Aim is to present our embryonic network & if members agree then join INSPIRE as opposed to re-inventing the wheel
vision for the network to answer local issues through well formulated research questions and hypothesis. With an aim to draw from the experience of members of INSPIRE group to refine these. If INSPIRE felt the questions were of sufficiently high standard, we would be happy to incorporate international collaborators into the study. Or something like that which speaks to the fact that some studies will be done at a national level with intellectual support from INSPIRE group, whilst others would be proposed as larger study within the INSPIRE membership network.
Emphasis on ability to collaborate on an institutional and network level.
NIPPERS Presentation: National Inter ProfessionalPaediatric Education Research in Simulation network (UK) C. Bennett, K. Claydon-Smith, J. Cusack, D, DeBeer, T. Everett, J.Fawke, S. Gough, D. Grant, S.Hancock, S. Hanna, F. Horrox, A. Johnson, D. Kerr, R. MacKinnon, W. Marriage, S. Newell, K. Parkins, D. Rowney, A. Stevenson & P. Weir
Background• Collaborative simulation research scarcity in UK• ASPIH / IPSS – Inter-professional UK network – Vision: to answer local issues through well formulated research – Inaugural research group meeting 5th Feb 2012• Identifiable Patient Impact Knowledge Gaps – Trauma Team Outreach Educational Interventions – Paediatric Palliative Care Packages – In situ Paediatric Cardiac Arrest Team Performance – Inter-professional Undergraduate Education
PICO Question• Population – In UK pediatric inter-professional teams• Intervention – will the use of a multi-site targeted simulation educational interventions• Comparison – compared with no interventions• Outcome – improve direct clinical impact, team performance & translational learning
Approach• Mixed Methods Analysis 1. Development of standardised peer reviewed educational interventions 2. Pilot studies of educational interventions 3. Assessment pre-introduction 4. Focus groups & targeted cohorts for educational interventions 5. Quantitative & Qualitative assessment of impact on patient care, team performance & translational learning
3 Questions• Is there scope for international collaboration?• What issues do we need to consider when standardizing the research across study sites?• How will the INSPIRE model function to address the needs of national networks and single institution members of part of INSPIRE network?