Simulation- May 2014

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Table of Contents

High Level Evidence. 

Human Factors. 

Medical Debriefing. 

Medical Errors & Patient Safety. 

Simulation & Medical Training. 

Team Training. 

HEFT Libraries-Good Hope, Heartlands and Solihull 

 

High Level Evidence

GURUSAMY KURINCHI, S., NAGENDRAN, M., TOON CLARE, D. and DAVIDSON BRIAN, R., 2014. Laparoscopic surgical box model training for surgical trainees with limited prior laparoscopic experience. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (3) Full Text 

NAGENDRAN, M., GURUSAMY KURINCHI, S., AGGARWAL, R., LOIZIDOU, M. and DAVIDSON BRIAN, R., 2013. Virtual reality training for surgical trainees in laparoscopic surgery. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (8) Full Text

Human Factors

AL-MEHDI, A.B., 2014. Human simulation exercises help improve medical pharmacology learning. FASEB Journal, 28(1), Full Text

CARAYON, P., WETTERNECK, T.B., RIVERA-RODRIGUEZ, A.J., HUNDT, A.S., HOONAKKER, P., HOLDEN, R. and GURSES, A.P. 2014. Human factors systems approach to healthcare quality and patient safetyApplied Ergonomics,45(1), pp. 14-25.

CARAYON, P., XIE, A. and KIANFAR, S., 2014. Human factors and ergonomics as a patient safety practiceBMJ Quality & Safety, 23(3), pp. 196-205. Full Text

CARLSON, J.M., ALDERSON, D.L., STROMBERG, S.P., BASSETT, D.S., CRAPARO, E.M., GUITERREZ-VILLARREAL, F. and OTANI, T., 2014. Measuring and modelling behavioural decision dynamics in collective evacuationPLoS ONE, 9(2), Full Text

CATCHPOLE, K., 2013. Spreading human factors expertise in healthcare: untangling the knots in people and systemsBMJ Quality & Safety, 22(10), pp. 793-7. Full Text

CHASE, A.R., BAILEY, C.S.M., FLINT, S., MATTHEWS, M., MORAN, E.L.K., DATTA, D. and MORAN, A.P.M., 2013. Innovation and obstetric simulation: Setting up Human Factors training in obstetrics, trials and tribulationsBJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 120, pp. 590-591. Full Text

CHASE, A.R., BAILEY, C.S.M., FLINT, S., MATTHEWS, M., MORAN, E.L.K., DATTA, D. and MORAN, P., 2013. Human factors obstetric simulation course: What do trainees thinkBJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 120. Full Text

HENRIKSEN, K. and BRADY, J., 2013. The pursuit of better diagnostic performance: A human factors perspectiveBMJ Quality and Safety, 22, pp. ii1-ii5
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HIGNETT, S., CARAYON, P., BUCKLE, P. and CATCHPOLE, K., 2013. State of science: human factors and ergonomics in healthcareErgonomics, 56(10), pp. 1491-503.

JONES, M., BURNAND, H., MUTIMER, J., LONGMAN, R. and MITCHELL, S., 2013. Human factors training for core surgical trainees: The severn experienceInternational Journal of Surgery, 11(8), Full Text

MORGAN, B., D'MELLO, S., ABBOTT, R., RADVANSKY, G., HAASS, M. and TAMPLIN, A. 2013. Individual differences in multitasking ability and adaptabilityHuman factors, 55(4), pp. 776-788.

PETROSONIAK, A. and HICKS, C.M., 2013. Beyond crisis resource management: New frontiers in human factors training for acute care medicine. Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology, 26(6), pp. 699-706.

RUSS, A.L., FAIRBANKS, R.J., KARSH, B.T., MILITELLO, L.G., SALEEM, J.J. and WEARS, R.L., 2013. The science of human factors: separating fact from fiction. BMJ Quality & Safety, 22(10), pp. 802-8. Full Text

SCHWARZENBACH, F., TRONG, M.D., GRANGE, L., LAURENT, P.E., ABRY, H., COTTEN, J. and GRANGER, C., 2014. Results of a human factors experiment of the usability and patient acceptance of a new autoinjector in patients with rheumatoid arthritisPatient Preference and Adherence, 8, pp. 199-209. Full Text.

WAHR, J.A., PRAGER, R.L., ABERNATHY, J.H.,3RD, MARTINEZ, E.A., SALAS, E., SEIFERT, P.C., GROOM, R.C., SPIESS, B.D., SEARLES, B.E., SUNDT, T.M.,3RD, SANCHEZ, J.A., SHAPPELL, S.A., CULIG, M.H., LAZZARA, E.H., FITZGERALD, D.C., THOURANI, V.H., EGHTESADY, P., IKONOMIDIS, J.S., ENGLAND, M.R., SELLKE, F.W., NUSSMEIER, N.A. and AMERICAN, H.,RESEARCH, 2013. Patient safety in the cardiac operating room: human factors and teamwork: a scientific statement from the American Heart AssociationCirculation, 128(10), pp. 1139-69. Full Text.

