OVERVIEW

Wednesday, 31 May 2017
Wednesday, 31 May 2017
07:00 – 18:30 Registration
Room: Stone Lobby (+2)
08:00 – 12:00 Pre-Conference Workshop 1: Debriefing Real Clinical Events
Anne Ades, Catherine Allan, Jennifer Arnold, Cara Doughty, Heather French, David Kessler, Mona Khattab, Daniel Lemke, Paul Mullan, Kevin Roy
Room: East Balcony (+3) 
Pre-Conference Workshop 2: Using the Evidence to Integrate Best Practices and Operationalize your Simulation Center
Pamela R. Jeffries, Sandy Swoboda
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
Pre-Conference Workshop 4: ECMO Simulation: A Hands on Approach to Curriculum Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
Peta Alexander, Catherine Allan, Dorothy Beke, Mary McBride, Steve Brediger, Peggy Han, Lindsay Johnston, Lillian Su
Boston Children’s Hospital
13:00 – 17:00 Debriefing Real Clinical Events Consensus Statement Summit
Cara Doughty, Jennifer Arnold
Room: East Balcony (+3)
Pre-Conference Workshop 5: New Reporting Guidelines for Simulation-Based Research in Healthcare: How to Write and Report a Simulation-Based Research Study
Marc Auerbach, Jonathan Duff, Isabel Gross, David Kessler, Travis Whitfill
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
Pre-Conference Workshop 6: The Engineering of Pediatric Simulation: Creating an “In-house” SIMEngineering Service for 3D Print Surgical Preplanning and Design of Novel Pediatric Simulation Trainers
Melissa Burke, Katie Flynn, Maeve Hannah Geary, Meriah Geritano, Andrew Hosmer, Greg Loan, Noah Schulz, Duncan SmithFreedman, Stephen Wilson, Peter Weinstock
Boston Children’s Hospital
18:00 – 21:00 INSPIRE Meeting
Adam Cheng, David Kessler
Room: East Balcony, GSU (+3)
Thursday, 1 June 2017
Thursday, 1 June 2017
 07:00 – 18:00 Registration
Room: Stone Lobby (+2)
 07:45 – 08:15 Welcome Coffee
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
 08:15 – 08:45  IPSS Welcome
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
 08:45 – 09:45  Keynote Speaker 1: Christopher Chabris
The Invisible Gorilla, and Other Critical Everyday Cognitive Limitations
Room: Metcalf Hall (+2)
 09:45 – 10:15 Coffee Break & Exhibition
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
 10:30 – 12:00 Parallel Sessions
Panel Discussion 1
Room: Conference Auditorium (+2)
 Simulation in Nursing Education from Pre-Licensure to Advanced Practice
Chaired by Jordan Duval-Arnould
Nancy Sullivan, Kristen Brown
Oral Presentations 1
Room: GSU 315 (+3)

Chaired by Stephanie Sudikoff

  • The Mepa global Rating Scale for Simulation-Based Assessment: a Multicentre Validation Study
    Tobias Everett
  • CPR & Parental Presence: Design and Validation of an Assessment Scale of the Family Facilitator Role
    Denis Oriot
  • Development of a Simulation-Based Interprofessional Teamwork Assessment Tool for Residents
    Leah Mallory
  • Code Response Training – Getting a Whole Hospital Up to Speed
    Pavan Zaveri
  • Evaluation of a Simulation Augmented Emergency Triage, Assessment and Treatment Course in Malawi
    Elaine Sigalet
  • What if this…Happens at Home? Simulation to Prepare Caregivers of Medically Complex Children
    Christie Bruno
Workshop 1
Room: East Balcony (+3)
 Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice for Interprofessional Teams
Cara Boyles Doughty, Bram Welch-Horan, Karen Patricia, Jennifer Arnold, Daniel Lemke
Workshop 2
Room: Terrace Lounge (+2)
 Juggling Many Balls and Spinning Many Plates: Exploring Multi-Patient Simulation
Carol Lynn O’Dea, Frank Overly, Mark Cicero
Workshop  3
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
Cultural Prototypes and Differences in Simulation Debriefing
Francis Ulmer, Rana Sharara-Chami Ihsan, Ella Scott
Workshop 4
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
 Technical Skills: Structured Facilitation of Feedback throughout Experiential Learning Event
David Grant, Dan Magnus, Kirsty Brown, Christpher Arrowsmith
 12:00 – 13:00 Lunch & Exhibition
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
 13:00 – 14:30  Parallel Sessions
Panel Discussion 2
Room: Conference Auditorium (+2)
Use of Simulation in Disaster Preparedness
Chaired by Shannon Manzi
Paul Biddinger, Mary Devine, Dan Nadworny, Barry Wante, Maureen McMahon
 Oral Presentations 2
Room: GSU 315 (+3)

