2020 Report on Education
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Achievements and accomplishments

Publications

  • 2019 Best practices on team communication: interprofessional practice in oncology. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 24 (4). July 2010. P. 466- 469. D’Alimonte, L., McLaney, E., & Di Prospero, L. p. 1751-4258
  • 2018 Canadian Association of Perinatal and Women’s Health Nurses Conferece (Ottawa, Ontario). Watson, J., O’Grady Venter, K., McLaney, E & Hermann, S. Learning Together to Change the Health Care Community: Interprofessional Breastfeeding Education for Students in the Health Professions. October 11-13, 2018. Oral presentation.
  • 2018 Canadian Association of Perinatal and Women’s Health Nurses Conference (Ottawa, Ontario). Andrews, L., McLaney, E., & Nicholson, M. An Interprofessional postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) mock code quality initiative using in situ simulation. October 11-13, 2018. Oral presentation.
  • 2018 Canadian Association of Nephrology Nurses and Technologists Conference (Quebec City, Quebec). Hilborn, B., Adamson, M., Phillips, A. M., & McLaney, E. Interprofessional Shadowing Between the Hemodialysis Unit and Laboratory. October 25–27. Poster & Oral presentations.
  • 2018 TOGETHER: Changing YOUR Community and the World - International Lactation Consultant Association Conference (Portland, Oregon). Hermann, S., McLaney, E., Venter, K., & Watson, J. Learning Together to Change the Health Care Community: Interprofessional Breastfeeding Education for Students in the Health Professions. July 18-21, 2018. Oral presentation.
  • Jordan Chenkin, Edgar Hockmann, Tomislav Jelic. Simulator-based training for learning resuscitative transesophageal echocardiography. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2019 Jul;21(4):523-526.
  • Shewaga R, Uribe-Quevedo A, Kapralos B, Lee K, Alam F. (2018). A Serious Game for Anesthesia- Based Crisis Resource Management Training. Computers in Entertainment (CIE) – Special Issue: Deep Learning, Ubiquitous and Toy Computing. 16(2) http://dx.doi.org/0.1145/3180660
  • O’Sullivan B, Alam F, Matava, C. (2018) Creating Low-Cost 360-Degree Virtual Reality Videos for Hospitals: A Technical Paper on the Dos and Don’ts. J. Med Internet Res 20 (7): e239
  • Alam F, LeBlanc V, Baxter A, Tarshis J, Piquette D, Gu Y, Filipkowska C, Krywenky A, Kester-Greene N, Cardinal P, Au S, Lam S, Boet S. Perioperative Anesthesia Clinical Trials Group (2018). Does the age of acute care physicians impact their (1) crisis management performance and (2) learning after simulation-based education? A protocol for a multicentre prospective cohort study in Toronto and Ottawa, Canada. BMJ Open. http://dx.doi. org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-020940
  • Chenkin J, Hockmann E, Jelic T. Simulator-based training for learning resuscitative transesophageal echocardiography. CJEM. 2019 Jul;21(4):523-526. doi: 10.1017/cem.2019.13. Epub 2019 Mar 11. PMID:30854995

Abstract submissions

  • 2019 May 30: Presenter. A brief educational session is effective for teaching emergency medicine residents resuscitative transesophageal echocardiography. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Presenter(s): Jordan Chenkin
  • Costello L, Thomas-Boaz W, Notario L, DeSousa S, Ryzynski A, Kester-Greene N, Filipowska C. Interprofessional Simulation in the Emergency Department: A novel curriculum in procedural skills and interprofessional staff collaboration. Oral Research Presentation at: 7th Annual Sunnybrook Education conference: Nov 30, 2018: Toronto, ON
  • Filipowska C, Clark R, Thomas-Boaz W, Hillier M, Pardhan K, DeSousa S, Ryzynski A, Kester-Greene N, Alsharafi Z. Innovative Use of Simulation to Consolidate Paediatric Didactic Curriculum: A pilot in emergency department continuing medical education. Poster presented at: 7th Annual Sunnybrook Education conference: Nov 30, 2018: Toronto, ON
  • Kester-Greene N, Cocco C, DeSousa S, Thomas- Boaz W, Nathans A, Burgess R, Ramagnano S, Filipowska C, Mazurik. If you Build It They Will Come: Use of live actor patents during a hospital-wide mass casualty simulation exercise to garner institutional commitment to long term drills. Poster presented at: 7th Annual Sunnybrook Education conference: Nov 30, 2018: Toronto, ON

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