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General Education Sessions

Thursday, January 11, 2018

8:15 AM - 5:00 PM | JW Marriott
SSH Board Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A

Saturday, January 13, 2018

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation Readiness Course
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Administration
  • Summarize key concepts of the Accreditation Standards of Performance.

  • Define process timeline and associated tasks for submission.

  • Identify useful tools to support development of the accreditation appilcation.

12:30 PM - 5:30 PM | UCLA Simulation Center
Apply Lean and TeamSTEPPS Tools in Trauma Team Training
Type: Immersive Courses | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Participate in an immersive trauma simulation scenario

  • Apply lean and TeamSTEPPS tools to process improvement

  • Discuss strategies to use simulation for quality improvement projects

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Build it Yourself! Low-cost Task Trainers
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • List low-cost parts that can be used to create do-it-yourself simulation training tools

  • Describe one technique that can be used to create a low-cost task training device

  • Identify the specific low-cost task trainers that could be developed at learner's simulation center

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
CHSE -A Subcommittee
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
CHSE Readiness Review Course
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Faculty Development
  • Learn the components of the certification process. This casual interactive course introduction will focus on exam prerequisites the application process and the study resources

  • Identify your exam content strengths and weakness. The CHSE exam blueprint will be the basis for discussion

  • Develop your personal action plan. Instructors will help you create a step-by-step action plan that includes a timeline study tools and resources key dates and more

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
CHSOS Readiness Review Course
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Faculty Development
  • Learn the components of the certification process. This casual interactive course introduction will focus on exam prerequisites the application process and the study resources

  • Identify your exam content strengths and weakness. The CHSOS exam blueprint will be the basis for discussion.

  • Develop your personal action plan. Instructors will help you create a step-by-step action plan that includes a timeline study tools and resources key dates and more

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Corporate Roundtable
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Debriefing Basics: Promote Reflective Thinking in Simulation
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Debriefing
  • Describe the recommended structure of a debrief session

  • Compare various debrief techniques based on guidelines standards participants and the overall goal of the simulation-based activity

  • Demonstrate integration of various debrief methods based on self-critique personal style and learner needs

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Demonstrate Return on Investment (ROI) for Simulation
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Administration
  • Demonstrate use of analytic hierarchy process to prioritize institutional goals

  • Define the five levels of an ROI pyramid

  • Outline costing and revenue methodologies available for supporting ROI calculations

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Develop an Effective and Sustainable Simulation Program
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Administration
  • Describe elements commonly included in a business plan.

  • List the challenges encountered in designing a simulation facility.

  • Outline a framework for sustainability.

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Emergency Preparedness: Leverage New Options and Make it Possible!
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Administration
  • Outline a framework for the development implementation and evaluation of focused training and exercises in emergency preparedness

  • Describe how to leverage currently existing or easily accessible resources to support the development of an emergency preparedness program

  • Relate and share strategies used by colleagues involved in other simulation programs

12:30 PM - 5:30 PM | Los Angeles Area Escape Room
Escape Room: An Innovation in Teamwork and Leadership Training
Type: Immersive Courses | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify individual strengths and weaknesses in working through a challenge with an ad hoc team

  • Describe the utility of an escape room scenario for team building and leadership learning objectives

  • Design one puzzle that can be used in an escape room

12:30 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Ethics Code Work Group - By Invitation Only
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Experimental Research and Design: The Next Level
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Research Methods
  • Generate operational definitions and hypotheses from theories.

  • Identify the primary threats to validity and how to control them.

  • Interpret main effects and interactions in figures from factorial designs.

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Forum Breakout
Type: Session | Track: Other
N/A
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Forum Breakout
Type: Session | Track: Other
N/A
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Forum Breakout
Type: Session | Track: Other
N/A
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Forum Exhibits
Type: Session | Track: Other
N/A
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Forum Plenary
Type: Plenary Session | Track: Other
N/A
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
INSPIRE
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Online Content Development Made Simple
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Faculty Development
  • Identify the optimal location for the placement of lights for video creation

  • Describe various microphones that can be used to capture audio during video creation

  • Use video editing software to modify and enhance videos

12:30 PM - 5:30 PM | UCLA Simulation Center
Patients in Crisis: Breakthroughs in Mental Health Simulation
Type: Immersive Courses | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Increase awareness of the wide range of applications and benefits of simulation in mental health training

  • Improve confidence in incorporating multi professionals including those outside of traditional healthcare roles into simulation

  • Support colleagues in thinking how they can develop mental health simulation into their own course repertoires

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Process Maps: Go Beyond Your Policy & Procedures Manual
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Administration
  • Describe how process mapping can be used to provide greater accountability and standardization

  • Explain the most common types of process maps with an appropriate use for each

  • Create a process map that incorporates specific high-value processes for each learner_s simulation program

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Produce Valid Evidence for Simulation-based Assessments
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Outline the steps necessary to provide evidence to support the validity of simulation-based assessment scores

  • Identify sources of measurement error in assessment scores

  • Collect data to support validity arguments

12:30 PM - 5:30 PM | OR 360
Serious Games: Development and Application
Type: Immersive Courses | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Discuss pedagogical foundations that support mobile learning appplications and games in medical and veterinary education

  • Identify opportunities to integrate clinical simulation and gaming applications into existing curricula at the participant_s home institution

  • Develop a storyboard for a game based learning application

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Simulation Research: Where Do I Start?
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Research Methods
  • Outline the fundamentals of sound educational research design.

  • Describe the importance of defining clear primary and secondary outcome measures.

  • Practice research thought and planning through the preparation of a research project outline.

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | LA Convention Center
Simulation-based Stations for Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs)
Type: Preconference Course | Track:
  • Describe the rationale advantages and disadvantages of using OSCEs for clinical assessment and list competencies that may be examined in OSCEs along with corresponding skills best suited to evaluation using simulations.

  • Discuss and implement the practical steps required to set up and run OSCEs with particular attention to stations employing mannequins task trainers and hybrid simulations for testing.

  • Design scoring instruments that may be used with simulations in an OSCE setting and customize these rating instruments according to learner level and simulator fidelity.

6:30 PM - 8:15 PM | JW Marriott
SSH Academy Fellows Dinner - By Invitation Only
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM | JW Marriott
SSH Academy Fellows Reception - By Invitation Only
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
8:30 PM - 10:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SSH President's Reception - By Invitation Only
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Theatrical Moulage: Endless Possibilities!
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Technical Operations
  • Describe the value of using realistic moulage and theatrical staging in simulation.

  • Outline two new ways to represent medical conditions and injuries.

  • Create three basic and/or advanced moulage effects using unique theatrical materials recipes and methods.

Sunday, January 14, 2018

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation Council Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Bedside Collaborative Care: Patients, Families and the Interprofessional Provider Team
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Demonstrate bedside collaborative care that includes active patient and family engagement

  • Consider the core elements of collaborative care from an adult learning theory perspective

  • Reflect on the use and value of simulation to help implement collaborative care programs

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Build Standardized Patient (SP) Methodology into Your Program
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Faculty Development
  • Identify basic components of SP methodology

  • Implement strategies to introduce SP methodology into their simulation environment

  • Reflect on practical aspects of including SP methodology in their own institutions.

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Casting, Sculpting and Molds for Realistic Special Effects
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Technical Operations
  • Use non-sulfur based clay to sculpt basic wounds

  • Cast sculpted clay with a quick drying resin/plastic to create molds for silicone prosthetic production

  • Use silicone to create prosthetic wounds from molds

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
CHSE-A Portfolio Development
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Leadership
  • List the CHSE-A portfolio elements

  • Describe reflective statements

  • Create the framework and content for your CHSE-A portfolio

6:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Cedars-Sinai Simulation Center
Curriculum for Mechanical Ventilation in Critical Care
Type: Immersive Courses | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Create a simulated critical care environment for multidisciplinary personnel; including set up and manipulation of existing simulators for the training and testing of staff

  • Develop a ventilator and airway management curriculum focused on the needs clinical staff in the acute care setting (ARDS Auto-PEEP and tension pneumothorax)

  • Demonstrate setup of a lung simulator to a mechanical ventilator to add realism to simulations designed to evaluate the treatment of a critically ill patient (response to ventilator alarms)

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Debrief Clinical Events
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Debriefing
  • Articulate the benefits of debriefing in the clinical environment simulation-based debriefing principles critical for debriefing clinical events and links between debriefing in actual clinical environments and simulation.

  • Compare different methods of debriefing applications in the clinical environment.

  • Develop a written plan for implementing debriefing in their own clinical environment.

6:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Emergency Medical Service Simulations: What Seems Impossible - is Possible!
Type: Immersive Courses | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Summarize three environmental factors that impact the effectiveness of EMS simulation activities

  • Develop one learning outcome to be used in a future EMS simulation

  • Describe mechanisms to simulate EMS patient care environments for enhanced realism

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Emergency Preparedness: Pediatric Disaster Triage
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Administration
  • Participants will review and evaluate pediatric disaster triage algorithms and disaster training principles.

  • Participants will compare and contrast various simulation modalities that may be used in disaster education.

  • Participants will identify specific education gaps that simulation could address in disaster triage training.

