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Games & Simulations for Healthcare: Building a Library for Clinicians and Educators
 

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Presented at the 2009 International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) - Roundtable on State-of-the-Art: A Roundtable Discussion of Serious Games & Virtual Environments in Healthcare

Presented at the 2009 International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) - Roundtable on State-of-the-Art: A Roundtable Discussion of Serious Games & Virtual Environments in Healthcare

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    Games & Simulations for Healthcare: Building a Library for Clinicians and Educators Games & Simulations for Healthcare: Building a Library for Clinicians and Educators Presentation Transcript

    • Games & Simulations for Healthcare: Building a Library for Clinicians and Educators Eric Bauman, Allan Barclay, Ulrike Dieterle, Sam P. Seider & Gaura Saini University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health Department of Anesthesiology Ebling Library for the Health Sciences Madison, WI, United States
    • Disclosures
      • Eric Bauman – healthcare educational consultant
        • Recent Disclosures:Town of Madison Fire Department & Vernon Memorial Healthcare
      • Allan Barclay – none
      • Ulrike Dieterle – none
      • Sam P. Seider – none
      • Gaura Saini - none
    • The problem with games and sims
      • Unclear definitions, categories
      • Different uses, audiences for same thing
      • Technical requirements, environments
      • Not “published” like books, journals, etc
      • Not published = not indexed or organized
      • Not organized = not easily found, evaluated
      • Not found = not used
    • The solution: a flexible inventory
      • We started collecting low-hanging fruit titles
      • Used very basic categories
        • for Clinicians & Healthcare Providers
        • for Patients & Consumers
      • Used Basecamp project management software for data gathering and review
      • Used existing website tools from Ebling Library for initial mockups
    • Goal for inventory: A Faceted Library
      • Faceted classification allows for a non-hierarchical, flexible description of resources
    • Basecamp Project Management software (from 37signals) BASECAMP - Where we Started
    • http://beta.hsl.wisc.edu/portals/healthcaregames/ Feel free to share but please don’t publish this URL Beta Version 1.0 our Library
    • Potential path of the project
        • Basic inventory – raw data
        • Databased, searchable inventory – cleaned data
        • Faceted browse/search – objective analysis
        • Ratings – subjective/qualitative analysis
        • Discussion – synthesis, peer review
        • Cloning for other subject areas - reproducibility
        • Interdisciplinary work by sharing data/facets - reproduction
    • And now for a little help from our friends…
      • We could use your help with
        • New resources
        • Checking descriptions
        • Adding information
        • Giving us your general ideas via a survey
    • Special Thanks! Michael Betzner and Jeff Taekman for supplying some of the images that appear in this presentation, and to all of my, students and colleagues who appeared in this presentation Contact Information Eric Bauman, PhD, RN Department of Anesthesiology University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health [email_address] 608-263-8100 Allan Barclay, MLIS Ebling Library for the Health Sciences University of Wisconsin - Madison [email_address] 608-262-3957