The KidSIM Mobile Outreach Education Program

Last modified by Paula Robeson on 2020/06/12 17:32

Participants in this webinar will get the opportunity to hear about a well-established Pediatric Simulation Mobile Outreach Education program run by KidSIM out of the Alberta Children’s Hospital. The speakers will describe the program (e.g., ins/outs, facilitators, participants, curriculum) and discuss some recent quality improvement initiatives. The speakers will also share with participants the barriers to implementation of this type of program as well as the lessons they’ve learned along the way.Finally, the speakers will share some insights into potential future developments for the program. The webinar will provide:

  - A description of a Pediatric Simulation Mobile Outreach Education program

 - Discussion around challenges/barriers to implementation of this program

The primary audience for this webinar includes: 

 - Health Care Educators

 - Simulation enthusiasts

 - Middle managers

 - Senior leaders

 - Policy makers

 - Rural health care providers

Kerri.jpg Dr. Kerri Landry is originally from Montreal, Quebec where she attended McGill University. While there, she completed her MD/MBA, her Pediatrics’ Residency and finally her Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship. Her love for simulation started at McGill and it continued to grow when she moved west in 2009. At the Alberta Children’s Hospital, in addition to being an emergency department physician, Kerri quickly became an active facilitator and educator in the KidSIM program. In the spring of 2016, Kerri was excited to formalize her role within the program and accepted the position of Assistant Medical Director for KidSIM and the lead for the Mobile Outreach Education Program.

Jenny.jpg Jenny Chatfield is an Emergency Department nurse at the Alberta Children’s Hospital and a Simulation Education Consultant for KidSIM. Jenny’s career has incorporated roles within education from clinical nurse instructor for student nurses to a teaching position at Mount Royal University to most recently being clinical nurse educator in the Emergency Department. She has been heavily involved in many aspects of KidSIM since 2008. With Jenny’s experience and her Masters in Management nursing, she has played a pivotal role as a research assistant during work on Family Centered Care. In the fall of 2016, Jenny took on the new role of Simulation Education Consultant whose responsibilities include the coordination of the Mobile Outreach Education Program.

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Created by Paula Robeson on 2020/05/14 16:52