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ALERT Presentation: Throughput,
cost and standardization: Does a serious game
in healthcare work for teaching parents and
...
• In the case of neurological assessment, it is important that
learners understand the steps to examination and the sympto...
• Population: Parents and clinicians caring for children with
VP shunt
• Intervention: Serious game with simulation – mobi...
• Evaluate the usability and effectiveness of the Serious Game
with a group of approximately xx parents or guardians of
af...
• ALERT Presentation at IMSH (Simulation Conference) in
January 2017
• Submission to JHACH Dept. of Research and Grants fo...
1. What should our sample size be?
2. Are there components to questions
missing?
3. What should we ask?
International Netw...
At INSPIRE @ IMSH 2017:
Receive feedback about game design. Study questions.
In 2 months:
Finish proposal and submit to IR...
Melissa Powell
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
mpowel41@jhmi.edu
931-993-6959
International Network for Simulation-b...
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Throughput, cost and standardization: Does a serious game in healthcare work for teaching parents and clinician neuro assessment in Children with VP Shunt?

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Throughput, cost and standardization: Does a serious game in healthcare work for teaching parents and clinician neuro assessment in Children with VP Shunt?

  1. 1. ALERT Presentation: Throughput, cost and standardization: Does a serious game in healthcare work for teaching parents and clinicians neuro assessment in children with VP shunt? Melissa Powell, RN, BSN, MHPE, CHSE Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital INSPIRE @ IMSH 2017 – Orlando, FL, USA International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education
  2. 2. • In the case of neurological assessment, it is important that learners understand the steps to examination and the symptoms or complaints that are warning signs. The parents and clinicians of children with shunt failure should recognize serious signs and symptoms and choose the correct action when identification of critical signs and symptoms occur. Indeed, parent and clinicians should know what is normal and abnormal, how to explain what they observe and take correct action. International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Background
  3. 3. • Population: Parents and clinicians caring for children with VP shunt • Intervention: Serious game with simulation – mobile app. • Control/Comparison: Traditional education • Outcome(s): Measurable usability, engagement and effectiveness of learning in parents and clinicians. International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education PICO / Research Question
  4. 4. • Evaluate the usability and effectiveness of the Serious Game with a group of approximately xx parents or guardians of affected children and approximately yy pediatric nurses who could potentially be required to recognize VPS failure. International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Approach / Design
  5. 5. • ALERT Presentation at IMSH (Simulation Conference) in January 2017 • Submission to JHACH Dept. of Research and Grants for review February 2017 • IRB Submission February 2017 • Grant Proposal submission NIH STTR/SBIR April 5th 2017 • Award dependent – Game design beginning December 2017 • Recruitment / Data Collection March 2018 • Data Analysis June 2018 • Abstract Presentation September 2018 • Manuscript Preparation December 2018 International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Timeline
  6. 6. 1. What should our sample size be? 2. Are there components to questions missing? 3. What should we ask? International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education 3 questions to improve study
  7. 7. At INSPIRE @ IMSH 2017: Receive feedback about game design. Study questions. In 2 months: Finish proposal and submit to IRB International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Goals to accomplish
  8. 8. Melissa Powell Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital mpowel41@jhmi.edu 931-993-6959 International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education Contact Information

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