WEINGER, M.B. and GABA, D.M., 2014. Human factors engineering in patient safety.  Anesthesiology,120(4), pp. 801-6
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Medical Debriefing

BOET, S., DYLAN, M., SHARMA, B., REVEES, S., NAIK, V.N., TRIBY, E. and GRANTCHAROV, T., 2013. Within-team debriefing versus instructor-led debriefing for simulation-based education: A randomized controlled trial. Annals of Surgery, 258(1), pp. 53-58. Full Text

CHUNG, H.S., DIECKMANN, P. and ISSENBERG, S.B., 2013. It is time to consider cultural differences in debriefingSimulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Medical Simulation, 8(3), pp. 166-70. Full Text

EDELSON, D.P. and LAFOND, C.M., 2013. Deconstructing debriefing for simulation-based education. JAMA Pediatrics, 167(6), pp. 586-587.

GARDNER, R., 2013. Introduction to debriefingSeminars in perinatology, 37(3), pp. 166-74. Full Text

GUINEA, S., CLARKSON, G., LIVESAY, K. and WORME, T., 2014. Exploring the benefits of a validated nursing framework for post-simulation debriefing for undergraduate midwifery and paramedicine studentsAustralasian Journal of Paramedicine, 11(1), pp. 16-17. [Conference Abstracts]

HUSEBO, S.E., DIECKMANN, P., RYSTEDT, H., SOREIDE, E. and FRIBERG, F., 2013. The relationship between facilitators' questions and the level of reflection in postsimulation debriefing. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Medical Simulation, 8(3), pp. 135-42. Full Text

LAVOIE, P., PEPIN, J. and BOYER, L., 2013. Reflective debriefing to promote novice nurses' clinical judgment after high-fidelity clinical simulation: a pilot testDynamics (Pembroke, Ont.), 24(4), pp. 36-41. Full Text

PARRY, T., STAHMER, C. and JOSEPHSON, E., 2013. The "bird's eye view": A novel use of video assisted debriefing in medical simulationAnnals of Emergency Medicine, 62(5), Full Text
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Medical Errors & Patient Safety

BMJ Quality and Safety have published a conference supplement on diagnostic errors. Some articles are listed below, but you can access the whole article in the October 2013 issue by clicking here and logging in with your Athens password.

ADHIKARI, N.K., 2013. Patient safety without borders: measuring the global burden of adverse eventsBMJ Quality & Safety, 22(10), pp. 798-801. Full Text

AGENCY FOR HEALTHCARE RESEARCH AND QUALITY, 2012. Never EventsPatient Safety Primers,

ANDERSON, O., DAVIS, R., HANNA, G.B. and VINCENT, C.A., 2013. Surgical adverse events: a systematic reviewAmerican Journal of Surgery, 206(2), pp. 253-262.

BERDOT, S., GILLAIZEAU, F., CARUBA, T., PROGNON, P., DURIEUX, P. and SABATIER, B., 2013. Drug administration errors in hospital inpatients: a systematic review. PLoS ONE, 8(6), Full Text.

BONKOWSKI, J., CARNES, C., MELUCCI, J., MIRTALLO, J., PRIER, B., REICHERT, E., MOFFATT-BRUCE, S. and WEBER, R., 2013. Effect of barcode-assisted medication administration on emergency department medication errorsAcademic Emergency Medicine, 20(8), pp. 801-6. Full Text

BONRATH, E.M., DEDY, N.J., ZEVIN, B. and GRANTCHAROV, T.P., 2013. Defining technical errors in laparoscopic surgery: a systematic reviewSurgical endoscopy, 27(8), pp. 2678-91. Full Text

BRILLI, R.J., MCCLEAD, R.E.,JR, CRANDALL, W.V., STOVEROCK, L., BERRY, J.C., WHEELER, T.A. and DAVIS, J.T., 2013. A comprehensive patient safety program can significantly reduce preventable harm, associated costs, and hospital mortalityJournal of Pediatrics, 163(6), pp. 1638-45 Full Text

BUCKLEY, M.S., HARINSTEIN, L.M., CLARK, K.B., SMITHBURGER, P.L., ECKHARDT, D.J., ALEXANDER, E., DEVABHAKTHUNI, S., WESTLEY, C.A., DAVID, B. and KANE-GILL, S.L., 2013. Impact of a clinical pharmacy admission medication reconciliation program on medication errors in "high-risk" patientsAnnals of Pharmacotherapy, 47(12), pp. 1599-610

CARAYON, P., WETTERNECK, T.B., CARTMILL, R., BLOSKY, M.A., BROWN, R., KIM, R., KUKREJA, S., JOHNSON, M., PARIS, B., WOOD, K.E. and WALKER, J., 2014. Characterising the complexity of medication safety using a human factors approach: an observational study in two intensive care units. BMJ Quality & Safety, 23(1), pp. 56-65 Full Text

CHEUNG, K.C., VAN, W.,VEEN, BOUVY, M.L., WENSING, M., VAN, P.M.,PM and DE, P.A.,PA, 2014. Classification of medication incidents associated with information technologyJournal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 21, pp. e63-70. Full Text

COMMERS, T., SWINDELLS, S., SAYLES, H., GROSS, A.E., DEVETTEN, M. and SANDKOVSKY, U., 2014. Antiretroviral medication prescribing errors are common with hospitalization of HIV-infected patients. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 69(1), pp. 262-7. Full Text

COOPER, M.A., IBRAHIM, A., LYU, H. and MAKARY, M.A., 2013. Underreporting of Robotic Surgery ComplicationsJournal for Healthcare Quality, Epub.

