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DJ Simulationistas… Sup? is the flagship podcast of the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston, Massachusetts. Janice Palaganas and Dan Raemer, CMS faculty and thought leaders in the field of healthcare simulation, discuss the pressing issues in the field, interview expert guests, tell jokes, and dissemble on a variety of topics. Subscribe today for a new episode every week! Available on iTunes, Soundcloud, or wherever podcast babies come from. Founded in 1993, the Center for Medical Simula ...
 
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New from the Center for Medical Simulation: A new study in "Obstetrics + Gynecology" finds a significant reduction in malpractice claims against physicians who participate in simulation-based communication and teamwork training, including a dose-response effect for each instance of training. Join Roxane Gardner, Senior Director of Clinical Programs…
 
Expertise of the debriefer is critical to ensure simulation participants achieve the best possible learning outcomes. Debriefers need a specific skills set in order to balance multiple priorities, including covering all learning objectives, facilitating reflection, incorporating teaching and feedback, managing student questions, maintaining psychol…
 
Following this webinar, participants will be able to: Describe the role conversation plays in driving organizational culture Contrast front-line workflow adaptation using briefing and debriefing versus traditional planning approaches in shaping culture Explain the role of discovery and curiosity in conversations to support staff well-being and reli…
 
We take it for granted that effective teams apply crisis resource management skills during emergency care, but how often do those teams also rehearse teamwork from the start of each shift together, through centering, agreements, briefings, and practicing connectedness? Amelia Rudolph and Rebecca Minehart share how preparing teams means more than pr…
 
Building on the discussion in Building on the discussion in Broaching Race and Racism in Debriefing and Team Simulations (Part 1), CMS presents a conversation with healthcare leaders who are directly addressing discrimination, burnout and health disparities through simulation education. They partnered with CMS to create and launch this successful p…
 
Meet the Author is an opportunity to hear from leaders in the fields of healthcare simulation, patient safety and education about the process and outcomes of their scholarship. You are invited to listen and comment as our team interviews contemporary authors in the field. This is a chance to hear about aspects of the projects that did not make it i…
 
Professionals are overcommitted both at home and at work. And feeling busy doesn’t help stress. When professionals try to take tasks off their plate, mentorship may be a first to go. Understandably, this relationship and commitment is mostly unpaid, uncompensated, and underrecognized work. In this discussion, we offer a reframe of the conversation …
 
Online learning doesn’t have to be a pale imitation of “real” in-person learning. It’s a whole new way of interacting with learners. What if instead of a boring, predictable series of discussion question posts and assignments, your online courses were a dynamic journey that surprises and engages learners?…
 
Center for Medical Simulation (CMS) faculty are often asked to share their perspectives on a variety of topics. These informal discussions often take place during meal breaks during courses or in the hallways at conferences. These questions often lead to interesting discussions and sharing of resources.Questions and comments for this informal quest…
 
During this presentation, Dr. Sarah Janssens will expand on how she became interested in the topic of leadership and why she decided to focus specifically on the subject of shared leadership. Together, Dr. Demian Szyld and Dr. Janssens will discuss the results of a systematic review which examined how leadership is shared within healthcare emergenc…
 
Hospital environments and clinical care has become complex. Managing interfaces across different aspects of the health system is critical, for example, patient flow across departments in a hospital. There has been a call for addressing these and other human factors in healthcare, but it is not clear what interventions are supported by data.Dr. Saša…
 
Center for Medical Simulation (CMS) faculty are often asked to share their perspectives on a variety of topics. These informal discussions often take place during meal breaks during courses or in the hallways at conferences. These questions often lead to interesting discussions and sharing of resources.Questions and comments for this informal quest…
 
Center for Medical Simulation (CMS) faculty are often asked to share their perspectives on a variety of topics. These informal discussions often take place during meal breaks during courses or in the hallways at conferences. These questions often lead to interesting discussions and sharing of resources.Questions and comments for this informal sessi…
 
