WISER Publication Archive

 

Peer Review Articles

  1. Benedict N, Smithburger P, Donihi AC, et al. Blended Simulation Progress Testing for Assessment of Practice Readiness American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2017;81(1):14. doi:10.5688/ajpe81114
  2. Lim G, McIvor WR. Simulation-based Anesthesiology Education for Medical Students Int Anesthesiol Clin. 2015 Fall;53(4):1-22. doi: 10.1097/AIA.0000000000000074
  3. Weinger MB, Banerjee A, Burden AR, McIvor WR, Boulet J, Cooper JB, Steadman R, Shotwell MS, Slagle JM, DeMaria S Jr, Torsher L, Sinz E, Levine AI, Rask J, Davis F, Park C, Gaba DM. Simulation-based Assessment of the Management of Critical Events by Board-certified Anesthesiologists Anesthesiology. 2017 Sep;127(3):475-489. doi: 10.1097/ALN.0000000000001739
  4. Kang J, O’Donnell JM, Colaianne B, Bircher N, Ren D, Smith KJ. Use of Personal Protective Equipment Among Health Care Personnel: Results of Clinical Observations and Simulations Am J Infect Control. 2017 Jan 1;45(1):17-23. doi: 10.1016/j.ajic.2016.08.011
  5. Hepner, David L., et al. “Operating Room Crisis Checklists and Emergency Manuals.” Anesthesiology: The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Anesthesiology 127:2; pp. 384-92
  6. McIvor, William R. MD; Banerjee, Arna MD; Boulet, John R. PhD; Bekhuis, Tanja PhD, MS; Tseytlin, Eugene MS; Torsher, Laurence MD; DeMaria, Samuel Jr MD; Rask, John P. MD; Shotwell, Matthew S. PhD; Burden, Amanda MD; Cooper, Jeffrey B. PhD; Gaba, David M. MD; Levine, Adam MD; Park, Christine MD; Sinz, Elizabeth MD, FCCM; Steadman, Randolph H. MD, MS; Weinger, Matthew B. MD, MS, A Taxonomy of Delivery and Documentation Deviations During Delivery of High-Fidelity Simulations, Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare: February 2017 – Volume 12 – Issue 1 – p 1–8 doi: 10.1097/SIH.0000000000000184
  7. Kuszajewski ML, O’Donnell JM, Phrampus PE, Robey WC, Tuite PK. Airway Management: A Structured Curriculum for Critical Care Transport Providers. Air Medical Journal, 2016 1-5. doi:10.1016/j.amj.2015.12.013
  8. Phrampus PE, O’Donnell JM, Farkas D, et al. Rapid Development and Deployment of Ebola Readiness Training Across an Academic Health System: The Critical Role of Simulation Education, Consulting, and Systems Integration. Simulation Healthcare, 2016;11:82-8.
  9. McIvor W, Burden A, Weinger MB, Steadman R. Simulation for Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology: The First Two Years. The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, Sep 2012;32(4):236-142.
  10. Baird JM, Raina KD, Rogers JC, O’Donnell JM, Holm MB. (2015), Wheelchair Transfer Simulations to Enhance Procedural Skills and Clinical Reasoning Am J Occup Ther, S2:6912185020p1-8. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2015.018697. PMID: 26539675
  11. Baird JM, Raina KD, Rogers JC, O’Donnell JM, Terhorst L, Holm MB, Simulation Strategies to Teach Patient Transfers: Self-Efficacy by Strategy (2015), Am J Occup Ther, 69 S2:6912185030p1-7. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2015.018705. PMID: 26539676
  12. O’Donnell JM, Decker S, Howard V, Levett-Jones T, Miller CW. NLN/Jeffries, Simulation Framework State of the Science Project: Simulation Learning Outcomes, Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 2014;10(7):373-82
  13. Talcott K, O’Donnell JM, Burns HK. (2013) Overcoming Barriers in Online Workshop Development: An ELITE Experience The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing Vol 44, No 6: 264
  14. Talcott K, O’Donnell JM, Burns HK. (2013) Technology and the Nurse Educator: Are You ELITE? Nurse educator 2013;38:126-31
  15. Vallejo MC, Best MW, Phelps AL, O’Donnell JM, Sah N, Kidwell RP, Williams JP. (2012) Perioperative Dental Injury at a Tertiary Care Health System: An Eight Year Audit of 816,690 Anesthetics American Society for Healthcare Risk Management 31 (3), 25-32.
