Developing Interprofessional Simulation: Moving from Active Avoidance to Simulation with Standing Room Only

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 804
Date: Sun, Apr 8th, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Description:

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Session Type: Education

Session Description: Using a timeline we will describe our journey to build a high quality interprofessional simulation program for nurses, physicians, residents, and respiratory therapists from emergency departments and pediatrics inpatient units. Barriers and methods used to overcome these will be discussed. As a result, teamwork, communication and morale have been strengthened.
Primary Presenter Bio: Candace Matthews has been a nurse for 14 years and is the pediatric clinical nurse specialist (CNS) for Cone Health’s six campus health system. She obtained her baccalaureate and Master’s degree in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is also a certified pediatric nurse practitioner. Candace uses high-fidelity simulation to engage staff and support many of her educational offerings.
Primary Presenter Institution: Cone Health
Presenter 2 Institution: Cone Health
Presenter 2 Bio: Sarah Clark has been a nurse for 32 years, practicing in medical surgical, critical care, emergency settings, and nursing education. She is certified in critical care and simulation education. She provides interprofessional simulation in a health system with 6 acute care hospitals, 5 of which are Magnet designated.
Session Type: Education

Session Description: Using a timeline we will describe our journey to build a high quality interprofessional simulation program for nurses, physicians, residents, and respiratory therapists from emergency departments and pediatrics inpatient units. Barriers and methods used to overcome these will be discussed. As a result, teamwork, communication and morale have been strengthened.
Primary Presenter Bio: Candace Matthews has been a nurse for 14 years and is the pediatric clinical nurse specialist (CNS) for Cone Health’s six campus health system. She obtained her baccalaureate and Master’s degree in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is also a certified pediatric nurse practitioner. Candace uses high-fidelity simulation to engage staff and support many of her educational offerings.
Primary Presenter Institution: Cone Health
Presenter 2 Institution: Cone Health
Presenter 2 Bio: Sarah Clark has been a nurse for 32 years, practicing in medical surgical, critical care, emergency settings, and nursing education. She is certified in critical care and simulation education. She provides interprofessional simulation in a health system with 6 acute care hospitals, 5 of which are Magnet designated.