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Examining perceptions from in situ simulation-based training on interprofessional collaboration during crisis event management in post-anesthesia care.

Due to the potentially life-threatening conditions and risk of severe complications, post-anesthesia care units (PACU) require prompt team interventions. Miscommunication among professionals during crisis event management may directly affect patient safety. Therefore, developing strategies to enhance interprofessional collaboration (IPC) among critical care teams should be prioritized. In situ simulation (ISS) can be valuable in improving patient safety because it allows the practice of care team dynamics w...


A Global Approach to Promoting Evidence-Based Practice Knowledge: Validating the Translated Version of the Evidence-Based Practice Knowledge Assessment in Nursing Into Spanish.

Government and professional organizations have issued a call for evidence-based practice (EBP), prompting the development of competencies and expectations for knowledge, skills, and attitudes. However, EBP is still inconsistently implemented. To advance the science of nursing globally, educators and leaders need to use consistent, rigorous evaluation methods to assess the EBP knowledge of students and clinicians.

AbSRiM: An Agent-Based Security Risk Management Approach for Airport Operations.

Security risk management is essential for ensuring effective airport operations. This article introduces AbSRiM, a novel agent-based modeling and simulation approach to perform security risk management for airport operations that uses formal sociotechnical models that include temporal and spatial aspects. The approach contains four main steps: scope selection, agent-based model definition, risk assessment, and risk mitigation. The approach is based on traditional security risk management methodologies, but ...


Assessing the Acceptability of Science Operations Concepts and the Level of Mission Enhancement of Capabilities for Human Mars Exploration Extravehicular Activity.

The Biologic Analog Science Associated with Lava Terrains (BASALT) research project is investigating tools, techniques, and strategies for conducting Mars scientific exploration extravehicular activity (EVA). This has been accomplished through three science-driven terrestrial field tests (BASALT-1, BASALT-2, and BASALT-3) during which the iterative development, testing, assessment, and refinement of concepts of operations (ConOps) and capabilities were conducted. ConOps are the instantiation of operational ...

Self-Reported Emotions in Simulation-Based Learning: Active Participants vs. Observers.

Experiential learning through active participation is thought to be a key benefit of simulation-based education. Recent research has challenged this assumption, suggesting that active participants learn just as well as observers. Studies report that active participants experience stress and anxiety during simulation, which may hamper learning by active participants. We undertook the current study to examine whether active participation results in different emotional arousal than observing during simulation....

A thermometry software tool for monitoring laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy.

The purpose of this study was to develop a thermometry software tool for temperature monitoring during laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy (LITT). C++ programming language and several libraries including DICOM Toolkit, Grassroots DICOM library, Insight Segmentation and Registration Toolkit, Visualization Toolkit and Quasar Toolkit were used. The software's graphical user interface creates windows displaying the temperature map and the coagulation extent in the tissue, determined by the magnetic resonan...

Applying Simulation Design Criteria to Non-Manikin-Based Experiences: A Modified ShadowBox Technique.

Creating simulation-based learning experiences is a process. With tools such as the 2016 INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation Simulation Design and theories to guide development, nurse faculty have the opportunity to create rich simulation-based learning experiences that promote student learning. The purpose of this article is to describe an innovative simulation-based experience that applies simulation design criteria in a non-manikin experience. Using a ShadowBox approach, novice nursing students...

Analysis of the Influence of Standard Time Variability on the Reliability of the Simulation of Assembly Operations in Manufacturing Systems.

The aim of this article is to analyze the influence of the variability of the standard time in the simulation of the assembly operations of manufacturing systems.

Use of simulation-based learning among perioperative nurses and students: A scoping review.

Simulation-based learning has been extensively explored, especially in baccalaureate nursing programmes. Recently, simulation-based learning has been introduced in perioperative nursing. The aim of this scoping review is to investigate work published on the use of simulation-based learning in the field of perioperative nursing.

A national needs assessment study to determine procedures for simulation-based training in cardiology in Denmark.

New training methods such as simulation have been introduced in cardiology as in other specialties; however, the development of effective simulation-based training programs is challenging. They are often unstructured and based on convenience or coincidence. The objective of this study was to perform a nationwide general needs assessment to identify and prioritize technical procedures that should be included in a simulation-based curriculum for cardiology residency in Denmark.

Verification of modified receiver-operating characteristic software using simulated rating data.

ROCKIT, which is a receiver-operating characteristic (ROC) curve-fitting software package, was developed by Metz et al. In the early 1990s, it is a very frequently used ROC software throughout the world. In addition to ROCKIT, DBM-MRMC software was developed for multi-reader multi-case analysis of the difference in average area under ROC curves (AUCs). Because this old software cannot run on a PC with Windows 7 or a more recent operating system, we developed new software that employs the same basic algorith...

Numerical simulation and experimental study of electrocoagulation grid flocculation tank.

In recent years, electrocoagulation has been extensively studied on the removal of refractory pollutants. However, the application of electrocoagulation in actual flocculation tank is limited because of its high energy consumption, especially under the condition of large electrode plate spacing. In this study, the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software - ANSYS Fluent had been used to simulate the flow state of grid flocculation tank, for the purposes of optimizing the design parameters. The simulation ...