  16. Cheng, A., Rodgers DL., van der Jagt, E. Eppich, W., O’Donnell, J.M. (2012) Evolution of the Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course: Enhanced Learning with a New Debriefing Tool and Web-Based Module for PALS Instructors Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 13(5):589-595.
  17. Nestel, D., Groom, J., Eikeland-Husebo, S., & O’Donnell, J. M. (2011) Simulation for learning and teaching procedural skills: the state of the science Simulation in Healthcare, 6, S10-13.
  18. O’Donnell, J. M., Goode, J. S., Jr., Henker, R. A., Kelsey, S., Bircher, N., Peele, P., Bradle, J., Engberg,R., Close, J., & Sutton-Tyrrell, K. (2011) An Ergonomic Protocol for Patient Transfer that can be Successfully Taught Using Simulation Methods Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 8(1), e3-e14. doi:10.1016/j.ecns.
  19. O’Donnell JM, Goode JSJ, Henker R, et al. (2011) Effect of a Simulation Educational Intervention on Knowledge, Attitude, and Patient Transfer Skills: From the Simulation Laboratory to the Clinical Setting Simulation in Healthcare, 6(2):84-93.
  20. Jeffries, P. R., Beach, M., Decker, S. I., Dlugasch, L., Groom, J., Settles, J., O’Donnell, J.M. (2011) Multi-Center Development and Testing of a Simulation-Based Cardiovascular Assessment Curriculum for Advanced Practice Nurses Nurse Educator Perspectives, 32(5), 316-322.
  21. Fero L, O’Donnell JM, Zullo T, et al. (2010) Critical Thinking Skills in Nursing Students: Comparison of Simulation-Based Performance With Metrics Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(10):2182-2193.
  22. Burns, HK, O’Donnell JM, Artman JA. (2010) High-fidelity Simulation in Teaching Problem Solving to 1st-Year Nursing Students: A Novel Use of the Nursing Process Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 6(3): e87-e95
  23. Hoffmann, R., O’Donnell, J. M., & Kim, Y. (2007) The Effects of Human Patient Simulators on Basic Knowledge in Critical Care Nursing with Undergraduate Senior Baccalaureate Nursing Students Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 2(2), 110-114.
  24. O’Donnell, J.M., Beach, M., & Hoffman, L.(2005) Human Simulation Training in the ICU: Applicability, Value, and Disadvantages Critical Care Alert, 13 (6); 41-48.
  25. O’Donnell, J.M., & White, D. (2005) Simulation Training in Obstetrics and Pediatrics for Nurses. Hospital News http://www.pghhospitalnews.com/education/
  26. O’Donnell, J.M., Fletcher, J., Dixon, B., & Palmer, L. (1998) Planning and Implementing an Anesthesia Crisis Resource Management Course for Student Nurse Anesthetists CRNA The Clinical Forum for Nurse Anesthetists, 9, 2.
  27. Grenvik A, Schaefer JJ, Devita MA , Rogers P: New Aspects on Critical Care Medicine Training Current Opinion in Critical Care August 2004: 233-237.
  28. Rogers PL, Jacobs H, Rashwan A, Pinsky MR: Quantifying Learning in Medical Students During a Critical Care Medicine Elective: A Comparison of Three Evaluation Instruments. Crit Care Med 29:1268-73; 2001
  29. Schaefer JJ, Grenvik A: Simulation-based Training at the University of Pittsburgh. Annals Academy of Medicine 30(3): p 274; May 2001
  30. Rogers PL, Jacobs H, Thomas E, Willenkin R: Medical Students Can Learn the Basic Application, Analytic, Evaluative, and Psychomotor Skills of Critical Care Medicine. Crit Care Med 29:1268-72; 2001
  31. Schaefer JJ, Gonzalez R: Dynamic Simulation: A New Tool for Difficult Airway Training of Professional Healthcare Providers Invited article in the American Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology, 27(3) pp 232-242; May 2000
  32. Powner D, Rogers PL: The Process of Educational Change Crit Care Med, 27:2289-2290, 1999
  33. Murray M, Rogers P: Education in Critical Care Medicine for Medical Students New Horizons, 6:244-246, 1998
  34. Rogers P: Developing a curriculum for medical students in critical care medicine. New Horizons, 6:248-259, 1998
  35. Patel R, Crombleholme W: Using Simulation to Train Residents in Critical Events. Academic Medicine, 73:5; 1998
  36. Rogers PL, Grenvik A, Willenkin R: Teaching Medical Students Complex Cognitive Skills in the Intensive Care Unit. Crit Care Med, 23:575-581, 1995

