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Simulation Debrief by CAE Healthcare
31 minutes | Nov 5, 2020
Episode 23: Reinventing Emergency Medicine Education in a Pandemic Environment
Amar Patel speaks to Jared Kutzin, DNP, MS, MPH, RN, FSSH Director of the Emergency Medicine Simulation Teaching and Research Center (STAR) at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) on the ways he has adapted training for students, residents, attending physicians, and nurses during the 2020 pandemic. Jared shares how they have moved away from an in-class education to a digital ecosystem, creating an even more direct, efficient, and innovative approach to education. Learn more about the STAR Center
21 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
Episode 22: Adaptive Learning for COVID-19 Care: Reducing Knowledge Gaps
Amar Patel speaks to Khurram Jamil, president of Area9 Group and CAE Healthcare partner in developing an adaptive learning ventilator reskilling program that has allowed clinicians to quickly gain proficiency while addressing unconscious gaps in knowledge and competency. https://www.caehealthcare.com/adaptive
16 minutes | Oct 8, 2020
Episode 21 – Reflections on Gratitude, Tireless Teams and Making an Impact
In a week during which Amar Patel copes with the loss of two medical colleagues to COVID-19, he reflects on what we’ve learned this year through our podcast conversations, the new educational landscape, staying safe and healthy, and our call to drive innovation in simulation going forward.
28 minutes | Sep 24, 2020
Episode 20 – A Moment of Normalcy: Back to the Office in 2020
Amar Patel and CAE Healthcare legal counsel Jennifer Jula reconnect in person to enjoy much-missed office banter, riffing on RBG and gender equality, best albums of the summer, Hamilton, what they miss the most during the pandemic.
36 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
Episode 19: Doctors of Ingenuity: Is this Portable Contagion Tent the Next Big PPE Device?
Amar Patel catches up with four physicians who invented a portable negative pressure contagion tent to protect healthcare providers as they perform aerosol-generating procedures (AGPs), such as intubation, on COVID-19 patients. Doctors Jared Staab, Jay Nachtigal and Tim Krause from University of Kansas Health System Medical and Dr. Brent Barta of Bryan Health in Lincoln, Nebraska are awaiting FDA Emergency Use Authorization for a device they believe could be used worldwide. Watch a short video to see how the tent will protect healthcare providers.
28 minutes | Sep 3, 2020
Episode 18 Cultural and Safety Considerations in Medical Education
Dr. Christine Park, Anesthesiologist and Director of the Simulation And Integrative Learning Institute (SAIL) at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Medicine, speaks with Amar Patel about Standardized Patient training and safety considerations during the pandemic, when it makes sense to simulate a patient death, and how to facilitate those difficult conversations.
13 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
Episode 17 – “Life, love and the pursuit of chaos in 2020”
Having returned from his summer travels, Amar Patel reflects on his family, schooling during the pandemic, on his move to Florida from North Carolina, his journey from EMS and Fire Services to academia, from a healthcare system to industry, and what he is most proud of within his simulation and healthcare communities.
29 minutes | Aug 6, 2020
Episode 16 – Virtual Vignettes – Developing Remote Clinical Training for the Pandemic
This week, Amar Patel speaks to two simulation educators who were faced with quickly training nurses, residents, medical students, and other healthcare professionals to care for COVID-19 patients without the benefit of in-person simulation center resources. Atrium Health’s Dawn Swiderski, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, CHSE, FSSH and Jennifer Noble, MSN, RN, AGCNS-BC, CEN, CHSE of Carolinas Simulation Center share their methods and lessons learned. Jennifer Noble https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-noble-983438100/ Dawn Swiderski https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawn-swiderski-71aa9364/
30 minutes | Jul 9, 2020
Episode 15: Diversity and inclusiveness in EMS education: Where do we go from here?
Amar Patel speaks to Jennifer McCarthy, a leading paramedic and EMS educator, about mindfulness in EMS practice, overcoming hidden bias in teaching and scripting scenarios, and the importance of breaking bread to promote cultural understanding. Jennifer is also Director of Clinical Simulation at Seton Hall University and Founder and President of 579 Solutions. Learn more about 579 Solutions at www.579solutions.com
28 minutes | Jul 2, 2020
Episode 14: Cultural Considerations in Simulation and Debrief
In each educational encounter, the culture of the individual, instructor, group, institution and the patient scenario all play a role. In this podcast, Amar Patel reconnects with Janice Palaganas, PhD, RN, NP, ANEF, FNAP, FAAN, FSSH, who completed a study on cultural considerations in debriefing with Drs. Kim Leighton and Albert Chan and shares some of their initial findings. She is Chief Executive Officer of The Institute for Interprofessional Innovations, Associate Director of Healthcare Professions Education at the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, where they have launched the first PhD in Health Professions Education with a focus on Simulation and another in Interprofessional Education. She also is Principal Faculty at the Center for Medical Simulation and faculty for Harvard Medical School.
