Are You Ready For This?: Respiratory Emergency Simulation with Medically Complex Children

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 404
Date: Fri, Apr 6th, 2018
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Description:

Lavoie, P., Pepin, J., & Boyer, L. (2013). Reflective debriefing to promote novice nurses' clinical judgment after high-fidelity clinical simulation: A pilot test. Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, 24(4), 36-41. Retrieved April 12, 2017.

Figueroa, M., Sepanski, R., Goldberg, S., & Shah, S. (2013). Improving Teamwork, Confidence, and Collaboration Among Members of a Pediatric Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit Multidisciplinary Team Using Simulation-Based Team Training. Pediatric Cardiology, 34, 612-619. Retrieved April 12, 2017.

https://www.childrenshospitals.org/Issues-and-Advocacy/Children-With-Medical-Complexity/Fact-Sheets/Defining-Children-With-Medical-Complexities
Session Type: Education

Session Description: Increasingly, chronically ill, medically complex children are receiving medical care in the ambulatory setting. By attending this presentation, the participant will be able to identify strategies to assess nursing staff confidence in managing emergency situations in the pediatric ambulatory setting. Techniques to develop a meaningful emergency simulation exercise and debrief will be discussed.
Primary Presenter Bio: Maureen has been a pediatric nurse for the past 32 years. The past 12 years she has been a Education Specialist for the Division of General & Community Pediatrics at Cincinnati Childrens, She has an interest in developing nursing staff's competency and confidence with patient emergency care with medically complex children in the ambulatory setting.
Primary Presenter Institution: Cincinnati Childrens Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Cincinnati Childrens Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Julie Stalf is an Education Specialist in the Ambulatory Services Division at Cincinnati Children’s. She has been a nurse for 31 years, most recently 10 years in pediatric nursing. Julie also served as the Clinical Manager in the Complex Care Center where she partnered with Maureen in developing the emergency simulation exercises focused on medically complex children.

Session Type: Education

Session Description: Increasingly, chronically ill, medically complex children are receiving medical care in the ambulatory setting. By attending this presentation, the participant will be able to identify strategies to assess nursing staff confidence in managing emergency situations in the pediatric ambulatory setting. Techniques to develop a meaningful emergency simulation exercise and debrief will be discussed.
Primary Presenter Bio: Maureen has been a pediatric nurse for the past 32 years. The past 12 years she has been a Education Specialist for the Division of General & Community Pediatrics at Cincinnati Childrens, She has an interest in developing nursing staff's competency and confidence with patient emergency care with medically complex children in the ambulatory setting.
Primary Presenter Institution: Cincinnati Childrens Hospital
Presenter 2 Institution: Cincinnati Childrens Hospital
Presenter 2 Bio: Julie Stalf is an Education Specialist in the Ambulatory Services Division at Cincinnati Children’s. She has been a nurse for 31 years, most recently 10 years in pediatric nursing. Julie also served as the Clinical Manager in the Complex Care Center where she partnered with Maureen in developing the emergency simulation exercises focused on medically complex children.