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4-th Global SimChallenge 2017, Paris, France

2017 Paris SimChallenge Competition results:    I place: USA  II place: France III place: Poland Tasks for SC 2017 elimination: 1. Patient documentation creation = building the team's representative page 2. Listening to breathing sounds 3. Scenario with 3G simulator Final task 1. Simulated patient scenario with cat suit

------------------- Agenda Wednesday 14 June 2017  15:00 - 17:30  Information + SimChallenge Stage 1, Eliminations

Thursday 15 June 2017 16:00 - 17:30 SimChallenge Stage 2, Eliminations Friday 16 June 2017  11:00 - 12:30 SimChallenge Stage 3, Finals (FB Live streaming) 15:15 - 16:00 SESAM Closing Prize-Giving and SimChallenge closing

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For the fourth time this international competition for students of many medical professions will take a place during Annual Meeting of SESAM 2017 in Paris/France.

During this event winners of national medical simulation contests from many different countries will have a chance to compete against each other in challenging and very interesting simulated clinical scenarios.

Teams are expected to be composed of current students of many medical professions, like medicine, nursing, paramedics etc. They will have to manage not only high-fidelity human patient simulators but also some standardised patients (SPs). Each team will be expected to take history, perform a full physical examination and introduce an appropriate treatment to their patients. Apart from this communication, leadership, teamwork and crisis resources management will be evaluated by a panel of an international judges.

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II Global SimOlympics 2015 - Global Competition of Student Medical Teams

Global competition of student medical teams

A big success of the Polish Society of Medical Simulation! The 2nd SimOlympics competition at SESAM 2015 in Belfast were organized by Polish team. The Baylor College of Medicine was first and the Kraków Jagiellonian University was second. Congratulations!

PL. Wielki sukces Polskiego Towarzystwa Symulacji Medycznej! Zawody SimOlympics na Europejskiej Konferencji Symulacji Medycznej SESAM 2015 w Belfast zostały w całości przeprowadzone przez Polaków. Z przyjemnością zawiadamiany, że wygrał zespół z Baylor College of Medicine z USA a drugie zajął zespół z Krakowa! Gratulacje!  

Final was in Belfast 26. June 2015 at SESAM Conference. There are teams from Poland. Ireland, Holland, France and USA competing. 24. June 16.00 – 17.30  SO Stage 1  (Main Auditorium) 25. June 15:45 - 17:00   SO Stage 1  (Main Auditorium) 26. June 10.45 – 12.15 Sim Olympics Final (Main Auditorium) SimOlimpic Games, scope: Games cases involve the entire healthcare team in the management of a critically ill patient. The teams are evaluated on the basis of their communication, teamwork, decision-making, situation awareness, task management and outcomes. It is the perfect opportunity to put your learning into practice! Composition of teams: teams must be composed of a team leader plus three or four team members. All team members must be medical students. Auxiliary personnel will be involved in scenario. Organisers of SimOlimpic 2015: Polish Society of Medical Simulation PTSM Medical Simulation Centre Poznań/ Poland Poznań University of Medical  Science  

III International Medical Simulation Final Competitions SimChallenge 2016 in Lisbon of Student Medical Teams

SIMOlimpics Final will be in Lisbon at 15-17 June 2016 at SESAM Conference. France Team win SimChallange2016 in Lisbon. There were teams from: France - 1st place Poland - 2nd place USA - 3rd place Moldawia Ukraine Thanks to the all participians and visitors! for pictures albums and videos look in next days on this page. You can add pictures and videos on the right side this page after sign up. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Lisbon SimOlympic Agenda: Sim Olympics Stage 1. Wednesday – 16:00-17:30 . Sim Olympics Stage 2. Thursday – 16:00-17:00. Sim Olympics Final. Friday – 10:30-12:30 Until now 7 teams take part in SimChallenge 2016.(11.06.2016)

For Registration please take contact with 2.Organiser. SimChallenge scope: The simulation cases involve the entire healthcare team in the management of a critically ill patient. The teams are evaluated on the basis of their communication, teamwork, de-cision-making, situation aware-ness, task management and outcomes. It is the perfect opportunity to put your learning into practice! Composition of teams: teams must be composed of a team leader plus three or four team members. All team members must be medical students. Auxiliary personnel will be involved in scenario. Organisers of SimOlimpic 2016: 1. Polish Society of Medical Simulation PTSM 2. Medical Simulation Centre Poznań/ Poland 3. SESAM Conference Society 4. Poznań University of Medical  Science