DOUMOURAS, A., KESHET, I., AHMED, N. and HICKS, C., 2013. Trauma nontechnical (TNT) training: piloting and assessment of a novel, interprofessional, simulation-based nontechnical skills curriculum for trauma resuscitationCanadian Journal of Emergency Medicine, 15, Suppl 1 Full Text

EL-KAREH, R., HASAN, O. and SCHIFF, G.D., 2013. Use of health information technology to reduce diagnostic errorsBMJ Quality & Safety, 22 Suppl 2, pp. ii40-ii51 Full Text

FOWLER, A.J., 2013. A Review of Recent Advances in Perioperative Patient SafetyAnnals of Medicine and Surgery, 2(1), pp. 10-14 Full Text

FRANKLIN, B.D., REYNOLDS, M., SADLER, S., HIBBERD, R., AVERY, A.J., ARMSTRONG, S.J., MEHTA, R., BOYD, M.J. and BARBER, N., 2014. The effect of the electronic transmission of prescriptions on dispensing errors and prescription enhancements made in English community pharmacies: a naturalistic stepped wedge study. BMJ quality & safety, Epub

GABLE, B.D., GARDNER, A.K., CELIK, D.H., BHALLA, M.C. and AHMED, R.A., 2014. Improving bariatric patient transport and care with simulation. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 15(2), pp. 199-204 Full Text

GIARDINA, T.D., KING, B.J., IGNACZAK, A.P., PAULL, D.E., HOEKSEMA, L., MILLS, P.D., NEILY, J., HEMPHILL, R.R. and SINGH, H., 2013. Root cause analysis reports help identify common factors in delayed diagnosis and treatment of outpatients. Health affairs, 32(8), pp. 1368-75.

GILBAR, P.J., 2013. Intrathecal Chemotherapy: Potential for Medication ErrorCancer nursing, .

GORDON, M., 2013. Non-technical skills training to enhance patient safetyThe clinical teacher,10(3), pp. 170-175.

GRABER, M.L., 2013. The incidence of diagnostic error in medicineBMJ Quality & Safety, 22 Suppl 2, pp. ii21-ii27. Full Text.

JHA, A.K., LARIZGOITIA, I., AUDERA-LOPEZ, C., PRASOPA-PLAIZIER, N., WATERS, H. and BATES, D.W., 2013. The global burden of unsafe medical care: analytic modelling of observational studies. BMJ Quality & Safety, 22(10), pp. 809-15 Full Text

JOFFE, E., TURLEY, J.P., HWANG, K.O., JOHNSON, T.R., JOHNSON, C.W. and BERNSTAM, E.V., 2014. Errors in after-hours phone consultations: a simulation studyBMJ quality & safety, 23(5), pp. 398-405

JOHNSON, A.L., JUNG, L., BROWN, K.C., WEAVER, M.T. and RICHARDS, K.C., 2014. Sleep deprivation and error in nurses who work the night shiftJournal of Nursing Administration, 44(1), pp. 17-22

JUDSON, T.J., HOWELL, M.D., GUGLIELMI, C., CANACARI, E. and SANDS, K., 2013. Miscount incidents: a novel approach to exploring risk factors for unintentionally retained surgical itemsJoint Commission Journal on Quality & Patient Safety, 39(10), pp. 468-74.

KEERS, R.N., WILLIAMS, S.D., COOKE, J. and ASHCROFT, D.M., 2013. Causes of medication administration errors in hospitals: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidenceDrug Safety, 36(11), pp. 1045-67       Full Text

KING, A., HOLDER, M.G. and AHMED, R.A., 2013. Errors as allies: Error management training in health professions educationBMJ Quality and Safety, 22(6), pp. 516-519 Full Text

KUNG, A. and PRATT, S.D., 2014. Patient safety in obstetrics and obstetric anesthesiaInternational anesthesiology clinics, 52(2), pp. 86-110

LEE, C.S., NAGY, P.G., WEAVER, S.J. and NEWMAN-TOKER, D.E., 2013. Cognitive and system factors contributing to diagnostic errors in radiologyAJR.American Journal of Roentgenology, 201(3), pp. 611-7. Full Text

LIOU, T.N. and NUSSENBAUM, B., 2014. Wrong site surgery in otolaryngology-head and neck surgeryLaryngoscope, 124(1), pp. 104-9

MAMEDE, S., VAN GOG, T., VAN DEN BERGE, K., VAN SAASE, J.L. and SCHMIDT, H.G., 2014. Why do doctors make mistakes? A study of the role of salient distracting clinical featuresAcademic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 89(1), pp. 114-120.