Design thinking, a human-centered design method, represents a potent framework to support the planning, testing, and evaluation of new processes or programs in healthcare. As opposed to traditional education needs assessment, design thinking takes the next step (beyond the impact on learning) to explore, diagnose, and test how new interventions wil…
 
Most of us in the simulation community have a lot to learn about making a difference regarding racism, how to integrate anti-racism, implicit bias, healthcare disparities and the like, into our work.  In the wake of the police killings of George Floyd, Breanna Taylor, and many others, the simulation community needs to take action.What can we do?We …
 
As faculty have rapidly adopted online learning, many have found it challenging – the technology, managing the curriculum, and especially connecting with learners in a meaningful way. Join experienced online teachers as they discuss creating an online community of practice and facilitating meaningful experiential learning online.Learning Objectives…
 
Scholarship is an important element of an academic career. Most health professions faculty are expected to produce scholarly work. But what exactly is scholarship? Aside from publishing a research study, what does that mean? How does one become A Scholar? How does a busy clinician make that happen? Join experienced researchers Mary Fey, PhD, RN, Je…
 
Simulation-based curriculum should fit into a clear learning progression and solve important developmental problems for the healthcare organization. This webinar introduces participants to the SimZones system of matching learners and learning objectives with optimized simulation-based learning curriculum and pathways. The “with good judgment” appro…
 
Since the start of the modern simulation era, many in the healthcare simulation community have taken a “Field of Dreams” approach to our simulation efforts, believing, like the character Ray Kinsella in the movie of the same name, that “If we build it, they will come.” Often, however, “buy-in” to simulation programs is just as difficult as getting …
 
Goals like "I'm going to communicate better" are far too broad for effective learning outcomes. How can we make our takeaways more precise? What mistakes do we make when we think we're being learner-centric in our conversations, when actually they need a little more from us as debriefers.Janice, Kirsty, and Marcus explore this week on SimFails!…
 
How do you work with embedded participants and simulated patients when doing assessment in simulation? How do you make sure that any assessments you do are both valid and reliable, especially if you don't have a way to see what your participants are thinking?Join us this week to learn from our assessment failures!…
 
Jeff Cooper, Executive Director Emeritus of the Center for Medical Simulation, joined us in 2017 to tell the story on camera of how an Operating Room fire sparked by an accidental use of a laser led to the development of healthcare simulation into the massive industry it is today.Av Center for Medical Simulation
 
Jeff Cooper, Executive Director Emeritus of the Center for Medical Simulation, joined us in 2017 to tell the story on camera of how an Operating Room fire sparked by an accidental use of a laser led to the development of healthcare simulation into the massive industry it is today.Learn more and view the video interview at http://www.harvardmedsim.o…
 
Jeff Cooper, Executive Director Emeritus of the Center for Medical Simulation, joined us in 2017 to tell the story on camera of how an Operating Room fire sparked by an accidental use of a laser led to the development of healthcare simulation into the massive industry it is today.Check out the video interview at https://harvardmedsim.org/resources/…
 
Jeff Cooper, Executive Director Emeritus of the Center for Medical Simulation, joined us in 2017 to tell the story on camera of how an Operating Room fire sparked by an accidental use of a laser led to the development of healthcare simulation into the massive industry it is today.Check out the video interview at http://www.harvardmedsim.org/resourc…
 
Jeff Cooper, Executive Director Emeritus of the Center for Medical Simulation, joined us in 2017 to tell the story on camera of how an Operating Room fire sparked by an accidental use of a laser led to the development of healthcare simulation into the massive industry it is today.We’ll be releasing a new chapter of this history every week for the n…
 
This week, Janice brings up a traumatic episode from her experience: a team reveals in debriefing that their department regularly does something unsafe for patients. How do we keep patients safe while also maintaining confidentiality?Why is confidentiality important in debriefing? People need to feel safe taking risk and making mistakes in order to…
 