3:30 PM - 7:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Grand Opening
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Opens
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
11:00 AM - 11:05 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Exhibit Hall Ribbon Cutting/Opening of Exhibits
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Going In: Integrate In-situ Simulation to Improve Patient Safety
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Patient Safety
  • Identify the key steps required to build a sustainable unit-based simulation program

  • Explore the safeguards that need to be implemented before delivering a unit-based simulation program

  • Identify effective techniques to maintain stakeholder and participant engagement

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
IMSH Orientation Event (By Invitation Only)
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Keep it Safe: Psychological Safety in the Simulated Environment
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Faculty Development
  • Define psychological safety in healthcare simulation

  • Examine tensions inherent in balancing psychological safety

  • Describe ways to integrate principles of psychological safety into simulation courses

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Make the Differences Work: Improve Learner Outcomes in a Multi-cultural Healthcare Environment
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify three common cultural assumptions that result in miscommunication or non-communication

  • Describe the change transition when engaging in communication

  • Identify strategies to enhance communication with multi-cultural teams

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Mega-programs: Manage Big Program Needs in a Small Space
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Administration
  • Describe areas of impact on a program as it transitions to a "mega-program"

  • Identify strategies to support effective management of a "mega-program"

  • Develop a comprehensive program evaluation plan

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Opening Night Party
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Optimize the Business Case for Simulation: Strategies for Success
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Leadership
  • Describe three strategies for optimizing a business plan

  • Discuss examples of how boundary spanning can be used to achieve simulation and organizational goals

  • Outline a plan for using simulation to meet organizational goals

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Plenary Session: Opening Keynote Presentation
Type: Plenary Session | Track: Other
N/A
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Program Evaluation: The Basics for Building a Data and Information Rich Resource
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Evaluation of Programs
  • Discuss the benefits of evaluating simulation from a comprehensive programmatic perspective

  • Identify valid reliable and available tools to use for simulation program evaluation

  • Analyze data obtained from evaluation tools to identify areas for programmatic improvements

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Prototyping & 3D Printing
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Describe multiple forms of rapid prototyping

  • Utilize combinations of rapid prototyping techniques to produce simple forms

  • Identify information sources and tools for computer models for RP techniques

6:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Cedars-Sinai Simulation Center
Simulation in Healthcare Leadership
Type: Immersive Courses | Track: Administration
  • Discuss ways to improve communication and leadership skills

  • Enhance your ability to communicate difficult topics within a group setting

  • Explore what inhibits our ability to communicate effectively

6:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Cedars-Sinai Simulation Center
Special Pathogen Simulation Training in a Hospital Setting
Type: Immersive Courses | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Discuss supplies needed for donning and doffing the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including the Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)

  • Demonstrate proper donning and doffing of the PPE and or PAPR equipment as a primary provider and as a supervisor of donning and doffing process to prevent spread of pathogen(s)

  • Perform a task and/or procedure while in PPE/PAPR such as collection and disposal of waste from a patient room intubation CVC placement

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SSH Affiliations Event
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SSH Fellows Academy Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Sticky Simulation Situations: Tools for Difficult Debriefings
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Debriefing
  • List the common pitfalls seen in debriefing.

  • Identify a _toolbox_ of techniques to address challenging debriefing situations.

  • Demonstrate use of these tools in difficult debriefing situations using video review and role-play.

7:30 AM - 9:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Terminology and Concepts Workgroup
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
When Talking is Tough: Techniques to Handle Emotion and Resistance in Communication
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Leadership
  • Discuss evidence-based strategies to promote curiosity and respect for others_ perspectives

  • Practice establishing trust through relational analytical and deep listening skills

  • Identify resistance and tailoring responses to help reduce not increase resistance

7:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Write Better Manuscripts for Publication
Type: Preconference Course | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe the key components of each section of an empirical research paper (Introduction Methods Results Discussion).

  • Practice writing components of research papers (Introduction Methods Results Discussion).

  • Identify common problem areas in research papers and methods to avoid them.

Monday, January 15, 2018

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Academic Partnerships: Reach Out to New and Non-traditional Players
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Explore strategies for incorporating non-traditional academic programs into simulation

  • Demonstrate the value of increased authenticity by integrating students from a wide variety of academic programs into interprofessional simulations

  • Describe examples of simulation activities for which non-traditional academic programs can be included

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation Q & A
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation Reviewer Update
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Advanced Curriculum Development: Mastery Learning
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Identify the seven essential elements of Mastery Learning

  • Analyze how integration of mastery learning impacts the six steps of curriculum development

  • Apply the concepts of curriculum design and mastery learning to modify an existing curriculum

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Anesthesia Section
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Art and Science of Public Speaking
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • List three important characteristics of effective public speaking

  • Demonstrate the ability to participate in public speaking

  • Identify three methods for improving one's public speaking ability

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Authentic SP Portrayals for Physically and Emotionally Demanding Cases
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Outline two techniques to use with SPs to develop accurate authentic portrayals

  • Implement one actor-based training techniques for physically and emotionally demanding scenarios

  • Describe a training technique that is translatable to support health care trainees in developing clinical communication skills

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Basic SimHacks: Create Low Cost Trainers Through Creative Thinking
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Discuss the concepts of applied creative thinking and unblocking techniques as they apply to low cost trainer creations

  • Participate in group brainstorming activities and hands-on learning to foster an environment of creativity

  • Create a low cost simulator to take back to one's home institution

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Begin Your Career in Simulation
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Describe how to benefit from current and emerging academic/educational programs to lay a strong base for a meaningful career in simulation

  • Discuss trends in medical simulation education research and leadership opportunities and their impact on practioners- healthcare simulation career development

  • Compare and contrast strategies for success in healthcare simulation careers based on advice from experts in the field

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Behavioral Health Emergencies: Interdisciplinary Code Team Response
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify the advantages of using simulation to train interdisciplinary teams to respond to behavioral health emergencies

  • Recognize personality characteristics to consider when developing standardized patients to use in simulation for behavioral health emergencies

  • Classify ways to safeguard physical and psychological safety of the SP and staff participants when utilizing simulation to train interdisciplinary response teams

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Build Strong Research Study Protocols
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Research Methods
  • List essential components of a clinically relevant research question

  • Identify core components of a research protocol for the design and implementation of a simulation study

  • Apply concepts of evidence-based medicine to build a strong simulation study protocol

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Build the Case for Interprofessional Simulation
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Develop a business case for interprofessional simulation in health care

  • Identify resistance to change at its source/core level

  • Eenhance capacity to design an effective change and implementation plan

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Certification Council Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
CHSE Readiness Advisory Team
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Clinical Debriefing with INFO
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Discuss the challenges associated with implementing a clinical debriefing program

  • Describe the process involved in implementing INFO in the ER

  • Facilitate a simulated INFO session debriefing

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Community College Simulation: Challenges for Implementation
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Identify the unique challenges of implementing healthcare simulation in a community college

  • Explore the results of an international survey of community college simulation educators

  • Examine the implications of survey results for community college administrators simulation coordinators and simulation educators

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Community Outreach: Sustain Your Program
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Identify community partners that have the passion and ambition to develop and implement simulation as an adjunct to their current educational programs

  • Demonstrate integration of hands-on experiences in simulation instructor courses

  • Construct an outline for a simulation instructor course

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Competency-based, IPE Model Using Simulation Standards for Team Development
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify the development process of an Interprofessional Simulation Education Model

  • Describe the implementation of the Interprofessional Simulation Education Program

  • Explain the application for this simulation education model to participant needs

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Conduct a General Needs Assessment for Strategic Success
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe the importance of performing and implementing a needs assessment prior to developing simulation-based training programs

  • Conduct a needs assessment following a standardized approach

  • Identify barriers frequently encountered during needs assessments and potential solutions

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Conscious Leadership: Motivate Employee Behavior
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Discuss the essential components of Conscious Leadershipÿ

  • Identify factors that motivate employee behavior ÿ

  • List the components of effective communicationÿ

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Critical Care SIG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Critical Importance of Psychological Safety
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Identify the key elements of a psychologically safe learning environment

  • Assess facilitator behaviors that impact learner psychological safety

  • Demonstrate key skills in creating a psychologically safe learning environment

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
D-Squared: Debriefing the Debriefer for Faculty Development
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Assess the effectiveness of debriefing using specific elements of the DASH tool

  • Apply principles of structured debriefing to feedback conversations with faculty debriefers

  • Demonstrate effective feedback behaviors when debriefing a debriefer

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Debrief Interprofessional Groups
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Analyze challenges that arise in debriefing interprofessional groups

  • Discuss strategies to overcome challenges in debriefing interprofessional groups

  • Practice discussed debriefing strategies to address challenges that arise in debriefing interprofessional groups

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Debrief the Difficult Learner through a Community of Deliberate Practice
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Recognize potential challenges in debriefing the difficult learner

  • Describe strategies to address the disengaged emotional self-critical and overconfident learner

  • Devise strategies to create a community of deliberate practice at one's institution

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Debrief to Close Performance Gaps through Formative Assessment
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Describe how to identify a performance gap in clinical management or teamwork behaviors

  • Demonstrate semi-scripted phrases to discover the basis for the performance gap using the advocacy plus inquiry approach

  • Discuss invisible cognitive drivers of learner performance

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Develop a Career in Simulation Research: Strategies for Young Investigators
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Research Methods
  • Outline how to generate meaningful and measureable simulation-based and educational research questions

  • Identify common flaws in simulation-based and educational research studies

  • Develop a plan for career development in simulation-based research and investigation

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Develop a Simulation Fellowship Program
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • Describe an immersive core curriculum within a dynamic clinical environment to grow high-performing simulation leaders

  • Outline the process for developing a simulation fellowship program building on the existing foundation of one's simulation center

  • Describe two creative innovations to use in developing a simulation fellowship program

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Difficult Conversations: Enhance Communication Skills of the Interprofessional Team
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify the importance of developing strong communication skills in healthcare providers

  • Discuss how to implement a program that encourages exploration of mutual goals in difficult conversations using the SPIKES protocol

  • Practice methods of instruction and debriefing after role play of difficult conversation simulation cases

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Director's SIG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Director-s Workshop on Policies and Procedures
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Discuss four specific policies that affect the daily management of one's home simulation center

  • Analyze the most essential policies needed to provide a safe environment for the learner in one's home simulation center

  • Demonstrate the writing of a policy that outlines a method of evaluating the effectiveness of a course for learners of one's home simulation center

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Don-t Waste a Good Mistake: Learn from It!
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe how journey from novice to expert simulation educator technician manager or researcher requires deliberate practice and plenty of mistakes

  • Discuss common mistakes people make and how we can learn from them

  • Integrate the experiences shared by the panel and other attendees into one's own practice

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
EMS Affinity Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Enhance Faculty Development
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Compare successes and challenges in simulation faculty development from different institutions

  • Discuss strategies for ongoing faculty engagement for use in one's own institution

  • Articulate a plan to assess the effectiveness of a faculty development program

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Enhance Physical Safety for Educators and Learners
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe two different types of physical injury that can happen at a simulation center

  • Identify two ways to prevent real injuries before and during an encounter

  • Create an assessment tool designed to improve facility safety

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Evaluation Made Simple: Checklists, Global Rating Scales, Milestones and Competencies
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Describe simulation-based methodologies that have been used to evaluate trainees per the ACGME Milestones since their introduction in 2012

