Debriefing Real Clinical Events

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

At CAPE, we are driven by an unrelenting focus on improving human and system performance for the benefit of our patients. 

Debriefing real-world clinical events is different than debriefing simulated events.  The spontaneity, non-scripted nature of actual clinical events requires debriefers to be cognizant of the continuing duties of those involved, rapidly prioritize the issues to be discussed, and address legal and confidentiality matters. Discussion of such key issues is accompanied by multiple opportunities for participants to conduct debriefings and receive expert feedback from CAPE faculty on delivering constructive, objective and concise debriefings in the real clinical setting.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

* State the differences between debriefing simulated vs real clinical events.

* Manage the pace of the debriefing to cover key issues and minimize any impact on ongoing patient care duties.

* Efficiently and effectively debrief key issues whether using a formal checklist or not.

*  Take steps to protect both your professional colleagues and your institution when debriefing real clinical events.

Agenda

8:00 am Welcome and Introduction
8:15 am Debriefing Concepts & Strategies: 
  Simulated vs Real Clinical Events
10:15 am Room Familiarization 
10:35 am Break
10:45 am Exemplar Debriefing 
11:15 am Simulation, Debriefing, Debrief the Debriefer 
12:15 pm Lunch (provided)
12:45 pm Simulation, Debriefing, Debrief the Debriefer 
1:45 pm Simulation, Debriefing, Debrief the Debriefer 
2:45 pm Break
2:55 pm Debriefing Metrics for Real Clinical Events 
4:30 pm Evaluations and Adjourn 

Faculty

Louis Halamek, MD, FAAP
Professor of Pediatrics
Director, CAPE

Nicole Yamada, MD, FAAP
Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
Associate Director, CAPE

Janene Fuerch, MD, FAAP
Neonatal & Development Medicine
Research Fellow, CAPE

Julie Arafeh, RN, MSN
Senior Simulation Specialist

Michael Kolaitis, NCEE, NRP, CCEMTP
Senior Simulation Specialist


Date

 

Scheduled upon request

 

FEES

$795 per person

$645 per person - Stanford Medicine affiliates; includes continental breakfast and refreshments

Tuition may be paid by credit card via phone or check payable to Stanford University and is due upon confirmation of registration.

This program is limited to small groups in order to maximize opportunities for hands-on practice and active learning.

CANCELLATION

A written notice of cancellation must be received 60 days prior to start of this program.  A $75 administrative fee will be assessed at this time.

30-59 days: 50% of paid registration is refundable.

30 days or less: Non-refundable. 

Stanford University School of Medicine reserves the right to cancel this program; in the event of cancellation, course fees will be fully refunded.