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As the fellow gains confidence and knowledge, she/he is given more responsibility and autonomy. The transition to NPMfellowship from residency can be daunting given the expectations in this new role. Simulation education can help to bridge that gap by providing an effective approach to reinforcing cognitive, technical, and behavioral skills as well as leveraging leadership and team performance. Simulation can benefit incoming trainees with varying clinical exposures by providing an opportunity to improve decision-making, to recognize indications for a given procedure, and to practice necessary procedural skills.
We believe that incorporating simulation-based training during the orientation of first year fellows as well as throughout their curriculum training will help instill psychological safety. The safe and supportive environment created in simulation-based training will positively affect learning behavior in the team setting.
The proposed Bootcamp and Summer Simulation Series will include: 1) procedural skillsand 2) mock codes focused on delivery room resuscitation, critical events in the NICU, and Neonatal Codes outside of the NICU or L&D (i.e. in WBN or ER). We anticipate a solid foundation of simulation training for building medical knowledge, resuscitation technique, and teamwork collaboration.
Format: One half-day for Bootcamp course (focused on procedural skills); and one-hour mock codes (will begin in the summer and be integrated in the fellowship curriculum)
Frequency: Once a month with ongoing simulation incorporated into the fellowship curriculum
Participants: First year NPM fellows (for Bootcamp); All years combined for simulation mock code sessions
Course Leaders: Elizabeth G. Doherty, MD, Daphne C. Remy Gomes, MD, MPH, Tanzeema Hossain, MD, Christy Cummings, MD, Kristen Lindamood, NNP, Brian Walsh, MB, BCh, PhD, Lauren Ruoss, MD, Jeanne Carroll, MD, Ashley Kellish, DNP, RN, CCNS
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