  • Create a specific milestone checklist on a classic case scenario with a group of peer educators

  • Design and create video-based assessment tools for summative assessment

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Evidenced-based Maternal Code Simulation
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Explore the process of designing maternal code simulation scenarios for the interdisciplinary team in varied care delivery models

  • Incorporate essential clinical and teamwork principles in curriculum design for optimal management of maternal code

  • Describe opportunities and challenges of facilitating maternal code simulation in varied settings

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Expand your Facility and Operations: Lessons Learned Along the Way
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Discuss simulation facility operations and design considerations

  • Describe simulation facility construction and project management considerations

  • Outline a plan for simulation facility move-in and operational readiness

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Expand Your Reach: Make Your Sim Center Work for You
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • List at least three opportunities for simulation collaboration with learners outside of one's own institution

  • Identify common sources of potential outside income for your simulation center

  • Develop an administrative process for managing community activity

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Experts as Learners: Simulation Training for Rare Procedural Skills Among Practicing Clinicians
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Identify barriers to teaching and assessing procedural skills using simulation in the practicing clinician population

  • Discuss methods to identify appropriate procedures for simulation training and assessment

  • Develop future directions and potentially inter-institutional collaboration on procedural skill development for practicing clinicians

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
External Relations Committee Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
First Do No Harm: Strategies to Prevent Simulation Accidents
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technical Operations
  • Identify at least three unanticipated hazards in the simulation training environment

  • Discuss at least three mitigation strategies to address known hazards in the training environment

  • Discuss the utility of a Simulation Safety Pledge

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Florida Healthcare Simulation Alliance Affinity Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Formal Training Programs Affinity Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Government Simulation Program Growth: Unfeasible to Achievable
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Identify opportunities and barriers in building a simulation program within the regulations of government and academic affiliates

  • Articulate two approaches for designing a multifaceted space that is versatile and flexible for stakeholders and learners

  • Discuss strategies for financial accountability within regulation constraints that can be applied to other simulation programs

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Hard-Wire Simulation Into QI for Organizational Buy-In
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Describe key principles and tools used to create a high-reliability organization (HRO)

  • Explain how a simulation-based framework incorporating high reliability principles can be used to integrate simulation with quality/safety strategies in a healthcare organization

  • Discuss a "tool kit" of simulation-based quality improvement tools

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Human Systems Integration Analysis: Improve Care and Report Outcomes
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Discuss how human system integration analysis can identify potential safety threats including benefits and challenges

  • Design a system integration analysis project plan for healthcare case

  • Propose an outcome reporting strategy to report back to the key stakeholders

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Hybrid Simulation Development
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Define hybrid simulation and identify areas for implementation within a curriculum

  • Discuss the ways to create a hybrid simulation case

  • Identify resources to assist in the effective implementation of a hybrid simulation scenario

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Identify Risk: Improve Systems through Simulation Program Development
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Define latent failures or conditions

  • Discuss the value of how the simulation development process can proactively identify opportunities for healthcare system process improvement

  • Implement two strategies to identify latent risk factors during the development process of simulation

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Implement a Hospital-wide Central Venous Catheter (CVC) Training Program
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Recognize the evidence for simulated CVC training as it relates to patient care

  • Validate the cost of implementing a rigorous hospital-wide CVC training program

  • Identify the financial costs of haphazard CVC training and the calculus administrators must make in supporting a mandatory rigorous program

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Implementation Science: Facilitate Effectiveness in Simulation
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • Define implementation science

  • Recall key implementation frameworks strategies and outcomes

  • Demonstrate the application of existing implementation evidence (concepts frameworks tools) to the implementation of a simulation programs to maximize implementation success

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
IMSH 2019 Planning Committee Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Integrate Interprofessional Education into a Health Sciences Center
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Define key interprofessional competencies for health professionals

  • Identify challenges to integrating IPE within a Health Sciences Center

  • Apply a systematic approach to create an IPE curriculum using a bottom-up approach

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Interprofessional Education: Novice to Expert
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Summarize the design of two examples of IPE curricula using Kern-s 6-step model for curriculum development

  • Use the 6-step model to devise a plan for design of a simulation-based IPE curriculum

  • Describe the best practices for upgrading the simulation-based IPE curriculum for professionals in practice

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Interprofessional Peer Review to Improve Educational Quality
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Evaluation of Programs
  • Describe how to create an interprofessional peer review team

  • Participate in peer review of a simulation

  • Discuss how to effectively deliver feedback to simulation educators and content developers

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Interprofessional Resuscitation: Engage Multiple Disciplines
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Design curriculum for interprofessional simulation program in management of the decompensating patient and cardiopulmonary arrest

  • Formulate strategies that reinforce effective communication amongst the patient care team during urgent and emergent events using TeamSTEPPS© as a framework

  • Evaluate the importance of sustaining an interprofessional program

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
IPE Affinity Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
IPE Through the Design-Implement-Assess-Modify (DIAM) Approach
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify the need for a cyclical process improvement tool for simulation enhanced interprofessional education (simulation-enhanced)

  • Recognize the Design-Implement-Assess-Modify (DIAM) model as an organized method of designing implementing and assessing IPE

  • Apply the DIAM model to design modify or evaluate IPE

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Kinesthetic and Visual/Spatial Procedural Skills: Frameworks to Achieve Competency
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Apply a strategy to help struggling learners when acquiring procedural skills training

  • Practice coaching methods to help trainees effectively manipulate equipment when operating on task trainers

  • Apply educational adjuncts to better assist trainees in conceptualizing three-dimensionality and articulating effective communication intra-procedure

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
L-S-P-P-D-M Approach: Teach and Assess Procedural Skills:
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Summarize the steps of the L-S-P-P-D-M competency-based procedural skills teaching and assessment approach

  • Describe key concepts in the development of procedural checklists to assess competency

  • Appraise and apply checklists to simulated procedures

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Learner Self-assessment Part 1
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Discuss the history strengths weaknesses and current use of self-assessment measures

  • Explore future promising directions and approaches in developing valid self-assessment measures

  • Examine the role of self-assessment and self-evaluation in the metacognitive processes supporting life-long learning

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Let's Get Social: An Innovative Method for IPE
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Define barriers to implementation of IPE

  • Explore SocialSim as tool to deliver IPE using social media

  • Compare and contrast affordances and limitations of SocialSim

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Leverage In Situ Simulation to Promote High Performance
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Discuss the importance of feedback in creating high performance teams and organizations

  • Describe how in situ simulation can be used to promote a feedback rich culture

  • Discuss how the model for high performance could be used to document and share findings from in situ trainings at your organization

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Low Cost & Low Resource Affinity Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Lunch, Exhibit Hall
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Make Global Simulation Possible through Robotic Technology
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Discuss how robotic technology can assist in simulation-based distance learning

  • Outline the use of robotic technology to facilitate interprofessional learning

  • List innovative strategies and important considerations to include when designing simulation for distance learning students

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Manage Disruptive Behaviors
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Describe different learning styles and behavioral motivations present in adult learners

  • Compare and contrast the needs and management guidelines for various types of disruptive behaviors

  • Apply strategies for managing challenging behaviors that you may encounter in a debriefing

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Measure Effectiveness: Practitioner Response to Patients- Verbal and Nonverbal Empathy Cues
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Research Methods
  • Delineate the important elements of verbal and nonverbal behavioral empathy cues that comprise patient-practitioner interactions

  • Apply the Empathic Communication Coding System to several practice videos to gain familiarity with the content and process for coding patient empathy cues

  • Determine the relevance applicability and logistical feasibility of the Empathic Communication Coding System for learners- ongoing and future research

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Media & Communications Committee Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Meet the Fellows: Current Work of the SSH Academy, Session #1
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Leadership
  • Describe the current scholarship and/or advocacy foci of the Academy Fellows

  • Engage in discussions around these topics with Academy Fellows and other attendees

  • Develop a mentoring relationship with an Academy Fellow working in similar interest areas

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Mitigate Latent Safety Threats through In Situ Simulation
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Identify main categories of latent safety threats along with examples of each

  • Recognize how to utilize in situ simulation to identify latent safety threats

  • Describe how to design an in situ simulation program for identification and mitigation of latent safety threats

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Mobile Education: Simulation in Motion
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Review possible geography climate and population concerns for planning a mobile simulation program

  • Describe four different approaches to the operation of a mobile simulation program

  • Describe four different approaches to the staffing and sustainability of a mobile simulation program

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Mock Stroke Codes: Improve Processes Through Staff Engagement
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Recognize processes or procedures that are amenable to evaluation through the use of system integration simulations

  • Describe the importance of including interprofessional stakeholders and clinical operations committees in the development of a systems integration simulation

  • Discuss how systems integration can be used to motivate increased staff engagement

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Moulage: Going Beyond Make-up, Achieving Realism Through Sensory Perception
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technical Operations
  • Identify innovative approaches to utilizing moulage in simulation activities

  • Discuss the implementation of moulage techniques in simulation-based educational programs

  • Apply essential skills in moulage techniques to create a multi-level interactive mass casualty scenario moulage plan

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Multidisciplinary Pediatric Emergency Curriculum: Think FAST
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Review the rationale for development of a multidisciplinary first five minutes training for in-hospital pediatric cardiopulmonary arrest resuscitation

  • Describe Pediatric FAST course design

  • Summarize lessons learned from Pediatric FAST

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
My Pregnant Patient is Coding: Coordinate an Interdisciplinary Team Response
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Discuss how to assess your environment knowledge gaps

  • Appreciate the obstacles and challenges in setting forth a simulation environment requiring multiple levels of expertise within the interdisciplinary team

  • Describe a high level of organization and detail required for an interdisciplinary training program within the hospital setting from pre-planning through debriefing

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
NOT IMPOSSIBLE! Highly Interactive Short Scenarios for Those with Limited Time and Resources
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Demonstrate how to create implement and facilitate a highly-interactive short scenario

  • Develop three specific learning objectives that correspond to short scenarios and learner mix

