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This month, NYSIM would like to welcome Ms. Porsche Wilder to our Administrative team. Ms. Wilder is an administrative professional with 7 years of experience coordinating administrative functions and supporting leadership. Prior to joining the NYSIM team, Porsche worked as an office administrator for a non-profit organization where she was responsible for general office and leadership support, preparing reports, creating and distributing correspondence, and creating graphic design work. NYSIM is grateful and excited for all that Porsche brings to our Administrative team as our newest Office Assistant (OA). Welcome, Porsche! Good luck and Thank You!

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In late January 2019, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) held its annual conference for the advancement of simulation in healthcare. At IMSH, simulation professionals come together to network and explore best practices, advances in science and technology in healthcare simulation, and more. This year, NYU and NYSIM’s Night-onCall (NOC) team was recognized for one such innovation in simulation. NOC researchers recently published the first in a series of manuscripts and projects reporting on the significance of a simulated Night-onCall for medical students transitioning to residency. What began as a research study at NYU has now become a collaboration with several medical schools who are implementing it, or variations of NOC. NOC is now officially part of the NYU undergraduate medical curriculum for near-graduating medical students.

 

Congratulations to all, and great work at #IMSH2019!

Kalet, A., Zabar, S., Szyld, D. et al. Adv Simul (2017) 2: 13. https://doi.org/10.1186/s41077-017-0046-1

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To kick off the New Year, we wanted to spotlight one of our Simulation Operations Associate's (SOA) innovative work, often utilized in order to meet the learning needs and objectives of new clients and programs at NYSIM. On January 30th, NYSIM hosted a medical device company's training for their marketing executives. They requested ICU and NICU setups, with the goal that their marketing personnel would encounter the emotional intensity of these patient experiences via simulated scenarios utilizing their medical devices. NYSIM's Senior Simulation Operations Associate, Cynthia Reyes took the lead in creating said requested environments. The group was so impressed with the setup and the overall day, that they shared pictures with their colleagues, and talks are currently underway for hosting another program for the company's research and development team. Check out some pictures of her creative setups to the right. Great work, Cynthia!

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Equipment

Title Equipment manufacturer Quantity Location Specifications
Laerdal Baby Anne CPR (BLS) 8
Premature Anne Advanced 2
Pre-Mature Anne Laerdal Medical 2 NYSIM View

Research Materials

Pubmed or publications link
'Education Research: Simulation training for neurology residents on acquiring tPA consent: An educational initiative' View Paper
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

PUBLICATIONS

Recent publications authored by faculty teaching at NYSIM

The Impact of Oral-Systemic Health on
Advancing Interprofessional Education Outcomes

Charting a Key Competency Domain:
Understanding Resident Physician Interprofessional
Collaboration (IPC) Skills.

"The safety dance": a faculty development
workshop partnering IPE and patient safety initiatives
using simulation-based education.

Introduction of the Engaged Feedback
Reflective Inventory During a Preceptor
Training Program.

E-Learning with virtual teammates: A novel
approach to interprofessional education.

Why Your TeamSTEPPS™ Program
May Not Be Working approach to
interprofessional education.

Interdisciplinary Team Training:
Five Lessons Learned approach to
interprofessional education.

Goal-Directed Transthoracic Echocardiography
During Advanced Cardiac Life Support
approach to interprofessional education.

A Simple Framework for Assessing
Technical Skills in a Resident Observed
Structured Clinical Examination

“Oh! She doesn’t speak English!”
Assessing resident competence in managing
linguistic and cultural barriers.

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About

We are trained, certified and professional Simulation Instructors, Researchers and Medical Personnel who've helped overseen 50,000 learner visits.

NYU Langone Medical Center

The City University of New York

Since its opening in September, 2011, NYSIM has had more than 50,000 learner visits and delivered nearly 2,000 simulation courses for NYU and CUNY medical, nursing and dental students, residents, staff physicians and nurses, physician assistants, respiratory therapists as well as those in other health care fields. NYSIM offers training to first responders in the New York area, including firefighters and emergency medical service personnel.

NYSIM specializes in training for simulation instructors from NYU, CUNY and other healthcare institutions that would like to enhance their own simulation programs.

Creative Courses

Great Resources

Outstanding Support

OUR STAFF

Sarla Santos

Assistant Director of Operations

Sarla Santos has been a Registered Nurse at NYU Langone Medical Center (NYULMC) for several years. During her career at NYULMC, she has been a staff nurse in the PICU, Nurse Coordinator at the Hassenfeld Children’s Center, and a Nursing Professional Development Specialist. Sarla is certified in pediatric critical care nursing, nursing professional development and integrative nurse coaching.

Sondra Zabar, MD

Faculty Educator

Sondra Zabar, MD is the Director of the Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at the NYU School of Medicine. She is the Director of the Program for Medical Education Innovations and Research (PrMEIR), established in 2006 with the mission of advancing medical education scholarship at NYU and instituting best practices for patient-centered, evidence-based medical education through research, faculty development, and internal grants program.

Adina Kalet, MD, MPH

Faculty Educator

Adina Kalet, MD, MPH, is a Professor of Medicine and Surgery at the New York University School of Medicine and is the Co-Director of the Program on Medical Education Innovation and Research (PrMEIR), whose mission is to advance medical education scholarship and to institute best practices for patient-centered, evidence-based medical education. PrMEIR supports research and practice that strengthen the links between a physician’s training and patient health and well-being. Dr.

Bishop Zachary, MD

Course Director, NYSIM Procedure Prep Course

Dr Zakhary is a clinical instructor of medicine. He completed medical school training at Creighton University. Post-graduate training was at NYU where he completed a Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship including ne year as a simulation fellow. Areas of interest include respiratory failure and ECMO and using simulation for ECMO training.

Why NYSIM?


A hands-on, collaborative approach to health profession training

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NYSIM’s 25,000 square foot facility includes 4 classrooms, 5 conference rooms, 14 patient examination rooms, 5 intensive care rooms... View All
A total of 17 full-body computerized mannequins as well as numerous variety of partial task trainers available... View Equipment
57 cameras and 52 microphones to record all simulations, scenarios, debriefings and playback in every room. View Audio/Video

Who Learns Here?


We have learners from over 13 colleges and universities

NYU and CUNY Undergraduates, Graduates - 70%
NYU Langone Medical Center Residents - 90%
NYU and CUNY Clinicians - 100%
Instructors from Other Simulation Centers - 90%
First Responders - 95%

NYSIM Facts


25
Thousand Square Feet
17
Mannequins
40
Partial Task Trainers
100
Cameras

Courses and Symposiums


NYSIM provides access to great talent and teachers through courses and symposiums.

MOCA® 2.0 (Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology)
Simulation Training


$1800

  • 2018 dates coming soon
  • 6 hours
  • Meals Included

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 NYSIM Instructor Course
 


$0

  • NYU, CUNY Staff Only
  • Multiple Dates
  • 3 Days

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