Internet forums, inter- and national organizations of Medical Simulation

International Organizations of Medical Simulation  SESAM  Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine SESAM 1994 SESAM is a multiprofessional network of simulation enthusiasts in Europe. http://www.sesam-web.org/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- HPSN The Human Patient Simulation Network HPSN 1997  HPSN is our largest and most comprehensive event, which brings together medical simulation users from around the globe. http://www.hpsn.com/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- Forum of National Simulation Societies Representatives of national societies:   Polish Society for Simulation Michael Czekajlo                czekajlom@gmail.com Italian Society for Simulation in Healthcare Filippo Bressan                  filippobressan@gmail.com Luca Cabrini                      cabrini.luca@hsr.it Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Bryn Baxendale                 bryn.baxendale@gmail.com Spanish Society for Simulation Ignacio del Moral               idelmoral@hvvaldecilla.es Dutch Society for Simulation in healthcare Ralf Krage                        r.krage@vumc.nl Marlies Schrijven               mschijv@zonnet.nl French Association for Simulation in Healthcare Antoine Tesniere                Antoine.tesniere@ilumens.org Portuguese Society for Simulation in Healthcare Francisco Maio Matos                   Franciscomaiomatos@gmail.com Australian Society for Simulation in Healthcare Margaret Bearman             Margaret.bearman@monash.edu Swiss Association for Simulation in Healthcare President: Monika Brodmann Vice-President: Patrick Van Gele Secretary: Heinz Bruppacher  sash2012@gmx.ch, bruppacherh@sunrise.ch IPSS Peter Weinstock                Peter.Weinstock@childrens.harvard.edu
 

