Title: Simulation in pediatric anesthesia

Location: International assembly in pediatric anesthesia; Washington DC

Date: 10/2012

Role: Instructor

Description: Simulation course/workshop to teach crisis management skills to pediatric anesthesiologists.

Time involved: 3 hours of instruction.

Number of students: 30; pediatric anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms.

 

Title: SimLIVE!

Location: American society of anesthesiologists annual meeting; Washington DC

Date: 10/2012

Role: Instructor

Description: Simulation course/workshop to teach crisis management skills anesthesiologists.

Time involved: 3 hours of instruction.

Number of students: 30; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms.

 

 

Title: Videography and multimedia essentials for simulation and medical education

Location: American society of anesthesiologist’s annual meeting; Washington DC and San Francisco, CA

Dates: 2012-Present

Role: Instructor

Description: Course/workshop to teach how to incorporate videography and multimedia into curriculum development and enhance teaching materials.

Time involved: 3 hours of instruction.

Number of students: 30; anesthesiologists and allied health professionals.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms.

Supplement: resources for Ed-tech (webpage)

 

Title: Perioperative anesthesia: A primer for surgeons

Location: Stanford University Department of General Surgery

Date: 4/2013

Role: Lecturer

Description: General surgery resident core lecture

Time involved: 2 hours of preparation; 1 hour lecture

Number of students: 20; PGY 1-5

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: informal verbal feedback.

Supplement: Syllabus

 

Title: Instructor workshop on simulation

Location: Pernambuco society of anesthesiologist’s annual meeting; Recife, Brazil

Dates: 2013

Role: Founder, co-director, and instructor

Description: Simulation instructor course/workshop to teach anesthesiologists to become simulation instructors at their home institutions.

Time involved: 20 hours for development; 5 hours of preparation annually; 16 hours of instruction annually

Number of students: 20; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms, informal feedback from students, invited back annually to deliver course.

Supplement: Curriculum development, instructional strategies, slideset, scenarios (Available on request)

 

Title: Social Learning Theory

Location: Distance learning; Baltimore, MD

Date: 10/2013

Role: Lecturer

Description: Didactic lecture via Voicethread on social learning theory. Delivered during one module in the course titled “Foundation to Innovation: Adult Learning.”

Time involved: 1 hour of preparation; 1 hour of lecturing.

Number of students: 20; Master’s in education students.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms.

Supplement: Slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: The effectiveness of simulation-based deliberate practice on learning a subarachnoid block

Location: Duke University Department of Anesthesia; Durham, NC

Date: 10/2013

Role: Lecturer

Description: Duke research conference lecture

Time involved: 2 hours of preparation; 1 hour lecture

Number of students: 20; Duke anesthesiologists

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: informal verbal feedback.

Supplement: Slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Using deliberate practice to develop your curriculum: an interactive workshop

Location: Simulation summit; Vancouver, BC, Canada

Dates: 11/2013

Role: Co-founder, co-director, and instructor

Description: Course/workshop in developing a curriculum using deliberate practice methodology.

Time involved: 5 hours for development; 2 hours of preparation; 1.5 hours of instruction

Number of students: 30; allied health professionals.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course feedback form, informal feedback from students

 

Title: Critical theory, postmodern, and feminist perspectives

Location: Distance learning; Baltimore, MD

Date: 10/2013

Role: Lecturer

Description: Didactic lecture via Voicethread on critical theory, postmodern, and feminist perspectives. Delivered as one module in the course titled “Foundation to Innovation: Adult Learning.”

Time involved: 2 hour of preparation; 1 hour of lecturing.

Number of students: 20; Master’s in education students.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms.

Supplement: Slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Bringing teaching to life: a simple approach for the busy clinician to create a mini-curricula using mobile simulation technology

Location: International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare; San Francisco, CA

Dates: 2014-Present

Role: Co-director and instructor

Description: Course/workshop in using mobile simulation to develop a mini-curricula for medical professionals

Time involved: 5 hours for development; 2 hours of preparation; 1.5 hours of instruction

Number of students: 30; allied health professionals.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course feedback form.

