An International Needs Assessment for Co-Debriefing in Simulation-based Education
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  • 1. An International Needs Assessment for Co-Debriefing in Simulation- based EducationAdam Cheng1, Traci Robinson1, Vince Grant1, Tom O’Neill1, Katie Gardner1, Marcia Clark1, Walter Eppich2, Janice Palagnas3, Jenny Rudolph3 1KidSim-ASPIRE Simulation Research Program, Alberta Children’s Hospital; 2Ann and Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago; 3Center for Medical Simulation, Harvard University IMSH 2013: Orlando, Florida / USA International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  • 2. Background • Debriefing is a critically important component of simulation-based education • Some simulation programs utilize more than 1 instructor for facilitating debriefing (eg. IPE) – “Codebriefing” • Little is known about codebriefing: current practice, barriers, ideal methods International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  • 3. Research Question • What is the current practice and state of co-debriefing in pediatric simulation programs around the world? – How often is it done? Who co-debriefs? – What approaches / frameworks are being used? – What are the barriers? Strategies for success? – What are the important aspects of an effective co-debriefing? – What do facilitators require to help improve the quality of co- debriefing? International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  • 4. Approach / Design Phase 1:Needs • Online Survey distributed to INSPIRE Assessment membership Survey • Content: current codebriefing practice, barriers, perceived needs Phase 2a: Qualitative Study: • Select INSPIRE members who Current state of codebrief for focus group codebriefing – • Thematic analysis Focus Groups Phase 2b: • Select INSPIRE sites who Qualitative Study: codebrief to video sample of Current state of codebriefing codebriefing – • Thematic analysis Video Review Phase 3: Development of • Pilot Testing at Select New CoDebriefing INSPIRE sites Framework Phase 4: Empiric Study / RCT International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  • 5. 3 Questions to improve study 1. What is the process for survey dissemination via the INSPIRE network? 2. How many INSPIRE sites currently engage in co- debriefing, and would be interested in phase 2/3 of the project? 3. Are phase 2a and b necessary, or would it be reasonable to proceed in doing only one of these? International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  • 6. Contact Information Name: Adam Cheng Institution: Alberta Children’s Hospital E-mail, Phone: chenger@me.com; 403 955 2633 Website / QR Code: www.kidsim.ca International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education