Boston Children’s Hospital Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine and the Boston Children’s Hospital Simulator Program are proud to offer one-day Pediatric MOCA Simulation courses in crisis management devoted to pediatric anesthesia. Simulation training has become a mandatory part of education for all anesthesia training programs. The Simulation Program at Boston Children’s Hospital is the first pediatric simulation center in United States to be endorsed by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA).
We offer one day immersive courses for anesthesia providers where they have the opportunity to manage a wide variety of pediatric anesthesia cases, concentrating not only on the clinical management, but also on improving their communication skills and team work. These skills are vital for safe and optimal patient care.
Our courses are “in-situ”- they take place in an actual operating room and PACU setting at Boston Children’s Hospital. This provides the opportunity to train in a real clinical setting. The course fulfills one of the requirements of Part IV of the ABA MOCA Program. (Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesia)
Practicing pediatric anesthesiologists as well as general practitioners, with special interest in pediatric anesthesia and interested in improving their pediatric skills.
⇒ Gives participants the opportunity to practice their skills on pediatric cases that are relevant to their clinical practice, and exchange experiences with other trainees and the course training staff while fulfilling their MOCA simulation requirement.
⇒ Maximizes the training experience with the use of high fidelity pediatric simulators and task trainers.
⇒ High quality debriefing by experiences pediatric anesthesia staff, didactic presentations, training videos and performance enhancing games. This allows the participants a chance to share experiences from their clinical practices as well as to identify areas for improvement in their personal practice and at their work place. At the end of the course we expect the participant to identify areas of improvement and new safety initiatives they can utilize in their institutions, also part of the ABA practice improvement goals.
A $200 processing fee will be charged for all cancellations A 50% cancellation fee will be applied to cancellations within 4 weeks of the course. Any cancellations made at or within two weeks of the course, will not be refunded. A change in course date will be handled as a course cancellation.
Courses with less than 4 confirmed participants will be cancelled by the simulation center at least one month prior to the scheduled course date. Enrolled participants will be notified and a rollover to the next course date will be offered.
Feedback from Past Participants:
“I found the instructors to be extremely knowledgeable and helpful at conveying the information from the scenarios into real life practice.”
“I thought the course was excellent. Kudos to the staff of Boston Children’s.”
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Point of Contact: Emilia Nelson, MOCA Course Coordinator.
Boston Children’s Hospital is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Boston Children’s Hospital designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.