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Progress Report Presentation:
Development of simulation-based
assessment tools for the general
pediatrics milestones
Leah ...
• From survey of pediatric program directors and pediatric simulation
experts, 4 general pediatric milestones identified a...
• Fall 2014- survey of pediatric simulation experts and pediatric program
directors through APPD (published in Academic Pe...
• PBL1 (insight)- Utilize methodology of prior studies- multirater
assessment with gap analyses (Calhoun et al, JGME 2011 ...
1. Complete delphi/consensus exercises to develop tools for
(SBP3 and Prof 6)
2. Study design to evaluate tools for each a...
Today, at INSPIRE @ IMSH 2016:
Use break-out groups to move forward with tool development
or validation phase study design...
Name: Leah Mallory, MD
Institution: The Barbara Bush Children’s
Hospital at Maine Medical Center
E-mail: mallol@mmc.org
Ph...
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Progress ALERT - Sim-based Assessment Tools for General Pediatric Milestones

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Progress ALERT - Sim-based Assessment Tools for General Pediatric Milestones

  1. 1. Progress Report Presentation: Development of simulation-based assessment tools for the general pediatrics milestones Leah Mallory, MD The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center IMSH 2016: San Diego, CA/ USA International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  2. 2. • From survey of pediatric program directors and pediatric simulation experts, 4 general pediatric milestones identified as “suitable to simulation based assessment” and “gaps in current assessment methodologies • In these areas, we seek to identify or develop usable simulation- based assessment tools (*this has evolved into multiple projects with separate teams) – PBL1- Identify strengths, deficiencies, and limits in one’s knowledge and expertise – SBP3- Work in inter-professional teams to enhance patient safety and improve patient care quality – ICS2- Demonstrate the insight and understanding into emotion and human response to emotion that allows one to appropriately develop and manage human interactions – Prof 6- The capacity to accept that ambiguity is part of clinical medicine and to recognize the need for and to utilize appropriate resources in dealing with uncertainty International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Aim(s) - Revised
  3. 3. • Fall 2014- survey of pediatric simulation experts and pediatric program directors through APPD (published in Academic Peds Nov. 2015) • January 2015- 4 separate groups form to identify or develop assessment tools in prioritized areas • Spring- Fall 2015- Groups performs literature search/systematic review of assessment tools in respective areas • Current- Each group ends up in a different place International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Timeline & Current progress
  4. 4. • PBL1 (insight)- Utilize methodology of prior studies- multirater assessment with gap analyses (Calhoun et al, JGME 2011 and Sim in Healthcare 2009) comparing learner self assessment to observer assessment. Opportunity to utilize this methodology with peds residents as we validate and test tools emerging from groups below? • SBP3 (interprofessional teamwork)- Tools focused on ‘teamwork’ emerge from literature review, but less robust for interprofessional aspects- performing modified Delphi including teamwork and interprofessional eelements from identified tools • ICS2 (empathy)- 2 well-validated tools, appropriate for our purposes identified- no modification required? Plan to compare them, assessing feasibility/usability for our purposes • Prof 6 (ambiguity)- Systematic review reveals little, using modified Delphi to develop new tool which will require validation International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Timeline & Current progress
  5. 5. 1. Complete delphi/consensus exercises to develop tools for (SBP3 and Prof 6) 2. Study design to evaluate tools for each area- how much can methodology overlap given that each team is in slightly different place? 3. Funding to carry out validation and/or feasibility assessment: standardized patients, data collection and analysis International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Needs / Challenges
  6. 6. Today, at INSPIRE @ IMSH 2016: Use break-out groups to move forward with tool development or validation phase study design for each group In upcoming 3-6 months: -Finalize study design and obtain central and peripheral IRB -Funding Later 2016 and 2017: Establish feasibility and/or validity across multiple sites International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Goals to accomplish
  7. 7. Name: Leah Mallory, MD Institution: The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center E-mail: mallol@mmc.org Phone: 207-662-1504 International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Contact Information

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