MANIAS, E., 2013. Detection of medication-related problems in hospital practice: a reviewBritish journal of clinical pharmacology, 76(1), pp. 7-20

MARKS, C.M., KASDA, E., PAINE, L. and WU, A.W., 2013. "That was a close call": endorsing a broad definition of near misses in health careJoint Commission Journal on Quality & Patient Safety,39(10), pp. 475-9.

MARTINEZ, W. and LEHMANN, L.S., 2013. The "hidden curriculum" and residents' attitudes about medical error disclosure: comparison of surgical and nonsurgical residentsJournal of the American College of Surgeons, 217(6), pp. 1145-50 Full Text

MCDONALD, K.M., BRYCE, C.L. and GRABER, M.L., 2013. The patient is in: patient involvement strategies for diagnostic error mitigationBMJ Quality & Safety, 22 Suppl 2, pp. ii33-ii39 Full Text

MHRA, 2013. Improving medical device incident reporting and learning: DRAFT.

MHRA, 2013. Improving medication error incident reporting and learning: DRAFT. 

MORVAY, S., LEWE, D., STEWART, B., CATT, C., MCCLEAD, R.E.,JR and BRILLI, R.J., 2014. Medication event huddles: a tool for reducing adverse drug eventsJoint Commission journal on quality and patient safety / Joint Commission Resources, 40(1), pp. 39-45.

NGUYEN, H.T., PHAM, H.T., VO, D.K., NGUYEN, T.D., VAN, E.R.,ER, HAAIJER-RUSKAMP, F.M. and TAXIS, K., 2014. The effect of a clinical pharmacist-led training programme on intravenous medication errors: a controlled before and after studyBMJ Quality & Safety, 23(4), pp. 319-24. Full Text

PEREZ, B., KNYCH, S.A., WEAVER, S.J., LIBERMAN, A., ABEL, E.M., OETJEN, D. and WAN, T.T., 2014. Understanding the barriers to physician error reporting and disclosure: a systemic approach to a systemic problemJournal of patient safety, 10(1), pp. 45-51.

PUCHER, P.H., AGGARWAL, R., TWAIJ, A., BATRICK, N., JENKINS, M. and DARZI, A., 2013. Identifying and addressing preventable process errors in trauma careWorld journal of surgery,37(4), pp. 752-8. Full Text

RABAN, M.Z. and WESTBROOK, J.I., 2014. Are interventions to reduce interruptions and errors during medication administration effective?: a systematic reviewBMJ Quality & Safety, 23(5), pp. 414-21. Full Text

SCHIFF, G.D., 2014. Diagnosis and diagnostic errors: time for a new paradigmBMJ Quality & Safety,23(1), pp. 1-3. Full Text

SEARS, K., O'BRIEN-PALLAS, L., STEVENS, B. and MURPHY, G.T., 2013. The relationship between the nursing work environment and the occurrence of reported paediatric medication administration errors: a pan canadian studyJournal of pediatric nursing, 28(4), pp. 351-6.

SEIBERT, H.H., MADDOX, R.R., FLYNN, E.A. and WILLIAMS, C.K., 2014. Effect of barcode technology with electronic medication administration record on medication accuracy ratesAmerican Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, 71(3), pp. 209-18      Full Text

SINGH, H., 2013. Diagnostic errors: moving beyond 'no respect' and getting ready for prime time. BMJ Quality & Safety, 22(10), pp. 789-92. Full Text

SINSKY, C.A. and BEASLEY, J.W., 2013. Texting while doctoring: a patient safety hazardAnnals of Internal Medicine, 159(11), pp. 782-783.

SLAKEY, D.P., SIMMS, E.R., RENNIE, K.V., GARSTKA, M.E. and KORNDORFFER, J.R.,JR, 2014. Using simulation to improve root cause analysis of adverse surgical outcomesInternational Journal for Quality in Health Care, 26(2), pp. 144-50. Full Text

STARMER, A.J., SECTISH, T.C., SIMON, D.W., KEOHANE, C., MCSWEENEY, M.E., CHUNG, E.Y., YOON, C.S., LIPSITZ, S.R., WASSNER, A.J., HARPER, M.B. and LANDRIGAN, C.P., 2013. Rates of medical errors and preventable adverse events among hospitalized children following implementation of a resident handoff bundleJAMA: the journal of the American Medical Association, 310(21), pp. 2262-2270.

THOMPSON, D.A., MARSTELLER, J.A., PRONOVOST, P.J., GURSES, A., LUBOMSKI, L.H., GOESCHEL, C.A., GOSBEE, J.W., WAHR, J. and MARTINEZ, E.A., 2014. Locating Errors Through Networked Surveillance: A Multimethod Approach to Peer Assessment, Hazard Identification, and Prioritization of Patient Safety Efforts in Cardiac SurgeryJournal of patient safety, Epub.

