Welcome to the Maine MINI SUN! Southern Maine Community College The first patient simulator (1960) Laerdal Support Staff • • • • • • • Tara Landry- Territory Manager ME, NH, VT and MA Shaun McGovern- Territory Manager CT, RI and MA John Maxey- Sales Development Manager Scott Arnold- Northeast Regional Sales Director Steve Ospina- Field Service Engineer New York, New England Lisa Timmons- Inside Sales ME, NH, VT, MA, MD and D.C. Lina D’Emidio- Sales Support Specialist Northeast Region Moderate Sedation Program A comprehensive moderate sedation course designed to educate participants on the general guidelines surrounding the use of moderate sedation. • ELearning portion (25 web-based keys) • Tool Kit Materials (Instructor’s Manual) • 4 Simulation Scenarios • 2.5 contact hours, CERP Category A (approved by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses) • Documentation of staff competence and compliance • Provides consistent Training across all staff • Based on guidelines developed by the Joint Commission, America Society of Anesthesiologist (ASA), American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) Comprehensive Sepsis Program A comprehensive sepsis course designed to educate participants on research-based guidelines surrounding the care of patients who develop sepsis. Focusing on early identification, treatment, and long term management of patients with sepsis. • ELearning portion (25 web-based keys) • Tool Kit Materials (Instructor’s Manual) • 4 Simulation Scenarios • 4.0 contact hours (approved by the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, Inc.) • Documentation of staff competence and compliance • Provides consistent Training across all staff • Based on guidelines, tools, and research from: ► Surviving Sepsis Campaign ► Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Harvey Harvey teaches & assesses bedside cardiopulmonary examination and diagnosis skills • Highly realistic heart and lung sounds Synchronized with pulses & respirations • Non-auscultatory findings Pulses – arterial, venous, chest wall • Harvey is specific in teaching/evaluation of cardiopulmonary exam/diagnostic skills. • Harvey has UNIQUE heart and lung sounds found in NO other simulator. • Harvey has hundreds of cardiopulmonary findings including many more murmurs and extra heart sounds, as well as arterial and venous pulses and chest wall movements. •Harvey's heart sounds are synchronized with pulses and respiratory cycle, a required feature for performing an accurate, focused cardiopulmonary bedside assessment. SimMan Essential 3G • Make a 3G configuration where the user can get a wireless simulator at a current SimMan price level. • Downscale 3G platform. Keep wireless functionality, but remove other costly components and evaluate general cost reductions. • The functionality removed from SimMan 3G to make SimMan 3G Essential are: – Convulsion – Automatic Drug registration - RFID detection – Cyanosis – Secretion (but bleeding is in the bleeding version of S3Ge – Blinking remains no reactive pupils – Catheterization & urine output at a single rate remain (loose software operated urine output – Lung Compliance – Airway resistance is only two levels (normal & blocked airway) Loose variable control. Upcoming NE MINI SUNS • Massachusetts Board of Education- Oct 8th • CT MINI SUN- Oct 29th • Product Showcases planned for Winter 2010/2011, Spring 2011, stay tuned for more information BREAKOUT SESSIONS • Student Competency and Critical Thinking-HSC 24- Sim Lab • SimMan 3G Software- HSC 216 -Nursing • Realism and Fidelity(Moulage)-Nutrition Lab #3- Culinary Arts • Integration of PALS through Simulaton with SimBaby-HSC 217-Nursing Agenda • 9:30-10:00 Welcome and SMCC virtual tour • 10:00-11:00 Simulation in EMS, Patrick Underwood and Scott Cook • 11-11:15 Break • 11:15-12:15 Maine Medical Center, The Evolution of a Sim. Lab, Todd Dadaleares • 12:15-1:00 Lunch • 1:00-2:15 Breakout Session 1 • 2:15-3:45 Breakout Session 2 http://simulation.laerdal.com Maine SUN SUN Reference Site SimMan 3G Software Navigation • Stephen J. Nelson Program Director STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation Department of Emergency Medicine Brigham and Women's Hospital Integration of PALS through Simulation with SimBaby Chris Kerley • Director Center for MEDICS • Paramedic @ PRO EMS • • – Cambridge, MA – Urban transport and non transport tiered EMS Instructor in Emergency Medicine with expertise in – – – Resuscitation Team training Advanced Airway Management Trauma Team training – extensive international experience throughout the United States, Caribbean, Europe and Africa. Highly experienced in pre-hospital and remote medical care Jorge Yarzebski • • Manager Office of CME UMass Medical School – Worcester, MA – Urban ALS transport, 30 k transports annually Paramedic @ UMass Memorial EMS ‘Worcester EMS’ • Simulation Team at UMMS • International Teaching – – – Trauma Team Training – Human Interaction Training GEMINI – Rotary International Emergency and Disaster Management Realism and Fidelity (Moulage) Andrew Camerato Senior Simulation Specialist STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation Department of Emergency Medicine Brigham and Women's Hospital Student Competency and Critical Thinking • Shannon Packard MSN, RN Simulation Lab Coordinator Central Maine Med. Ctr. College of Nursing and Health Professions Has been involved in simulation for six years Currently serving as a per diem ESS for Laerdal over the past 8 months. • Make a 3G configuration where the user can get a wireless simulator at a current SimMan price level.