Book Chapters

  1. O’Donnell, J.M., & Phrampus PE. (2017) Simulation in Nurse Anesthesia Education and Practice in Henrichs B, Thompson J. A Resource for Nurse Anesthesia Educators, 2nd Edition. Elsevier. Chapter 14 (in-press).
  2. Goode, J.S. and O’Donnell, J.M. (2016) Simulation in Nursing Education and Practice in Richard Riley’s Manual of Simulation in Healthcare, Oxford University Press
  3. Phrampus P.E. and O’Donnell J.M. Debriefing: Using a Structured and Supported Approach, in The Comprehensive Manual of Healthcare Simulation, (Ed.) Levine A.L., Bryson E.O., DeMaria S., Schwartz A.D. Springer (2013)
  4. O’Donnell JM, Kuzminsky BA (2010) Simulation in the Hospital Setting, in Nehring High-Fidelity Patient Simulation in Nursing Education, Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. 341-362. ©2010
  5. O’Donnell, J.M., & Goode, J.S. (2009) Simulation in Nursing Education and Practice in Richard Riley’s Manual of Simulation in Healthcare Oxford University Press, Chapter 19; 240-276. ©2009
  6. Gordon MS, Jeffries PR, Issenberg BS, O’Donnell JM, Baker JW, Ober JK, Groom J. (2008), Nurses Instructors Guide, Harvey the Cardiopulmonary Patient Simulator, University of Miami Press
  7. Gordon MS, Jeffries PR, Issenberg BS, O’Donnell JM, Baker JW, Ober JK, Groom J. (2008), Nurses Learner Manual, Harvey the Cardiopulmonary Patient Simulator, University of Miami Press
  8. Schaefer J: Teaching Airway Management Outside the Operating Room: Computer and Simulator Training. Benumof’s Airway Management: Principles and Practice 2nd edition, In: CA Hagberg (ed). Elsevier Science, Philadelphia, In Press, 2005.
  9. John J Schaefer III, Integrated Medical Simulation, Simulators in Critical Care and Beyond, Ed. William F. Dunn. Des Plaines, IL: Society of Critical Care Medicine, 2004: 72-75.

