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Simulation Collaboratives

INACSL POsterINACSL POsterThe Path to InCITE: A Team Approach to a Simulation Training Collaborative
2011 Presentation

by Diana Taibi, Erin Abu-Rish, Suzie Kardong-Edgren, Debra Liner, Sharon Wilson, Juvann Wolff, Brenda Zierler and the WWAMI InCITE Collaborative
at 2011 International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Annual Conference (Orlando, FL)
♦  won FIRST place in the education division  ♦

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2010 InCITE Workshop

Presenters will describe the evolution and purpose of the Pacific Northwest Healthcare Simulation Collaborative and the SPN.
(Suzie Kardong-Edgren, WSU School of Nursing; Brian Ross, UW School of Medicine)

PowerPoint Slides: Simulation Collaboratives

Bringing Other DisciplinesBringing Other DisciplinesBringing Other Disciplines to the Table
2010 InCITE Workshop

A presentation that describes the experiences of a nursing program when it introduced other health sciences disciplines to simulation. Through this presentation, participants will also be able to identify potential collaborative partners for simulations.
(Janet Willhaus, WSU School of Nursing)

PowerPoint Slides: Bringing Other Disciplines to the Table

Interprofessional Simulation

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The Role of Simulation in Interprofessional Learning and Assessment
2010 Presentation

by Peggy Odegard
at 2010 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Annual Meeting and Seminars (Seattle, WA)

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Interprofessional Simulations
2010 Presentation

by Brenda Bray and Peggy Odegard
at 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars (Seattle, WA)

Integrating Simulation into Curriculum

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2014 IMSH Conference

By: Megan Sherman and Brian Ross, MD.
Institute for Simulation and Interprofessional Studies- University of Washington, 2011

Instructional Packet: The Team Training Tower


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"Nuts and Bolts" of Integrating Human Patient Simulation into the PharmD Curriculum
2010 Presentation

by Brenda Bray, Amy Seybert and Peggy Odegard
at 2010 AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars (Seattle, WA)

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2010 InCITE Workshop

Presenters describe both the development of simulation scenarios and the outcomes from such scenarios when used for orienting new graduate nurses.
(Deborah Bennett, California State University–San Marcos School of Nursing)

PowerPoint Slides: Transition New Graduate Program

Setting Up A Sim Center

Simpler Way to Orient New StaffSimpler Way to Orient New StaffA SIM-pler, Safer Way to Orient New Staff
2010 InCITE Workshop

This presentation explores the experience and significant findings of a hospital system when it developed simulations to aid new nursing graduate orientees.
(Janis Burke, Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital)

PowerPoint Slides: A SIM-pler, Safer Way to Orient New Staff


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Simulation Center Policies and Procedures
2010 InCITE Workshop

(Holly Miller, University of Wyoming School of Nursing)

PowerPoint Slides: Sim Center Policies and Procedures


Simulation Anxiety Syndrome: Presentation and Treatment (Article)

ABSTRACT: There are many initial barriers preventing faculty new to simulation from welcoming or even tolerating simulation. One of the most significant barriers is fear of failure. A distance-based, video-supported orientation and initial course providing a defined low-risk environment supporting new-to-simulation faculty's gradual, self-determined engagement results in a cost-effective, enthusiastically accepted simulation experience.

(Alice Blazeck, DNS, RN, University of Pittsburg School of Nursing)

Blazeck, A. (2010, Month). Simulation anxiety syndrome: Presentation and treatment. Clinical
Simulation in Nursing, Vol(X), 000-000. doi: 10.1016/j.ecns.2010.05.002

Simulation Curriculum Design


In SituIn SituPoint-Of-Care or ‘In Situ’ Simulation
2010 InCITE Workshop

Presentations on the benefits and challenges of using simulation (i.e. task trainers, hybrids, high fidelity manikins and standardized patients) in actual clinical settings (‘In Situ’) for enhancing undergraduate and post-graduate medical education.
(Brian Ross, UW School of Medicine)

PowerPoint Slides: 'In Situ' Simulation

MoulageMoulageMoulage: Bringing Realism to Simulation
2010 InCITE Workshop

Using moulage and staging techniques to enhance the fidelity of simulation environments, patient pathology and bodily fluids.
(Connie Boleneus and Janet Willhaus, WSU School of Nursing; Sharon Wilson, UW School of Nursing)

PowerPoint Slides: Moulage
                                                              Handouts: Chez Moulage Recipes; Moulage Stations

tralitrali TRALI Simulation

Target Audience: Advanced nursing students or RNs/clinicians who administer blood or blood products.

The goal is to recognize the signs and symptoms of a rare but possibly lethal blood product transfusion reaction, Transfusion Related Acute Lung Injury (TRALI). TRALI is rarely talked about in nursing text books and can occur up to 6 hours after the transfusion has ended!  In debriefing you   might want to consider a compare and contrast discussion regarding TACO and TRALI as they are similar in presentation.
(Becky Piper, MN, RN, Pierce College)

PowerPoint Slides: TRALI Presentation
Handouts: TRALI Simulation Document
Articles: The Bad and Ugly of Transfusions; A Perfect Match

Simulation Evaluation and Research


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2010 InCITE Workshop

A session designed to teach participants the importance of evaluating simulations along with the pros and cons of simulation evaluation tools.
(Katie Adamson, WSU School of Nursing)

PowePoint Slides: Tools for Simulation Evaluation

Research in SimResearch in SimResearch in Simulation
2010 InCITE Workshop

Through research in simulation, professionals share the common issues in conducting simulation research, along with cutting edge information and projected future direction of simulation.
(Suzie Kardong-Edgren, WSU School of Nursing)

PowerPoint Slides: Research in Simulation