Simulation-based Medical Education (SBME) SIG


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SIG purpose/mission:
The mission of the APA SBME SIG is to provide a forum to foster simulation-based education, collaboration, and research in pediatrics.

Current SIG goals:
To foster education and collaboration in medical simulation
To provide networking opportunities amongst our members
To provide personal and professional growth amongst our members with regard to various opportunities

October 2018 SBME Newsletter
As part of the SIG meeting at PAS, we will be presenting two poster awards for a deserving faculty member and fellow for either significant work in simulation-based medical education and/or research in simulation-based medical education. Our meeting theme will be “Obtaining Funding for Simulation Research and Strategies for Successful Publication”. We have a number of faculty from around the country with expertise in this field as speakers for our meeting.

We are pleased that the Pediatric Simulation Community continues to grow. For more information about upcoming simulation conferences and networking opportunities, please visit the following websites.
Society for Simulation in Healthcare: Pediatric Section http://www.ssih.org/Interest-Groups/Pediatric-Section

International Pediatric Simulation Society- http://www.ipssglobal.org/

Welcome | IPSS - International Pediatric Simulation Society
www.ipssglobal.org
The International Pediatric Simulation Society (IPSS) promotes and supports multi-disciplinary simulation-based education in caring for infants and children

INSPIRE- International Network for Simulation Innovations Pediatric Research Education http://inspiresim.com/

International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric ...
inspiresim.com
INSPIRE @ IPSSW 2018 in Amsterdam! Join us for our annual in-person meeting at IPSSW on Sunday, May 13th from 1-7pm. INSPIRE is a collaborative group…

Association of Pediatric Program Directors Healthcare Simulation Pediatric Education Group https://www.appd.org/activities/PEGs.cfm.

APPD
www.appd.org
APPD Pediatric Education Groups (PEGs) APPD Pediatric Education Groups (PEGs) were created as an avenue for APPD members to collaborate and communicate with others who share a common area of interest.

Thank you.
SIG Co-Chairs
Christie Bruno
christie.bruno@yale.edu
Megan Gray
graym1@uw.edu

Annual summary:
We had a successful SBME SIG meeting at PAS. We had nationally recognized speakers discuss "Disaster Preparedness" as it relates to simulation and education. We had wonderful attendance and interest. In advance of the meeting, we had polled our members with regard to their interests and applicable topics. We look forward to continuing to reach out to our members to help make our meetings meaningful and helpful to our membership.

Other groups (other SIGs and other groups not in the APA) that work in your area of interest:

AAP Simulation Group
INSPIRE
IPSSW
IMSH Pediatric Group


Current SIG Co-Chairs:


Christie Bruno, DO
59 Riverview Road
Glastonbury, CT 06033
Phone: (631) 948-6079
christie.bruno@yale.edu

Megan Gray, MD
Mail stop FA.2.113
Seattle, WA 98105
Phone: (206) 919-5476
graym1@uw.edu


Current SIG Mentor:


Sharon Calaman, MD
160 East Erie Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19134
Phone: (215) 427-8846
sc493@drexel.edu


 

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