Simulcast Journal Club Podcast 3


In our March journal club podcast Ben and Vic discuss the paper of the month Marshall, S. D. (2017) “Helping experts and expert teams perform under duress: an agenda for cognitive aid research.” Anaesthesia, 72: 289–295. doi:10.1111/anae.13707. We shared some highlights from the online discussion, and Ben’s pdf summary is also included here. There’s more to a good checklist than we realise. See the pdf for the March Journal Club summary

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We then reviewed 3 recent papers (links below)

Greig PR, Darbyshire JL, Richards E ‘The most useful exercise of medical school’: simulated death can be successfully incorporated into undergraduate simulation. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning Published Online First: 07 March 2017.

Kessler DO, Chang TP, Auerbach M, et al Screening residents for infant lumbar puncture readiness with just-in-time simulation-based assessments BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning 2017;3:17-22.

Cheng et al.  Conducting multicenter research in healthcare simulation: Lessons learned from the INSPIRE network. Advances in Simulation (2017) 2:6

 

And Ben introduced next month’s paper – a classic

Jenny W. Rudolph, PhD, Robert Simon, EdD, Ronald L. Dufresne, MS, and Daniel B. Raemer, PhD There’s No Such Thing as “Nonjudgmental” Debriefing: A Theory and Method for Debriefing with Good JudgmentSimulation in Healthcare • Volume 1, Number 1, Spring 2006

Looking forward to comments from across the range of simulation debriefing experience.


About Ben Symon

Ben is a Paediatric Emergency Physician. He is based at The Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane. In 2014 Ben was the first Simulation Fellow for Children's Health Queensland, and assisted in the statewide roll out of the SToRK Team's RMDDP program. He currently teaches on a variety of paediatric simulation based courses at Lady Cilento Children's Hospital on paediatric resuscitation, trauma and CRM principles. As a relatively new simulation educator, Ben has a growing interest in encouraging clinical educators to be more familiar with simulation research.

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