Neonatal Simulation A Practical Guide 2021

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This book Neonatal Simulation A Practical Guide by the American Academy of Pediatrics available for students to download free in PDF format. Credit goes to the American Academy of Pediatrics for this e-book. This Medical free book is published in 2021.

Developed by leading experts in the field of neonatal simulation, this innovative new resource provides neonatal healthcare providers and educators with a basic guide on the design, development, and implementation of simulation-based neonatal education programs. The first chapters introduced learning theory, the basics of program design, simulation, and the neonatal resuscitation plan *. The following chapters will introduce specific applications of simulation in neonatology and reporting technology. This book will guide readers to understand scene design, human body model and task trainer, model, simulation technology, virtual simulation, human body model adaptation required for a simulation program specific, report method, etc. Step-by-step images guide readers to learn how to adapt to the human body model to simulate procedures and how to replicate body fluids and common newborn conditions. This book provides more than 225 types of color images, as well as a large number of useful charts and tables, which are very useful for beginners and experts.

Neonatal Simulation A Practical Guide Free PDF Download 2021

 

 

 

Description:

Book Name Neonatal Simulation
Published 2021
Language English
Format PDF
Price PDF free 

 

Preface:

In 2000, Louis P. Halamek, MD, FAAP, proposed a new approach to teaching neonatal resuscitation that capitalized on existing teaching models and incorporated simulation, such as that used by the military, aerospace, and other high-risk industries. ¬rough “NeoSim”—“hands-on” neonatal resuscitation training and post-simulation debriefing Dr. Halamek brought this new paradigm—simulation-based education—to the eld of neonatology. Now, 20 years later, simulation-based education is the mainstay of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program that teaches thousands of health care professionals in more than 130 countries.

Over the years, simulation has been applied to many other aspects of education in neonatology, including procedural skills training, competency assessment, and teamwork and leadership training. In more recent years, simulation in neonatology has further expanded to include testing of new and existing health care environments, educating families on the care of neonates with medical complexities, analyzing new medical devices, and even conducting virtual simulationsOver the years, simulation has been applied to many other aspects of education in neonatology, including procedural skills training, competency assessment, and teamwork and leadership training. In more recent years, simulation in neonatology has further expanded to include testing of new and existing health care environments, educating families on the care of neonates with medical complexities, analyzing new medical devices, and even conducting virtual simulations.

The impetus for creating Neonatal Simulation: A Practical Guide was 2-fold. First, we recognized that while there is a variety of published adult and pediatric simulation books, none exist for neonatology. We wanted to ll this void. Second, we wanted to make the innovative work of the neonatal simulation community easily accessible to health professions educators, simulationists, researchers, and any other groups who can bene t from its content—to enhance learning, patient care, and, ultimately, patient outcomes. The beginning chapters cover learning theory, fundamentals of scenario design, and simulation, and the Neonatal Resuscitation Program. the later chapters cover specific applications of simulation in neonatology, and debriefing techniques. Images and appendixes are included, where appropriate, to augment chapters, and central points at the end of each chapter summarize content and o er a quick reference.

¬e book is a culmination of many hours of work by a growing interdisciplinary community of neonatal simulation experts who have shared their insights, research, and experience with us. We thank them immensely for their dedication to the eld and their willingness to share. We would especially like to thank the publishing team at the American Academy of Pediatrics; in particular, we thank Alain Park, Barrett Winston, and Heather Babiar, our editors, who believed in this project at its outset and supported us over the span of 3 years. Last, we would like to thank all of you, who care for the tiniest of patients every day; we hope this book will help you teach and learn.

 

 

Topics of this Edition:

1. Applications of Learning Theory in Simulation Page17

2. Scenario Design Page33

3. Simulation and the Neonatal Resuscitation Program Page45

4. Mannequins and Task Trainers Page59

5. Simulation for Neonatal Airway Management Page75

6. Umbilical Catheter Placement Page85

7. Simulation for Infant Lumbar Puncture Training Page95

8. Neonatal Thoracentesis and Chest Tube Placement Simulation
Page107
9. Simulating Neonatal Pericardial Effusion and Cardiac Tamponade
Page121
10. Neonatal Exchange Transfusion
Page127
11. Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Simulation
Page141
12. Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Training and Education
Page147
13. Simulation-Based Education for Parents and Other Home Caregivers of Infants with Technology Dependence
Page161
14. Boot Camps
Page181
15. Simulation in Neonatal Global Health
Page193
16. Virtual Simulation
Page209
17. Telesimulation for Neonatal Resuscitation Education and Training
Page221
18. In Situ Simulation
Page237
19. In Situ Simulations for Testing New Health Care Environments
Page257
20. Communication Skills in Neonatal Simulation
Page271
21. Standardized Patients
Page287
22. Moulage: The Special Effects
Page313
23. Simulation Training for Effective Resuscitation Leadership
Page329
Introduction to Debriefing
Page331
24. Debriefing in Simulation-Based Training in Neonatology: An Outcomes-Based Approach
Page345
25. Blended-Method Debriefing with the Pearls Debriefing Framework
Page355
26. Co-debriefing in Neonatal Simulation
Page365
27. The Difficult Debriefing
Page383
28. Rapid-Cycle Deliberate Practice
Page397
29. Simulation Operations
Page417
30. Simulation Research Networks
Page425
31. Simulation-Based Research in Neonatology
Page437
32. History of Neonatal Simulation
Page468
Appendix A
Page456
Appendix B
Page458
Appendix C
Page463
Appendix D
Page467
Appendix E
Page472
Appendix F
Page475
Appendix G

 

 

 

 

 

 

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