  • Debrief a small group using the theory -Debriefing with Good Judgment-

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Ob/GYN SIG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Open Source Your Simulator Inventory: Upgrade Your Off-warranty Equipment
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technical Operations
  • Determine the specific types of equipment mechanical breakdown

  • Discuss the corrective path of repairs of equipment in regards to cost durability and reliability

  • Explore ways to connect with other makers for assistance when complications arise using open source

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Optimize the Use of Checklists
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Identify types of checklists and their application within healthcare

  • Characterize the role of simulation in checklist optimization and implementation

  • Consider practical strategies for checklist implementation into simulated and actual clinical situations

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Paper Airplane Factory Game: Process and Systems Engineering
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Introduce systems thinking to manage interdependence and complexity

  • Demonstrate how to collaborate across boundaries sharing accountability and coordinated action across functions

  • Discuss how to use data driven decision making to improve healthcare systems performance

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Patient Safety & Simulation Collaborative
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Pediatric Section
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Physician Assistant SIG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
8:30 AM - 9:45 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Plenary Session: Lou Oberndorf Lecture on Innovation in Simulation
Type: Plenary Session | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Potential Hazards to Video Use in Debriefing
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Identify potential risks to learner engagement by using video in a simulation event

  • Identify adverse impacts of using video to learner participation during debriefing

  • Develop strategies for ameliorating these risks in debriefing without eliminating the positive impact of video review

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Qualitative Research: Explore the Possibilities
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Research Methods
  • Describe qualitative research

  • Explore four qualitative designs used for healthcare simulation research

  • Discuss common qualitative data collection analysis methods

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Critical Care
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in critical care that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in critical care that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within critical care that is being addressed with simulation education

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Difficult Learners
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in difficult learners that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in difficult learners that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within difficult learners that is being addressed with simulation education

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Emergency Preparedness
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in emergency preparedness that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in emergency preparedness that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within emergency preparedness that is being addressed with simulation education

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: New Professions in Simulation
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in new professions in simulation that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in new professions in simulation that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within new professions in simulation that is being addressed with simulation education

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: OB/GYN
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in OB/GYN that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in OB/GYN that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within OB/GYN that is being addressed with simulation education

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Return on Investment (ROI) How-to's
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in return on investement how-to's that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in return on investment how-to's that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within return on investment how-to's that is being addressed with simulation education

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Simulation in the Basic Science Classroom
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in simulation in the basic science classoom that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in simulation in the basic science classroom that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within simulation in the basic science classroom that is being addressed with simulation education

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: TeamSTEPPS
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in TeamSTEPPS that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in TeamSTEPPS that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within TeamSTEPPS that is being addressed with simulation education

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SARG (Simulation Assessment Research Group)
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Serious Games & VE SIG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Sim Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SimOps 2018 Planning Committee Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Simulation Scenario Development: A Team Endeavor
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Technical Operations
  • Describe common themes and practices related to the roles of the simulation operations specialist

  • Describe how to collaboratively work with simulation operations specialists as the "content experts" regarding manikin functionality

  • Explore how a sim center can systematically improve their scenario development process by incorporating simulation operations specialists

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SOTS Section
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Speak Up for Safety
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Discuss the challenges surrounding speaking up

  • Apply practical strategies to promote speaking up skills

  • Practice an algorithm of speaking up with good judgment

4:45 PM - 5:45 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SSH Business Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Standardized Patient Communication Assessment
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Describe similarities and differences in how communication is assessed through standardized patients in medical and advanced practice nursing education

  • Examine the characteristics of communication assessment rubrics specifically communication checklists and communication rating scales

  • Discuss how communication assessment in medical education and advanced practice nursing reflect differences in their respective core competencies practices philosophies and focuses of care

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Standardized Patient SIG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Standards for Simulation: Why or Why Not?
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Leadership
  • Review the development process for two sets of standards for simulation

  • Debate the use of standards for simulation education

  • Envision the adoption of simulation standards for one-s own simulation program

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Summative Assessment: High-fidelity Manikin Computer Programming
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Outline the distinct differences between formative and summative assessment

  • Review a computer program and summative milestone assessment to create a critical action flow diagram for a summative assessment scenario

  • Create a summative assessment scenario computer program for a high fidelity manikin including handlers and trends

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Super Specialists: The Impact of Simulation Operations Specialists
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations
  • Define the key roles and responsibilities that should be discussed when hiring simulation operations specialists

  • Discuss how to develop simulation operations specialists as part of the education team

  • Explore ideas for the creative utilization of simulation operations specialists to increase revenue via different external events

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Take Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice to the Next Level for Excellence in Resuscitation Performance
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Discuss how to use simulation to improve the successful performance of the key behaviors exhibited during cardiac arrest management associated with improved patient outcomes

  • Demonstrate the introduction and setting of -ground rules- for an RDCP training session

  • Practice the "observe-pause-identify-prescribe-replay" sequence of RCDP during a cardiac arrest simulation scenario

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Teach Physical Exam Skills: New Technology for Improved Performance
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • List major deficiencies in physical examination skills amongst US medical graduates including topical areas where the greatest deficiencies are generally present

  • Describe up to six types of errors in physical examination performance and associated skills

  • Identify technology approaches that are practical for evaluating physical exam skills

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Teamwork Assessment Using Neurodynamic, Communication and Observational Measures
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Describe three potential implications for the use of neurodynamic assessment as it relates to simulation-based education

  • Discuss the processes used to collect and correlate neurodynamic communication and observational data for teamwork assessment

  • Explore the impact apriori knowledge of a team-s neurodynamic and communication assessment results had on their own observational ratings of the same performance

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Telesimulation in Medical Education: Blazing a New Trail
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Describe a new and unifying definition of telesimulation in order to more accurately characterize its use in medical education and research

  • Identify applications of telesimulation in current research

  • Describe steps necessary to develop a telesimulation program at one's own institution

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
The Care and Feeding of your H-index and other Citation Metrics: It-s not Just Impact Factor Anymore
Type: Proposal Submission | Track: Faculty Development
  • Explain the use of a persistent scholarly identifier in establishing your h-index

  • Analyze the pros and cons of the h-index

  • Review other citation metrics of interest to simulation scholars

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
The Struggle Is Real: Technology Crisis Management in Simulations
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations
  • Identify technology issues and assign an appropriate crisis level using the Crisis Pain Scale

  • Examine an OODA Loop and how its concepts can aid in on-the-fly decision making

  • Explore collaborative communication and management of professional tone during a crisis using CRM communication techniques

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Transform Aviation Safety Tools for Use in Healthcare
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Describe differences and similarities in healthcare training to other high-risk industries such as aviation

  • Adapt a safety tool from another high-risk industry for use in the healthcare context

  • Plan testing of the adapted safety tool in a clinical setting

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Use Comedy to Enhance Empathy, Teamwork and Cultural Sensitivity
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • List two strategies to improve interprofessional teamwork

  • Identify cultural challenges to providing care

  • Display empathy in high pressure situations

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Use the DASH as a Developmental Framework for Debriefing (Spanish)
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Categorize beginning intermediate and advanced debriefing skills

  • Prioritize faculty development tasks related to debriefing

  • Apply standardized debriefing criteria in feedback to simulated faculty at different levels of debriefing skill

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Virtual Reality 101 for Clinical Education
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe the concept of virtual reality within the context of clinical education

  • Identify a "best use" case for the integration of a virtual reality solution into existing curricula

  • Define a concept in contemporary pedagogy that supports VR and multi-media simulation

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Visual Methods and Materials to Enhance Assessment, Evaluation and Research
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe visual methods and materials

  • Identify common sources of visual materials in simulation-based learning

  • Discuss one way visual methods and materials might be used to assess evaluate or research simulation-based activities

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Women in Leadership Follow Up
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Reflect on progress of her personal practice improvement plan and seek/provide feedback to other alumnae

  • Discuss strategies for achieving an optimal work-life balance

  • Brainstorm needs for women in leadership

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation Q & A
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation Reception - BIO
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation Team Leader Training
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation Top 10
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accreditation: Impact, Growth and Improvement
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Discuss the importance behind the three foundations for achieving Accreditation

  • Describe how Accreditation can assist with programmatic improvement

  • Identify specific Accreditation standards that can lead to programmatic growth

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Align Interests to Develop an In Situ Interprofessional Program
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify stakeholders in home institutions that must buy-in to simulation-based IPE

  • Articulate the educational patient safety and risk management merits to simulation-based IPE

  • Generate strategies to operationalize interdisciplinary simulation

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Assessment Methodologies: A Conceptual Introduction and Update on Newly Developed Tools
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Describe the process necessary to assure that assessment data is valid for a particular use and population

  • Explore the content of and validity evidence supporting the Team Emergency Assessment Measure (TEAM)

  • Explore the content of and validity evidence supporting the Concise Assessment of Leadership Management (CALM)

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education (ARISE): An Open Resource to Improve Healthcare Simulation Education
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Describe how ARISE open educational resources (OER) create contextual learning environments and actively engage students in the process of transformational learning

  • Explain how ARISE teaching plans integrate the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation and construct a plan for integrating ARISE scenarios into existing curriculum

  • Practice using an ARISE serious game and low-fidelity simulation

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Avoid Self-destruction with Effective Planning
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Discuss identified barriers from literature to implementation of Simulation IPE and how this faculty team addressed those barriers

  • Describe the process utilized in planning and implementing a simulation IPE using TeamSTEPPS and the IPEC as a framework

  • Evaluate the experience and implications for future IPE and how others and utilize this process

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Basic Anatomy and Medical Interventions for the Simulation Operations Specialist
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technical Operations
  • Discuss medical terminology in reference to human anatomy

  • Compare and contrast human anatomy to manikin anatomy

  • Identify medical interventions that can be performed on manikins

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Better Simulation Sessions through Instructional System Design with ADDIE
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Apply 3 core principles of Instructional Systems Design (ISD) to help improve instructional performance

  • Deconstruct "difficult to grasp" concepts into basic steps for training

  • Establish a curriculum using the ADDIE model

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Build, Redesign, or Readjust Your Perfect Sim Center Space
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Explain high-value simulation-driven center design

  • Analyze flexible formats for center design and SIM delivery to achieve multiple objectives with limited budgets

  • Describe how guiding principles of architecture and industrial design inform successful center creation