Laboratory Research Innovation Emergency Medical Services

RESEARCH LABORATORY

LABORATORY RESEARCH INNOVATION EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES As part of the Built, Natural and Medical Research Centre, University of Rzeszów Innovative'' were designed and prepared research labs within LABORATORY RESEARCH INNOVATION Emergency Medical Services   The Laboratory for Innovative Research in Emergency Medical Services is:   1. Laboratory of innovative methods of simulation in emergency - SimMan 3G Completely wireless simulator with a build-in advanced Drug Recognition System. It registers the amount, speed and type of drug automatically and applies the appropriate physiological responses.  Simulated spontaneous breathing, bilateral and unilateral chest rise and fall, CO2 exhalation, normal and abnormal breath sounds. Unilateral, bilateral & lobar breath sounds, heart sounds and bowel sounds. ECG rhythm monitoring and 12 lead ECG display, defibrillation, cardio version and pacing. Advanced Video System Advanced video system simplifies the delivery and presentation of scenario debriefing by providing instructors with a tool to review all student assessments, therapies, patient interactions, critical thinking skills, and communication skills. Automatically integrates data from video cameras, a microphone, and patient monitoring with the event log creating a debriefing file that is easy to review with students, manage and share.   2. Laboratory prevention of accidents and injuries Practoplast – 4 sets; carrying case imitation wounds kit which can be fastened to skin – five wound thematic trays Tray No. 1 Fractures and special injuries includes closed fracture of mandible, closed fracture of orbit – with hemotoma, compound fracture of nasal bones, compound fracture of the ribs, incised wound of abdominal wall with protrusion of small intestine and wound of orbit with the evulsion of an eye Tray No. 2 Fractures, wounds and bites includes  compound fracture of fibula, compound fracture of humerus, dog bite, incised wound with glass fragment, incised wound with large metal fragment, snake bite and incised wound Tray No. 3 Fractures and injuries includes closed fracture of fibula, closed fracture of either radius or ulna, compound fracture of fingers, contused wound of nail bed, compound fracture of toes with contusions, frost bite of toes Tray No. 4 Burn injuries and hemorrhages includes  third degree burn, charring of tissue, second degree burn with blistering, first degree burn with erythema, burn due to gamma ray exposure, incised wound with arterial bleeding and wound demonstrating venous bleeding Tray No. 5 Miscellaneous wounds includes Laceration, contused wound, superficial abrasions, incised wound, gun shot wounds – entrance and exit and deeply lacerated wound.   3. Laboratory for specialist rescue - Automatic system for chest compression LUCAS 2 LUCAS 2 Automatic Chest Compression System Helps improve outcomes of sudden cardiac arrest victims and improve operations for medical responders   4. Laboratory measurement of resuscitation skills training – ALS Simulator (3 pcs) The Advanced Life Support Simulator is a realistic interactive training manikin for simulating a wide range of advanced lifesaving skills in medical emergencies. The simulator responds to clinical intervention, instructor control and comprehensive pre-programmed scenarios for effective diagnostics and treatment. With spontaneous respirations, airway control, voice, sounds, ECG, blood pressure, IV injections and many other clinical features, the ALS. The simulator is the fully functional emergency care simulator.   SimJunior Advanced SimJunior is a realistic, full-body 6 years old pediatric simulator which helps to learn all needed skills in pediatric care like tachycardia, asthma, anaphylactic shock, allergic reaction.  Automatic debriefing based on the event log synchronized with video pictures provides immediate, detailed feedback on performance and optimizes the simulation as an educational tool.   Defibrylator Philips HeartStart MRX Light, portable monitor/defibrillator is working in four mode: monitor, manual defibrillator, aed and pacemaker. Pulse Oximetry (SpO2), Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (NBP) and Capnography (ETCO2) are also available.   Post-traumatic shock laboratory In February 2014 tender proceedings for following equipment: respirator, infusion pump, bed, basic vitalsim monitor will be initiated.   All simulation laboratories are equipped in audio-video system what enables recording simulation sessions. This records, the physiological parameters from simulator and student’s performance are combined by computer system. Such prepared session gives full picture of simulation and can be played and reviewed during the debriefing. The center is equipped with advanced patient simulators (2 adult, 1 baby, 1 infant,  1 birth and 1 newborn .) In the center there are debriefing rooms, if necessary, schedule analysis can also be performed directly in the simulation room or other rooms. In addition to the facilities for the conduct of advanced simulation sessions center provides four classrooms, designed primarily to exercise manual skills, where less advanced phantoms and training models are used i.e. manikins to learn advanced rescue procedures, dummies for driving cardiopulmonary resuscitation, models limbs to learn punctures, intramedullary injections, models to study spinal anesthesia , intubation models for learning, cricothyrotomy, pneumothorax decompression and drainage of the pleural cavity, models of childbirth, to study the urinary tract catheterization kits and a small surgery . In the self testing rooms students and staff of IPRM can independently learn and test their skills in CPR AED, ALS, ITLS, ILS. In the future it will be possible to introduce the teaching with use of standardized patients or conducting objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs). Elaboration MA Dorota Ozga MA Gregory Kucaba MA Marek Muster Department of Emergency Medicine UR

Polish Medical Simulation Centers

Polish Training Centers

KATOWICE Centrum Dydaktyki i Symulacji Medycznej (w organizacji) ul. Medyków 8b 40-752 Katowice Śląski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Katowicach ul. Poniatowskiego 15 40-055 Katowice Kontakt z administracją centrum Iwona Sroga, Kierownik CDiSM   ------------------------------- SUWAŁKI Laboratorium Symulacji Medycznych 16-400 Suwałki ul. Innowacyjna 1   Strona internetowa : www.medicalsimulation.pl --------------------------------- WARSZAWA: Centrum Symulacji Medycznych  II Klinika Anestezjologii i Intensywnej Terapii  ul. Banacha 1a  02-097 Warszawa  e-mail: csm(at)wum.edu.pl ----------------------------------- GDAŃŚK Gdański Uniwersytet Medyczny Zakład Prewencji i Dydaktyki Katedra Nadciśnienia Tętniczego i Diabetologii kierownik: doc Tomasz Zdrojewski  ul. Dębinki 7 80-211 Gdańsk  ----------------------------------- POZNAN Ziemowit Gólski  Piotr Ziemak  Medical Simulation Center Poznan University of Medical Sciences ul. Bukowska 70, 60-812 Poznań www.medsim.ump.edu.pl  ----------------------------------- OLSZTYN Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie Anna Grzyb,  Zakład Dydaktyki i Symulacji Medycznej al. Warszawska 30 10-082 Olsztyn Pani Aleksandra Głutysz-Wojnicka ----------------------------------- Rzeszów Pani Dorota Ozga Dorota,   
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Uniwersytet Medyczny im. Piastów Śląskich we Wrocławiu kier. mgr. Wojciech Frontczak,  Dział Projektów Europejskich Wybrzeże L. Pasteura 1, 50-367 Wrocław ------------------------------------------------------ Łódż Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi Adres: 90-419 Łódź, al. Kościuszki 4 ----------------------------------------------------------- SZCZECIN Pomorski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Szczecinie Zastępca Kanclerza ds. Inwestycji - mgr inż. Robert Ulass 70-204 Szczecin ul. Rybacka 1 ------------------------------------------------- BYDGOSZCZ Collegium Medicum im. Ludwika Rydygiera w Bydgoszczy Katedra Otolaryngologii i Onkologii Laryngologicznej Szpital Uniwersytecki nr 1 im. dr. A. Jurasza  ul. M. Curie Skłodowskiej 9, 85-094 Bydgoszcz prodziekan Wydziału Lekarskiegodr hab. Katarzyna Pawlak-Osińska ---------------------------------------- BIAŁYSTOK Uniwersytet Medyczny w Białymstoku   dr hab. n. med. Włodzimierz Łuczyński Wydział Nauk o Zdrowiu   Zakład Medycyny Ratunkowej i Katastrof prof. dr hab. med. Jerzy Robert  Ładny ul. Szpitalna 37 15-295 Białystok  