Feasibility of Simulation-Based Medical Education in a Low-Income Country: Challenges and Solutions From a 3-year Pilot Program in Uganda.

Simulation is relatively new in many low-income countries. We describe the challenges encountered, solutions deployed, and the costs incurred while establishing two simulation centers in Uganda. The challenges we experienced included equipment costs, difficulty in procurement, lack of context-appropriate curricula, unreliable power, limited local teaching capacity, and lack of coordination among user groups. Solutions we deployed included improvisation of equipment, customization of low-cost simulation soft...

Adaptive ensemble simulations of biomolecules.

Recent advances in both theory and computational power have created opportunities to simulate biomolecular processes more efficiently using adaptive ensemble simulations. Ensemble simulations are now widely used to compute a number of individual simulation trajectories and analyze statistics across them. Adaptive ensemble simulations offer a further level of sophistication and flexibility by enabling high-level algorithms to control simulations-based on intermediate results. We review some of the adaptive e...

ssNake: A cross-platform open-source NMR data processing and fitting application.

For solid-state NMR or for unconventional experiments only a very limited number of modern processing and simulation software packages are available. For this reason, we have developed ssNake, an NMR processing program which provides both interactive and script-based processing tools. ssNake is aimed at solid-state NMR experiments, but can also be used for liquid-state experiments. It can read various data formats, including those from all major spectrometer vendors. It has extensive fitting capabilities, w...

Studying Factors Affecting Indoor Gamma-radiation Dose using Mcnp5 Simulation Software-revisited: Adding Two More Factors.

The main factors that affect the gamma-radiation dose rate inside a room are defined in a simulation model. Some previously studied factors are the point of detection inside the room, the dimensions of the room, the thicknesses of the different parts of the room, and the density of the building material. The model is meant to ease the dose-rate estimation. Relative dose rates are calculated for different values of the different factors. The calculations are made using Monte Carlo n-particle simulation softw...

Reproducibility of Free Energy Calculations Across Different Molecular Simulation Software.

Alchemical free energy calculations are an increasingly important modern simulation technique to calculate free energy changes on binding or solvation. Contemporary molecular simulation software such as AMBER, CHARMM, GROMACS and SOMD include support for the method. Implementation details vary among those codes but users expect reliability and reproducibility, i.e.\ for a given molecular model and set of forcefield parameters, comparable free energy differences should be obtained within statistical bounds r...

Y-profile evidence: Close paternal relatives and mixtures.

We recently introduced a new approach to the evaluation of weight of evidence (WoE) for Y-chromosome profiles. Rather than attempting to calculate match probabilities, which is particularly problematic for modern Y-profiles with high mutation rates, we proposed using simulation to describe the distribution of the number of males in the population with a matching Y-profile, both the unconditional distribution and conditional on a database frequency of the profile. Here we further validate the new approach by...

Motivating operations and stimulus control.

The motivating operations concept has generated substantial conceptual analysis and research interest. Following an analysis of how motivating operations affect behavior, one which emphasizes the interactive role of motivating operations and discriminative stimuli, we propose: a) redefining motivating operations as operations that modulate the reinforcing or punishing effectiveness of particular kinds of events and the control of behavior by discriminative stimuli historically relevant to those events, b) d...

Optimizing CPR Performance with CPR Coaching for Pediatric Cardiac Arrest: A Randomized Simulation-based Clinical Trial.

To determine if integrating a trained CPR Coach into resuscitation teams can improve CPR quality during simulated pediatric cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA).

Associations of stress, self-esteem, and collective efficacy with flow in simulation among nursing students: A descriptive cross-sectional study.

Simulation-based learning was developed to enable nursing and medical students to obtain clinical experience in a safe and controlled environment. The extent to which students concentrate in simulation situations can influence their educational outcomes. However, there are no studies yet on the factors that influence flow in simulation practice. Understanding which factors influence flow might help in achieving better simulation-based learning outcomes.

ReaDDy 2: Fast and flexible software framework for interacting-particle reaction dynamics.

Interacting-particle reaction dynamics (iPRD) combines the simulation of dynamical trajectories of interacting particles as in molecular dynamics (MD) simulations with reaction kinetics, in which particles appear, disappear, or change their type and interactions based on a set of reaction rules. This combination facilitates the simulation of reaction kinetics in crowded environments, involving complex molecular geometries such as polymers, and employing complex reaction mechanisms such as breaking and fusio...

Social Network Analysis of a Simulation Community.

Graphical analysis of networking maps can be used to measure the health, connectivity, and vulnerabilities of a professional community. We aimed to capture and map the connections and relationships between individuals and organizations in the healthcare simulation community of the state of Western Australia. It was also intended that this analysis would encourage new opportunities for collaboration to advance simulation-based education.

Controversies in MR targeted biopsy: alone or combined, cognitive versus software-based fusion, transrectal versus transperineal approach?

To review the evidence addressing current controversies around prostate biopsy. Specific questions explored were (1) mpMRI targeted (TgBx) alone versus combined with systematic (SBx) biopsy; (2) cognitive versus software-based targeted biopsy; (3) transrectal or transperineal route (TP).

Striving for Evidence-Based Postoperative Opioid Prescribing While Optimizing Perioperative Pain Management-Shifting to Conservative Prescribing.


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