Please join us for the Boston Simulation Community Meeting on Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 from 5:30-7:00 at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).
The meeting’s focus will be on how to integrate simulation into an existing medicine residency program. Paul Currier, MD will present and seek your input on: “Can you do simulation for 184 residents a year?”
Description: Work from the Department of Medicine at MGH will be presented to facilitate a discussion on how to develop and run simulation and debriefing for a large group of trainees. The challenges and successes of the group will be explored with a desire for input from the Boston Simulation Community.
Once you get to MGH, the meeting is in the Bigelow Amphitheater: it is located on White 4 (room 418). Enter the MGH main lobby, walk straight ahead for 50 feet, then look for the White (A) elevators (near Coffee Central) to the 4th floor, when you leave the elevator lobby, turn right and the Bigelow Amphitheater is there.
Paul and colleagues have published this work here:
Mathai SK, Miloslavsky EM, Contreras-Valdes FM, et al. How we implemented a resident-led medical simulation curriculum in a large internal medicine residency program. Med Teach. Apr 2014;36(4):279-283.
Miloslavsky EM, Hayden EM, Currier PF, Mathai SK, Contreras-Valdes F, Gordon JA. Pilot program using medical simulation in clinical decision-making training for internal medicine interns. Journal of graduate medical education. Dec 2012;4(4):490-495.
- May 13, 2014: At the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professions—Preparing Physical Therapy, Nursing, and Communication Science and Disorders Students for an Interprofessional Clinical Experience Using Simulation, Meredith O’Dea, Caitlin Fitzgerald, Trish Zeytoonjian. Host: Deb Navedo.
- June 10, 2014: @ Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program. Hosts: Peter Weinstock and Catherine Allan. Topic TBA.
- July 8, 2014: CIMIT Boston Simulation Community Quarterly Meeting @ CIMIT and on the Web.
The Boston Simulation Community Research and Education meetings provide a friendly and informal venue for simulation educators and researchers to present work-in-progress, acquaint each other with relevant ideas from other disciplines and connect with others. The meetings are held on the second Tuesday of most months. Please join us!