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Sim Center

The Simulation Center at Fairbanks Hall is proud to partner with the Indiana University School of Medicine as well as the Indiana University School of Nursing for ongoing research studies. We are also proud to partner with other external physicians and researchers. For more information about partnering with us for a research study please call 317.963.7600 or email simulationcenter@iuhealth.org.

Chassity Mays

Congrats to Chassity Mays on being selected to the prestigious National League for Nursing Simulation Leadership Academy in 2022. This year-long program is limited to 20 participants and designed for the experienced simulation nurse educator who wants to assume a leadership role in simulation. This program fosters leadership development, promoting professionalism at the highest level to lead and influence excellent in simulation education.

Johnny Cartwright

Congrats to Johnny Cartwright on his award as “Operations Specialist of the Year” in 2022 at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, which is presented annually to a member whose work: functions beyond/expands the scope of their position; demonstrates superior simulation-based education support through initiative and creativity; actively promotes the profession of Simulation Operations Specialist; and demonstrates a record of professional development and advanced training.

Julie Poore

Congrats to Julie Poore on selection to the prestigious 2021 class of fellows into the Academy of Nursing Education through the National League for Nursing. These are individuals who have made substantive contributions throughout their careers and as with last year’s class, they represent the extraordinary leadership, fortitude, creativity and compassion it took to maneuver through the toughest of circumstances brought on by the pandemic. They have demonstrated unqualified success in preparing and motivating students to deliver outstanding, culturally sensitive health care

Dylan Cooper

Congrats to Dylan Cooper on the 2022 Scholar Educator Award at Indiana University School of Medicine. This prestigious award acknowledges faculty who approach teaching and learning from a scholarly lens. Honorees are consistently noted for their teaching effectiveness, commitment to learning, educational leadership, scholarly activity related to teaching and learning, and passion for biomedical education.

    Honors and Awards

    Chassity Mays

    Congrats to Chassity Mays on being selected to the prestigious National League for Nursing Simulation Leadership Academy in 2022. This year-long program is limited to 20 participants and designed for the experienced simulation nurse educator who wants to assume a leadership role in simulation. This program fosters leadership development, promoting professionalism at the highest level to lead and influence excellent in simulation education.

    Johnny Cartwright

    Congrats to Johnny Cartwright on his award as “Operations Specialist of the Year” in 2022 at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, which is presented annually to a member whose work: functions beyond/expands the scope of their position; demonstrates superior simulation-based education support through initiative and creativity; actively promotes the profession of Simulation Operations Specialist; and demonstrates a record of professional development and advanced training.

    Julie Poore

    Congrats to Julie Poore on selection to the prestigious 2021 class of fellows into the Academy of Nursing Education through the National League for Nursing. These are individuals who have made substantive contributions throughout their careers and as with last year’s class, they represent the extraordinary leadership, fortitude, creativity and compassion it took to maneuver through the toughest of circumstances brought on by the pandemic. They have demonstrated unqualified success in preparing and motivating students to deliver outstanding, culturally sensitive health care

    Dylan Cooper

    Congrats to Dylan Cooper on the 2022 Scholar Educator Award at Indiana University School of Medicine. This prestigious award acknowledges faculty who approach teaching and learning from a scholarly lens. Honorees are consistently noted for their teaching effectiveness, commitment to learning, educational leadership, scholarly activity related to teaching and learning, and passion for biomedical education.

      The mission of the Simulation Center at Fairbanks Hall includes participation in research to advance healthcare simulation, education, and ultimately patient care. We have and continue to participate in single and multi-center investigational trials, to include the following:

      • NSF Grant Funded Butterfly Bag Valve Mask Project
      • AHRQ R18 Grant Funded LEADS Project
      • IU Health Values Grant Virtual Reality Empathy Study
      • IU Health Values Grant Ultrasound Education Project

      Current Research

      The mission of the Simulation Center at Fairbanks Hall includes participation in research to advance healthcare simulation, education, and ultimately patient care. We have and continue to participate in single and multi-center investigational trials, to include the following:

