Simulators in anesthesiology education /
edited by Lindsey C. Henson and Andrew C. Lee.
New York : Plenum Press, c1998.
viii, 124 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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New York : Plenum Press, c1998.
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"Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Simulators in Anesthesiology Education, held May 31-June 2, 1996, in Rochester, New York"--T.p. verso.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Turning Silk Purses into Sows' Ears: Human Factors in Medicinep. 1
Teaching High School Studentsp. 9
Integration of the Human Patient Simulator into the Medical Student Curriculum: Life Support Skillsp. 15
Using Simulators for Medical Students and Anesthesia Resident Educationp. 23
Simulation in Nursing Anesthesia Education: Practical and Conceptual Perspectivesp. 29
What Can You Do with a Simulator?: Quality Assurancep. 39
Team Orientated Medical Simulationp. 51
Workshop on Educational Aspects: Educational Objectives and Building Scenariosp. 57
Model Driven Simulators from the Clinical Instructor's Perspective: Current Status and Evolving Conceptsp. 65
Technical Workshop: Mathematical and Computer Modelsp. 75
Issues in Starting a Simulator Programp. 85
Research Techniques in Human Performance Using Realistic Simulationp. 93
Performance Enhancement in Anesthesia Using the Training Simulator Sophus (Peanuts)p. 103
Jumpseating in the Operating Roomp. 107
Participant Evaluation of Team Oriented Medical Simulationp. 109
Evaluation of Simulator Use for Anesthesia Resident Orientationp. 111
Incorporation of a Realistic Anesthesia Simulator into an Anesthesia Clerkshipp. 115
Computer Analysis of Cerebrovascular Hemodynamics during Induction of Anesthesiap. 121
Indexp. 123
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