VALENTIN, A., 2013. Approaches to decreasing medication and other care errors in the ICUCurrent opinion in critical care, 19(5), pp.474-9.

WEERAKKODY, R.A., CHESHIRE, N.J., RIGA, C., LEAR, R., HAMADY, M.S., MOORTHY, K., DARZI, A.W., VINCENT, C. and BICKNELL, C.D., 2013. Surgical technology and operating-room safety failures: a systematic review of quantitative studiesBMJ Quality & Safety, 22(9), pp. 710-8. Full Text

WOODFIELD, G., O'SULLIVAN, M., HADDINGTON, N. and STANTON, A., 2014. Using simulation for prescribing: an evaluationThe clinical teacher, 11(1), pp. 24-28 Full Text

Simulation & Medical Training

AHMED, A., MOORE, H., PURVA, M. and CLARK, S., 2013. What do senior paediatric trainees want from simulation in Yorkshire? Training needs assessment survey. Archives of Disease in Childhood: Education and Practice Edition, 98, pp. A11-A12. Full Text

AL-RASHEED, R.S., DEVINE, J., DUNBAR-VIVEIROS, J.A., JONES, M.S., DANNECKER, M., MACHAN, J.T., JAY, G.D. and KOBAYASHI, L., 2013. Simulation intervention with manikin-based objective metrics improves CPR instructor chest compression performance skills without improvement in chest compression assessment skillsSimulation in Healthcare: The Journal of The Society for Medical Simulation, 8(4), pp. 242-52. Full Text

AMIN, H.J., AZIZ, K., HALAMEK, L.P. and BERAN, T.N., 2013. Simulation-based learning combined with debriefing: trainers satisfaction with a new approach to training the trainers to teach neonatal resuscitationBMC Research Notes, 6 Full Text

BARSUK, J.H., COHEN, E.R., POTTS, S., DEMO, H., GUPTA, S., FEINGLASS, J., MCGAGHIE, W.C. and WAYNE, D.B., 2014. Dissemination of a simulation-based mastery learning intervention reduces central line-associated bloodstream infectionsBMJ quality & safety, Epub ahead of print.

BLUM, T., RIEGER, A., NAVAB, N., FRIESS, H. and MARTIGNONI, M., 2013. A review of computer-based simulators for ultrasound trainingSimulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 8(2), pp. 98-108 Full Text [Ovid Link]

BREWIN, J., AHMED, K. and CHALLACOMBE, B., 2014. An update and review of simulation in urological trainingInternational Journal of Surgery, 12(2), pp. 103-108 Full Text

BUCKLEY, C.E., KAVANAGH, D.O., TRAYNOR, O. and NEARY, P.C., 2014. Is the skillset obtained in surgical simulation transferable to the operating theatre? American Journal of Surgery, 207(1), pp. 146-57 Full Text

CHANG, E., 2013. The role of simulation training in obstetrics: A healthcare training strategy dedicated to performance improvementCurrent Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 25(6), pp. 482-486.

CHENG, A., HUNT, E.A., DONOGHUE, A., NELSON-MCMILLAN, K., NISHISAKI, A., LEFLORE, J., EPPICH, W., MOYER, M., BRETT-FLEEGLER, M., KLEINMAN, M., ANDERSON, J., ADLER, M., BRAGA, M., KOST, S., STRYJEWSKI, G., MIN, S., PODRAZA, J., LOPREIATO, J., HAMILTON, M.F., STONE, K., REID, J., HOPKINS, J., MANOS, J., DUFF, J., RICHARD, M. and NADKARNI, V.M., 2013. Examining pediatric resuscitation education using simulation and scripted debriefing: A multicenter randomized trial. JAMA Pediatrics, 167(6), pp. 528-536

CHINIARA, G., COLE, G., BRISBIN, K., HUFFMAN, D., CRAGG, B., LAMACCHIA, M., NORMAN, D. and CANADIAN, N.,GROUP, 2013. Simulation in healthcare: a taxonomy and a conceptual framework for instructional design and media selection. Medical teacher, 35(8), pp. e1380-95.

DANGAYACH, N.S., CAPPERT, M., PATEL, P., LAHIRI, S., FOWLER, D., MAYER, S., CLAASSEN, J. and AGARWAL, S., 2013. High-fidelity simulation versus traditional didactic techniques for teaching neurological emergencies to neurology residents: A randomized controlled studyNeurocritical Care,19(1), Full Text

DASGUPTA, D., MITCHELL, S. and DIMMOCK, V., 2013. A novel simulation based teaching program for geriatric medicine specialist trainees in north Thames. Age & Aging, 42(suppl 2), Full Text

DEHABADI, M., FERNANDO, B. and BERLINGIERI, P., 2014. The use of simulation in the acquisition of laparoscopic suturing skillsInternational Journal of Surgery, 12(4), pp. 258-268 Full Text

DILAVERI, C.A., SZOSTEK, J.H., WANG, A.T. and COOK, D.A., 2013. Simulation training for breast and pelvic physical examination: A systematic review and meta-analysisBJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 120(10), pp. 1171-1182.

