Research and Innovation

The Center is actively conducting and reporting on research regarding the development and use of simulation and advanced educational technologies across a wide array of learner groups.  We also serve as a resource for students and faculty to conduct research in use of educational technologies, simulation devices, and novel curricula.

 

Published Articles

2015

Britt RC, Ramirez DE, Anderson-Montoya BL, & Scerbo MW. (2015). Resident Handoff Training: Initial evaluation of a novel method. Journal for Healthcare Quality. 37(1):75-80.

2014

Cross A, Kidane N, Leviste M, Hubbard T, McKenzie F. (2014).Validation of an ECG-based Stethoscope Tracking Technology. 14th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. January 25th – 29th, 2014. San Francisco, CA.

2013

Canzone EN, Scerbo M, Gliva G, Wallace A.  (2013). The Cognitive Demands of Standardized Patients: Understanding Limitations in Attention and Working Memory with the Decoding of Nonverbal Behavior During Improvisations.  Simulation in Healthcare. 8(4):207-214.

Combs, C.D. (2013). Thoughts about the future of modeling and simulation in healthcare and higher education. Biomedical Engineering Research, 2(2), 115- 121.

Miller GT, Scerbo MW, Byars D, Goodmurphy C, Knapp B, Shaves S, Lattanzio F, Solhaug M. (2013). Learner Improvement and Appreciation from a Blended-Learning, Simulation-Enhanced Ultrasonography Curriculum for First-Year Medical Students. Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME) Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education. September 27th – 29th, 2013. Columbia, South Carolina.

Miller GT, Scerbo MW, Byars D, Goodmurphy C, Knapp B, Shaves S, Lattanzio F, Solhaug M, Levitov A. (2013). A Blended-Learning, Integrated Ultrasonography Curriculum for First-Year Medical Students: Development, Implementation and Lessons Learned. Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME) Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education. September 27th – 29th, 2013. Columbia, South Carolina.

Newlin-Canzone, E.T., Scerbo, M.W., Gliva-McConvey, G., & Wallace, A. (2013). The cognitive demands of standardized patients: Understanding limitations in attention and working memory with the decoding of nonverbal behavior during improvisations. Simulation in Healthcare. 8(4):207-14.

Scerbo MW, Prytz E, Kennedy R, Byars D, Goodmurphy C, Knapp B, Miller GT, Lattanzio F, Shaves S, Solhaug M, Levitov A, Abuhamad A, Toreno F. (2013) Spatial Abilities and Ultrasonography: Do Differences Between Male and Female Medical Students Matter? Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME) Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical

Education. September 27th – 29th, 2013. Columbia, South Carolina.

Tolk A, Miller G, Cross A, Maestri J, Cawrse J. (2013). AIMS: Applying Game Technology to Advance Medical Education. Computing in Science and Engineering. 15:82-91.

Turner RT, Scerbo MW, Gliva-McConvey GA, & Wallace AM. (2013). Evaluating Physician-to-Patient Communication: The Effects of Concurrent and Retrospective Assessment on Verbal and Nonverbal Recall. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 57th Annual Meeting.

2012

Britt R, Scerbo M, Ramirez D, Gliva G, Anderson-Montoya B, & Lyman L. (2012). Assessing Handoff Effectiveness Using Standardized Residents. Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. 7(6):

Chung HS, Issenberg SB, Phrampus PE, Miller GT, Je SM, Lim TH, Kim YM. (2012). The Impact of an International Faculty Development Program on Simulation-Based Healthcare Education (Letter to the Editor). Medical Teacher. 34(6):510.

Chung HS, Issenberg SB, Phrampus PE, Miller GT, Je SM, Lim TH, Kim YM. (2012). International Collaborative Faculty Development Program on Simulation-Based Healthcare Education: A Report on Its Successes and Challenges. Korean Journal of Medical Education. 24(4): 319-327.

