Publication Date

5-2018

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Abstract

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

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Critical Care | Medical Education | Pediatrics

Notes

Presented at the 10th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. May 2018.

Guided Mentorship: Enhancing Pediatric Resident’s Skills in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

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