FUNG, L., BOET, S., QOSA, H., TAVARES, W.T., PERRIER, L., TRICCO, A., REEVES, S. and BOULD, D., 2013. The impact of simulation-based crisis resource management training: A systematic review. Canadian Journal of Anesthesia, 60(1), [Poster Abstract]

GOFFMAN, D., COLLEEN, L. and BERNSTEIN, P.S., 2013. Simulation in maternal-fetal medicine: making a case for the needSeminars in perinatology, 37(3), pp. 140-2 Full Text

GOMEZ, E.D., MCMAHAN, W., HASHIMOTO, D.A., BRZEZINSKI, A., BARK, K., DUMON, K.R., LEE, D.I., WILLIAMS, N.N. and KUCHENBECKER, K.J., 2013. Haptic feedback of instrument vibrations improves performance during robotic surgical simulation: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 217(3), pp. S65-S66 Full Text

GREEN, R., 2013. Improving the management of major haemorrhage by junior doctors using simulation teachingTransfusion Medicine, 23 [Conference Abstract]

GROVER, S.C., GARG, A., YU, J.J., RAMSAROOP, A., GRANTCHAROV, T. and WALSH, C.M., 2014. A prospective, randomized, blinded trial of curriculum-based simulation training in colonoscopy as a means to enhance both technical and non-technical skills. Gastrointestinal endoscopy, 79(5), Full Text

GUISE, J.M. and MLADENOVIC, J., 2013. In situ simulation: Identification of systems issues. Seminars in perinatology, 37(3), pp. 161-165. Full Text

HALLIKAINEN, J. and NIEMI-MUROLA, L., 2013. High-fidelity simulation in clinical education of emergency medicine and anaesthesiology: Systematic reviewActa Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica, Supplement, 57. [Poster Abstract]

HOLST, D., WHITE, L., BRAND, T., HARPER, J. and LENDVAY, T., 2014. Crowd-sourced assessment of technical skills (C-sats): An adjunct to urology resident simulation trainingJournal of Urology,191(4), Full Text [Conference Abstract]

HORCIK, Z., SAVOLDELLI, G., POIZAT, G. and DURAND, M., 2014. A phenomenological approach to novice nurse anesthetists' experience during simulation-based training sessionsSimulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 9(2), pp. 94-101

JHAMB, B.J., 2013. Simulation based learning in obstetric emergencies: Past, present and future. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 120. [Poster Abstract]

KAPOOR, A., MIRELES, E., CHATBURN, R., ASHTON, R., KRISHNAN, S., DUGGAL, A. and RATHZ, D., 2014. Simulation training results in improved knowledge about intubation policies and procedures. Chest, 145(3), [Poster Abstract]

KENNEDY, C.C., CANNON, E.K., WARNER, D.O. and COOK, D.A., 2014. Advanced airway management simulation training in medical education: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Critical Care Medicine, 42(1), pp. 169-178. Full Text

KUMAR, A., KILKENNY, C., JOHNSON, S., VILLARD, P.F. and GOULD, D., 2013. Validation of ImaGINe-S; a novel, virtual, interventional radiology simulationCardiovascular and interventional radiology, 36. [Poster abstract]

LARSEN, P., STODDART, H. and GRIESS, M., 2014. Ophthalmoscopy using an eye simulator model. The clinical teacher, 11(2), pp. 99-103

LORELLO, G.R., COOK, D.A., JOHNSON, R.L. and BRYDGES, R., 2014. Simulation-based training in anaesthesiology: A systematic review and meta-analysis. British journal of anaesthesia, 112(2), pp. 231-245 Full Text

LOVE, S., SEPEHRIPOUR, A. and MCCORMACK, D., 2013. A new national introductory simulation based course for ST3 level cardiothoracic surgical trainees. International Journal of Surgery, 11(8), [Conference Abstract]

MADAN, S.S. and PAI, D.R., 2014. Role of simulation in arthroscopy trainingSimulation in healthcare: journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 9(2), pp. 127-135. Full Text [Ovid Link]

MUNDELL, W.C., KENNEDY, C.C., SZOSTEK, J.H. and COOK, D.A., 2013. Simulation technology for resuscitation training: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Resuscitation, 84(9), pp. 1174-1183 Full Text

NITSCHE, J.F. and BROST, B.C., 2013. The use of simulation in maternal-fetal medicine procedure training. Seminars in perinatology, 37(3), pp. 189-98. Full Text

OLSBURGH, J., ATALAR, K., CARVALHO, C., BARRON, J. and BANGA, N., 2013. Simulation training for transplant surgeons-developing a multi-factorial training programTransplant International, 26. [Conference Abstract]

PARK, C.S., STOJILJKOVIC, L., MILICIC, B., LIN, B.F. and DROR, I.E., 2014. Training induces cognitive bias: the case of a simulation-based emergency airway curriculum. Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 9(2), pp. 85-93.