Other Publications

  1. Grenvik A, Schaefer JJ, Simulation in Medicine Comes of Age, Editorial in Critical Care Medicine In Press 2004

Published Abstracts/Posters

  1. Musits A., Phrampus P.E., Lutz J., Bear T., Maximous S., Mrkva A, O’Donnell J.M., Is Non-Physician Instruction Inferior to Attending Physician Instruction for Central Line Training? First Annual University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Med Ed Day, Sept. 30, 2016
  2. Farkas D., Dongilli T., O’Donnell J.M., Phrampus P.E. (2015), Rapid Development and Deployment of Ebola Readiness Training Across an Academic Health System: The Critical Role of Simulation Education and Consulting Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 10, 6, 392–485
  3. O’Donnell, J. M., Levett-Jones, T., Decker, S., & Howard, V. M. (2013), NLN-Jeffries Simulation Framework Project–Outcomes of Simulation Education Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 8(8), e410
  4. Sell, S., Sullivan, J., Dixon, B., Henker, R., Palmer, L., & O’Donnell, J. M. (2007). 07 IMSH Peer-Reviewed Research Abstracts: Evaluation of A Problem Based (PB) Simulation Module on Graduate Nurse Anesthesia Student Learning and Attitudes Toward Human Simulation Education, Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 1(1), 63
  5. Goode, J. A., Schumann, T., Klain, M., & O’Donnell, J. M. (2007). 07 IMSH Work-In-Progress Abstracts: Evaluation of a Novel System for Quantitative Assessment of Bag Valve Mask Ventilation (BVMV), Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 1(1), 96
  6. McKinnon, J., Goode, J. A., Lutz, J., Odonohoe, O., Phrampus, P., & O’Donnell, J. M. (2007). 07 IMSH Work-In-Progress Abstracts: The Public EndNote Reference Project (PERP) at WISER: A Research and Publication Tool for Simulation Educators, Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 1(1), 109
  7. O’Donnell, J. M., Goode, J. A., Odonohoe, O., & Choe, M. (2007). 07 IMSH Work-In-Progress Abstracts: The Impact of Intravenous Catheter Insertion Training Modalities on Clinical Intravenous Catheter Insertion Performance in Graduate Nursing Students, Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 1(1), 114
  8. Sell, S., Starkey, J., Dixon, B., Palmer, L., O’Donnell, J.M., & Henker, R. (2006), Evaluation of a Problem Based Simulation Module on Graduate Student Learning and Attitudes Toward Human Simulation. State of the Science Oral and Poster Presentations Part 2, AANA Journal, 74(6), 460-461
  9. Sell, S., Dixon, B., Palmer, L., O’Donnell, J.M., & Henker R. (2006), Quality Improvement Monitoring and Evaluation of a Course Enhancement Simulation Module. State of the Science Oral and Poster Presentations Part 1, AANA Journal, 74(5), 389
  10. O’Donnell, J.M., Goode, J., Bradle, J., Fleegle-Vitsas, J., Caccamese, S., Daday,C., Moczan, A., Cook, E., Martin, D., Wolf, G., & Oswald, .B. (2006), The Nursing Back Injury Prevention Project (NBIPP): A Pilot Study. State of the Science Oral and Poster Presentations Part 1, AANA Journal, 74(5), 402-403
  11. Validation of the Mayo High Performance Teamwork Scale and Ottawa Crisis Resource Management Global Rating Scale for Evaluation of Crisis Team Training
    Authors: Hiroko Iwashita, Lillian Emlet, Benjamin Berg, Yoichi Kase, Kotaro Uchida, Dianxu Ren, John Lutz, Richard Henker
  12. Medical Simulation at a Distance: Utilizing Tele-Education To Teach Advanced Airway Management
    Authors: John Lutz, Brenda Guzic, Robert Griffin, Jay Roberts, Donna Knee, James Gerraughty, Barbara Demuth and Paul Phrampus
  13. The Feasibility of Designing, Operating and Maintaining Multiple Satellite Facilities
    Authors: Tom Dongilli, Daniel Battista, Paul Phrampus and John Lutz
  14. Predicting Staff Requirements for Simulation Programs
    Authors: John Lutz, Melissa Wanker and Paul Phrampus
  15. Young Min Kim, Berg B, Emlet L, Grbach W, Lutz J, Phrampus P, Turban J, DeVita M: Successful Transfer of a Simulation-Based Crisis Team Training Curriculum
  16. Young Min Kim, Berg B, Emlet L, Grbach W, Lutz J, Phrampus P, Turban J, DeVita M: Interprofessional Attitude and Perception Differences in a Simulation-Based Crisis Team Training Program
  17. Young Min Kim, Lutz J, Phrampus P: Perception of Realism and Course Relevance Compared to Years of Experience in a Simulation Based Paramedic Airway Training Program
  18. Phrampus P, Pinchalk M, Maritto J, Schuring A: Perceptions of the Debriefing Experience by Paramedic Participants of a Difficult Airway Program
  19. Phrampus P, Pinchalk M, Maritto J, Schuring A: Simulation Scenario and Environment Design, Perceptions of Realism and Value Reported by Practicing Paramedics
  20. Phrampus P, Pinchalk M, Maritto J, Schuring A: Perceptions of Relevance and Program Design for a Simulation-Based Paramedic Difficult Airway Training Program
  21. Pham S, McIvor W: Visualizing Decision Making in Simulations: A Novel Tool for Objective Debriefing
  22. Young Min Kim , Phrampus P: Simulation Experience and Practicing Emergency Physicians’ Perceptions to a Simulation-Based Difficult Airway Training Program
  23. Dongilli T, Tasota F, Clontz A, Campbell P, Lutz J: The First Five Minutes™ : Using “HighFidelity” Simulation to Train Medical Surgical Nurses in Completion of Key Tasks Prior to Medical Emergency Team Arrival
  24. Phrampus P, Schuring A: Implementation of an Automated Orientation Tool to a Simulation-Based Training Program
  25. Lutz J, Phrampus P: Quantification of Information Technology Systems Support for an Academic Multidisciplinary Simulation Center
  26. Pham S, McIvor W: A Means To Improve Debriefing By Graphing Outcomes As A Function of Actions
  27. Phrampus P: Environments for Conducting Simulation Programs
  28. Phrampus P: Meet Simman: A self Instruction Module for Simulator Orientation