Chaired by Marjorie Lee White

  • Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice Training Improves Performance in Simulated Neonatal Resuscitation
    Maclain Magee
  • Debriefing Challenges in India: Experience from Pediatric Simulation Training And Research Society
    Sujatha Thyagarajan
  • Evolution of Stress Response During Debriefing of Repetitive Immersive Simulations Over One Year
    Aiham Ghazali
  • Debriefing Clinical Events: Exploring and Applying Frameworks
    Jennifer Arnold
  • The Role of Simulation in Teaching New Nursing Staff How to Raise Concerns Using the Pace Structure
    Ben McNaughten
  • Teaching Team Building to Enhance Healthcare Team Performance Using Simulation Education
    Karen Patricia
 Roundtable 1
Room: Terrace Lounge (+2)

Chaired by Elaine Sigalet

  • Reducing Anxiety Levels in Staff Caring for Patients with Tracheostomies Through Simulation
    Nia Williams
  • Going viral: Spreading Pediatric Simulation Based Education to Community Hospital Settings
    Carmel Eiger
  • Pediatric Hospitalist Neonatal Simulation Education Curriculum
    Jennifer McGuirl
  • Pediatric Blunt Abdominal Trauma Cognitive Task Analysis
    Tania Ahluwalia
  • Evaluation of the Impact of a Pediatric VAD Simulation Training Program for Patients and Caregivers
    Beth Hawkins
Workshop 5
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
 Using Plus-Delta-Plus Human Factors Debriefing to Bridge Simulation and Clinical Environments
Caitlin O’Brien, Christopher Roussin, Denise Casey, Tricia Grandinetti, Kristen Earley Lindamood
Workshop  6
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
 Using Simulation to Improve Staff Performance During Reorientation of/Withdrawing Intensive Care
Jonathan Christopher Hurst, Clare Robinson, Ranganath Ranganna, Ruth Gottstein
Workshop 7
Room: East Balcony (+3)
 Effective Training to Training Effectiveness: Challenges for the Simulation Educator
David L. Rodgers, Roberta L. Hales
14:45 – 15:45 Poster Presentations
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
Group 1
Cara Doughty
Group 2
Traci Wolbrink
Group 3
Randy Darby
Group 4
Francis Ulmer
Group 5
Ahmed Moussa
Group 6
Maureen Hillier
15:45 – 16:15 Coffee Break & Exhibition
Ziskind Lounge (+2)
16:15 – 17:15 Keynote Speaker 2: Lennox Huang
Nobody Steps in the Same River Twice – Leading and Managing Change
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
18:00 – 19:00 BCH SIMPeds and Engineering Studio Tour
Boston Children’s Hospital
Friday, 2 June 2017
Friday, 2 June 2017
 07:00 – 18:00 Registration
Room Stone Lobby (+2)
 07:00 – 08:00 Committee Meetings
Research Committee Meeting
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
Education Committee Meeting
Room: Terrace Lounge (+2)
Intnl. Development & Advocacy Committee Meeting
Room: East Balcony (+3)
Website, Communication & Marketing Committee Meeting
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
 07:30 – 08:00  Welcome Coffee
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
 08:00 – 08:15  Morning Announcements
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
 08:15 – 09:15 Keynote Speaker 3: Luke Sato
Leveraging Incentives to Change Behavior: A MedMal Insurer’s Experience with Simulation
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
09:15 – 09:45 Coffee Break & Exhibition
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
09:45 – 10:45 Poster Presentations
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
Group 7
Catherine Allan
Group 8
Lou Halamek
Group 9
Elaine Ng
Group 10
Jordan Duval-Arnould
Group 11
Stephanie Estephan
Group 12
Heather Walsh
11:00 – 12:30  Parallel Sessions
Oral Presentation 3
Room: Conference Auditorium (+2)
Chaired by David Eckhardt
  • Pediatric Simulation Instructors Workshop
    Mostafa Elbaba
  • Simulathon – Pediatric Trauma Simulation Training In-Situ Across India
    Sujata Thyagarajan
  • Designing a Train-the-Trainer Faculty Development Course in Simulation for a Developing Country
    Elaine Sigalet
  • Too Little, Too Much, Just Right: Right Sizing an Initial Instructor Development for Your Program
    David Rodgers
  • The P-LHET: A Novel Approach to Designing Simulation-Based Education Sessions
    Lamia Soghier
  • New Techniques for Rapid On-Boarding of Simulation Engineers
    Katie Fitzpatrick
Oral Presentation 4
Room: GSU 315 (+3)