PARSONS, J.R., 2013. Crisis resource management curriculum for emergency medicine residents using simulation. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 62(4), Full Text

PUCHER, P.H., DARZI, A. and AGGARWAL, R., 2014. Development of an evidence-based curriculum for training of ward-based surgical careAmerican Journal of Surgery, 207(2), pp. 213-7 Full Text

PUCHER, P.H., SINGH, P., SRISATKUNAM, T., TWAIJ, A., DARZI, A.W. and AGGARWAL, R., 2013. Ward simulation improves surgical ward round performance: A randomised controlled trial of a simulation-based curriculumJournal of the American College of Surgeons, 217(3), pp. S122-S123. Full Text

ROSS, A.J., ANDERSON, J.E., KODATE, N., THOMAS, L., THOMPSON, K., THOMAS, B., KEY, S., JENSEN, H., SCHIFF, R. and JAYE, P., 2013. Simulation training for improving the quality of care for older people: An independent evaluation of an innovative programme for interprofessional education. BMJ Quality and Safety, 22(6), pp. 495-505 Full Text

SCHUMACHER, K., GKIOUGKI, E., MARINI, T., HOGGE, L. and SEGHAYE, M., 2014. High fidelity simulation is useful to improve resuscitation skills in paediatric cardiologyActa Cardiologica, 68(1), pp. 74-75 [Poster Abstract]

SHAH, A., CARTER, T., KUWANI, T. and SHARPE, R., 2013. Simulation to develop tomorrow's medical registrar. The clinical teacher, 10(1), pp. 42-46.

SPRINGER, R., MAH, J., SHUSDOCK, I., BRAUTIGAM, R., DONAHUE, S. and BUTLER, K., 2013. Simulation training in critical care: Does practice make perfect? Surgery (United States), 154(2), pp. 345-350 Full Text

STRANDBYGAARD, J., BJERRUM, F., MAAGAARD, M., WINKEL, P., LARSEN, C.R., RINGSTED, C., GLUUD, C., GRANTCHAROV, T., OTTESEN, B. and SORENSEN, J.L., 2013. Instructor feedback versus no instructor feedback on performance in a laparoscopic virtual reality simulator: a randomized trial. Annals of Surgery, 257(5), pp. 839-44 Full Text

TSITSIAS, T., ANNAMANENI, R., MOLYNEUX, M., KALKAT, M.S. and RATHINAM, S., 2013. Simulation of crisis management in thoracic emergencies. Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery, 17 [Conference Abstract]

UNTERMAN, A., ACHIRON, A., GAT, I., TAVOR, O. and ZIV, A., 2014. A novel simulation-based training program to improve clinical teaching and mentoring skillsIsrael Medical Association Journal,16(3), pp. 184-190 Full Text

VEDWAN, J., VAUGHTON, A., EVERETT, T. and JEE, R., 2013. Theatre simulation training for management of local anaesthetic toxicity. Regional anesthesia and pain medicine, 38(5),.

WANG, L., MARK, D., FLEMING, M., ZAMORA, J., BURJORJEE, J., MCMULLEN, M. and SYDOR, D., 2014. Simulation of intraoperative pacemaker failure. Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 9(2), pp. 141-147.

ZELNICK, L., COHEN, S., GANG, M. and SMELTZ, R., 2014. Goals of care discussion and withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment using high fidelity simulation. Journal of pain and symptom management,47(2), Full Text

Team Training

ABDELSHEHID, C.S., QUACH, S., NELSON, C., GRAVERSEN, J., LUSCH, A., ZARRAGA, J., ALIPANAH, R., LANDMAN, J. and MCDOUGALL, E.M., 2013. High-fidelity simulation-based team training in urology: Evaluation of technical and nontechnical skills of urology residents during laparoscopic partial nephrectomyJournal of Surgical Education, 70(5), pp. 588-595. Full Text

ARRIAGA, A.F., GAWANDE, A.A., RAEMER, D.B., JONES, D.B., SMINK, D.S., WEINSTOCK, P., DWYER, K., LIPSITZ, S.R., PEYRE, S., PAWLOWSKI, J.B., MURET-WAGSTAFF, S., GEE, D., GORDON, J.A., COOPER, J.B., BERRY, W.R. and HARVARD SURGICAL SAFETY COLLABORATIVE, 2014. Pilot testing of a model for insurer-driven, large-scale multicenter simulation training for operating room teams. Annals of Surgery, 259(3), pp. 403-410. Full Text [Ovid]

ATAMANYUK, I., GHEZ, O., SAEED, I., LANE, M., HALL, J., JACKSON, T., DESAI, A. and BURMESTER, M., 2014. Impact of an open-chest extracorporeal membrane oxygenation model for in situ simulated team training: A pilot studyInteractive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery, 18(1), pp. 17-20. Full Text.

