Sep 9, 2022
In the first podcast of season 5, Dr. Glenn Paetow, the medical director of the Interdisciplinary Simulation and Education Center at Hennepin Healthcare answers many questions around simulation, education and training needs in healthcare. Enjoy the podcast.
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- Began as early as 1800s
- 1930s: aviation industry started using simulation
- 1960s: mannequins used for medical CPR and rescue breaths.
- 1980s: anesthesia started using simulation and pioneers for simulation with focus on
crises resource management and team training.
- Most helpful in advanced stages of learning
- Good for training teams to help reduce errors
- Increases positive outcomes
- Can be used for multiple madalities
- Finding latent risk threats
- Evidence based moment: "Benefits of Simulation" (article review)
Starting a Simulation
- Objective dependent
- Equipment (task trainers, mannequins, etc.)
- Simulation Specialist
- Courses for educators and technology specialists
The Sim: Creating
a Physicoligcally Safe Space:
- Psychology safe space
- Neurobiology of learning
- Deliberate practice
- Cognitive load / Yerkes Dodson Curve
- 1 hour simulation session
- 5 minute pre-brief
- 10 to 20 minute simulation
- 30 to 40 minutes debrief (1 to 2 ration sim to debrief)
- many debriefing frameworks available
- Debriefing with Good Judgement
- Reactions Phase
- Understanding Phase
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