Chaired by Rana Sharara-Chani

  • Lights, Camera, Action! Exploring the Frontier of Simulation and Film Making
    Donna Luff
  • When a Child Dies. Simulating the Death of an Infant: Key Practical and Communication skills
    Elizabeth Akers
  • Can we Scale Communication Training Online? Web-Based Workshops on Disclosure and Apology
    Donna Luff
  • New UK National Advanced Neonatal Resus Course. Novel Assessment, Human Factors, Smart FMV Trainer
    Cassie Lawn
  • Assessment of Virtual Support of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Using a Checklist
    Nnenna Chime
Rountable 2
Room: Terrace Lounge (+2)

Chaired by Robbie Hales

  • Integration of Maternal and Newborn Resuscitation Training in the Dominican Republic
    Alexandra Leader
  • Combined HBB/ECEB Simulation Training, A 2-Year Experience in the Dominican Republic
    Claudia Cadet
  • Simulation Training Impacts Staff Perceptions of Teamwork During Real PICU Crisis Events
    Nora Colman
  • Simulation Driven Interprofessional Conceptual Framework for Managing Ventilated Pediatric Patients
    Thomas Heater II
  • Mastering Interpersonal Milestones: Adapting Spikes to Critical NICU Communication
    Elizabeth Boyle
Workshop 8
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
Debriefing as a Tool for Closing Performance Gaps
Daniel Raemer, Jenny Rudolph, Andres Navedo, Jennifer Arnold
Workshop 9
Room: East Balcony (+3)
Are You Prepared for a Disaster? Using Simulation for Pediatric Disaster Triage Education
Maria Carmen G. Diaz, Mark Cicero, Daniel J. Scherzer, Marc Auerbach, Barbara Walsh
Workshop 10
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
On the “Need for Speed”: Pros and Cons of Using Speeded Practice in Simulation Education
Martin Pusic, David Kessler
 12:30 – 13:30 Lunch & Exhibition
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
13:30 – 15:00 Parallel Sessions
Oral Presentation 5
Room: Conference Auditorium (+2)
Chaired by Ella Scott
  • Simulation Based Team Training Improves Non-Technical Skills Amongst Pediatric Intensive Care Staff
    Nora Colman
  • Getting Teams ‘on the Right Trach’: Developing an Inter-Disciplinary Tracheostomy Course
    Nia Williams
  • Creating Neonatal Inter-Professional Simulation Instructors’ Taskforce to Improve Patient Care
    Natalya Kusheleva
  • Plan, Learn and Care Together – Developing Pediatric Interprofessional Simulation-Based Education
    Beverley Robin
  • IPSS Simulation Fellowship: Process of Development
    Jordan Duval-Arnould
  • Integrating Simulation Into A Nursing Induction Programme
    Kirsty Brown 
Oral Presentation 6
Room: GSU 315 (+3)

