Event Title

High Fidelity Human Patient Simulation (HPS): Active small group student learning experienced through critical thinking and problem solving achieved with teamwork.

Speaker's Credentials

SPEAKERS’ CREDENTIALS:

Alicia Bolden, MPAS, PA-C, Assistant Professor, Academic Director, Diana Cherkiss, MMS, PA-C Assistant Professor, Watfa Krayssa, MMS, PA-C, Assistant Professor, John W. Rafalko, Ed.D, PA-C, Associate Professor, and Keith Williams, MPAS, PA-C, Assistant Professor

All professors have academic appointments at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), College of Health Care Sciences (CHCS), and Physician Assistant Program (PA). HPS is utilized by these professors throughout the curriculum in the NSU CHCS PA Program high fidelity simulation lab.

Location

Simulation Lab

Format

Workshop

Start Date

21-1-2017 1:00 PM

End Date

21-1-2017 2:00 PM

Abstract

SPEAKERS’ CREDENTIALS: All professors have academic appointments at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), College of Health Care Sciences (CHCS), and Physician Assistant Program (PA). HPS is utilized by these professors throughout the curriculum in the NSU CHCS PA Program high fidelity simulation lab. OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this workshop is to have the participants: 1) Engage and actively participate on a health care team in a HPS clinical patient scenario. 2) Review the case scenario prebrief prior to active small group case participation. 3) Discuss the debriefing of participants after case participation. 4) Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing high fidelity simulation HPS in active small group student learning. TEACHING METHIODS: Students have various learning styles to acquire and apply the didactic medical knowledge learned in the classroom to the patent and health care teams that they are ultimately required to participate on clinically. High fidelity HPS allows an active small group learning environment with student engagement applied to a real world case scenario. The student is required to engage in a suspension of disbelief and actually accept that they are treating an actual patient. A “no mistakes in simulation” philosophy allows the student to learn in a nonthreatening manner. CONTENT OVERVIEW: High fidelity HPS, which was first introduced in the aviation and the defense industries, has now grown exponentially in health care. HPS is now the “gold standard” utilized in health care education to stimulate active small group student learning and prepare our students for their clinical professions. Dale’s “Cone of Experience” active learning theory of pyramid learning is the foundation where simulation most approaches doing the real thing in preparation for life. PROJECT IMPACT: The ultimate goal of this workshop is to allow the participants exposure to HPS and actively engage in experiencing first hand small group learning, while identifying the strengths and weaknesses of this technology through discussion. A debrief HPS evaluation form will be completed by the participants prior to small group discussion. HPS student participation creates a fun learning environment and motivates your students to learn.

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High Fidelity Human Patient Simulation (HPS): Active small group student learning experienced through critical thinking and problem solving achieved with teamwork.

Simulation Lab

SPEAKERS’ CREDENTIALS: All professors have academic appointments at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), College of Health Care Sciences (CHCS), and Physician Assistant Program (PA). HPS is utilized by these professors throughout the curriculum in the NSU CHCS PA Program high fidelity simulation lab. OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this workshop is to have the participants: 1) Engage and actively participate on a health care team in a HPS clinical patient scenario. 2) Review the case scenario prebrief prior to active small group case participation. 3) Discuss the debriefing of participants after case participation. 4) Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing high fidelity simulation HPS in active small group student learning. TEACHING METHIODS: Students have various learning styles to acquire and apply the didactic medical knowledge learned in the classroom to the patent and health care teams that they are ultimately required to participate on clinically. High fidelity HPS allows an active small group learning environment with student engagement applied to a real world case scenario. The student is required to engage in a suspension of disbelief and actually accept that they are treating an actual patient. A “no mistakes in simulation” philosophy allows the student to learn in a nonthreatening manner. CONTENT OVERVIEW: High fidelity HPS, which was first introduced in the aviation and the defense industries, has now grown exponentially in health care. HPS is now the “gold standard” utilized in health care education to stimulate active small group student learning and prepare our students for their clinical professions. Dale’s “Cone of Experience” active learning theory of pyramid learning is the foundation where simulation most approaches doing the real thing in preparation for life. PROJECT IMPACT: The ultimate goal of this workshop is to allow the participants exposure to HPS and actively engage in experiencing first hand small group learning, while identifying the strengths and weaknesses of this technology through discussion. A debrief HPS evaluation form will be completed by the participants prior to small group discussion. HPS student participation creates a fun learning environment and motivates your students to learn.