Saturday, January 23, 2016

IMSH 6th Annual Journal Club

Dr. Sharon Griswold, Director of the Master of Science in Medical and Healthcare Simulation program at Drexel University, was honored to host the 6th Annual Simulation Journal club at the 2016 IMSH meeting in San Diego.

The team of six faculty reviewed more than 2000 articles published from 2014 and 2015 to select the top ten articles with high impact and patient outcomes. Authors were invited to share their special insight into their simulation research at the journal club presentation.
The team would like to offer a special thanks to Gary Childs, MLS of the Drexel University Library team who has contributed his talents to the article search each year.

From left to right, Drs. Andy Musitz, Heidi Baer, Amanda Crichlow, Sharon Griswold, Tiffany Moadel and Ambrose Wong.  Dr. Amanda Crichlow is also a first year student in the Drexel University Master of Science in Medical and Healthcare Simulation program.
Drs. Sullivan, Gordon and Hunt were among the Simmy 2016 Award Winners.

Here is a full list of the selected 2016 Simulation Journal Club articles:

Braun, L. S., T.; Smith, K.; Hsu, A.; Behrens, M.; Chan, D.; Hutchinson, J.; Lu, D.; Singh, R.; Reyes, J.; Lopreiato, J. (2015). Retention of pediatric resuscitation performance after a simulation-based mastery learning session: a multicenter randomized trial. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 16(2), 131-138. 
Crofts, J., Lenguerrand, E., Bentham, G., Tawfik, S., Claireaux, H., Odd, D., . . . Draycott, T. (2015). Prevention of brachial plexus injury-12 years of shoulder dystocia training: an interrupted time-series study. BJOG.
Faulkner, A. R. B., A. C.; Bradley, Y. C.; Hudson, K. B.; Heidel, R. E.; Pasciak, A. S. (2015). Simulation-Based Educational Curriculum for Fluoroscopically Guided Lumbar Puncture Improves Operator Confidence and Reduces Patient Dose. Academic Radiology, 22(5), 668-673.
Hoskote, S. S. K., H.; Lanoix, R.; Rose, K.; Aqeel, A.; Clark, M.; Chalfin, D.; Shapiro, J.; Han, Q. (2015). Simulation-based training for emergency medicine residents in sterile technique during central venous catheterization: impact on performance, policy, and outcomes. Academic Emergency Medicine, 22(1), 81-87. 
Kessler, D. P., M.; Chang, T. P.; Fein, D. M.; Grossman, D.; Mehta, R.; White, M.; Jang, J.; Whitfill, T.; Auerbach, M.; Inspire Lp investigators. (2015). Impact of Just-in-Time and Just-in-Place Simulation on Intern Success With Infant Lumbar Puncture. Pediatrics, 135(5), e1237-1246. 
Peltan, I. D. S., T.; Gordon, J. A.; Currier, P. F. (2015). Simulation Improves Procedural Protocol Adherence During Central Venous Catheter Placement A Randomized Controlled Trial. Simulation in Healthcare-Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 10(5), 270-276.
Sarfati, L. R., F.; Vantard, N.; Schwiertz, V.; Gauthier, N.; He, S.; Kiouris, E.; Gourc-Berthod, C.; Guédat, M. G.; Alloux, C.; Gustin, M. P.; You, B.; Trillet-Lenoir, V.; Freyer, G.; Rioufol, C. (2015). SIMMEON-Prep study: SIMulation of Medication Errors in ONcology: prevention of antineoplastic preparation errors. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics, 40(1), 55-62 58p.
Sullivan, N. J. D.-A., J.; Twilley, M.; Smith, S. P.; Aksamit, D.; Boone-Guercio, P.; Jeffries, P. R.; Hunt, E. A. (2015). Simulation exercise to improve retention of cardiopulmonary resuscitation priorities for in-hospital cardiac arrests: A randomized controlled trial. Resuscitation, 86, 6-13. oi:10.1016/j.resuscitation.2014.10.021
Zigmont, J. J., Wade, A., Edwards, T., Hayes, K., Mitchell, J., & Oocumma, N. Utilization of Experiential Learning, and the Learning Outcomes Model Reduces RN Orientation Time by More Than 35%. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11(2), 79-94.

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