      • NSF Grant Funded Butterfly Bag Valve Mask Project
      • AHRQ R18 Grant Funded LEADS Project
      • IU Health Values Grant Virtual Reality Empathy Study
      • IU Health Values Grant Ultrasound Education Project
      • Hughes M, Gerstner B, Bona A, Falvo L, Schroedle K, Cooper D, Sarmiento E, Hobgood C, Ahmed R. Adaptive Change in Simulation Education: Comparison of effectiveness of a communication skill curriculum on death notification using in -person methods versus a digital communication platform. AEM Educ TrainEducation & Training. 2021 Jul 1;5(3):e10610. doi: 10.1002/aet2.10610. PMID: 34268463; PMCID: PMC8253723. In Press.
      • Ahmed, R. A., Cooper, D., Mays, C. L., Weidman, C. M., Poore, J., Bona, A. M., Falvo, L. E., Moore, M.J., Mitchell, S. A., Boyer, T. J., Atkinson, S., Cartwright, J. (2022). Development of a simulation technical competence curriculum for medical simulation fellows. Advances in Simulation, 7(1), 1-11.
      • Poore, J., Herrington, A., Hardie, L. (2022). Redefining healthcare simulation facilitator professional development through online learning. Creative Nursing, 28 (3). http://dx.doi.org/10.1891/CN-2021-0054
      • Doos D, Barach P, Alves N, Falvo L, Bona A, Moore M, Cooper D, Lefort R, Ahmed R. The Dangers of Personal Protective Equipment: Healthcare Workers and Workstation Contamination from PPE Reuse. Journal of Hospital Infection. 2022 Jun 7;127:59-68. doi: 10.1016/j.jhin.2022.05.016. Online ahead of print. PMID: 35688273
      • Hansen M, Harrod T, Bahr N, Schoonover A, Adams K, Kornegay J, Stenson A, Ng V, Plitt J, Cooper D, Scott N, Chinai S, Johnson J, Conlon LW, Salva C, Caretta-Weyer H, Huynh T, Jones D, Jorda K, Lo J, Mayersak R, Paré E, Hughes K, Ahmed R, Patel S, Tsao S, Wang E, Ogburn T, Guise JM. The Effects of Leadership Curricula With and Without Implicit Bias Training on Graduate Medical Education: A Multicenter Randomized Trial. Acad Med. 2021 Dec 28. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000004573. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34966032
      • Anton NE, Huffman EM, Ahmed RA, Cooper DD, Athanasiadis DI, Cha J, Stefanidis D, Lee NK. Stress and resident interdisciplinary team performance: Results of a pilot trauma simulation program. Surgery. 2021 Oct;170(4):1074-1079. doi: 10.1016/j.surg.2021.03.010. Epub 2021 Apr 16. PMID: 33867169.
      • Poore, J., Dawson, J., Dunbar, D., & Parrish, K. (2021). Debriefing interprofessionally: A tool for recognition and reflection [Debriefing Tool]. In M. H. Oermann, J. C. DeGange, and B. C. Phillips (Eds.) The Complete Guide to Best Practice in Teaching, Evaluation, and Curriculum Development, 3rd edition. New York, NY, 459-468.
      • Poore, J. A., & Cooper, D. D. (2020). Interprofessional simulation: From the classroom to clinical practice. Annual Review of Nursing Research, 39 (1), 105-125. https:// doi.10.1891/0739-6686.39.105
      • Ahmed, R., Weaver, L., Falvo, L., Bona, A., Poore, J., Schroedle, K., Cooper, D., Sarmiento, E., Hughes, M., & Hobgood, C. (2020). Rapid‐cycle deliberate practice: Death notification. The Clinical Teacher, 17(6), 644-649. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/tct.13170
      • Turner JS, Falvo LE, Ahmed RA, Ellender TJ, Corson-Knowles D, Bona AM, Sarmiento EJ, Cooper DD. Effect of an Aerosol Box on Intubation in Simulated Emergency Department Airways: A Randomized Crossover Study. West J Emerg Med. 2020 Sep 24; Online ahead of print. doi: 10.5811/westjem.2020.8.48901. PMID: 33052809
      • Hughes PG, Hughes KE, Hughes MJ, Weaver L, Falvo LE, Bona AM, Cooper D, Hobgood C, Ahmed RA. Setup and Execution of the Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice Death Notification Curriculum. J Vis Exp. 2020 Aug 5;(162). doi: 10.3791/61646 PMID: 32831312
      • Wang A, Saltarelli N, Cooper D, House D, Amatya Y. Establishing a Low-cost, Low-resource Simulation Emergency Medicine Curriculum in Nepal. MedEdPortal. 2020 Jul 15;16:10924. doi: 10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10924 PMID: 32704538
      • Ahmed R, Weaver L, Falvo L, Bona A, Poore J, Schroedle K, Cooper D, Sarmiento E, Hughes M, Hobgood C. Rapid-cycle deliberate practice: death notification. Clin Teach. 2020 May 30. doi: 10.1111/tct.13170 PMID: 32472732
      • Poore, J., Dawson, J., Dunbar, D., & Parrish, K. (2019). Debriefing interprofessionally: A tool for recognition and reflection. Nurse Educator, 44(1), 25-28. https://doi.org/10.1097/nne.0000000000000518
      • Tuner J, Litzau M, Morgan ZS, Pollard K, Cooper D. Failure of an Educational Intervention to Improve Consultation and Implications for Healthcare Consultation. Cureus. 2019 Feb; 11(2): e4105. doi:10.7759/cureus.4105 PMID: 31057999
      • Abulebda K, Whitfill T, Montgomery EE, Kirby ML, Ahmed AA, Cooper DD, Nitu ME, Auerbach MA, Lutfi R, Abu-Sultaneh S. Improving Pediatric Diabetic Ketoacidosis Management in Community EDs Using a Simulation-Based Collaborative Improvement Program. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2019 Mar 12. doi: 10.1097/PEC.0000000000001751 PMID: 30870337
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Byrne, B. J., Dwyer, J., Ebert, D., Hasty, G., Schroedle, K., Turner, J., & Cooper, D. (2019). Interprofessional educator development course for simulation. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 50(10), 463-468. https://doi.org/10.3928/00220124-20190917-08
      • Rosenman ED, Fernandez R, Wong AH, Cassara M, Cooper DD, Kou M, Laack TA, Motola I, Parsons JR, Levine BR, Grand JA. Changing Systems Through Effective Teams: A Role for Simulation. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2018 Feb; 25(2): 128-143. doi: 10.1111/acem.13260
      • Hayden EM, Wong AH, Ackerman J, Sande MK, Lei C, Kobayashi L, Michael Cassara M, Cooper DD, Perry K, Lewandowski WE, Scerbo MW. Human Factors and Simulation in Emergency Medicine. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2018 Feb; 25(2): 221-229. doi: 10.1111/acem.13315
      • Saavedra HR, Turner JS, Cooper DD. Use of Simulation to Improve the Comfort of Pediatric Residents Managing Critically Ill Emergency Department Patients. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2018 Sep; 34(9): 633-35. doi: 10.1097/PEC.0000000000001596
      • Umoren, R. A., Scott, P. J., Sweigart, L., Gossett, E., Hodson-Carlton, K., Johnson, M., Jones, J.A., Poore, J. A., Rybas, N., & Das, R. (2018). A comparison of teamwork attitude changes with virtual TeamSTEPPS® simulations in health professional students. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice, 10, 51-55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xjep.2017.12.001
      • Poore, J. A., Stephenson, E., Jerolimov, D., & Scott, P. J. (2017). Development of an interprofessional teaching grand rounds. Nurse Educator, 42(4), 164-167. https:// doi.10.1097/NNE.0000000000000351
      • Umoren, R. A., Poore, J. A., Sweigart, L., Rybas, N., Gossett, E., Johnson, M., Allen, M., Scott, P. J., Truman, B., & Das, R. (2017). TeamSTEPPS® virtual teams: Interactive virtual simulation team training and practice for health professional learners. Creative Nursing, 23 (3), 184-191. https://doi. 10.1891/1078-4535.23.3.184
      • Pettit KE, Turner JS, Kindrat JK, Blythe GJ, Hasty GE, Perkins AJ, Ashburn-Nardo L, Milgrom LB, Hobgood CD, Cooper DD. Effect of Socioeconomic Status Bias on Medical Student–Patient Interactions Using an Emergency Medicine Simulation. Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training. 2017 Mar 22. doi: 10.1002/aet2.10022
      • Turner JS, Ellender TJ, Okonkwo ER, Stepsis TM, Stevens AC, Eddy CS, Sembroski EG, Perkins AJ, Cooper DD. Cross-over study of novice intubators performing endotracheal intubation in an upright versus supine position. International Emergency Medicine. 2017 Jun;12(4):513-518. doi: 10.1007/s11739-016-1481-z

      Publications

      • Hughes M, Gerstner B, Bona A, Falvo L, Schroedle K, Cooper D, Sarmiento E, Hobgood C, Ahmed R. Adaptive Change in Simulation Education: Comparison of effectiveness of a communication skill curriculum on death notification using in -person methods versus a digital communication platform. AEM Educ TrainEducation & Training. 2021 Jul 1;5(3):e10610. doi: 10.1002/aet2.10610. PMID: 34268463; PMCID: PMC8253723. In Press.
      • Ahmed, R. A., Cooper, D., Mays, C. L., Weidman, C. M., Poore, J., Bona, A. M., Falvo, L. E., Moore, M.J., Mitchell, S. A., Boyer, T. J., Atkinson, S., Cartwright, J. (2022). Development of a simulation technical competence curriculum for medical simulation fellows. Advances in Simulation, 7(1), 1-11.
      • Poore, J., Herrington, A., Hardie, L. (2022). Redefining healthcare simulation facilitator professional development through online learning. Creative Nursing, 28 (3). http://dx.doi.org/10.1891/CN-2021-0054
      • Doos D, Barach P, Alves N, Falvo L, Bona A, Moore M, Cooper D, Lefort R, Ahmed R. The Dangers of Personal Protective Equipment: Healthcare Workers and Workstation Contamination from PPE Reuse. Journal of Hospital Infection. 2022 Jun 7;127:59-68. doi: 10.1016/j.jhin.2022.05.016. Online ahead of print. PMID: 35688273
      • Hansen M, Harrod T, Bahr N, Schoonover A, Adams K, Kornegay J, Stenson A, Ng V, Plitt J, Cooper D, Scott N, Chinai S, Johnson J, Conlon LW, Salva C, Caretta-Weyer H, Huynh T, Jones D, Jorda K, Lo J, Mayersak R, Paré E, Hughes K, Ahmed R, Patel S, Tsao S, Wang E, Ogburn T, Guise JM. The Effects of Leadership Curricula With and Without Implicit Bias Training on Graduate Medical Education: A Multicenter Randomized Trial. Acad Med. 2021 Dec 28. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000004573. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34966032
      • Anton NE, Huffman EM, Ahmed RA, Cooper DD, Athanasiadis DI, Cha J, Stefanidis D, Lee NK. Stress and resident interdisciplinary team performance: Results of a pilot trauma simulation program. Surgery. 2021 Oct;170(4):1074-1079. doi: 10.1016/j.surg.2021.03.010. Epub 2021 Apr 16. PMID: 33867169.
      • Poore, J., Dawson, J., Dunbar, D., & Parrish, K. (2021). Debriefing interprofessionally: A tool for recognition and reflection [Debriefing Tool]. In M. H. Oermann, J. C. DeGange, and B. C. Phillips (Eds.) The Complete Guide to Best Practice in Teaching, Evaluation, and Curriculum Development, 3rd edition. New York, NY, 459-468.
      • Poore, J. A., & Cooper, D. D. (2020). Interprofessional simulation: From the classroom to clinical practice. Annual Review of Nursing Research, 39 (1), 105-125. https:// doi.10.1891/0739-6686.39.105
      • Ahmed, R., Weaver, L., Falvo, L., Bona, A., Poore, J., Schroedle, K., Cooper, D., Sarmiento, E., Hughes, M., & Hobgood, C. (2020). Rapid‐cycle deliberate practice: Death notification. The Clinical Teacher, 17(6), 644-649. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1111/tct.13170
      • Turner JS, Falvo LE, Ahmed RA, Ellender TJ, Corson-Knowles D, Bona AM, Sarmiento EJ, Cooper DD. Effect of an Aerosol Box on Intubation in Simulated Emergency Department Airways: A Randomized Crossover Study. West J Emerg Med. 2020 Sep 24; Online ahead of print. doi: 10.5811/westjem.2020.8.48901. PMID: 33052809
      • Hughes PG, Hughes KE, Hughes MJ, Weaver L, Falvo LE, Bona AM, Cooper D, Hobgood C, Ahmed RA. Setup and Execution of the Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice Death Notification Curriculum. J Vis Exp. 2020 Aug 5;(162). doi: 10.3791/61646 PMID: 32831312
      • Wang A, Saltarelli N, Cooper D, House D, Amatya Y. Establishing a Low-cost, Low-resource Simulation Emergency Medicine Curriculum in Nepal. MedEdPortal. 2020 Jul 15;16:10924. doi: 10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10924 PMID: 32704538
      • Ahmed R, Weaver L, Falvo L, Bona A, Poore J, Schroedle K, Cooper D, Sarmiento E, Hughes M, Hobgood C. Rapid-cycle deliberate practice: death notification. Clin Teach. 2020 May 30. doi: 10.1111/tct.13170 PMID: 32472732
      • Poore, J., Dawson, J., Dunbar, D., & Parrish, K. (2019). Debriefing interprofessionally: A tool for recognition and reflection. Nurse Educator, 44(1), 25-28. https://doi.org/10.1097/nne.0000000000000518
      • Tuner J, Litzau M, Morgan ZS, Pollard K, Cooper D. Failure of an Educational Intervention to Improve Consultation and Implications for Healthcare Consultation. Cureus. 2019 Feb; 11(2): e4105. doi:10.7759/cureus.4105 PMID: 31057999
      • Abulebda K, Whitfill T, Montgomery EE, Kirby ML, Ahmed AA, Cooper DD, Nitu ME, Auerbach MA, Lutfi R, Abu-Sultaneh S. Improving Pediatric Diabetic Ketoacidosis Management in Community EDs Using a Simulation-Based Collaborative Improvement Program. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2019 Mar 12. doi: 10.1097/PEC.0000000000001751 PMID: 30870337
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Byrne, B. J., Dwyer, J., Ebert, D., Hasty, G., Schroedle, K., Turner, J., & Cooper, D. (2019). Interprofessional educator development course for simulation. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 50(10), 463-468. https://doi.org/10.3928/00220124-20190917-08
      • Rosenman ED, Fernandez R, Wong AH, Cassara M, Cooper DD, Kou M, Laack TA, Motola I, Parsons JR, Levine BR, Grand JA. Changing Systems Through Effective Teams: A Role for Simulation. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2018 Feb; 25(2): 128-143. doi: 10.1111/acem.13260
      • Hayden EM, Wong AH, Ackerman J, Sande MK, Lei C, Kobayashi L, Michael Cassara M, Cooper DD, Perry K, Lewandowski WE, Scerbo MW. Human Factors and Simulation in Emergency Medicine. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2018 Feb; 25(2): 221-229. doi: 10.1111/acem.13315
      • Saavedra HR, Turner JS, Cooper DD. Use of Simulation to Improve the Comfort of Pediatric Residents Managing Critically Ill Emergency Department Patients. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2018 Sep; 34(9): 633-35. doi: 10.1097/PEC.0000000000001596
      • Umoren, R. A., Scott, P. J., Sweigart, L., Gossett, E., Hodson-Carlton, K., Johnson, M., Jones, J.A., Poore, J. A., Rybas, N., & Das, R. (2018). A comparison of teamwork attitude changes with virtual TeamSTEPPS® simulations in health professional students. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice, 10, 51-55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xjep.2017.12.001
      • Poore, J. A., Stephenson, E., Jerolimov, D., & Scott, P. J. (2017). Development of an interprofessional teaching grand rounds. Nurse Educator, 42(4), 164-167. https:// doi.10.1097/NNE.0000000000000351
      • Umoren, R. A., Poore, J. A., Sweigart, L., Rybas, N., Gossett, E., Johnson, M., Allen, M., Scott, P. J., Truman, B., & Das, R. (2017). TeamSTEPPS® virtual teams: Interactive virtual simulation team training and practice for health professional learners. Creative Nursing, 23 (3), 184-191. https://doi. 10.1891/1078-4535.23.3.184
      • Pettit KE, Turner JS, Kindrat JK, Blythe GJ, Hasty GE, Perkins AJ, Ashburn-Nardo L, Milgrom LB, Hobgood CD, Cooper DD. Effect of Socioeconomic Status Bias on Medical Student–Patient Interactions Using an Emergency Medicine Simulation. Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training. 2017 Mar 22. doi: 10.1002/aet2.10022
      • Turner JS, Ellender TJ, Okonkwo ER, Stepsis TM, Stevens AC, Eddy CS, Sembroski EG, Perkins AJ, Cooper DD. Cross-over study of novice intubators performing endotracheal intubation in an upright versus supine position. International Emergency Medicine. 2017 Jun;12(4):513-518. doi: 10.1007/s11739-016-1481-z
      • Mays, C., Poore, J. (2022, June). Home Grown Solutions [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
      • Mays, C., Tam, S., Laughlin, R. (2022, April). The future is here: Healthcare education through simulation [Podium]. Future Healthcare Professionals Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Doos, Ahmed, Hughes, Bona, Falvo, Moore, Cooper “Does My Personal Protective Equipment Really Work? A Simulation-Based Approach,” Society for Simulation in Healthcare SimSeries, International Zoom Presentation, May 16 2022.
      • Falvo, Bona, Stambro, Moore, Ahmed, Cooper “Speak Up!: Enforcing Closed-Loop Communication Through Blindfolded Codes,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles CA, Jan 17 2022.
      • Poore, J., Nabinger, T., Junger, S., Mays, C., Stambro, R., Schroedle, K., Cooper, D. (2022, January) Escape the Educational Monotony: Exploring Various Escape Room Formats [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles, CA
      • Falvo, Bona, Ahmed, Cooper “Cycling through Difficult Conversations Education: Rapid-Cycle Deliberate Practice for Communication Education,” ““Hey, Remember that Patient?” How to HEEAL: A Medical Error Disclosure Curriculum (1090-003493) (Developmental Research Projects: Communication, Debriefing, Faculty Training,” “Closing the Gender Gap: Creating a Simulation Confidence and Negotiation Course for Women in Graduate Medical Education” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Virtual, Meeting, Jan-Feb 2021
      • Bona, Falvo, Ahmed, Cooper “Speak Up!: Enforcing Closed-Loop Communication Through Blindfolded Codes,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare,“ Converting to Virtual, 2021.
      • Monforte, L., & Poore, J. (2020, November). Time is ticking: Addressing pediatric sepsis in simulation. [Poster]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • Mays, C. (2020, November). Home grown solutions [Poster]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • Mays, C. (2020, August). Using the Revised INACSL Standards of Best Practice Simulation. Sim GHOSTS Global Experience 2020 Virtual Conference.
      • Mays, C., Stambro, R. (2020, August). Escape room development for the operations perspective.. Sim GHOSTS Global Experience 2020 Virtual Conference.
      • Nabinger, T., Stambro, R., & Poore, J. (2020, September). Escaping pediatric sepsis: An innovative approach to simulation [Poster]. National League for Nursing Education Summit, virtual.
      • Poore, J., Dunbar, DM, Parrish, K., & Dawson, J. (2020, January). Meet IPE competencies through debriefing [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
      • Cooper “Invited Professor Rounds,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego CA, Jan 19 2020.
      • Overshiner, B., Cooper, D., & Poore, J. (2020, January). Low cost, high fidelity cricothyroidotomy training using 3D printing [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
      • Mays, C., Ely, D., Weidman, C., & Poore, J. (2019, November). Escape Room: Quality is the Best Medicine [Poster]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • McKibban, L., Glossenger, A., Dees, M., Mays, C., & Poore, J. (2019, November). Utilizing Simulation to Enhance Development of De-escalation Skills [Poster]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • Poore, J. (2019, September). Innovation in Simulation & Interprofessional Education [Keynote Speaker]. Biennial Nurse Educator Conference, Jackson, MS
      • Cooper, D., Poore, J., & Schroedle, K (2019, October). Breaking bad news: An interprofessional simulation with chaplaincy students, emergency medicine residents and nursing students [Podium]. Collaborating Across Borders VII, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Poore, J., Dunbar, DM., Parrish, K., & Dawson, J. (2019, October). Interprofessional debriefing: A comprehensive tool [Workshop]. Collaborating Across Borders VII, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Poore, J., Embree, J., & Hong, Y. (2019, October). An innovative interprofessional education initiative between nursing, informatics & computing, art & design, dietetics and nutrition, and engineering students [Podium]. Collaborating Across Borders VII, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Poore, J., Herrington, A., & Hardie, L. (2019, June). Constructing an online, multisite simulation educator foundations course [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Cooper, D. Mays, C., & Hasty, G. (2019, June). Improving simulation quality through peer review [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Phoenix, AZ
      • Ely, D., Poore, J., Mays, C., & Weidman, C. (2019, June). Escape room: Quality is the best medicine [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Phoenix, Arizona.
      • Poore, J. (2019, April) Simulation Facilitation [Podium]. Laerdal Mini-SUN Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Herrington, A., Poore, J., & Hardie L. (2019, January). Redefining staff/faculty simulation development through online learning [Podium]. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.
      • Cooper, Turner “Interprofessional Simulation Improves Comfort with Communication among Emergency Department Personnel,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio TX, Jan 27 2019.
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Cooper, D. Mays, C., & Hasty, G. (2019, January). Improving simulation quality through peer review [Podium]. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.
      • Boyer, T., Cooper, D., Mitchell, S., Ondecko, L., Poore, J., & Schroedle, K. (2019, January). Free volunteers vs. costly standardized patients: Which is best [Podium]. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.
      • Schroedle, K., Poore, J., & Cooper, D. (2019, January). PEST (physical exam skill training): Developing teaching SP's to optimize educational outcomes [Podium]. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.
      • Hasty, G., Mays, C., & Poore, J. (2018, November). Simulation Development for the Nurse Educator [Podium]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • Schneidereith, T., & Poore, J. (2018, September). The role of verifying, clarifying, and challenging orders on medication errors [Podium]. National League for Nursing Education Summit, Chicago, IL.
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Cooper, D., Hasty, G., Mays, C., & Byrne, B (2018, June). Improving simulation quality through peer review [Poster]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Toronto, Canada.
      • Herrington, A,. & Poore, J. (2018, June). Homegrown solutions [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Toronto, Canada.
      • Stambro, Cooper, et al “Simwars,” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 16 2018.
      • Cooper, D., Hasty, G., Mays, C., Dwyer, J., Poore, J., Stephenson, E., & Byrne, B. (2018, January). Improving simulation quality through peer review [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles, CA
      • Cooper “Invited Professor Rounds,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles CA, Jan 14 2018.
      • Collins, P., Mays, C.. (2017, July). Untangling the Complexity of Wiring a Simulation Center. [Podium Presentation]. Sim Ops, Lansing, MI.
      • Schneidereith, T., Poore, J., Nye, C., Herrington, A., Morgan, P., & Farina, C. (2017, June). Debriefing 2.0- Finding the missed opportunities for learning [Preconference Workshop]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington DC.
      • Herrington, A., & Poore, J. (2017, June). Homegrown solutions [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington DC.
      • Stephenson, E., & Poore, J. (2017, June). Real time system quality improvement through simulation [Poster]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington DC.
      • Poore, J., Stephenson, E., & Scott, P. (2017, January). Interprofessional grand rounds: How we did it [Podium] International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL.
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Mast, J., & Harter, A. (2017, January). Real time system quality improvement through simulation [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL.
      • Dunbar, D., Parrish, K., Poore, J., & Dawson, J (2017, January). Interprofessional debriefing: A tool for recognition and reflection [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL
      • Schroedle, Cooper “Breaking Bad News: An Interprofessional Simulation with Chaplaincy Students, Emergency Medicine Residents and Nursing Students,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando FL, Jan 29 2017.
      • Copper, D., Byrne, B., Dwyer, J., Hasty, G., & Poore, J., Stephenson, E., Turner, J (2107, January). Develop an interprofessional faculty development series [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL
      • Hayden, Cooper, Salzman, Sande, Thoureen, Laack “Medical School Simulation: Hot Topics,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando FL, Jan 31 2017.
      • Cooper “Multi-team Systems,” Simulation Consensus Conference, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Orlando FL, May 16 2017.
      • Cooper “Human Factors and Simulation in Emergency Medicine,” Simulation Consensus Conference, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Orlando FL, May 16 2017.
      • Umoren, Das, R., Gossett, E., Mariner, M., Hodson-Carlton, K., Poore, J., Scott, P., Sweigart, L., & Truman, B. (2017, January). TeamSTEPPS virtual teams enable teamwork training for health professional learners [Innovation Showcase]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL
      • Collins, P., Mays, C.. (2017, January). Untangling the Complexity of Wiring a Simulation Center. [Innovation Showcase]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL

      Presentations

      • Mays, C., Poore, J. (2022, June). Home Grown Solutions [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
      • Mays, C., Tam, S., Laughlin, R. (2022, April). The future is here: Healthcare education through simulation [Podium]. Future Healthcare Professionals Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Doos, Ahmed, Hughes, Bona, Falvo, Moore, Cooper “Does My Personal Protective Equipment Really Work? A Simulation-Based Approach,” Society for Simulation in Healthcare SimSeries, International Zoom Presentation, May 16 2022.
      • Falvo, Bona, Stambro, Moore, Ahmed, Cooper “Speak Up!: Enforcing Closed-Loop Communication Through Blindfolded Codes,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles CA, Jan 17 2022.
      • Poore, J., Nabinger, T., Junger, S., Mays, C., Stambro, R., Schroedle, K., Cooper, D. (2022, January) Escape the Educational Monotony: Exploring Various Escape Room Formats [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles, CA
      • Falvo, Bona, Ahmed, Cooper “Cycling through Difficult Conversations Education: Rapid-Cycle Deliberate Practice for Communication Education,” ““Hey, Remember that Patient?” How to HEEAL: A Medical Error Disclosure Curriculum (1090-003493) (Developmental Research Projects: Communication, Debriefing, Faculty Training,” “Closing the Gender Gap: Creating a Simulation Confidence and Negotiation Course for Women in Graduate Medical Education” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Virtual, Meeting, Jan-Feb 2021
      • Bona, Falvo, Ahmed, Cooper “Speak Up!: Enforcing Closed-Loop Communication Through Blindfolded Codes,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare,“ Converting to Virtual, 2021.
      • Monforte, L., & Poore, J. (2020, November). Time is ticking: Addressing pediatric sepsis in simulation. [Poster]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • Mays, C. (2020, November). Home grown solutions [Poster]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • Mays, C. (2020, August). Using the Revised INACSL Standards of Best Practice Simulation. Sim GHOSTS Global Experience 2020 Virtual Conference.
      • Mays, C., Stambro, R. (2020, August). Escape room development for the operations perspective.. Sim GHOSTS Global Experience 2020 Virtual Conference.
      • Nabinger, T., Stambro, R., & Poore, J. (2020, September). Escaping pediatric sepsis: An innovative approach to simulation [Poster]. National League for Nursing Education Summit, virtual.
      • Poore, J., Dunbar, DM, Parrish, K., & Dawson, J. (2020, January). Meet IPE competencies through debriefing [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
      • Cooper “Invited Professor Rounds,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego CA, Jan 19 2020.
      • Overshiner, B., Cooper, D., & Poore, J. (2020, January). Low cost, high fidelity cricothyroidotomy training using 3D printing [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
      • Mays, C., Ely, D., Weidman, C., & Poore, J. (2019, November). Escape Room: Quality is the Best Medicine [Poster]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • McKibban, L., Glossenger, A., Dees, M., Mays, C., & Poore, J. (2019, November). Utilizing Simulation to Enhance Development of De-escalation Skills [Poster]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • Poore, J. (2019, September). Innovation in Simulation & Interprofessional Education [Keynote Speaker]. Biennial Nurse Educator Conference, Jackson, MS
      • Cooper, D., Poore, J., & Schroedle, K (2019, October). Breaking bad news: An interprofessional simulation with chaplaincy students, emergency medicine residents and nursing students [Podium]. Collaborating Across Borders VII, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Poore, J., Dunbar, DM., Parrish, K., & Dawson, J. (2019, October). Interprofessional debriefing: A comprehensive tool [Workshop]. Collaborating Across Borders VII, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Poore, J., Embree, J., & Hong, Y. (2019, October). An innovative interprofessional education initiative between nursing, informatics & computing, art & design, dietetics and nutrition, and engineering students [Podium]. Collaborating Across Borders VII, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Poore, J., Herrington, A., & Hardie, L. (2019, June). Constructing an online, multisite simulation educator foundations course [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Cooper, D. Mays, C., & Hasty, G. (2019, June). Improving simulation quality through peer review [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Phoenix, AZ
      • Ely, D., Poore, J., Mays, C., & Weidman, C. (2019, June). Escape room: Quality is the best medicine [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Phoenix, Arizona.
      • Poore, J. (2019, April) Simulation Facilitation [Podium]. Laerdal Mini-SUN Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
      • Herrington, A., Poore, J., & Hardie L. (2019, January). Redefining staff/faculty simulation development through online learning [Podium]. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.
      • Cooper, Turner “Interprofessional Simulation Improves Comfort with Communication among Emergency Department Personnel,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio TX, Jan 27 2019.
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Cooper, D. Mays, C., & Hasty, G. (2019, January). Improving simulation quality through peer review [Podium]. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.
      • Boyer, T., Cooper, D., Mitchell, S., Ondecko, L., Poore, J., & Schroedle, K. (2019, January). Free volunteers vs. costly standardized patients: Which is best [Podium]. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.
      • Schroedle, K., Poore, J., & Cooper, D. (2019, January). PEST (physical exam skill training): Developing teaching SP's to optimize educational outcomes [Podium]. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.
      • Hasty, G., Mays, C., & Poore, J. (2018, November). Simulation Development for the Nurse Educator [Podium]. Indiana Nursing Summit, Carmel, IN.
      • Schneidereith, T., & Poore, J. (2018, September). The role of verifying, clarifying, and challenging orders on medication errors [Podium]. National League for Nursing Education Summit, Chicago, IL.
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Cooper, D., Hasty, G., Mays, C., & Byrne, B (2018, June). Improving simulation quality through peer review [Poster]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Toronto, Canada.
      • Herrington, A,. & Poore, J. (2018, June). Homegrown solutions [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Toronto, Canada.
      • Stambro, Cooper, et al “Simwars,” Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 16 2018.
      • Cooper, D., Hasty, G., Mays, C., Dwyer, J., Poore, J., Stephenson, E., & Byrne, B. (2018, January). Improving simulation quality through peer review [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles, CA
      • Cooper “Invited Professor Rounds,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles CA, Jan 14 2018.
      • Collins, P., Mays, C.. (2017, July). Untangling the Complexity of Wiring a Simulation Center. [Podium Presentation]. Sim Ops, Lansing, MI.
      • Schneidereith, T., Poore, J., Nye, C., Herrington, A., Morgan, P., & Farina, C. (2017, June). Debriefing 2.0- Finding the missed opportunities for learning [Preconference Workshop]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington DC.
      • Herrington, A., & Poore, J. (2017, June). Homegrown solutions [Podium]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington DC.
      • Stephenson, E., & Poore, J. (2017, June). Real time system quality improvement through simulation [Poster]. The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Washington DC.
      • Poore, J., Stephenson, E., & Scott, P. (2017, January). Interprofessional grand rounds: How we did it [Podium] International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL.
      • Stephenson, E., Poore, J., Mast, J., & Harter, A. (2017, January). Real time system quality improvement through simulation [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL.
      • Dunbar, D., Parrish, K., Poore, J., & Dawson, J (2017, January). Interprofessional debriefing: A tool for recognition and reflection [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL
      • Schroedle, Cooper “Breaking Bad News: An Interprofessional Simulation with Chaplaincy Students, Emergency Medicine Residents and Nursing Students,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando FL, Jan 29 2017.
      • Copper, D., Byrne, B., Dwyer, J., Hasty, G., & Poore, J., Stephenson, E., Turner, J (2107, January). Develop an interprofessional faculty development series [Podium]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL
      • Hayden, Cooper, Salzman, Sande, Thoureen, Laack “Medical School Simulation: Hot Topics,” International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando FL, Jan 31 2017.
      • Cooper “Multi-team Systems,” Simulation Consensus Conference, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Orlando FL, May 16 2017.
      • Cooper “Human Factors and Simulation in Emergency Medicine,” Simulation Consensus Conference, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Orlando FL, May 16 2017.
      • Umoren, Das, R., Gossett, E., Mariner, M., Hodson-Carlton, K., Poore, J., Scott, P., Sweigart, L., & Truman, B. (2017, January). TeamSTEPPS virtual teams enable teamwork training for health professional learners [Innovation Showcase]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL
      • Collins, P., Mays, C.. (2017, January). Untangling the Complexity of Wiring a Simulation Center. [Innovation Showcase]. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL

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