Train the Trainer for Serious Games - cost 400 NIS
Simulation and gaming are engaging strategies to learn and understand medical crises management and technical skills. The Serious Games education training program is one of the novel education teaching tools used in the medical field for teaching residents and faculty. Serious games are a simple fun way to teach and consolidate known and new information in a lively learning environment.
The concept is to teach and enrich the medical learning experience using well-known and loved childhood games. Serious Games participants can enjoy an active fun learning experience to reach specific pre-defined learning goals. Debrief goals are defined in advance, to reinforce the important learning goals. Participants gain an understanding of knowledge about a specific topic, and work as a team to learn management strategies, troubleshooting, guidelines and more. Our group was the first to facilitate Serious Games at an international anesthesia medical conference, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36546858/.
Designing and facilitating this learning experience requires creative thinking and a defined methodology.
For the first time at an International Anesthesiology Congress, #ICISA2023/#Sepsis2023 we will run a Train the Trainer course for Serious Games (TTT-SG) methodology. Participants of the TTT-SG course will also have the opportunity to facilitate Serious Games sessions to be held during the congress.
Learning goals of the TTT-SG course:
1. Know and understand the concept of Serious Games in medicine.
2. Create a goal-oriented program for your Serious Games course.
3. Build a specific game to achieve your educational goals.
4. Recognize and troubleshoot game flow challenges.
5. Create a logistical plan to run a Serious Games activity.
6. Identify and train instructors suitable for this educational strategy.
Who should participate in the TTT-SG course?
The course is suitable for all healthcare professionals with an interest in novel educational strategies.
When is the TTT-SG course?
The course will take place during the #ICISA2023/#Sepsis2023 congress and is open to registered congress participants.
1. Session 1: 7th November 08:30 - 11:50 Main course.
2. Session 2: according to personal preference to participate in a Serious Game.
3. Session 3: 9th November 16:15 - 17:15 Summary.
Cost: 400 ILS
Learn teamwork, crisis resource management, guideline updates in fun and stimulating environment!
Whether you are a trainee or an attending, our Serious Games will help you learn (or brush up on!) how to navigate the rollercoaster associated with caring for the obstetric patient!
You will learn aspects of management using specifically designed games and structured debriefs to ensure the prespecified learning goals are met.
Learning objectives: Upon completion of this Serious Game, participants should be able to:
Identify women at risk for postpartum haemorrhage and quantify haemorrhage using all available information;
Understand the clinical applications of point of care ultrasonography in the obstetric patient;
Devise and implement management plans for maternal critical condition within the available setting including massive transfusion;
Debate optimal delivery anaesthesia for the unstable critically ill pregnant woman;
Incorporate crisis resource management tools in decision-making in critically ill pregnant women.
Hold onto your hats, folks! The Serious Game is here to take you on a wild ride through the ups and downs of caring for pediatric patients. Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, get ready to brush up on your skills and tackle the challenges that come with tonsillectomy - one of the most common pediatric surgeries out there. And guess what? You'll likely encounter this procedure even if you're not a specialist. That's why it's crucial to know how to handle a case of bleeding tonsils like a pro! Get ready to rock and roll with the Serious Game - your ticket to becoming a pediatric superstar.
Calculate fluid assessment and haemorrhage
Learn the most up-to-date version of perioperative fasting guidelines and how they relate to the pediatric population
Perform preoperative assessment in pediatric patients with OSA
Apply opioid-sparing anaesthesia in the management of pediatric patients
Practice crisis resource management and strategies for working with multidisciplinary teams
Attention all intensive care and anaesthesia practitioners! Are you looking to enhance your knowledge of ventilated patients? Say hello to the Serious Game! In just two hours, you'll learn the latest and greatest ventilation techniques, become a pro at managing common problems, and even discover how to ventilate non-intubated patients. But wait, there's more! This isn't your average snooze-fest of learning. Get ready for a fun-filled journey that will leave you with the ability to identify indications for non-invasive ventilation, tackle tricky ventilator issues like a pro, treat hypoxia during one-lung ventilation, and collaborate seamlessly with physicians of varying skills and experience. Take advantage of this exciting approach to serious learning!
Upon completion of this Serious Game, participants should be able to:
Identify the indications for non-invasive ventilation in the intensive care Unit (ICU)
Acquire tips, tricks, and troubleshooting for common and less common ventilator problems in the intensive care Unit (ICU) and the Operating Room (OR)
Identify specific ventilation problems in the obese population
Devise strategies for treating hypoxia during one-lung ventilation
Create a functional team with physicians of different abilities and experience.