Pro/Con: Telesimulation in Critical Care: Lessons Learned
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Professional Development and Education, 2022
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COVID-19 affected undergraduate and graduate medical education for all trainees in all disciplines, including clinical bedside experiences, knowledge assessments in high-stakes certification examination administration, and case volume decrement for procedural and operative disciplines. Traditional in-person simulations of small and large scale were affected by the paucity of personal protective equipment and the risk of clinicians congregating in groups. Variation in ability and resources to deliver simulation in person warranted rapid expansion of telesimulation and creative solutions to close the experience and knowledge gap, which continued for several months during the pandemic. Learning Objectives: -Review examples of successful telesimulation in critical care -Identify key structures and formulas for successful faculty development and technology support for telesimulation -List three areas of continued growth and expansion of critical care simulation education
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Professional Development and Education
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Innovation
Tag Simulation
Tag Telemedicine eICU
Year 2022
non-ICU physicians
ventilator management
COVID-19 pandemic
asynchronous learning
synchronous learning
cardiopulmonary interactions
telesimulation sessions


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