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Certification Reception - BIO
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
CHSE and CHSOS: Prepare and Apply to Become Certified
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
CHSOS Readiness Advisory Team
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Clinical Event Debriefing (CED)
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Identify benefits to patient safety and risk mitigation from Clinical Event Debriefing

  • Discuss lessons learned from the implementation of a CED program in a multi-institutional Emergency Department safety collaborative

  • Develop a framework to create and implement a Clinical Debriefing Program within one's organization

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Code Blue Kaizen + Simulation for Improved Code Blue Response
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Describe the Kaizen methodology utilized to develop a new standardized code blue response process

  • Discuss the use of interprofessional simulation for training of the new standardized code blue response process

  • Evaluate outcomes of interprofessional simulation training on code blue teams and staff in relation to Kaizen goals

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Collaborative Practice in Your Academic Institution: PT, OT and Nursing
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Plan 1-2 reasonable steps that can be taken within the next year toward expanding simulation-based learning experiences in your PT OT or RN curriculum

  • Outline the key components of a PT OT or RN simulation-based learning experience which could be used to address an identified curricular gap at your institution

  • Discuss how to modify simulation-based learning activities to achieve collaborative practice objectives

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Competency Skills Assessment for Resident Trainees
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Identify the use of simulation as a training and competency assessment tool for procedural skills

  • Discuss the challenges and solutions involved in implementing a resident competency assessment program for procedural skills

  • Describe the methods used to develop and validate a competency assessment tool for procedural skills

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Conduct Educational Research with Practicing Clinicians: Barriers and Strategies
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Research Methods
  • Describe challenges in recruiting practicing clinicians to participate in educational research

  • Discuss findings reported in recent literature regarding subject recruitment retention and attrition when practicing clinicians are the subject population

  • Explore recruitment/retention strategies to increase participation and decrease attrition of practicing clinicians in education research

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Contemplative Practice to Enhance Leadership in Healthcare
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • Describe how contemplative-based practices can positively impact self management and interpersonal skills

  • Practice basic exercises to help develop self awareness emotional intelligence resilience and empathy

  • Incorporate augmented intra-personal and interpersonal skills in the home workplace and clinical environments

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Contextual Leadership: How Role Influences Leadership Style
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Leadership
  • Explain how leadership can be exercised at any level and in any role within an organization

  • Determine the leadership attributes most appropriate for one's professional context

  • Identify three leadership strategies one can employ successfully in the workplace

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Convert Teaching and Assessment Materials Into Educational Scholarship Through MedEdPORTAL
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe the new MedEdPORTAL journal and repository

  • Discuss examples of appropriate types of materials that can be published on MedEdPORTAL

  • Assess standards and criteria to meet MedEdPORTAL guidelines

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM | JW Marriott
Credentialing Commission Dinner - BIO
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Data Analytics: Monitor the Growth & Health of Your Sim Center
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Generate a usage report using readily available tools

  • Apply report results to determine center capacity resource optimization and budget justification

  • Discuss the use of a dashboard to meet operational and professional development objectives

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Debrief Teams: Circular Questions to Change Team Interaction
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Describe the idea of circular questions

  • Identify ways of using circular questions in debriefings

  • Develop strategies to build and use circular questions

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Debriefing Considerations for Clinical Events
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Identify criteria to guide clinical event debriefings

  • Discuss boundary conditions around clinical event debriefing

  • Outline processes to establish psychological safety and engaging learning conversations

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Define the Role of Simulation Operations
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Technical Operations
  • Define the required elements for simulation operations

  • Describe the necessary components of a simulation-based education program to support programmatic activities

  • Discuss the potential pitfalls of ignoring specific resource or support systems expected for programmatic operations

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Design a Comprehensive Boot Camp Experience
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Recognize the importance of and examine methods to create a thorough needs assessment

  • Describe instructional designs most appropriate for a boot camp experience

  • Identify needed resources for program execution and resource allocation planning

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Design an Interprofessional Simulation Experience From Start to Finish
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Define interprofessional simulation and the key design and facilitation strategies for an interprofessional simulation exercise

  • Describe potential pitfalls in conducting and implementing interprofessional simulation in various settings such as hospital-based or at a free standing simulation center

  • Create exercise goals learning objectives and develop a draft scenario for an interprofessional group

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Design Safe Spaces and an Effective EHR through Simulation
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Describe how simulation is used to identify latent safety threats

  • Explain how simulation is used to identify implementation concerns during the development phase for new electronic health record implementation

  • Discuss examples from four institutions of how simulation-based design tests can identify and prevent design flaws in new hospital environments and processes

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Determine Your ROI: Tips and Tools for Administrators
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Articulate the value of simulation and the return on investment

  • Examine the components of a business plan

  • Discuss the ways of sustaining a simulation program

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Develop a Course and Measure Quality Assurance
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Evaluation of Programs
  • Recognize the need for a course development process

  • Identify the key factors to consider when developing a course

  • Discuss different approaches to implementing quality assurance measures

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Develop a High Quality Interprofessional Simulation Program
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Describe the process to develop an interprofessional collaborative simulation program

  • Discuss methods to overcome barriers to interprofessional simulation

  • Compare and contrast traditional mock code format with the -talk code- format

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Develop a Valuable Standardized Patient Manual
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Recognize the importance of developing a Standardized Patient Manual

  • Review the suggested outline for creating a Standardized Patient Manual

  • Identify applicable content for your individual program

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Development Partnerships: Ideas to Blueprint
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Define the roles and responsibilities of the sponsor the content expert and the developer in your project

  • Discuss the development process and resource constraints as they apply to the optimal specification of your project

  • Examine the development process to maintain your project within budget and within your time line

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Education Committee Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Emergency Medical Services (EMS): Incorporate Simulation into Your Curriculum
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Discuss the benefits of simulation-based education and training in the context of the EMS focused simulation literature and the rationale for incorporating it into existing EMS curriculum

  • Describe a few areas in Emergency Medical Services where simulation is being used and identify areas for further research

  • Develop a practical strategy to form cooperative partnerships with stakeholders in EMS to incorporate simulation into the EMS educational curriculum at their home institution

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Emergency Medicine Section
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Emergency Nursing Orientation: Improve Patient Assessments Using Multidisciplinary Simulation
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Recognize how multidisciplinary simulation can be employed in nursing orientation to improve assessment skills

  • Identify tools to employ these methods in their own institutions

  • Define assessment and evaluation tools to measure outcomes within their own programs

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Engage Stakeholders and Show ROI
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • Demonstrate the value of building a business case for a simulation project

  • Implement a return on investment methodology to develop a business model for one's organization and simulation projects

  • Explain methods for obtaining support throughout one's organization to provide proper resources to implement a system wide simulation program

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Enhance In Situ Simulation with Real Patient Encounters
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Discuss the challenges of maintaining fidelity in a hospital-based simulation scenario

  • Develop an effective method of using an existing patient on the floor to profile the simulated patient

  • Identify opportunities to utilize the mirror patient in hospital-based simulation scenarios

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Enhance Simulation through Critical Trigger Programming
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technical Operations
  • Identify critical events of a simulation (triggers)

  • Create a scenario from a template utilizing critical trigger programming

  • Discuss the types of learner events that can be captured with scenario programming

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Federal Medical Simulation Training Consortium Affinty Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Fix the Gaps: Corrective Action Plans for Root Cause Analyses
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Identify the five steps to develop a Simulation Corrective Action Plan (SIMCAP) for RCA events

  • Utilize TeamSTEPPS principles to address communication gaps after undesired events

  • List four essential concepts necessary for developing a performance improvement simulation scenario

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Followership: The forgotten "Key to Leadership"
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • List two definitions of Followership

  • Describe three Followership behaviors which support leadership functions

  • Use a standardized Followership assessment tool to rate Followership and determine Followership styles demonstrated in video vignettes

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Formal Training Programs: Build Simulationists from the Ground Up
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Recall two reasons for creating formal programs designed to build entry level and beyond healthcare simulationists

  • Differentiate two types of formal programs designed to build entry level and beyond healthcare simulationists

  • Outline one advantage and disadvantage to developing a similar program at one-s own institution

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Gender-neutral Language: Training to Raise Awareness
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe appropriate terminology for lesbian gay bisexual and transgender (LGBT) population when interviewing

  • List strategies for creating a safe and welcoming clinical environment for the LGBT patient

  • Identify healthcare disparities affecting LGBT populations and the resulting specific healthcare needs

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Give Feedback on Feedback
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Discuss key concepts to consider when giving feedback on feedback to adult learners

  • Use the Pre-think Chart (and/or the -Feedback Rubric-) in preparation for giving feedback on feedback to adult learners

  • Practice giving feedback on feedback to learners

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Government Relations Subcommittee
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Healthcare Simulation in Asia - Report from the other end of the globe
Type: Proposal Submission | Track: Faculty Development
  • Gain an overview of how healthcare simulation has been adopted and used in various Asian countries

  • Describe the driving forces and challenges these countries have been through in adopting healthcare simulation

  • Discuss strategies to enhance healthcare simulation adoption in low-resourced regions

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Healthcare Systems & Modeling AG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Hospital Based Centers Section
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
How to Write and Report a Research Study
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Research Methods
  • Describe the extensions to the CONSORT and STROBE statement for simulation-based research

  • Understand how to use the guidelines to draft and/or review a simulation-based research study

  • Discuss the do-s and don-ts when drafting a simulation-based research manuscript

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Human Factor System Approaches to Improve Quality and Safety
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Discuss why human factor system and process approaches (HFSA) are critical for improving healthcare quality and safety

  • Articulate the different types and methods of discovery of HFSA

  • State the benefits and challenges to HFSA and describe several cases which utilized HFSA

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Improve Clinical Feedback Skills Using the FACE
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Discuss a strategy for addressing the task versus relationship dilemma inherent in reflective feedback conversations

  • Assess the effectiveness of a feedback conversation using specific elements of the FACE tool

  • Demonstrate an effective feedback behavior when facilitating a structured feedback conversation

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Improve Debriefing Skills Through Peer Observation and Feedback
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Apply effective observation and inquiry techniques in debriefing through structured role play exercises