Chaired by Denis Oriot

  • Effects of Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation on Laparoscopic Surgical Skill Acquisition
    Patrick Ciechanski
  • Development of Tracheal Intubation Laryngoscopy Coaching Language Through Remote Simulation
    Akira Nishisaki
  • Feasibility Assessment of Animal Models for Simulation in Paediatric Laryngotracheal Reconstruction
    Saleh Okhovat
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation during Simulated Pediatric Interhospital Ambulance Transport
    Corina Noje
  • A Systematic Review of Simulated Laryngotracheal Reconstruction Animal Models
    Thomas Milner
  • Attenuation of Emergency Department Mattress Compressibility Using Various Hard Surfaces
    Jeffrey Lin
Roundtable 3
Room: Terrace Lounge (+2)

Chaired by Jesse Bender

  • Use of Simulation to Assess Pediatric Critical Care Fellow Resuscitation Competency
    Claire Stewart
  • Use of Medical Simulation to Educate Healthcare Providers in a Nascent Pediatric ECLS Program
    Peggy Han
  • A Model for Integrating Interprofessional In-Situ Neonatal Simulation into a Staff Update Programme
    Jonathan Hurst
  • Distress Debriefing Training for Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Nurses
    Suzanne Nelson
  • High Fidelity Pediatric Simulation Design and Debriefing: Lessons Learned from BSN Students
    M. Teresa Shannon
  • Simulation for New Construction and System Testing
    David Kessler
Workshop 11
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
A Blended Approach to Effective Feedback in a Developing Country
Elaine Lucille Sigalet
Workshop 12
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
From the Idea to the Stage
Mostafa Ahmed Elbaba
Workshop 13
Room: East Balcony (+3)
Train the Trainer: Mobile Simulation Connecting Academic & Community Sites to Bridge Gaps in Care
Barbara Walsh, Travis Whitfill, Shruti Kant, DJ Scherzer, Todd Heslop, Isabel Gross, Sandeep Gangadharan
 15:15 – 15:45 Coffee Break & Exhibition
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
 15:45 – 16:45 Keynote Speaker 4: Carol Durham
Speaking the Same Language: Strategies for Improving Communication and Collaboration in our Interprofessional Teams
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
16:45 – 17:45 IPSS General Assembly & Business Meeting
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
19:30 – 23:00 Networking Reception
Harvard Club of Boston – Downtown Clubhouse
Saturday, 3 June 2017
Saturday, 3 June 2017
 07:00 – 18:00 Registration
Room: Stone Lobby (+2)
 07:15 – 08:15 Committee Meetings
Intnl. Development & Advocacy Committee Meeting
Room East Balcony (+3)
Combined Education and Research Committees – IPSS Simulation Fellowship Meeting
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
 07:45 – 08:15  Welcome Coffee
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
 08:15 – 08:30  Morning Announcements
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
 08:30 – 09:30 Keynote Speaker 5: Michael Sterling
Mission Complete – Thoughts on Space Shuttle Training
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
09:30 – 10:00 Coffee Break & Exhibition
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
10:00 – 11:00 Poster Presentations
Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
Group 13
Beverley Robin
Group 14
Richard Levin
Group 15
Jo Hegarty
Group 16
Kristen Lindamood
Group 17
Ed Rovera
Group 18
Stephen Hancock
Group 19
Shannon Manzi
11:00 – 12:00 Keynote Speaker 6: David Grant
Collaborative Frameworks Improving Healthcare
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch & Exhibition
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
13:00 – 14:30  Parallel Sessions
 Panel Discussion 3
Room: Conference Auditorium (+2)
Multi-Industry Approaches to High-Performance Team Debriefing
Chaired by Lennox Huang
Mike Sterling, Jenny Rudolph, Chris Roussin
 Oral Presentation 7
Room: GSU 315 (+3)

Chaired by David Rodgers

  • Assessment and Management of Life Threatening Emergencies at Schools
    Sharon Mascarenhas
  • Remediation of the Underperforming Trainee/ Provider: a Multidisciplinary, Simulation-Based Workshop
    Lindsay Johnston
  • Developing and Delivering Patient and Family Centered Care Using Simulation
    Maria Carmen Diaz
  • Easy Hand-Made Fidelity Pediatrics Task Trainers Innovation
    Mostafa Elbaba
  • Translating Clinical Talk to Actor Talk Improves Immersion
    Jai-Me Potter-Rutledge, Melissa Bowler, Jesse Bender
  • Impacts of a Simulation-Based Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (ECPR) Training Program
    Taylor Sawyer
Roundtable 4
Room: Terrace Lounge (+2)