 

Title: Using portfolios for assessment

Location: Distance learning; Baltimore, MD

Date: 3/2014

Role: Lecturer

Description: Didactic lecture via Voicethread on the use of portfolios for assessment. Delivered during one module in the course titled “Ensuring learning through assessment and feedback.”

Time involved: 3 hour of preparation; 1 hour of lecturing.

Number of students: 20; Master’s in education students.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms.

Supplement: Slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Crisis Management for the Regional Anesthesiologist

Location: American Society of Regional Anesthesiologists annual meeting

Dates: 2014-

Role: Faculty instructor

Description: Simulation course to teach regional anesthesiologists principles of crisis resource management.

Time involved: 5 hours of preparation annually; 8 hours of instruction annually

Number of students: 20; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms, informal feedback from students, invited back annually to deliver course.

 

 

Title: Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Location: St. George's University; Grenada, West Indies

Dates: 10/2014-present

Role: Instructor

Description: ACLS workshop using lectures and simulation.

Time involved: 2 hours of preparation; 18 hours of instruction.

Number of students: 10; allied health professionals.

 

Title: Instructor workshop on simulation

Location: Brazil's National Society of anesthesiologist’s annual meeting; Recife, Brazil

Dates: 2014

Role: Founder, co-director, and instructor

Description: Simulation instructor course/workshop to teach anesthesiologists to become simulation instructors at their home institutions.

Time involved: 10 hours for development; 5 hours of preparation annually; 16 hours of instruction annually

Number of students: 12; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms, informal feedback from students, invited back annually to deliver course.

Supplement: Curriculum development, instructional strategies, slideset, scenarios (Available on request)

 

Title: Deliberate practice using simulation

Location: Brazil's National Society of anesthesiologist’s annual meeting; Recife, Brazil

Dates: 2014

Role: Lecturer and panelist

Time involved: 5 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 50; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Integrating simulation as part of your residency curriculum

Location: Brazil's National Society of anesthesiologist’s annual meeting; Recife, Brazil

Dates: 11/2014

Role: Panelist

Description: Panel discussion on using simulation in anesthesia residency curricula

Time involved: 2 hours of preparation; 1 hours panel discussion.

Number of students: 50; anesthesiologists.

 

Title: Simulation Instructor Workshop

Location: Duke University, Durham, NC

Dates: 12/2014

Role: Founder, co-director, and instructor

Description: Faculty development to teach anesthesiologists to become simulation instructors.

Time involved: 32 hours for development; 5 hours of preparation annually; 16 hours of instruction annually

Number of students: 10; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: informal feedback from students.

Supplement: Curriculum development, instructional strategies, slideset, scenarios (Available on request)

 

Title: Debate on Hot topics in Simulation

Location: Society for Education in Anesthesia Annual Spring meeting; Seattle, WA

Date: 4/2015

Role: Panelist

Description: Interdisciplinary debate between anesthesia and surgical educators about simulation-based education

Time involved: 2 hours of preparation; 1 hour panel discussion.

Number of students: 100; anesthesiologists and surgeons.

 

Title: Interdisciplinary simulation-based CRM training for anesthesia and surgery residents Workshop

Location: Society for Education in Anesthesia Annual Spring meeting; Seattle, WA

Dates: 4/2015

Role: Co-director and instructor

Description: Faculty development to teach surgeons and anesthesia educators how to develop, implement, and debrief IPE simulation.

Time involved: 5 hours for development; 5 hours of instruction

Number of students: 20; anesthesiologists and surgeon educators.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: informal feedback from students.

Supplement: Curriculum development, instructional strategies, slideset, scenarios (Available on request)

 

Title: Is a masters education required to perform educational research?

Location: American Society of Anesthesiologist’s annual meeting; San Diego, CA

Dates: 2015

Role: Panelist

Description: FAER Academy of Education Mentors panel

Time involved: 5 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 50; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: handout, slideset

 

Title: Simulation: Training and taming the three-headed beast

Location: Duke-NUS Academic Medical Education Grand Rounds, Singapore

Dates: 11/2015

Role: Invited Lecturer

Description: How to utilize simulation best to achieve clinical, educational, and research goals in medication education.

