Implicit bias has a negative influence on diagnosis, medication management, and even the wholistic care of a patient. Cultural humility is a key to addressing implicit bias. But developing the skialls necessary to practice cultural humility are not easy. Policies and procedure and classroom lectures have done little to prepare practitioners to address what has become a major problem in America—inequitable care to black, ethnic, and other underserved populations. Simulation solves the problem by giving students and learners context, context that will enable them to perform better critical thinking and maintain better situational awareness in the future to provide equitable care.  

Objectives: 

The intent of this session is to give you enough knowledge about implicit bias to create simulations that will allow your students or learners to uncover implicit bias. You will see how simulation can show students and learners the effects that implicit bias can have on patient care. And, you will see how you can use simulation to help students and learners incorporate cultural humility in their actions to provide better patient care in the future.  

Speaker:

Desiree A. Diaz, PhD, RN-BC, CNE, CHSE-A, ANEF, FAAN Associate Professor Department of Nursing Practice College of Nursing Academic Health Sciences Center University of Central Florida

 

1/20/21 - IMSH Delivers

Recording Available

SonoSim

How to Successfully Deliver Ultrasound Simulations & Their Benefits During COVID-19 and Beyond - Part I

Learn how to flexibly integrate ultrasound training and simulation into your Simulation Center. Along with a case study, examine the benefits of ultrasound, training challenges, and how simulation can incorporate ultrasound to assist with applying medical decision-making. After the training, attendees will be able to access complimentary ultrasound training tools.

Point-of-care ultrasound is proven-effective to provide better patient outcomes in a cost-effective manner. In this two-part series, get insights into why ultrasound and ultrasound simulation is becoming so imperative during COVID-19 and beyond. Additionally, attendees will examine how ultrasound simulation can be run with real-patient cases whether in-person or remote.

01/13/21

2 PM EST

Recording Available

Interested in Hosting a Learning Lab?

The Virtual Learning Lab Series will offer qualifying Corporate Roundtable members with an opportunity to utilize the various SSH platforms to increase digital engagement with the SSH database of more than 25,000 members and non-members. This unparalleled opportunity will expand industry reach while you showcase your products and services to the leaders in the field of healthcare simulation. In this increasingly competitive market, gaining visibility and meeting with key decision makers from around the world is an opportunity you cannot afford to miss.  

Questions? Email @orosace@ssih.org 

 


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