SOAP BUBBLE EMOTIONS: In this week's SimFails, Marcus brings us a failure from the reactions phase of debriefing, and an argument that's existed about that phase. How do we go from scripted searches during that phase looking for a "feelings word" to genuine emotional inquiries from one person to another? How do we listen to the hidden emotions behi…
 
Note: This podcast was recorded in September 2019.What are some strategies to implement when you have too many participants to safely or efficiently fit into your simulation space? Kirsty, Janice, and Marcus bring strategies for activating observers and creating effective learning for observers of simulations when there are too many attendees to al…
 
Welcome back to SimFails! We'll be releasing this limited series podcast over the next few months in the lead-up to Healthcare Simulation Week 2020. Join Janice Palaganas, Kirsty Freeman, and Marcus Rall as we learn from each other's mistakes and failures in this new series from the Center for Medical Simulation.In this episode, Marcus brings us th…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a profound moment of disruption of hierarchy, silos, speed and type of communication in healthcare. At the same time, we face a profound moment of disruption of business as usual regarding baked-in institutional and structural aspects of racism. Stir these up together and we are at a once-in-a lifetime moment to ma…
 
This week on Brief Debriefings, we joined with Center for Medical Simulation Senior Fellow Suzie Kardong-Edgren to talk about how nursing programs are adapting to forced changes to their clinical learning in light of COVID-19, and what the future holds for nursing education. Learn more about how CMS is partnering with nursing education programs at …
 
Not being able to give a goodbye hug to a trainee ending their fellowship; delivering children without their families present; managing deeply isolated COVID-19 patients: Our normal routines and "islands of mastery" have been disrupted by the strangeness of the landscape. Each action that would be routine now requires additional cognitive effort. H…
 
This week on COVID Chronicles, Komal Bajaj, Chief Quality Officer at NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi, joins us to discuss how four fundamental principles from the world of quality and safety are informing their efforts as they change procedures during the COVID-19 surge in New York City.Komal Bajaj, MD, MS-HPEd is Chief Quality Officer at NYC Health …
 
What are the resources we can bring with us into stressful or triggering situations, so that we can continue to be our best selves as people and professionals?David Richo is a psychotherapist, teacher, and author of over 20 books including "Triggers: How We Can Stop Reacting and Start Healing." Today he joins Jenny along with Rebecca Minehart, an a…
 
Marjorie Lee White and Andres Viles, an Emergency Physician and Emergency Nurse from the University of Alabama-Birmingham join us to discuss how their organization has worked to integrate simulation into the health system at every level and in every program.The story begins when the simulation program was put in charge of the response to the 2017 E…
 
This week on COVID Chronicles we're joined by Jody Hoffer Gittell, a professor of management at Brandeis University and expert on relational coordination. We discuss how to transform our relationships with others, achieve high performance, and increase mutual respect through a shared knowledge of each other's goals as well as each other's tasks.How…
 
Amelia Rudolph is the founding Creative Director of Bandaloop, a vertical dance company founded in 1991. Bandaloop performs aerial dances which shift the plane of the dance floor vertically and create a sense of awe and wonder, everywhere from the edge of cliffs in the Sierra Nevada to the heights of New York skyscrapers. Today she joins Jenny to t…
 
DOFFING GRIEF: Joining us this week is Liz Crowe, a pediatric social worker, self-described “naughty Australian,” cohost of the Coda Change podcast, and author of The Little Book of Loss and Grief You Can Read While You Cry.Liz joins us today to discuss many topics including finding small moments of humor and release while mucking through unprecede…
 
Clément Buléon is an attending anesthesiologist from Normandy, France, and a founding member for the French Society for Simulation in Healthcare.His hospital has designed an alternate strategy for COVID response: Creating an airway "SWAT" team.This novel approach focuses on creating one expert team through extensive training rather than risking man…
 
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