Pediatric EmergenSIMs – A Simulation Pathway
Humanitas Congress Center,
Via Manzoni 113,
20089 Rozzano (MI)
The aim of this multi-module pediatric simulation curriculum is to provide residents with an opportunity to gain experience and practice the assessment and management of pediatric emergencies in a realistic and safe environment. The curriculum is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and confidence of residents in the evaluation and management of common pediatric emergencies.
The program will also integrate relevant evidence-based guidelines and protocols, including pediatric-specific resuscitation algorithms and protocols. The curriculum will emphasize teamwork and interprofessional collaboration, with an emphasis on clear communication and role definition during emergencies.
Module 1: ONLINE Introduction to Pediatric Emergencies (May 22nd-31st, 2023)
- Introduction to pediatric emergency care, including the principles of assessment and evaluation of critically ill children.
- Common pediatric emergencies. Examples include respiratory distress, seizures, and anaphylaxis. The session will also cover the principles of critical care, including escalation policies, teamwork, communication
ZOOM LINK: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtd-uurz0pHNzjXjwxoYaBkuJT3kb_NSL-
May 22, 17:00: Assessing the sick child – using the ABCDE approach to systematically review the pediatric patient – Prof. Dannenberg B and Prof. Ghazi – Askar
May 24, 17:00 Infant with fever of unknow cause – How algorithms and guidelines help in decision making – Prof. Imler D. https://med.stanford.edu/profiles/daniel-imler
May 29, 17:00 Respiratory distress, bronchiolitis, and asthma
Prof. Lowe Jason https://profiles.stanford.edu/jason-lowe
May 31, 17:00 Traumatic Brain injury in kids
Prof. Lumba-Brown A. https://profiles.stanford.edu/angela-lumba-brownBook Your Ticket