  29. Blazeck A: Use of Simulation in Teaching the Fundamentals of Nursing
  30. Dongilli T, Clontz A, Tasota F, Shatzer M: “First 5 Minutes” What to do Until the Code Team Arrives
  31. Zewe G, Stewart D:Summative Evaluation for Simulation Education in a BSN Curriculum
  32. O’Donnell J, Bradle J, Goode J, Daday C, Cook E, Oswald B, Fleegle, J, Caccamese S, Martin D, Close J, Lutz J, Moczan: Development of a Simulation and Internet Based Pilot Intervention to Evaluate Adherence to a Patient Transfer Protocol in the Real World Environment
  33. Goode J, O’Donohoe O, Choe M, Palmer L, O’Donnell, J: The Impact of Intravenous Catheter Insertion Training Modalities on Clinical Intravenous Catheter Insertion Performance in Graduate Nursing Students
  34. Goode J: Evaluation of a Novel System for Quantitative Assessment of Bag Valve Mask Ventilation
  35. Lutz J, Phrampus P: A Simulation Information Management System for Use in Large Scale Simulation Centers
  36. Seybert A, Barton C: Simulation-Based Learning to Teach Blood Pressure Assessment to Doctor of Pharmacy Students
  37. Seybert A, Barton C, Benedict N, Rea R: Assessment of Pharmacy Student Response to Use of Patient Simulation Mannequins to Teach Performance-Based Pharmacotherapeutics
  38. McKinnon J, Goode J, Lutz J, O’Donohoe O, Phrampus P, O’Donnell J: The Public EndNoteTM Reference Project (PERP) at WISER: A Research and Publication Tool for Simulation Educators
  39. Seybert A, Murray C, Barton C: Assessment of Simulation-Based Learning in Fourth-Year Pharmacy Students While on an Experiential Rotation
  40. Dalby P, Waters J, Stein K, Wise N, Nelson P, Simhan H, Gosman G: Obstetrical Crisis Simulation Course Maternal Condition “O” Urgent Cesarean Delivery with General Anesthesia
  41. Sell S, Sullivan J, Dixon B, Palmer L, Henker R, O’Donnell J:Evaluation of a Problem Based Simulation Module: Graduate Nurse Anesthesia Student Learning and Attitudes Toward Human Simulation Education
  42. Sell S, Dixon B, Palmer L, Henker R, O’Donnell J:Quality Improvement Monitoring and Evaluation of Course Enhancement Simulation Module
  43. Sell S: Integration of Simulation Throughout a Nurse Anesthesia Program Curriculum
  44. DeVita M, Lutz J, Mininni N, Grbach W: A Novel Debriefing Tool: Online Facilitator Guidance Package for Debriefing Team Training Using Simulation
  45. Dongilli T, Mininni N, Stein K, DeVita M: The BIG Shock – AED Trial for Non-Experienced Responders. Anesthesia and Analgesia (In Press)
  46. Dongilli T, Schaefer JJ, Roth RN, Cox RE, Garretson D, Rickens MJ, Sabol PA, Pelkofer JS, Pinchalk ME, Shrader AL: Using Simulation Based Learning Systems to Train a Large Urban EMS Service in Difficult Airway Management. Anesthesia and Analgesia (In Press)
  47. Lutz J, Mitchell K, Schaefer JJ: The use of a Simulation Information Management System (SIMS) for Data Mining of Simulation Sessions. Anesthesia and Analgesia (In Press)
  48. Mahoney J: Integration of Human Patient Simulation into a Comprehensive Standardized Patient OSCE. Anesthesia and Analgesia (In Press)
  49. Phrampus P, Dorfsman ML, Cole JS: Death During Simulation Training: Feedback from Trainees. Anesthesia and Analgesia (In Press)
  50. Quinlan J, Schaefer JJ: Functional Validity of Airway Techniques in Whole Task Human Simulation. Anesthesia and Analgesia (In Press)
  51. Schaefer JJ: Mandatory Competency-based Difficult Airway Management Training a the University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology – Preliminary Findings. Anesthesia and Analgesia 98(Supplemental)A88 – S35
  52. Dooley J, McIvor WR, Lutz JW, Dongilli T, Schaefer JJ: Determining the Static Lung Compliance of the Laerdal SimMan® Simulator. Anesthesia and Analgesia 98(Supplemental)A73 – s30
  53. Mahoney JF, Rogers PL, Dunmire SM, McIvor WR, Schaefer JJ: Longitudinal Integration of Simulation Technology Throughout the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum. Anesthesia and Analgesia 98(Supplemental)A70 -s29
  54. DeVita M, Schaefer JJ, Dongilli T, Wang H, Lutz J: Improving medical crisis TEAM performance using a computerized human patient simulator. Anesthesia and Analgesia 98(Supplemental)A50:s21
  55. Dongilli T, DeVita M, Schaefer JJ, Grbach W, Fiedor ML, Grenvik A, Lutz JW: The Use of Simulation Training in a Large Multi-Hospital Health System to Increase Patient Safety. Anesthesia and Analgesia 98(Supplemental)A51 – s22
  56. Lutz JW, Dongilli Y, Schaefer JJ: The Integration of Performance Logs with Digital Video for Review of Simulation Training Sessions. Anesthesia and Analgesia 98(Supplemental)
  57. Frankel H. Rogers PL, Gandhi R, Freid E, Kirton O: What is taught, what is tested: Findings and competency-based recommendations of the Undergraduate Medical Education Committee of the Society of Critical Care Medicine UGMEC). Supp Crit Care Med 31:A125; 2003
  58. Wax RS, Pinsky MR, Dunmire S, Cox C, Rogers PL: Experience with mock resuscitation scenarios using a human simulator improves management of respiratory distress by medical students. Am J Resp and Crit Care Med 163:A258; 2001
  59. Rogers P, Jacob H, Rashwan A, Pinsky M: Quantifying learning in medical students during a Critical Care Medicine elective. Crit Care Med 27:A82, 1999
  60. Schaefer JJ, Gonzales R, Dongilli T: Results of Systematic Psychomotor Difficult Airway Training of Residents Using the ASA Difficult Airway Algorithm. Anesthesiology 89(3): page 60; November 1998
  61. Schaefer J, Gonzalez R, et al: A New Method for Teaching the ASA Difficult Airway Management Algorithm Using a Full-Scale Human Simulator. Anesthesiology 85:A933; 1996
  62. Brindis C: “LGAS: A Real-Time Anesthesia Simulator” Int’l Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing. October, 1992

