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Alert 2014-new-weiner2

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Alert 2014-new-weiner2

  1. 1. Handheld High Fidelity Simulation Training For IV Catheterization Debra L. Weiner, MD, PhD Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School Mark Ottensmeyer, PhD Massachusetts General Hospital INSPIRE @ IMSH 2014: San Francisco, California, USA International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  2. 2. Background Simulation For Procedure Training • Low-cost, handheld simulation for training of minimally-invasive procedures anywhere, anytime, would –Bring simulation to broader scope of providers –Provide on-demand training proximate to time needed • We created handheld haptic simulation IV training device –Haptic block + phone or tablet –Didactics, bi-directional interactivity, database backed • Potential to –Create paradigm shift in non-patient based procedure training –Expand/enhance healthcare access, , quality, safety any population International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  3. 3. PICO Question • P: Residents (+ nurses) • I: Handheld haptic simulation IV training device • C: IV training arm • O: Knowledge/skills performance Device use, usability Success rate IV in patients pre/post training International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  4. 4. Approach / Design • Multicenter prospective • • • • Training/testing: dedicated sessions, ED, inpatient units + self-directed refreshers Knowledge-indications, complications, technique Skills-preparation, procedure Access Handheld Device Use, Usability • • • • Sites: 5-10 pediatric hospitals Compare Performance IV arm vs. handheld device • • • Participants: residents +/- nurses, 100-200 participants Participant demographics Experience-IV catheterization, simulation, technology enhanced procedures Evaluation use, usability, effectiveness platform, content Track IV catheterization performance in patients x 6 months • Number patients IV attempted, percent, characteristics successful/failed attempts International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  5. 5. Timeline • ALERT Presentation: Jan 25, 2014 • Grant Proposal (if applicable): seeking opportunities • IRB Submission: May 1, 2014 • Recruitment / Data Collection: AY 2014-2015 • Data Analysis: July 2015-Oct 2015 • Abstract Presentation: Jan 2016 • Manuscript Preparation: Nov 2015-Mar 2016 International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  6. 6. 3 Questions to improve study 1. Study participants? – Residents ?include nurses, best time year to start? 1. Primary outcome measure? – Performance IV trainer arm vs. handheld, or success patient IVs – patient success ideal but ?practical 1. Best measure of knowledge, skills? – Test, observation pre, post, 1, 3, 6 months? International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  7. 7. Contact Information Name: Deb Weiner Institution: Boston Children’s Hospital E-mail: weiner_d@tch.harvard.edu Phone:617-355-4144 International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education

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