CLAPPER, T. and NG, G., 2013. Why your TeamSTEPPS program may not be working. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 9(8), pp. e287-e292.

DANIELS, K. and AUGUSTE, T., 2013. Moving forward in patient safety: multidisciplinary team trainingSeminars in perinatology, 37(3), pp. 146-50. Full Text

DEDY, N.J., ZEVIN, B., BONRATH, E.M. and GRANTCHAROV, T.P., 2013. Current concepts of team training in surgical residency: A survey of North American program directorsJournal of Surgical Education, 70(5), pp. 578-584. Full Text

FOUILLOUX, V., GSELL, T., LEBEL, S., KREITMANN, B. and BERDAH, S., 2014. Assessment of team training in management of adverse acute events occurring during cardiopulmonary bypass procedure: A pilot study based on an animal simulation model (Fouilloux, Team training in cardiac surgery)Perfusion (United Kingdom), 29(1), pp. 44-52. Full Text

GREIDANUS, E., KING, S., LOVERSO, T. and ANSELL, L.D., 2013. Interprofessional learning objectives for health team simulationsJournal of Nursing Education, 52(6), pp. 311-6. Full Text

HARNOF, S., HADANI, M., ZIV, A. and BERKENSTADT, H., 2013. Simulation-based interpersonal communication skills training for neurosurgical residentsIsrael Medical Association Journal: Imaj,15(9), pp. 489-92. Full Text

HAVYER, R., WINGO, M.T., COMFERE, N., NELSON, D.R., HALVORSEN, A.J., MCDONALD, F.S. and REED, D., 2013. Teamwork assessment in internal medicine: A systematic review of validity evidence and outcomesJournal of General Internal Medicine, 28, pp. S193-S194.

KEEBLER, J.E.A., 2014. Validation of a teamwork perceptions measure to increase patient safety BMJ Quality and Safety, [Epub ahead of print].

KOLBE, M., WEISS, M., GROTE, G., KNAUTH, A., DAMBACH, M., SPAHN, D.R. and GRANDE, B., 2013. TeamGAINS: a tool for structured debriefings for simulation-based team trainingsBMJ Quality & Safety, 22(7), pp. 541-53. Full Text

PAIGE, J.T., GARBEE, D.D., KOZMENKO, V., YU, Q., KOZMENKO, L., YANG, T., BONANNO, L. and SWARTZ, W., 2014. Getting a head start: High-fidelity, simulation-based operating room team training of interprofessional students. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 218(1), pp. 140-149. Full Text

PATTERSON, M.D. and GEIS, G.L., 2013. On the move: Simulation to improve and assure transport team performanceClinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 14(3), pp. 214-222. Full Text

SHUTE, R.M. and RUNNACLES, J., 2013. "Phone a friend": Using simulation to practise working together in safeguarding childrenArchives of Disease in Childhood: Education and Practice Edition,98, pp. A96-A97. Full Text

SVAVARSDOTTIR, H. and BRATTEBO, G., 2013. Team training - The BEST approach to continuing education in resuscitationTrends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, 3(3), pp. 140-145. Full Text

WEAVER, S.J., DY, S.M. and ROSEN, M.A., 2014. Team-training in healthcare: a narrative synthesis of the literatureBMJ Quality & Safety, 23(5), pp. 359-72. Full Text

WELLER, J., BOYD, M. and CUMIN, D., 2014. Teams, tribes and patient safety: Overcoming barriers to effective teamwork in healthcarePostgraduate medical journal,90(1061), pp. 149-154. Full Text

YATES, K.M., ADAMS, A., LANDMAN, W., FRANCIS, J., HAINES, C. and BRATTON, D., 2013. Experiments with teamwork training: In situ simulationEMA - Emergency Medicine Australasia, 25. [Conference Abstract]

YATES, K.M. and LANDMAN, W., 2013. Experiments with teamwork training: Small group sessions and video vignettes. EMA - Emergency Medicine Australasia, 25. [Conference Abstract]

YATES, K.M., LANDMAN, W., WELLER, J. and SHULRUF, B., 2013. Experiments with teamwork training: Is a teamwork rating scale helpfulEMA - Emergency Medicine Australasia, 25, pp. 4-5. [Conference Abstract]

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The following sources have been searched for evidence published in the previous three months

  •         BMJ
  •         NEJM
  •          Lancet
  •          Annals of Internal Medicine
  •          JAMA
  •          BMJ Quality and Safety in Healthcare
  •          Journal of Healthcare Simulation
  •          Clinical Teacher
  •          Medical Education
  •          Healthcare databases e.g. MEDLINE, EMBASE
  •          Agency for Health Care Research and Quality http://www.ahrq.gov/
  •          Cochrane Library www.thecochranelibrary.com
  •          Clinical Human Factors Group www.chfg.org
  •          NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement www.institute.nhs.uk/
  •          NICE Guidelines http://guidance.nice.org.uk/CG/Published

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