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Weekly Webinars – Shared Leadership in Healthcare Emergency Teams: Should the Lighthouse be Demolished?

November 4, 2020 @ 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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About this session

During this presentation, Dr. Sarah Janssens will expand on how she became interested in the topic of leadership and why she decided to focus specifically on the subject of shared leadership. Together, Dr. Demian Szyld and Dr. Janssens will discuss the results of a systematic review which examined how leadership is shared within healthcare emergency teams, exploring the how and why of leadership sharing across ER, Trauma, and resuscitation teams. Dr. Janssens will also share the results of her empiric research on leadership sharing within simulated maternity emergencies and what it means for those teams responding to emergencies in the clinical environment.

“Should we demolish traditional medical ‘lighthouse leadership’ to ensure our teams function more effectively?” Tune in to hear Dr. Demian Szyld speak with Dr. Sarah Janssens to get her thoughts on the subject and open up a conversation about leadership research. The presentation will be followed by an interactive Q&A where the audience can interact with the speaker.

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the results of a systematic review which examined how leadership is shared within healthcare emergency teams
  • Explore leadership sharing across ER, Trauma and resuscitation teams.

Pre-webinar Preparation

Please read:

  • Janssens S, Simon R, Beckmann M, Marshall S. Shared Leadership in Healthcare Action Teams: A Systematic Review. Journal of Patient Safety. 2018 Jun. DOI: 10.1097/pts.0000000000000503. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1097/PTS.0000000000000503

Equipment Requirements

The webinar is delivered via Zoom, a web conferencing platform. All materials and course interactions will occur online. In order to participate fully, each person must have:

  • Their own computer, tablet, or mobile phone
  • Reliable high-speed internet access (minimum 3 Mbps upload/download speed)
  • Microphone and speakers (built-in, headset or from webcam)
  • Optional: Webcam

Recording

We are aware that internet connection speed and bandwidth is not consistent globally and thus can cause intermittent interruption of audio and/or video from the webinar. We do everything we can to minimize problems with streaming data; however, please be forewarned that poor connections may result in slow or choppy audio and video. We will make the entire webinar recording available after it concludes in the Resources section of our website, including sharing any links referenced during the webinar.

Host

Demian Szyld

Demian Szyld, MD, EdM
Senior Director, Faculty Development Program
Center for Medical Simulation
Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Dr. Szyld is an Emergency Medicine physician at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and a Lecturer at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Szyld was the first Simulation and Education Fellow at the STRATUS Simulation Center at BWH and is actively involved in the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and has chaired the Formal Training Affinity Group, led the Affiliations Committee and served as an Accreditation Site Reviewer and completed a term on the Board of Directors (2016-2019).

Presenter

Sarah Janssens

Sarah Janssens, MBBS, FRANZCOG
OBGYN Physician
Mater Mothers’ Hospital
South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Chair
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology’s Simulation Training Advisory Group
Melbourne, Victoria Australia

Clinical Simulation Director
Mater Education
South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Dr Sarah Janssens studied medicine at the University of Queensland, Australia and began working as a specialist at the Mater Mothers’ Hospital after completing training in in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2012. While continuing to work clinically, Sarah is also the Clinical Simulation Director for Mater Education and Chair of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology’s Simulation Training Advisory Group. Sarah’s interests in simulation include procedural training and interprofessional team performance. She is a completing her PhD through Monash University focusing on shared leadership in healthcare emergency response teams.

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Details

Date:
November 4, 2020
Time:
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Tuition: Complimentary - $0 USD

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