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					Mary Z. Mays, PhD
Disclosure
   None [its so sad]
You should learn
 To create opportunities to introduce post-
  PC technology into simulation education
 To foster inter-professional collaboration
  by sharing post-PC technology during
  simulation education
        It’s a chick magnet.
        Yeah, it’s better than a puppy!

My Grandma has one...



    Is that your checking?
15 million
$9.5 billion
…in 9 months

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iPad v1
15 million
$9.5 billion
…in 9 months


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       Mobility changes everything




McGuire, R. (2007). The power of mobility: How your business can compete and win in the next technology revolution.
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Playbook




           Touchpad
Xoom




Streak      Galaxy
Post PC Technology
 Apple iPad (iOS)
 RIM Playbook (Blackberry OS)
 HP Touchpad (WebOS/Palm)
 Motorola Xoom (Android)
 Samsung Galaxy Tab (Android)
 Dell Streak (Android)




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What is simulation education?
   Creating the teachable moment
What is simulation education?
 Creating the teachable moment
 Just bringing an iPad into the debrief =
  instantaneous engagement
     Not just because it’s new; it’s behavioral
     Everyone focuses on the image
     Everyone want to touch, to interact
     You create links between different concepts
     You tie action back to principles
80%
  “outside of formal
academic coursework”
         A “hidden curriculum” of observed
         behavior, interactions, and the
         overall norms and culture of a
         student’s training environments are
         extremely powerful in shaping the
         values and attitudes of future
         health professionals.


Institute of Medicine (2003). Health professions education: a bridge to quality.
We are not alone
 Benner et al. (2010) Educating Nurses
 Cooke et al. (2010) Educating Physicians
 IOM (2011) The Future of Nursing: Leading
  Change, Advancing Health
The mission
   Sim ed is designed to prepare students for
    learning in the clinical setting
     Sim ed is rapidly coming to replace clinical ed
      because clinical placement is difficult
   We must teach inter-professional
    collaboration in sim ed
     We must prepare students for a hidden curriculum
      that may contradict what is taught in school
     We must teach managers, clinicians, and
      preceptors how to model appropriate conduct
      The intersection “is a place
      where different cultures,
      domains, and disciplines
      stream together… allowing
      for established concepts to
      clash and combine…”



Johansson, F. (2006). Medici effect: What elephants and epidemics can teach us about innovation.
What is inter-professional collaboration?

  Working at the intersection
  Exaggerating diversity to stimulate an
   explosion of new ideas
  Reversing assumptions to create a
   breakthrough




Johansson, F. (2006). Medici effect: What elephants and epidemics can teach us about innovation.
We have to build a restaurant
  That has no menus
  Does not charge for food or drink
  Does not prepare food or drink




Johansson, F. (2006). Medici effect: What elephants and epidemics can teach us about innovation.
Patrons pay for time and convenience

  A romantic setting with picnic accessories
   where patrons bring their own food
  A café with ultra high speed
   videoconferencing and free coffee and
   pastries




Johansson, F. (2006). Medici effect: What elephants and epidemics can teach us about innovation.
You should learn
 To create opportunities to introduce post-
  PC technology into simulation education
 To foster inter-professional collaboration
  by sharing post-PC technology during
  simulation education
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Debrief medication error
 How could you have checked?
 Where would you look?
 What will you say?
 With whom could you share?
  Practice inter-professional rounds




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Practice: What will others’ think?
   Other students
   Preceptors
   Clinicians
   Patients
Practice: What will others’ think?
   Other students      Give them something
   Preceptors           they want
   Clinicians
   Patients
  Patient referral in the 21st century




Screenshot: Pocket heart
  Collaborating over evidence

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    mmays@brandman.edu