Invited Peer Reviewed Articles

  1. Grenvik, A, Schaefer JJ: From Resusci-Anne to Sim-Man: The evolution of simulators in medicine. Critical Care Medicine 32-2(Suppl):S56-S57, 2004
  2. Schaefer JJ: Simulators and Difficult Airway Management Skills. Pediatric Anestheisa: 2004: 14:1-28
  3. Devita MA, Schaefer JJ, Lutz JW, Dongilli T, Wang H: Improving medical crisis team performance. Critical Care Medicine 32-2(Suppl):S61-S65, 2004
  4. McIvor WR: Experience with medical student simulation education. Critical Care Medicine 32-2(Suppl):S66-S69, 2004
  5. Rogers PL: Simulation in medical students’ critical thinking. Critical Care Medicine 32-2(Suppl):S70-S71, 2004
  6. Fiedor ML: Pediatric simulation: A valuable tool for pediatric medical education. Critical Care Medicine 32-2(Suppl):S72-74, 2004
  7. Schaefer, J, “Simulators and Difficult Airway Management Skills”, Paediatric Anaesthesia: 2003: 13:1-10
  8. Schaefer, J, Gonzalez, R, Dynamic Simulation: A New Tool for Difficult Airway Training of Professional Healthcare Providers. The American Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology: Vol. 27 (3): 232-242, 2003
  9. Schaefer JJ, Grenvik A: Simulation-Based Training at the University of Pittsburgh. Annals Academic Singapore: (May), 2001: 30:274-280

Debriefing Online Software System

  1. O’Donnell, J.M., Rodgers, D.L., Lee, W, W., Edelson, D. P., Haag, J., Hamilton, M. F., Hoadley, T., McCullough, A., Meeks, R., (2009), Structured and Supported Debriefing [Computer Software], American Heart Association, Dallas, TX

 

 

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