  • Explain the role of the debriefers- hidden assumptions in driving both functional and dysfunctional debriefings

  • Demonstrate participation in a -community of practice- which allows for a safe yet challenging context to improve one-s own debriefing skills

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Improve Reliability for Low Frequency, High Risk Training
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Describe the use of simulation for systems evaluation to improve patient safety

  • Identify one low frequency high risk situation in one's institution that could benefit from just-in-time training and evaluation

  • Explain the list of steps to develop curricula for just-in-time training and evaluation

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
In Situ Patient Evacuation
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Identify a situation that would require emergency patient evacuation

  • Outline one strategy for assessment of an in situ simulation

  • Describe the potential impact of in situ simulation

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Increase Fidelity of Perioperative Scenarios using Environmental and Socioemotional Distractors
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Recognize the benefits and challenges from incorporating socioemotional and environmental distractors into an interprofessional perioperative simulation scenario

  • Develop a strategy to select the most appropriate distractor(s) to enhance fidelity of an interprofessional perioperative simulation scenario

  • Create an enhanced interprofessional perioperative simulation scenario by incorporating socioemotional and environmental distractors

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Internal Medicine Affinity Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Internal Relations Committee Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
International Reception with Affiliation Signing Ceremony - BIO
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Just-in-time Training: Simulation on Call
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Describe the "Just-in-time Training" philosophy

  • Describe resources and materials that make a JITT lab successful in a large academic institution

  • Discuss challenges to monitor best practice quality and safety in a unmanned lab

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Large Scale Auditions to Triple Your Standardized Patient Staffing Pool
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Describe 3 recruitment methods for Standardized Patients

  • Identify 5 components of a recruitment session agenda

  • Demonstrate 3 interactive components of a recruitment session

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Leadership in Healthcare Simulation: Flex Your "How"
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • Define three keys to principle-based leadership

  • Identify one's individual leadership style

  • Describe the importance of "flexing" one's individual leadership style

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Learner Self-assessment Part 2
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Explore the genesis of self-efficacy and how it applies to the assessment of learners in the healthcare training environment

  • Determine the strengths and weaknesses of self-efficacy measures in the assessment and evaluation of simulation

  • Examine how a self-efficacy measure is constructed including tips and resources to support the construction of one's own self-efficacy measures

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Lunch, Exhibit Hall
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Maximize All-staff Orientation
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Discuss two benefits of including simulation as part of an orientation process

  • Identify how simulation makes it possible for new employees to better utilize hospital resources

  • Discuss how simulation makes it possible for employees to gain a better understanding of national and organizational priorities resources and initiatives

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Meaningful Mentoring: Facilitate Faculty Development in Simulation
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe two characteristics of simulation faculty development

  • Apply three essential components of meaningful mentorship to simulation faculty development venues

  • Compare and contrast elements of mentoring in the academic and clinical settings

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Measure the Impact: A Simulation-based QI Program for Pediatric Acute Care
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Evaluation of Programs
  • Identify methodologies of using simulation as an effective assessment and research tool

  • Recognize various measures of the impact of a simulation-based assessment and quality improvement

  • Discover effective use of data and report outs to improve measures of care

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Meet the Fellows: Current Work of the SSH Academy, Session #2
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe the current scholarship and/or advocacy foci of the Academy Fellows

  • Engage in discussions around these topics with Academy Fellows and other attendees

  • Develop a mentoring relationship with an Academy Fellow working in similar interest areas

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Mental Skills Training to Make Average Performance Excellent
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify how psychological factors can negatively impact healthcare providers- performance

  • Discuss the rationale potential benefits and applications of mental skills training to healthcare providers of all levels

  • Acquire performance enhancing techniques and chronic stress management skills to use during a test of dexterity

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Multi-patient Simulation: Mastering the Juggling Act
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Describe the strengths and limitations of multi-patient simulation as well as recognize necessary resources for its application

  • Identify the clinical cognitive human factors and patient safety applications of multi-patient simulations

  • Formulate a multi-patient simulation design for an identified institutional need where one-patient/one-provider team simulation training is limiting

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Navigate an Early Career in Simulation
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Leadership
  • Describe how to apply experience from current and emerging academic and educational programs to develop a meaningful career in simulation

  • Discuss how trends in leadership structure research programs and educational models of healthcare simulation centers may impact career opportunities for current and recent trainees

  • Compare and contrast strategies for success in healthcare simulation careers based on advice from experts in the field

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Navigate Challenges of Mindset and Emotional Intelligence in Debriefing
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Identify learner responses associated with fixed and growth mindset

  • Create phrases to support or re-frame a learner-s mindset to enhance learning

  • Describe the components of Emotional Intelligence

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Non-traditional Settings: Improve Patient Safety through In Situ Programming
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Describe how in situ simulation can be used to identify latent safety threats in ancillary and outpatient areas

  • Explain the development implementation and evaluation of an ancillary or outpatient area for in situ simulation

  • Discuss a process to resolve latent safety threats identified through in situ simulation

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Nursing Residency Program: Improve Quality and Reduce Turnover
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Describe the crucial elements of a new simulation-based clinical residency program using evidence-based best practices

  • Predict potential barriers to success and identify strategies to overcome these barriers

  • Recognize the value of a clinical residency program with direction towards building a case for potential ROI

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Nursing Section
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Peer Coaching: Improve Debriefing Skills
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Describe the elements of debriefing performance which can be explored when providing feedback on the quality of debriefing sessions

  • Apply a faculty development tool designed to help with peer coaching and feedback

  • Describe and implement a strategy for peer coaching in a simulation program

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Peer Review: Perspectives from the Editorial Team of Simulation in Healthcare
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Research Methods
  • Describe steps in the review process and expectations of reviewers

  • Identify common characteristics of accepted and rejected manuscripts

  • Write a clear concise and balanced critique that helps an author improve the quality of a manuscript and assists editors in decision-making

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Performance Metrics and ROI in OB/GYN Simulation
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Discuss the concept of programmatic assessment metrics

  • Identify two obstacles to obtaining performance metrics

  • Troubleshoot one obstacle to performing ROI calculation

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Perioperative SIG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Plan and Develop your In Situ Simulation Project
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Develop an outline for a future in situ simulation project including planning implementation and evaluation phases

  • Identify 3 key components during preparation of an in situ simulation project to ensure success

  • Analyze a project outline for identification of common in situ simulation barriers/pitfalls

8:30 AM - 9:45 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Plenary Session: Michael S. Gordon Center Lecture on Medical Education
Type: Plenary Session | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Project Management Toolkit: Resources to Make it Possible!
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Outline the project management process

  • Design an effective project charter

  • Identify barriers that impact successful project delivery

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Promoting Excellence and Reflective Learning in Simulation (PEARLS): A Blended Approach to Debriefing
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Describe three different strateiges for debriefing and their associated indications for use

  • Identify how the directive feedback learner self-assessment (eg. plus-delta) and focused facilitation (eg. advocacy inquiry) fit within the PEARLS framework of debriefing

  • Apply the PEARLS debriefing tool to help implement the PEARLS blended method of debriefing

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Quality of Care Initiatives in Low-Resource Settings (East Africa, India, and Ghana)
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Describe key components to successful simulation debriefing and team-training in extremely low-resources settings

  • Describe the use of human-centered simulation to promote kind and respectful care in extremely low-resource environments

  • Apply lessons learned in sustainability scalability and promotion of quality maternity care to one's own simulation programs

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice for Interprofessional Teams
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Define RCDP and contrast it with traditional simulation

  • Outline key components of an RCDP teaching sequence

  • Apply RCDP techniques while teaching a team-based resuscitation case to a group of learners

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Focus on the Patient Experience
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in focusing on the patient experience that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in focusing on the patient experience that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within focusing on the patient experience that is being addressed with simulation education

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Mass Casualty
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in mass casualty that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in mass casualty that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within mass casualty that is being addressed with simulation education

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Mental Health
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in mental health that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in mental health that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within mental health that is being addressed with simulation education

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Nursing Assessment
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in nursing assessment that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in nursing assessment that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within nursing assessment that is being addressed with simulation education

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Nursing Leadership
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in nursing leadership that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in nursing leadership that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within nursing leadership that is being addressed with simulation education

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Standardized Patients
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in standardized patients that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in standardized patients that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within standardized patients that is being addressed with simulation education

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Research Committee Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Safety II and Resilience Engineering Affinity Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Scenario Design: Integration of Modalities to Meet Learner Objectives
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Explain the principle of simulation modality selection and application

  • Describe an innovative hybrid simulation scenarios

  • Outline the process of integrated simulation scenario design

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Silicone Casting, Molding, and Other Tissue Mimicking Materials
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Participants will be able to define appropriate terminology relating to silicone products molding and tissue mimicking materials.

  • Participants will describe the various types of silicone products their properties and applications.

  • Participants will construct a sim skin with embedded power mesh and a two-part mold.

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Sim Hacks: Creating Simulation Models and Task Trainers on a Budget !
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations
  • Become cognizant of the variety of options for creating low cost low fidelity sim with everyday crafts

  • Describe concrete methods for creating select low cost simulation models

  • Develop a blueprint for low cost solutions to an institutional specific sim challenge

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Sim Wars: Tools and Skills to Provide Edutainment!
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Create and host an entertaining audience engaged Sim Wars contest

  • Discuss how to adjust your debriefing style to review case objectives in a psychologically safe manner in front of a live audience

  • Obtain the necessary audio-visual skills to engage a conference audience in a Sim Wars contest

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Simulation Center Facility Design Considerations
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Describe the challenges associated with designing a simulation facility

  • List the phases of simulation facility design

  • Create a sample simulation center design

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Simulation Fellowship Assessment: Monitoring of Fellow Progression
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Consider the capabilities a simulation trainee should strive to achieve

  • Describe the progression of a fellow specific capabilities

  • Create tools that offer summative assessment to track the progress of fellowship trainees

6:30 PM - 9:30 PM | JW Marriott
Simulation in Healthcare Editorial Dinner
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Speed Mentoring: A Networking Event with Simulation Mentors and Leaders
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • Determine strategies for success in healthcare simulation careers based on advice from experts in the field

  • Develop meaningful mentorship relationships in healthcare simulation

  • Create a plan of action to build or improve a healthcare simulation career using advice and direct guidance from an array of simulationists

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SPs as Evaluators: Explore the Roles of Standardized Patients
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Identify the various ways SPs can assist in evaluating learners and curricula

  • Explain the importance of SP feedback in clinical skills assessment

  • Compose instructions for an assessment checklist at a level the SP can understand

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
STEM: Grow a Simulation-based Program
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Discuss the ROI of STEM programming in a simulation center

  • Examine how to determine opportunities for STEM programming in a simulation center

  • Describe how to implement STEM programming in a simulation center

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Strengthen Individual and Team Leadership through Game-based Learning
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • Participate in an experiment with team exercises designed to identify teamwork challenges

  • Describe the use of games as tools to supplement traditional simulation curricula

  • Develop a strategy to adapt and implement games to strengthen teamwork at their own institution.

