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NYSIM hosted a 4 hour immersive simulation on Patient Safety and Quality to orient the In- coming Interns to the NYULH culture of being a High Reliability Organization. The program included Group OSCE’s, a Patient Safety Room and Case Based Discussions. In June 2017 we hosted 156 incoming interns from 7 residency programs and this year we will host 205 in- coming interns from 17 residency programs.
The oral abstract presented at SGIM, Simulated First Night-onCall (FNOC): Establishing Com- munity and a Culture of Patient Safety for Incoming Interns, presented at the SGIM 2018 annual meeting, has been selected as the Best Oral Presentation in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety.
Alex Mack has been with our team for 2.5 years. She has had the roles of Simulation Operations Spe- cialist and Senior Operations Specialist. With the support of the Standardized Patient (SP) Program team and the guidance of Dr. Zabar, Alex has transformed the standardized patient program processes at NYSIM. We are fortunate to be able to promote her to a Program Supervisor Role. In this new role Alex will continue to support programs but will also supervise NYSIM standardized patient processes and programmatic changes including technology needs; assist with NYSIM website design; and recruit, train and supervise staff within the SP program.
Senior Simulation Operations Specialist Crysandy Marte has been with our team in the role of Simulation tion Operations Specialist for 1.5 years. Crysandy came to NYSIM with experience from the University of Vermont Clinical Simulation Lab. We are pleased to be able to promote Crysandy to a Senior Simulation Operations Specialist position. Crysandy will continue to support the day to day operations of simulation programs but will also support Sarla Santos, the Assistant Director of Operations, in coordinating and troubleshooting scheduling requests; coordinate the intake/design meetings; assist in the development and implementation of new standard operating procedures and assist with maintaining and enhancing NYSIM’s vendor relationships.
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|Supporting Safe Transition to Residency Through E-Learning and Simulations||View Paper|
|Experience Curves as an Organizing Framework for Deliberate Practice in Emergency Medicine Learning||View Paper|
|A qualitative descriptive study of SimWars as a meaningful instructional tool||View Paper|
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