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WISER at the 10th Annual IMSH Conference in Phoenix, AZ
WISER at the 10th Annual IMSH Conference in Phoenix, AZ

WISER had a strong presence at the 10th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. The meeting was held at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona on January 23 - 27, 2010. Dr. Paul Phrampus, Director of WISER, served as a pre-conference course chair for the meeting. He was a faculty member in the pre-conference course on "Leadership Skills for Simulation Centers". Tom Dongilli, Director of Operations at WISER, was on the Operations Track Advisory Panel for the meeting. He was a faculty member on the operations track expert panel titled "We've just built a Simulation Center - Now What??"
WISER faculty and staff had an impressive display of research abstracts at the meeting. They are as follows:
Visualizing Decision Making in Simulations: A Novel Tool for Objective Debriefing. Steve Pham, William McIvor.
A Means to Improve Debriefing by Graphing Outcomes as a Function of Actions. Steve Pham, William McIvor.
Successful Implementation of an Automated Orientation Tool to a Simulation-Based Program. Paul Phrampus, Ashley Schuring.
Perception of Realism and Course Relevance Compared to Years of Experience in a Simulation Based Paramedic Airway Training Program. Young Min Kim, John Lutz, Paul Phrampus.
Simulation Experience and Practicing Emergency Physicians' Perceptions to a Simulation-Based Difficult Airway Training Program. Young Min Kim, Paul Phrampus.
Simulation Scenario and Environment Design: Perceptions of Realism and Value Reported by Practicing Paramedics. Paul Phrampus, Mark Pinchalk, Jessica Maritto, Ashley Schuring.
Perceptions of Relevance and Program Design for a Simulation-Based Paramedic Difficult Airway Program. Paul Phrampus, Mark Pinchalk, Jessica Maritto, Ashley Schuring.
Perceptions of the Debriefing Experience by Paramedic Participants of a Difficult Airway Program. Paul Phrampus, Mark Pinchalk, Jessica Maritto, Ashley Schuring.
Assessing the Perception of Transferability of Simulation Based Learning into Clinical Practice. Ruth Tarantine, Michael DeVita, John Lutz.
Multi-manikin Simulation to Assess Mass Casualty in Triage Skills in Military Healthcare Providers in Asia Pacific. Dale Vincent, Benjamin Berg, Paul Phrampus.
Quantification of Information Technology System Support for and Academic Multidisciplinary Simulation Center. John Lutz, Paul Phrampus.
The First Five Minutes TM: Using "High Fidelity" Simulation to Train Medical-Surgical Nurses in Completion of Key Tasks Prior to Medical Emergency Team Arrival. Tom Dongilli.
Comparison of Nursing Student Performance Assessment Using Videotaped Vignettes and High-Fidelity Human Simulation: A Pilot Study. Laura Fero, John O'Donnell, T.G. Zullo, A. DeVito Dabbs, J.M. Kitutu, Joseph Samosky, Leslie Hoffman.
Multi-center Development and Testing of a Simulation-based Cardiopulmonary Assessment Curriculum for Advanced Practice Nurses. P.R. Jeffries, J.A. Groom, J. Settles, I. Decker, L. Dlugasch, M. Beach, John O'Donnell, S.B. Issenberg.