57 – Simulcast Journal Club Podcast Monthly Wrap July 2018


Welcome to the Simulcast Journal Club Podcast and monthly wrap post.

Please read our pdf summary of the Journal Club article, the month’s discussion and our expert commentary here.

JOURNAL CLUB

Ben and Vic discuss the paper of the month, including expert commentary from Steph Barwick (@InSituSteph)

VJ. Grant, T. Robinson, H. Catena, W. Eppich & A. Cheng (2018) Difficult Debriefing Situations : A toolbox for simulation educators” Medical Teacher, DOI: 10.1080/0142159X.2018.1468558

 And we talked about a few other sim papers across a range of topics and research methods,  

Bajaj K, Minors A, Walker K, Meguerdichian M, Patterson M. “No-Go Considerations” for In Situ Simulation Safety. Simul Healthc. 2018 Jun;13(3):221-224.  

 Walsh, Chloe, MSc; Lydon, Sinéad, PhD; Byrne, Dara, MMEd Ed; Madden, Caoimhe, MSc; Fox, Susan, PhD; O’Connor, Paul, PhD The 100 Most Cited Articles on Healthcare Simulation: A Bibliometric Review. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare: June 2018 – Volume 13 – Issue 3 – p 211–220  (#FOAMsim) 

 Verkuyl, M., Lapum, J. L., Hughes, M., McCulloch, T., Liu, L., Mastrilli, P., Romaniuk, D., & Betts, L. (2018, July). Virtual gaming simulation: Exploring self-debriefing, virtual debriefing, and in-person debriefing. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 20, 7-14. (#FOAMsim) 

 

 So we’ll be back at the end of August with our wrap – join the discussion at simulationpodcast.com

Victoria  


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  • Melanie Barlow

    Thanks so much for your commentary Steph and sharing your personal experiences. Our role as debriefers is to help our learners reflect on performance and I think as debriefers we need to be just as reflective of our performance. What impact did we have, what could have been done better and what worked and we should do again? Seeking feedback from our peers and participants is vital for this and how we receive that message will (I believe) directly influence the learnings we take away from the feedback conversation. Having a difficult debriefing tool can also help these feedback conversations i.e. feedback to the debriefer on what strategies they used to manage a situation and what ones they could use in the future if faced with the situation again.