 

Presentations

2014

Wallace A. Fourteenth Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation.  Society for Simulation in Healthcare. January 25-29, 2014. San Francisco.  Poster:  “Yes, and” Your Way to Collaboration: An Improv Technique for Enhancing SP Feedback.

Cross AE. (2014). Serious Games and Virtual Environments Showcase and Arcade - Automated Intelligent Mentoring System (AIMS) ™: A Kinect based gaming system for development of clinical procedural skills. 14th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare. January 25th – 29th, 2014. San Francisco, CA.

Miller GT. (2014). 20th Annual Meeting of the Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine (SESAM). June 12th – 14th, 2014. Poznan, Poland, France Workshop – Just In Time Simulation: Simulation for busy clinicians.

Miller GT. (2014). 14th Annual International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. January 25th – 29th, 2014. San Francisco, California. Preconference Workshop – Beyond the Expected - Maximizing the use of Simulated/Standardized Patients.

Miller GT. (2014). 11th Annual Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC). January 15th – 19th, 2014. Singapore, Singapore. Preconference Workshop - Post-Simulation Debriefing. Plenary – Building Effective Collaborations in Simulation-Based Medical and Healthcare Education.

2013

Turner TR, Scerbo M, Gliva G, Wallace A.  Evaluating Physician-to-Patient Communication: The Effects of Current and Retrospective Assessment on Verbal and Nonverbal Recall. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's 57th Annual Meeting on Medical Simulation.  2013

Gliva-McConvey GA. (2013). Keynote. “Insert SP here” Filling the curriculum gap with Simulated/Standardized Patients. 5th International Clinical Skills Conference. Prato Italy.

Gliva-McConvey GA. (2013). Beyond the Expected; Maximizing the Use of SPs. SESAM. Paris, France.

Miller GT, Scerbo MW, Byars D, Goodmurphy C, Knapp B, Shaves S, Lattanzio F, Solhaug M. (2013). Learner Improvement and Appreciation from a Blended-Learning, Simulation-Enhanced Ultrasonography Curriculum for First-Year Medical Students. Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME) Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education. September 27th – 29th, 2013. Columbia, South Carolina.

Miller GT, Scerbo MW, Byars D, Goodmurphy C, Knapp B, Shaves S, Lattanzio F, Solhaug M, Levitov A. (2013). A Blended-Learning, Integrated Ultrasonography Curriculum for First-Year Medical Students: Development, Implementation and Lessons Learned. Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME) Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education. September 27th – 29th, 2013. Columbia, South Carolina.

Miller GT. (2013). Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME) Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education. September 27th – 29th, 2013. Columbia, South Carolina. Oral Presentation – Learner Improvement and Appreciation from a Blended-Learning, Simulation-Enhanced Ultrasonography Curriculum for First-Year Medical Students.

Scerbo MW, Prytz E, Kennedy R, Byars D, Goodmurphy C, Knapp B, Miller GT, Lattanzio F, Shaves S, Solhaug M, Levitov A, Abuhamad A, Toreno F. (2013). Spatial Abilities and Ultrasonography: Do Differences Between Male and Female Medical Students Matter? Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME) Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education. September 27th – 29th, 2013. Columbia, South Carolina.

Turner TR, Scerbo M, Gliva G, Wallace A.  Evaluating Physician-to-Patient Communication: The Effects of Current and Retrospective Assessment on Verbal and Nonverbal Recall. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's 57th Annual Meeting on Medical Simulation.  2013

Wallace A. Thirteenth Annual Conference for the Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE). June  22-26, 2013. Indianapolis, IA. Poster – Medical Students’ Diagnostic Skills Tested Using Prosthetic Dermatologic Lesions on Standardized Patients

2011

Canzone EN, Scerbo M, Gliva G, Wallace A.  Attentional and Mental Workload Demands in Non-verbal Communication. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's 55th Annual Meeting.  Las Vegas, NV. September 19th-23rd, 2011.

2010

Canzone EN, Scerbo M, