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Literature supports multiple aspects ofsimulation-based training1-5to impart technical skills and behavioral skills
Effects of different pedagogies have not been investigated in simulation
Pediatric residents have minimal exposure to pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) due to restrictions in work hours and increasing quality and safety initiatives6
Code LITE(Low-tech, Internal, Training Experience) is a simulation environment for our residents utilizing a guided mentorship approach, known as cognitive apprenticeship
Residents completed pre and post rotation surveys and participating residents were observed during their simulation experience Just-in-time, in-situ simulation program
10 minute specific scenario with 10 minute debriefing session
Interprofessionalteam: nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, attending physicians and pediatric residents
Critical Care | Medical Education | Pediatrics
Stoner, Alyssa; Lewis, Kadriye O.; Flint, Jennifer; Hensley, Shekinah; Lee, Brian; and Miller, Jenna, "Guided Mentorship: Enhancing Pediatric Resident’s Skills in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation" (2018). Posters. 215.
Critical Care Commons, Medical Education Commons, Pediatrics Commons
Presented at the 10th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. May 2018.