Situation of Polish Medical Universities in the background 2015

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In Poland, in the academic year 2013/2014, was for the first time introduced a course of medical studies, after the completion of which students do not have to complete a medical internship in such a dimension as before. Hence, the examinations entitling future medical doctors to perform their professional duties will be taken just in Medical Simulation Laboratories which imitate small hospitals with dozens of rooms that have to be built by the university. There are, among others: Emergency Rooms, ICU, neonatal rooms, operating theatres - all fully equipped with real equipment. In 2013, the Ministry of Science covered the cost of architectural projects of Simulation Laboratories for 11 universities of medical sciences, and guaranteed for each university PLN 23 million (Equivalent of 5 milion Euro) on infrastructure and equipment. For example, the Simulation Centre in Poznan will have three floors and nearly 3,000 m2. The similar situation is observed at other universities. In total, the cost of the equipment in simulation laboratories in Poland which will be implemented over the next 2-3 years will amount to PLN 300 million (Equivalent of 75 milion Euro). Now, in 2016 we all universities startet to build their Simulations Centres. We hope in April-Mai we started buyin equipment, manikins for Simulation Centres. Every year representatives of Medical Simulation industry meet at professional conferences connected with the fair. In 2014, the organizer of the Anniversary SESAM Meeting for Medical Simulation was the University of Medical Sciences in Poznan. For the first time the conference was held in the country of the old Eastern Bloc.

What is Medical Simulation?

Medical Simulation

Simulation is a training and feedback method in which learners practice tasks and processes in lifelike circumstances using models or virtual reality, with feedback from observers, peers, actor-patients, and video cameras to assist improvement in skills. Computer-based medical simulation provides a realistic and economical set of tools to improve and maintain the skills of health care providers adding a valuable dimension to medical training similar to professional training in aviation, defense, maritime, and nuclear energy. Medical simulators allow individuals to review and practice procedures as often as required to reach proficiency without harming the patient.

Simulation-based Medical Education (SBME) includes several tools and approaches:

A full environment simulator is similar to flight simulators used to train pilots. The pilot is immersed in a complete replica of the cockpit environment. In medicine, sophisticated mannequins, known as patient simulators provides health care professionals with a computer-based patient that breathes, responds to drugs, talks, and drives all the clinical monitors in the operating room, e.g., blood pressure and pulse rate.   Task trainers provide a simulated subset of functionality, such as how to give a smallpox inoculation or how to insert a chest tube.   Computer-based training provides software programs that train and assess clinical knowledge and decision-making skills.   Simulated/standardized patients allow students to interact with actors trained to act as patients providing students with valuable feedback on, among other things, bedside manner.

Medical simulation is a cross-disciplinary effort that brings together providers, including nurses, physicians, and allied health professionals across a variety of disciplines with computer scientists, researchers, educators, and human factors engineers. Link to the website: Source of this article