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SIM CENTER PUBLISHED ARTICLES, POSTERS AND PRESENTATIONS

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"Teaching TeamSTEPPS through Simulation." Brasswell A, Calzada J, Ross B. Conference panel session. TeamSTEPPS National Conference 2012. Nashville, TN. June 2012. (Link only includes Tulane portion of panel presentation).

"Curriculum Development: It's the Process that Matters." Calzada J, Korndorffer J. Conference workshop. Cincinnati Children's Center for Simulation and Research 2011 Regional Conference: Creating a Culture of Change. Cincinnati, OH. September 2011.

"Root Cause Analysis of Adverse Surgical Outcomes Using Simulation." Korndorffer J, Rennie K, Garstka M, Slakey DP. Poster presentation at the Southeastern Surgical Congress. Chattanooga, TN. February 2011.

"Hitting the Trifecta of Course Production: Lessons Learned in Center-Based, In Situ and Mobile Program Course Delivery." Turner B, Calzada J, Gavilanes J, Nelsen S, Vance S. Meet the SimPro's conference presentation. IMSH (International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare). New Orleans, LA. January 2011.

"Requiring Mastery of Suturing and Knot-Tying in a Surgical Clerkship." Rennie KV, Ikemire P, Korndorffer JR. Podium presentation at the American College of Surgeons 96th Annual Clinical Congress. Washington, DC. October 3-7, 2010.

"Simulation Activities Can Stimulate Learning in a Gross Anatomy Course." Krane NK, Gibson JW, Jerrett D.  Poster presentation at the Southern Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting. Oklahoma City, OK. April 2010.

"Developing Mastery of Suturing and Knot-Tying in the Early Hospital-Baed Training Years." Korndorffer J, Ikemire P, Rennie K. American College of Surgeons Louisiana Chapter Podium Presentation. New Orleans, LA. January 2010. Poster presentation at IMSH Convention. Phoenix, AZ. January 2010.

"The Development of POISE (Patient Outcomes in Simulation Education) A Collaborative Pediatric Simulation Research Network." Kessler D, Krantz A, Santiago K, Kamdar G, Shah N, Weinberg E, Petrescu M, Arteaga G, Haubner L, Strother C, Lindower J, Rocker J, Miller M, Johnston L, Auerbach M. Poster presentation at IMSH Convention. Phoenix, AZ. January 2010.

"Simulation Training During Medical School for Pediatric Procedures: a Multi-Center Descriptive Study." Kessler D.O., Krantz A, Santiago K, Kamdar G, Weinberg E, Petrescu M, Arteaga G, Haubner L, Strother C, Lindower J, Rocker J, Miller M, Foltin J, Auerbach M. Poster presentation at IMSH Convention. Phoenix, AZ. January 2010.

"Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency Training Example." (VIDEO FILE) Korndorffer J, Calzada J. Video presentation at IMSH (International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare). Phoenix, AZ. January 2010.

"Assessment of Inter-Professional Education in Patient Safety Using TeamSTEPPS Training." Krane NK, Gibson JW. Oral presentation at the Research in Medical Education Meeting at the AAMC. Boston, MA. November 2009. Presentation at Training All Together Better Health 5 International Interprofessional Conference. Sydney, Australia. April 2010.

"Moving from 0 to 60 in One Short Year: Tulane's TeamSTEPPS Initiative." Krane NK, Preiksaitis R. Poster presentation at National TeamSTEPPS Meeting. Omaha, NE. June 2009.

"Integration of Teamwork in the Interprofessional Setting." Baum K, Krane NK, Garber J, Uden D. Discussion group presented at Building Bridges Between Interprofessional Education and Practice. Halifax, Nova Scotia. May 2009.

"Interprofessional Education of Healthcare Students." Krane NK, Gibson, JW. Oral presentation at SGEA (Southern Group on Educational Affairs) Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. April 2009.

"Team Training and TeamSTEPPS: How Does a Newcomer Start?" Krane NK. Invited speaker at 2nd Annual TeamSTEPPS Collaborative: Interdisciplinary Teamwork Training for the Healthcare Profession. Durham, NC. March 17-18, 2008

Limited feedback and video tutorials optimize learning and resource utilization during laparoscopic simulator training. Stefanidis D, Korndorffer JR Jr, Heniford BT, Scott DJ. Surgery 142(2):202-6; August 2007

Closing the gap in operative performance between novices and experts: does harder mean better for laparoscopic simulator training? Stefanidis D, Korndorffer JR Jr, Markley S, Sierra R, Heniford BT, Scott DJ. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 205(2):307-13; August 2007

Psychomotor testing predicts rate of skill acquisition for proficiency-based laparoscopic skills training. Stefanidis D, Korndorffer JR Jr, Black FW, Dunne JB, Sierra R, Touchard CL, Rice DA, Markert RJ, Kastl PR, Scott DJ. Surgery 140(2):252-62; August 2006

Laparoscopic skills laboratories: current assessment and a call for resident training standards. Korndorffer JR Jr, Stefanidis D, Scott DJ. American Journal of Surgery 191(1):17-22; January 2006

Construct and face validity of MIST-VR, Endotower, and CELTS: are we ready for skills assessment using simulators? Maithel S, Sierra R, Korndorffer J, Neumann P, Dawson S, Callery M, Jones D, Scott D. Surgical Endoscopy 20(1):104-12; January 2006

Simulator training for laparoscopic suturing using performance goals translates to the operating room. Korndorffer JR Jr, Dunne JB, Sierra R, Stefanidis D, Touchard CL, Scott DJ. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 201(1):23-9; July 2005

Development and transferability of a cost-effective laparoscopic camera navigation simulator.Korndorffer JR Jr, Hayes DJ, Dunne JB, Sierra R, Touchard CL, Markert RJ, Scott DJ. Surgical Endoscopy 19(2):161-7; February 2005

 

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