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Alert 2014-new-moro sutherland

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Alert 2014-new-moro sutherland

  1. 1. Progress Report Presentation: Low-cost simulation in the global health arena Moro-Sutherland D, Grover E, JacquetG, Langevin M, Meaney P. International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  2. 2. • Establish a repository for the global health community working in limited-resource settings • Survey memberships of large medical and nursing organizations, nursing and medical schools, medical and surgical residencies working abroad, global health fellowships, simulation fellowships, NGOs, PEARS program coordinators with AHA, Helping Babies Breathe program with AAP/Laerdal and ETAT/ETAT+ programs which are available through the World Health Organization. • Information focusing on low-cost simulation projects, barriers, and needs will be made available through an openplatform. InternationalNetwork forSimulation-based PediatricInnovation, Research and Education Aim(s) - Revised
  3. 3. • A central repository where educators, learners and/or volunteers can go, to become knowledgeable on low-cost simulation programs and/or projects InternationalNetwork forSimulation-based PediatricInnovation, Research and Education Aim: Expected Outcome
  4. 4. • The sharing of information “lessons learned” as well as a repository of the existing low-cost simulation programs andprojectswill be important for simulation training to be sustainable. • This will be the first step towards communication and sharing of curriculum across organizations and countries InternationalNetwork forSimulation-based PediatricInnovation, Research and Education Aims: Expected Benefits
  5. 5. • Low-cost simulation in the global health arena survey – Timeline: March 2014 - September 2014 • Email: ACEP International & Pediatric Membership, IMSH membership (March 2014) • Survey: IPSSW, GEMA ( April –June 2014) • Survey:Disseminated to an expansive number of organizations to help to identify the key stakeholders involved in low-cost simulation (May 2014-August 2014) • STAKEHOLDERS (identified through preliminary survey) involved in low-cost simulation in limited resource settings: question specific on sharing of curriculum, cases and research/publications – Timeline: August 2014 – Jan 2015 (3 cycles) with follow up emails InternationalNetwork forSimulation-based PediatricInnovation, Research and Education Timeline: Survey
  6. 6. • Email sent out to the following memberships in March 2014: – IMSH – ACEP International and Pediatric Sections • Survey to be disseminated @ IPSSW, if ready • Survey to be disseminated @ SAEM May 2014 – Registrants and GEMA & Simulation members • Full scale dissemination to multiple organizations beginning in May 2014-August 2014 InternationalNetwork forSimulation-based PediatricInnovation, Research and Education Progress since Jan 2014
  7. 7. 1. Funding: Grant submitted to ACEP International Section, yet concern for ownership 2. Surveys: Reliability, access and return rate 3. Audience: Public forum/platform Where best to place once all information is collected? InternationalNetwork forSimulation-based PediatricInnovation, Research and Education Needs / Challenges
  8. 8. 1. @ IPSSW 2014: Survey dissemination, if ready 2. Feedback on survey draft before launching 3. Assistance with database if funding does not go through 4. Mentorship/Availability if barriers are met 5. Jan 2015: Completion of dissemination of survey and repository available on open platform InternationalNetwork forSimulation-based PediatricInnovation, Research and Education How can INSPIRE help?
  9. 9. Name: Donna Moro-Sutherland, MD E-mail: donnamsutherland@gmail.com Phone: 919-606-3632 InternationalNetwork forSimulation-based PediatricInnovation, Research and Education Contact Information

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