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Summative Learner Assessment: Best Practices
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Differentiate among the terms formative summative and high stakes assessment

  • Identify challenges for implementing summative and high stakes assessment using simulation

  • Discuss guidelines for designing implementing and evaluating simulations designed for summative and high stakes assessment

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Surgery SIG
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Teach Congenital Heart Defect Surgical Skills using 3D Printing Technology
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Discuss new technologies available for surgical skills training

  • Design a process for setting up a 3D printing surgical procedure lab

  • Relate potential implications for 3D printing to improve patient safety and quality of care

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Teach Mindfulness and Resilience for Improved Outcomes
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Leadership
  • Discuss the significance of mindfulness for practicing clinicians and educators to maintain a healthy work environment

  • Explore two examples of how incorporating concepts of mindfulness resiliency and emotional well being into common clinical simulations can add value to learning

  • Identify two specific mindfulness behaviors that healthcare professionals can use to bring calmness to their environment and increase the potential for greater interpersonal interactions

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Teach Residents the Art of Simulation: Create an Instructional Elective
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Develop learning objectives for a resident simulation instructor elective

  • Describe a didactic curriculum for a resident simulation instructor elective

  • Evaluate residents on their simulation performance and debriefing techniques

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Time Out! Pause for Safer Care Outside the OR
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Recognize root causes of incorrect procedures and appreciate teamwork communication and human factors in ensuring correct surgery and invasive procedures

  • Compare HFS and VPS in teaching the five steps to ensuring correct invasive procedures

  • Demonstrate the resources provided to implement an -Ensuring Correct Surgery and Invasive Procedures- curriculum at your own institution

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Train the Trainer Curricula for Simulation Education in Low and Middle-income Countries
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Describe how cultural differences and resource availability impact the design of train the trainer curricula for health professional education in LMIC

  • Identify cultural differences in adult learning styles that impact health educational interventions in LMICs

  • Apply lessons learned to develop train the trainer curricula for use in low resource or culturally diverse settings

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Transition to Nursing Practice
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Identify two key issues specific to transition to practice for new nurses

  • Discuss the theoretical underpinnings of debriefing and coaching

  • Demonstrate one teaching technique to uncover student thinking and reasoning

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Use Simulation to Explore Resilience: Innovations for Patient Safety
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Describe several key concepts of a resilience engineering approach to patient safety

  • Identify ways in which selected resilience engineering principles may be explored and developed using simulation

  • Discuss at least one opportunity to integrate a resilience engineering approach using simulation to tackle improvement challenges in one's organization

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Use the DASH as a Developmental Framework for Debriefing
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Use the elements and dimensions of the DASH to recognize faculty development needs

  • Categorize faculty development needs according to the elements of the DASH

  • Prioritize faculty development based on individual and aggregate DASH scores emergent needs and organizational priorities

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Validation of Simulation-based Assessments: Contemporary Concepts and Strategies
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Use Kane-s framework to construct a validity argument for a specific simulation-based assessment instrument

  • Identify the sources of validity evidence supporting the Objective Structured Assessment of Technical Skills (OSATS) a commonly-used simulation-based assessment tool.

  • Plan a validity argument (and the corresponding evidence) for a simulation-based assessment tool used by the participant.

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Virtual Reality Simulators for Skills Training
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Describe the use of virtual reality simulators to support a -mastery- or -deliberate practice- model of training

  • Distinguish effective use of VR simulators for self-regulated learning

  • Analyze individual learning curves to support individualized training

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Accelerate a Process Improvement Project
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Apply the PDSA cycle model to accelerate a quality process improvement project

  • Outline the steps necessary to create conditions that promote interprofessional teamwork for productive outcomes

  • Describe the potential of using simulation with an interprofessional team to reduce the incidence of healthcare-associated infections

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Advanced Modular Manikin: The Next Generation
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Describe the value of a modular construction for manikin development.

  • Articulate the considerations terms architecture parameters and model for the open source and open standard of manikin development

  • Apply principles of modular development for creation of new modules

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Anchored Humanistic Assessment Application to Simulated Patient Encounters
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Identify the 7 Essential Elements of a Patient Encounter as outlined in the 2001 Academic Medicine publication known as the "Kalamazoo Consensus Statement"

  • Review approaches to maximizing effective communications utilizing these 7 Essential Elements of a Patient Encounter

  • Review simulation opportunities for teaching and assessing communications in healthcare learners

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Assessment Tools: Develop My Own?
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Practice developing a simulation-based assessment tool using a modified Delphi technique

  • Identify the sources of validity evidence for a simulation-based assessment score using Messick-s unified validity framework

  • Practice judging the validity evidence of an already published simulation-based assessment tool

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Backward Design: Outcome-driven Clinical Scenarios
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe the three steps in Wiggins and McTighe-s Backward Design Process

  • Write three targeted measurable learning outcomes appropriate for a specific learner level

  • Develop a storyboard for a clinical scenario that describes the important clinical behavioral and operational aspects of each key stage in the scenario

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Become Integrated: It's Not as Scary as You Think
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Describe how integration of simulation throughout a system improves patient safety

  • Identify bidirectional opportunities within hospital systems to integrate simulation

  • Explain how to integrate patient safety initiatives across all simulation curriculums

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Break Down Silos: Create a Collaborative and Centralized Simulation Program
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Recognize the barriers and opportunities for simulation program operations mangers/directors in developing a collaborative and centralized simulation program

  • Identify sources of data including: scheduling planning tracking and coordinating multiple programs students and faculty

  • Identify three lessons learned in the transition from singular programs to one large unified interprofessional program

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Calculate ROI: A Formula for Simulation
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Evaluation of Programs
  • Describe the complexities surrounding ROI calculation in a non-traditional (manufacturing) environment

  • Discuss ways to incorporate senior leader priorities into a simulation center ROI methodology

  • Describe how to incorporate traditionally intangible factors such as community benefit for quantifcation in an ROI methodology

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Champion Patient Safety Initiatives through Simulation
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Describe barriers to the use of simulation for safety and quality improvement

  • Formulate effective strategies to leverage simulation for safety and quality improvement

  • Apply techniques to begin a simulation-inclusive safety and quality improvement program using a small group PBL format

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Change Practice, Develop Policies and Be Successful in your Institution
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify practices policies and/or procedures that could provide opportunities for simulation-based training

  • Recognize key interprofessional resources for development of simulation activities for practice change

  • Describe potential simulation interventions that could enhance institutional practices policies and procedures

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Coaching Workshop for Experienced Facilitators
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Describe two coaching models and practices

  • Demonstrate two effective coaching skills using the provided workshop coaching guide

  • Utilize an interactive coaching exercise using the take-home package of activity instructions

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Create a Safety Culture through IPE
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Review methods to gain support from administration within a culture of safety

  • Create scenarios that are value-added for participants in an interprofessional simulation

  • Transfer safety behaviors from simulation to practice to improve patient outcomes

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Debrief Difficult Standardized Patients
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Define the Objective Reflective Interpretive Decision (ORID) Framework

  • Prepare for a "difficult conversation" with a standardized patient by going through Step 1 of the ORID process

  • Conduct a focused "difficult conversation" with a standardized patient by going through Step 2 of the ORID process

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Deliberate Practice in Mastery Learning
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Define deliberate practice

  • Describe features of effective coaching in deliberate practice

  • Practice coaching and giving feedback to a learner practicing a skill in a deliberate practice session

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Design a Simulation Center: Joys, Trials and Tribulations
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Describe the steps in planning designing and implementation of a new simulation center

  • Discuss useful tips for planning developing and implementing a simulation center

  • Review potential obstacles and challenges in designing a simulation center

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Design Thinking to Create Simulation-based Curricula
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Describe the basics of design thinking

  • Explore how to use design thinking in simulation

  • Create simulation-based curricula utilizing design thinking

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Develop Simulation Educators across a Large Hospital Organization
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Compare their current faculty development model with the blended learning approach

  • Identify a current challenge of training faculty in a large organization

  • Describe the need for various types of faculty development opportunities to help learners in a large organization progress from novice to expert

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Difficult Airway Management: Optimize Emergency Patient Outcomes
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Patient Safety
  • Modify an existing airway simulant to provide a DAM test to EMS trainees

  • Develop the 37 instrument scale for paramedic DAM proficiency assessment in this scenario

  • Evaluate the incorporation of the DAM instrument into current paramedic training

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Embedded Learning: Specialty Clinical Teams
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify the hands-on orientation challenges for a specialty clinical team following didactic learning

  • Describe the simulation learning model solution that prepares the specialty team for real-time decision-making using experiences that match real patient cases

  • Define three ways to implement this solution in other specialty clinical teams and describe the resources necessary

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Extreme Environments: Sim for Space - and Beyond!
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Outline the advantages and disadvantages to conducting medical simulations in remote and extreme environments

  • Describe an engineering approach to developing simulation capabilities for medical care in novel environments

  • Conduct a formal needs analysis to inform a novel medical simulation program

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Generalizability Theory: You Don't Need a PhD in Psychometrics
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Research Methods
  • Identify key information reported in a generalizability study

  • Interpret the meaning of data arising from generalizability analysis well enough to explain the findings to a peer

  • Explain why one would choose to use measurement based on generalizability theory over other measurement approaches

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Help Learners Succeed: Identify Instructional Gaps
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Faculty Development
  • Utilize a structured gap analysis tool to develop instructional improvement strategiesÿ