33 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
COVID-19 and new perspectives on training – thoughts from CAE leadership in Civil, Defence and Healthcare
To view the video version of this podcast episode, click here. A thought leadership discussion among CAE’s leading experts as they look to the future and the evolution of training beyond COVID-19. Hear from CAE’s leaders as they share perspectives on the future of training and discuss topics such as virtual classrooms, self- paced and adaptive learning, distributed mission training, data analytics, and artificial intelligence. Hosted by Hélène Gagnon, Vice-President, Public Affairs & Global Communications, CAE Guests: Joe Armstrong, Vice President of Global Business Operations, Products and Solutions, CAE D&S Amar Patel, Chief Learning Officer, CAE Healthcare Christopher Ranganathan, Chief Learning Officer, CAE Civil Aviation Training Solutions
30 minutes | Jun 21, 2020
Episode 13: Special Edition - The Vital Role of Nurses, Nurse Educators and Virtual Learning in 2020
2020 is the WHO Year of the Nurse, and nurses have never been more vital or more appreciated. In this interview, Amar Patel speaks to Cynthia Foronda, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE, ANEF, President of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) and Robert Armstrong, President of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) about their new virtual learning collaboration. Read the INACSL and SSH Position Statement on the use of virtual simulation to replace clinical hours for students enrolled in health sciences professions The INACSL Virtual Conference 2020 kicks off June 24, 2020 Visit www.inacsl.org and www.ssih.org to learn more.
29 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
Episode 12: Designing a Whole New Patient Ventilator: The CAE Air1 Journey
How did a simulation company focused on training pivot to designing, building and shipping more than 10,000 patient ventilators to save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic? This week, Amar Patel interviews CAE Healthcare Engineering Director Erick Fortin and Project Manager Mona Safadi to gain an inside perspective on the journey. Read about the CAE Air1 ventilator press announcement Watch the video of how the CAE Air1 was made Watch the Global News story
31 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
Episode 11: Tales from the ER: How COVID-19 Caregivers Are Coping
In Episode 11, Amar Patel speaks to Dr. Derek Monette, Emergency Medicine Physician and Medical Education Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Monette has developed a debriefing program for ER clinicians to help them prepare for the emotional and ethical challenges around COVID-19 care. Learn more about Dr. Monette’s work at https://learn.partners.org/source/covid-19/emergency-medicine-topics. Follow him @DerekMonetteMD. Find more resources for Emergency Medicine educators at aliem.com.
23 minutes | Jun 4, 2020
Episode 10: The Promise of Simulation: Better Patient Outcomes
Amar Patel speaks to Dr. Richard Friedland, DPM, a surgeon, early adopter with 15 years of experience in simulation and board member of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare about AR vs VR, how learners move from competence to confidence, and redefining simulation from “one size fits all” to custom learning experiences. https://www.ssih.org/
23 minutes | May 28, 2020
Episode 9: Four Barriers to Simulation and How to Conquer Them
Episode 9 of Simulation Debrief features Charles “Chuck” Pozner, MD, a simulation pioneer and Executive Director of the STRATUS Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, one of the most prominent hospital-based simulation centers in the U.S. Dr. Ponzer offers sage advice on the importance of a team vision and mission, overcoming fears and the mandate of leaders today. “If you don’t lower the barriers to simulation, people will not use your sim center. Every single simulation you do needs to hit the spot.” Dr. Charles Pozner STRATUS stands for Simulation, Training, Research and Technology Utilization System. To learn more about the STRATUS Center, visit https://www.brighamandwomens.org/emergency-medicine/stratus/about-stratus-center or send an email to email@example.com.
21 minutes | May 21, 2020
Episode 8: Certification and Accreditation in Simulation: Why it Matters
In Episode 8, Amar Patel interviews Andrew Spain, MA, EMT-P, who is Director of Certification for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH). While certification and accreditation can seem daunting, over 2,500 simulation professionals from 39 countries have achieved designation as Certified Healthcare Simulation Educators (CHSE) and Certified Healthcare Operations Specialists (CHSOS), and 174 programs from 21 countries have achieved SSH Accreditation . Learn how you can begin your journey. Find the SSH Certification page at https://www.ssih.org/Credentialing/Certification Find the SSH Accreditation page at https://www.ssih.org/Credentialing/Accreditation
26 minutes | May 14, 2020
Episode 7: COVID-19 and the Acceleration of Creative Digital Learning
In Episode 7, Amar Patel speaks to Dan Limmer, a paramedic, police officer, EMS educator and cofounder of Limmer Education. From audio applications to gamification, EMS education is entering a new era of online and distance learning. Dan Limmer believes it will ultimately improve student interaction and decision-making. “We’re all looking for the iPhone of online education. We’re all looking for that innovation.” Read about the new training realities on the Limmer Education blog.
19 minutes | May 7, 2020
Episode 6: Simulation ROI, Advocacy, and Embracing Your Hypocrisy
Earlier this year, Amar Patel met up with fellow podcaster Janice Palaganas, PhD, RN, NP, ANEF, FNAP, FAAN, FSSH. She is Director of Educational Innovation & Development for the Center for Medical Simulation at Harvard Medical School, an Assistant Professor of Nursing, and also a co-creator of the PhD curriculum for simulation educators at the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston. In a discussion that ranges from the practical to the philosophical, Janice shares her passion for interprofessional education, advocacy and embracing your hypocrisy. Listen to the DJ Simulationistas and the COVID-19 Chronicles Center for Medical Simulation podcasts
28 minutes | May 1, 2020
Episode 5: The COVID-19 balancing act: Mental health, telehealth and the next generation
In Episode 5, Amar Patel speaks to Dr. Tara Bastek, a neonatologist, bioethicist and simulation educator with a Master’s degree in Public Health from Harvard University.Currently serving as Chair of the Medical Ethics Committee and Associate Medical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) for WakeMed Health, Dr. Bastek offers her views on isolating with family, where to find factual information and the COVID-19 impact on society and healthcare. “I myself ended up as a person of interest. I was in a strict quarantine for 72 hours until my test results came back... wondering if I had exposed my family to this.” Dr. Tara Bastek Associate Medical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) for WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina
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