Time involved: 5 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 20; faculty educators.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Learning: What works best?

Location: 3rd Duke-Singapore Conference, Singapore

Dates: 11/2015

Role: Faculty lecturer

Description: Provide practical solutions based on educational theory to optimize medical education

Time involved: 2.5 hours for preparation; 0.5 hour of instruction

Number of students: 40; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Technical and non-technical skill training

Location: 3rd Duke-Singapore Conference, Singapore

Dates: 11/2015

Role: Faculty lecturer

Time involved: 2.5 hours for preparation; 0.5 hour of instruction

Number of students: 40; anesthesiologists.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Simulation in anesthesia training: What's new?

Location: American Society of Regional Anesthesiologists annual meeting; New Orleans, LA

Dates: 3/2016

Role: Faculty lecturer

Time involved: 2.5 hours for preparation; 0.5 hour of instruction

Number of students: TBD

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Creating and utilizing an educator's portfolio

Location: 1st Stanford Innovations in Medical Education Conference, Stanford, CA

Dates: 5/2016

Role: Workshop leader

Time involved: 5 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: TBD

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Social media 'likes' healthcare, but is the reverse true?

Location: 18th Annual Duke Anesthesiology Conference, Durham, NC

Dates: 9/2016

Role: Faculty lecturer

Time involved: 5 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: TBD

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Controversies in Perioperative education

Location: 18th Annual Duke Anesthesiology Conference, Durham, NC

Dates: 9/2016

Role: Panel Moderator

Time involved: 2 hours for preparation; 2 hour of instruction

Number of students: TBD

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Keep calm and carry on: Emergency management

Location: 18th Annual Duke Anesthesiology Conference, Durham, NC

Dates: 9/2016

Role: Faculty

Description: Simulation workshop for interprofessional crisis resource management

Time involved: 5 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: TBD

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Social media in healthcare education

Location: UNC-Duke-Wake Forest Pediatric Anesthesiology Conference, Chapel Hill, NC

Dates: 9/2016

Role: Faculty lecturer

Time involved: 5 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: TBD

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Emergency and crisis resource management

Location: Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses Conference, Raleigh, NC

Date: 5/2017

Role: Lecturer

Description: Focused on description of crisis resource management and deliberate non-technical skill development

Time involved: 5 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 35 Nurses

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: An anesthesia educator's guide to July: How to start the year off with a bang!

Location: New York Medical College, Department of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, Valhalla, NY

Dates: 7/2017

Role: Visiting professor and lecturer

Description: A lecture designed to cover evidence-based practices in effective education for anesthesiology residents and fellows

Time involved: 10 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 20 faculty anesthesiologists, 20 trainees

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: An anesthesia educator's guide to effective teaching

Location: Hospital for Special Surgery, Department of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, New York, NY

Dates: 10/2017

Role: Visiting professor and lecturer

Description: A lecture designed to cover evidence-based practices in effective education for anesthesiology residents and fellows

Time involved: 10 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 20 faculty anesthesiologists, 20 trainees

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Simulation: Training and taming the three-headed beast

Location: Anesthesia Resident Lecture Series: Narayana Health, Kolkata, India

Dates: 9/2017

Role: Invited Lecturer

Description: How to utilize simulation best to achieve clinical, educational, and research goals in medication education.

Time involved: 3 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 20; faculty educators.

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: Anesthesia crisis resource management: Essentials for Expertise

Location: 19th Annual Conference of Society of Anesthesiologists of Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal

Date: 3/2018

Role: Invited Lecturer

Description: Focused on description of crisis resource management and deliberate non-technical skill development

Time involved: 3 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 30 Anesthesiologists and trainees

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)

 

Title: The role of implementation science in patient safety

Location: International Anesthesia Research Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL 2018

Dates: 4/2018

Role: Panel Moderator and Panelist

Description: Introduced implementation science and its application to patient safety research and efforts

Time involved: 10 hours for preparation; 1 hour of instruction

Number of students: 35 conference attendees

Evidence for teaching effectiveness: course evaluation forms

Supplement: slideset (Available on request)