SSH Simulation in Healthcare Journal August 2017 Research Articles Released

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The Society for Simulation In Healthcare (SSH) has recently shared their latest Journal publication of “Simulation in Healthcare”, August 2017 – Volume 12 – Issue 4 pp: 207-278 which contains the following peer-reviewed articles:

Empirical Investigations

  • Publication of Abstracts Presented at an International Healthcare Simulation Conference – Cheng, Adam; Lin, Yiqun; Smith, Jeremy; Wan, Brandi; Belanger, Claudia; Hui, Joshua
  • Improved Retention of Chest Compression Psychomotor Skills With Brief “Rolling Refresher” Training – Niles, Dana E.; Nishisaki, Akira; Sutton, Robert M.; Elci, Okan U.; Meaney, Peter A.; O’Connor, Kathleen A.; Leffelman, Jessica; Kramer-Johansen, Jo; Berg, Robert A.; Nadkarni, Vinay
  • Feedback Simulation for Acupressure Training and Skill Assessment – Noll, Eric; Romeiser, Jamie; Shodhan, Shivam; Madariaga, Maria Cecilia; Guo, Xiaojun; Rizwan, Sabeen; Al-Bizri, Ehab; Bennett-Guerrero, Elliott
  • Breaking Down the Objective Structured Clinical Examination: An Evaluation of the Helping Babies Breathe OSCEs – Seto, Teresa L.; Tabangin, Meredith E.; Taylor, Kathryn K.; Josyula, Srirama; Vasquez, Juan Carlos; Kamath-Rayne, Beena D.
  • The Role of Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Simulation Training at Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Centers in the United States – Weems, Mark F.; Friedlich, Philippe S.; Nelson, Lara P.; Rake, Alyssa J.; Klee, Laura; Stein, James E.; Stavroudis, Theodora A.

Concepts & Commentary


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  • Serious Gaming in Medical Education: A Proposed Structured Framework for Game Development – Olszewski, Aleksandra E.; Wolbrink, Traci A.
  • Simulation Faculty Development: A Tiered Approach – Peterson, Dawn Taylor; Watts, Penni I.; Epps, Chad A.; White, Marjorie Lee

Economic or Health Policy Articles

  • Simulation-Based Evaluation of the Effects of Patient Load on Mental Workload of Healthcare Staff – Rusnock, Christina F.; Maxheimer, Erich W.; Oyama, Kyle F.; Valencia, Vhance V.

Case Report/Simulation Scenario

  • An Innovative Approach: Using Simulation to Teach Primary Care Gynecologic Procedures – Hellier, Susan D.; Ramponi, Denise R.; Wrynn, Alexander; Garofalo, Stephanie
  • Common Complication of Sickle Cell Disease in a Resource-Constrained Environment: A Simulation Scenario – Binotti, Marco; Genoni, Giulia; Carenzo, Luca; Ferrero, Federica; Bona, Gianni; Ingrassia, Pier Luigi

Read the latest SSH Simulation in Healthcare journal edition here!


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SSH Simulation in Healthcare Journal Publishes April Edition on Simulations for Communicable Diseases

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Just received word that the latest issue (April 2016 – Volume 11 – Issue 2) of the Simulation in Healthcare Journal has been published. This journal is connected to the Society in Simulation in Healthcare. Over the next few months we will be reminding you about all the established and new journals out there relevant to those engaging in healthcare simulation. Stay tuned for more! Here is the articles in this issue, which focused on communicable disease Management:

Editorial

  • Introduction to Special Issue on Highly Communicable Disease Management Gaba, David M.
  • Ebola: Urgent Need, Rapid Response Adams, Jennifer J.; Lisco, Steven J.

Highly Communicable Disease Management Theme Issue

  • Health Worker Focused Distributed Simulation for Improving Capability of Health Systems in Liberia Gale, Thomas C. E.; Chatterjee, Arunangsu; Mellor, Nicholas E.; Allan, Richard J.
  • Rapid Development and Deployment of Ebola Readiness Training Across an Academic Health System: The Critical Role of Simulation Education, Consulting, and Systems Integration Phrampus, Paul E.; O’Donnell, John M.; Farkas, Deborah; Abernethy, Denise; Brownlee, Katherine; Dongilli, Thomas; Martin, Susan
  • Simulation as a Tool to Facilitate Practice Changes in Teams Taking Care of Patients Under Investigation for Ebola Virus Disease in Spain Rojo, Elena; Oruña, Clara; Sierra, Dolores; García, Gema; Del Moral, Ignacio; Maestre, Jose M.
  • Use of Simulation to Gauge Preparedness for Ebola at a Free-Standing Children’s Hospital Biddell, Elizabeth A.; Vandersall, Brian L.; Bailes, Stephanie A.; Estephan, Stephanie A.; Ferrara, Lori A.; Nagy, Kristine M.; O’Connell, Joyce L.; Patterson, Mary D.
  • Beating the Spread: Developing a Simulation Analog for Contagious Body Fluids Drew, Jonathan L.; Turner, Joseph; Mugele, Joshua; Hasty, Greg; Duncan, Taylor; Zaiser, Rebekah; Cooper, Dylan
  • Ebola Virus Disease Simulation Case Series: Patient With Ebola Virus Disease in the Prodromal Phase of Illness (Scenario 1), the “Wet” Gastrointestinal Phase of Illness (Scenario 2), and the Late, Critically Ill Phase of Disease (Scenario 3) Delaney, Heather M.; Lucero, Pedro F.; Maves, Ryan C.; Lawler, James V.; Maddry, Joseph K.; Biever, Kimberlie A.; Womble, Shannon G.; Coffman, Robert V.; Murray, Clinton K.

Empirical Investigations

  • Making an “Attitude Adjustment”: Using a Simulation-Enhanced Interprofessional Education Strategy to Improve Attitudes Toward Teamwork and Communication Wong, Ambrose Hon-Wai; Gang, Maureen; Szyld, Demian; Mahoney, Heather
  • The Correlation of Workplace Simulation-Based Assessments With Interns’ Infant Lumbar Puncture Success: A Prospective, Multicenter, Observational Study Auerbach, Marc; Fein, Daniel M.; Chang, Todd P.; Gerard, James; Zaveri, Pavan; Grossman, Devin; Van Ittersum, Wendy; Rocker, Joshua; Whitfill, Travis; Pusic, Martin; Kessler, David O.; for the INSPIRE LP Investigators Quantitative Feedback Facilitates Acquisition of Skills in Focused Cardiac Ultrasound Skinner, Alisha A.; Freeman, Rosario V.; Sheehan, Florence H.

Technical Report

  • A Hemodynamic Monitor as a Simulation Tool, a Novel Use of the PiCCO2: Technical Description of the Method and Its Application Eghiaian, Alexandre; Lanceleur, Antony; Le Maho, Anne Laure; Pouilly, Arnaud; de Kerlidy, Pierre Meudal; Blondel, Pascal; Suria, Stéphanie; Cerf, Charles

Erratum

Developing a Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curriculum: Lessons From 11 Years of Advanced Cardiac Life Support: Erratum

Check out the complete Simulation in Healthcare Journal Here!