Chaired by Douglas Campbell

  • Development of a Tool to Evaluate Hazards in Clinical Environments Using Simulation
    Catherine Allan
  • Using Simulation to Inform, Test and Implement Improved Clinical Handover
    Jane Cichero
  • Opening the Doors: Utilization of Simulation for System-Based Design Tests in Opening New Facility
    Karen Patricia
  • Aligning Expectations: Innovative Simulation to Bridge gaps in Communication during Informed Consent
    Adena Cohen-Bearak
  • Latent Threat Identification in a NICU in-situ Simulation Program
    Jo Hegarty
  • Safety II and Simulation: Overcoming Barriers to Implementation
    Ellen Deutsch
Workshop 14
Room: East Balcony (+3)
Beyond Procedures: Designing a Comprehensive Boot Camp Experience
Elizabeth Biddell, Stephanie Estephan, Kristine Nagy, Wendy Van Ittersum
Workshop 15
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
Stirring the Pot: Blending Medical, Interprofessional & Patient-Centered Objectives in Simulation
Hilary Woodward, David Kessler, Daniel Fenster, Nazreen Jamal, Jessica Kirsch, Selin Sagalowsky
Workshop 16
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
Developing a Simulation Based Return to Work Programme: 5 Year Experience of London PRACP Course
Mithila D’souza, Trisha Radia, Camilla Kingdon, Mehrengise Cooper
14:30 – 15:15 Coffee Break & Exhibition
Room: Ziskind Lounge (+2)
15:15 – 16:45 Parallel Sessions
Oral Presentation 8
Room: Conference Auditorium (+2)
Chaired by David Kessler
  • A Systems Approach to Effectively Design Pediatric Simulations
    Christine Mai
  • Using Simulation to Drive Pre-Construction Design of Safe Patient Care Environments: a Workshop
    Jennifer Arnold
  • Embedding Simulation – Embedding Bugs: Does Embedded Simulation Compromise Patient Safety?
    Kathryn Scott
  • Systematic Preparations Minimize Safety Risks in Serial NICU Care Transitions
    Michael Prendergast
  • Incorporation of Simulation Training into Induction Improves Confidence in Medical and Nursing Staff
    Ben McNaughten
  • Cycles of In Situ Simulation Required for Safely Opening a Greenfield Outpatient Center
    Elaine Sigalet 
Oral Presentation 9
Room: GSU 315 (+3)

Chaired by Taylor Sawyer

  • Better Leadership, Better Teamwork!
    Aiham Ghazali
  • Human Factors in Simulation and the Development of Emergency Algorithms
    Suvradeep Basu
  • Enhancing Anesthesiology Trainee Performance in Critical Events Using Cognitive Aids
    Asad Siddiqui
  • Quality of Care in Simulated Infant Codes: A Randomized Trial of Interprofessional vs Resident Teams
    Megan Gray
  • Spaced Scenario Demonstrations Improve Knowledge & Confidence in Managing Acute Illness
    Rahul Ojha
Workshop 17
Room: GSU 310 (+3)
Building Robust Assessment Tools for Simulations in the Era of Milestones and Epas
Karen Mangold, Mary McBride, Mark Adler
Workshop 18
Room: Terrace Lounge (+2)
Leveraging Simulation and Debriefing to Reduce Diagnostic Errors by Pediatric Health Care Providers
Gunjan Tiyyagura, Marc Auerbach, Ambrose Wong, Isabel Gross, Matthew Lipshaw
Workshop 19
Room: East Balcony (+3)
The Engineering of Sim: Creating an “In-House” Service for 3D Printing and Design of Novel Trainers
Melissa Burke, Stephen Wilson, Gregory Loan, Katie Livingston, Andrew Hosmer, Noah Schulz, Mariah Geritano, Peter Weinstock
Workshop 20
Room: Metcalf Hall – Small (+2)
Using Simulation to Teach Family-Centred Care in an Interprofessional Environment
Darlene Hubley, Kathryn Parker
 16:45 – 17:15 Awards & Closing Ceremony
Room: Metcalf Hall – Large (+2)
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