  • Analyze learner outcomes to identify weaknesses in instructional designÿ

  • Analyze instructor performance to identify opportunities for improvementÿ

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
High-fidelity Simulation as Summative Assessment? A Pro Con Debate
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Identify the advantages and disadvantages of using a simulator as summative assessment tool

  • Highlight the similarities and differences between simulated and actual practice environments

  • Explore the potential of using simulation as an assessment tool for certain types of practitioners such as -at-risk- practitioners or practitioners with a complicated past

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Improve Time to Defibrillation: Lean Six Sigma Performance Improvement
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Patient Safety
  • Explain how Lean Six Sigma applies to healthcare and hospitals to generate organizational improvement

  • Review the five phases of the Lean Six Sigma DMAIC process and how simulation can be used in these five phases

  • Explore how these techniques can help generate better solutions to organizational problems by reviewing a project example

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
In Situ Simulation: Benefits and Challenges
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify how to manage and approve requests for in situ simulation

  • Develop in situ simulation cases to specifically target your audience and objectives

  • Recognize and manage challenges in simulation in a patient environment

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Innovations in IPE: Nontraditional Partners
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Recognize the current state of the science on interprofessional education using simulation

  • Identify one new interprofessional education simulation that can be implemented at one's own institution

  • Describe how to design an interprofessional simulation with learners who are miles apart

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Integrate Electronic Medical Records into Your Simulation Program
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Outline a strategy to assemble a team that includes key personnel from IT

  • Identify two ways that EMR can be incorporated into existing simulations and/or used to develop new scenarios

  • Gather data that shows the impact(s) of establishing a relationship with the EMR build-team

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Kirkpatrick Evaluation: Move from Effective Training to Training Effectiveness
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Evaluation of Programs
  • Identify the Kirkpatrick four levels of evaluation

  • Design an assessment strategy utilizing the four levels of evaluation for a given topic

  • State the opportunities and challenges for assessing at each of the four levels of evaluation with an emphasis on demonstrating training effectiveness

2:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Institute of Creative Technologies
Learn to Author Challenging Clinical Conversations with Virtual Standardized Patients
Type: Postconference Course | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • Describe interactive capabilities of virtual standardized patients (VSP)

  • Recall critical questions in suicide risk assessment and how to stratify responses into risk categories

  • Apply assessment strategies to a demonstration case

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Manage Sim Center Workflow
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technical Operations
  • Identify course objectives and how to titrate the technology to best meet those course objectives

  • Identify tools that can aide in collaboration between faculty and simulation operations staff

  • Discuss retention of planning documentation and post-simulation follow-up

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Maximize ROI for High-cost Simulation Activities
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Evaluate a simulation activity for ways to incorporate key components into future courses

  • Plan the development of a simulation activity with the intent of being able to repurpose material from the activity for use in other courses

  • Identify components of their existing simulation activities that could be used in other courses

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Maximize ROI: Utilization of the Right Business Models and Leadership Skills
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Describe the elements that are essential for the sustained growth of successful healthcare simulation program

  • Demonstrate and discuss the leadership skills required for the longevity of simulation programs

  • Discuss selected participant-s programs and how the workshop content could be used to ensure program success and sustainability with increasing ROI

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Multi-university Sim-IPE: Collaboration to Cultural Competence
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Identify strategies used to promote faculty engagement in Sim-IPE activities

  • Describe tactics to integrate Sim-IPE activities in multi-university multidisciplinary health professions curricula

  • Designate methods to implement analyze evaluate and sustain Sim-IPE activities process

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Operations Specialists: Job Descriptions and Acquiring Personnel
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Describe the various job duties an operations specialist can hold in a simulation

  • Compare examples of operation specialist job titles and role descriptions

  • Evaluate attendees' title and description challanges when evaluating the role of operation specialists at their center

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Planning for ROI - Building Programmatic Impact into Simulation Program Development
Type: Proposal Submission | Track: Evaluation of Programs
  • Describe the 4 levels of programmatic needs and outcomes that support calculation of ROI.

  • Apply an ROI framework to identify 5 levels of outcome measures for simulation-based educational program(s).

  • Identify at least 3 variables to be included in ROI calculations and perform ROI analysis on a sample data set.

11:45 AM - 12:45 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Plenary Session: Closing Keynote Presentation
Type: Plenary Session | Track: Other
N/A
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Portable, Cost-Effective Telephone System for Assessment of Communication
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Technical Operations
  • Construct a simple device to allow closed communication between two non-networked phones

  • Demonstrate effective use of a phone system to reinforce patient safety communication

  • Demonstrate how to use a simulated phone system for interprofessional communication

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Prebriefing: Essentials for Success
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • State two reasons why prebriefing is important in simulation

  • Identify vital components to be addressed with learners prior to the start of a simulated experience

  • Discuss current evidence in the literature related to prebriefing

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Prepare for Accreditation: Focus on Standards
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • List the five SSH accreditation standards

  • Develop a strategy to form a team and a timeline for the accreditation process

  • Complete a working application document as a guide for the accreditation process

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Psychological Safety: Manage the Emotional Component of Speaking Up
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Leadership
  • Describe where the behavior of "speaking up" is placed within the construct of emotional intelligence and psychological safety

  • Identify strategies to promote team psychological safety and the management of individual fear and anxiety caused by the uncertainty of speaking up

  • Practice techniques to build communication skills and promote team psychological safety as well as manage oneself in crisis situations

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Cycle Debriefing Practice
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Course Exemplars
  • Demonstrate one improvement in learning the causes of a problem performance

  • Select one improvement in debriefing training that could be implemented within a year

  • Summarize advantages and disadvantages of rapid cycling of practice feedback and observation

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Large Healthcare Systems
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in large healthcare systems that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in large healthcare systems that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within large healthcare systems that is being addressed with simulation education

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Low Resource Simulation
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in low resource simulation that can be applied at your home instituti

  • Discuss current simulation practices in low resource simulation that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within low resource simulation that is being addressed with simulation education

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Pediatrics
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in pediatrics that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in pediatrics that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within pediatrics that is being addressed with simulation education

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Rapid Fire Session: Rural Simulation
Type: Rapid-fire Session | Track: Other
  • Identify one new finding in rural simulation that can be applied at your home institution

  • Discuss current simulation practices in rural simulation that are be utilized to train medical professionals

  • List one issue within rural simulation that is being addressed with simulation education

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Redefine Simulation Development and Delivery through Organizational Innovation
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Match optimal program design to learning goals

  • Design personalized developmental maps to satisfy the learning audience and developmental need

  • Develop a specific simulation course to meet expected learning goals and objectives

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
ROI and Cost/Benefit Analysis: Evaluation of Simulation as an Organizational Solution
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Identify costs and benefits associated with simulation education

  • Describe types of economic evaluations in a variety of simulation program analyses

  • Outline benefits of economic evaluations to assess simulation programs and make informed decisions regarding its uses

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Section, SIG & AG Chairs and Vice Chairs
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Self-appraisal and Feedback Using Multi-rater Feedback and Gap Analysis
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Assessment of Learners
  • Practice the use of multi-rater feedback with gap analysis by assessing videotaped simulated medical crises

  • Generate specific trainee-oriented feedback based on gap analysis results

  • Develop strategies for the implementation of this means of assessment in one's own simulation program

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SimEPAs - Entrustable Professional Activities for instructors of simulation-based team training in healthcare
Type: Proposal Submission | Track: Faculty Development
  • At the end of the workshop the participant will be able to explain the concept of EPAs in the setting of simulation-based teamtrainings

  • At the end of the workshop the participant will be able to develop or adjust EPAs for the individual setting at their simulation center

  • At the end of the workshop the participant will be able to use EPAs for individualized faculty development

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Social Networking and Marketing Strategies To Increase Revenue
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Evaluate the cost versus benefits of radio television and other mass marketing strategies for multiple types of simulation centers

  • Examine guerilla marketing and social media marketing strategies for application in simulation centers

  • Create a marketing plan based on type of center resource availability cost and educational focus

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
SP Coaches: Advanced Learner-centered Feedback/Debriefing Skills
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Debriefing
  • Identify how coaching skills can transform SP feedback sessions into learner-driven debriefing sessions

  • Define 3 coaching tools (open-ended questions solution-focused coaching and SMART goals) and effectively use them in an SP debriefing session.

  • Outline how to implement these tools in one's own institution

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Standardized Patients: Save Time & Organize Your Actors More Effectively
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Administration
  • Discuss the use of a database resource to input standardized patient information using a database template

  • Operate an online portal that allows standardized patients to signup for events

  • Compile a list of standardized patients' needs for a semester

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Successful Simulation Center Programs and Operations
Type: 90 minute Workshop | Track: Administration
  • Define 3 key factors that lead to success of a simulation center and its programs

  • Analyze the key components to achieve success in simulation center operations

  • Discuss the implementation of strategy planning for the simulation center

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Super Sized Sim Centers Affinity Group
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Team Training for Communication: Stories from Asia
Type: 60 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Appraise current trends in communication tools used in team simulation training in Asia

  • Review the feasibility of using Western communication tools in Asia

  • Identify strategies to improve communication effectiveness

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Team-based Simulation Training in Obstetrics
Type: 90 Minute Panel Presentation | Track: Interprofessional Education
  • Discuss key aspects in programmatic development

  • Identify barriers to building simulation programs in your institution

  • Troubleshoot obstacles and list potential solutions to overcome them

7:00 AM - 8:15 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Technology Committee Meeting
Type: ICW | Track: Other
N/A
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Threshold Concepts and Troublesome Knowledge (TC&TK)
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Faculty Development
  • Identify a threshold concept in one's own professional career

  • Identify ways of thinking and practicing in one's own discipline that may be threshold concepts

  • Evaluate the feasibility of using the TC&TK framework in one's own simulation education practice

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM | Los Angeles Convention Center
Video Game Technology: Push the Boundaries to Improve Practice
Type: 60 Minute Podium Presentation | Track: Technology/Innovations in Simulation (NEW!)
  • List two limitations of current technology in healthcare simulation

  • Describe two benefits that video game technology can bring to healthcare simulation

  • Outline a strategy to incorporate video game technology into one's daily practice and teaching routines

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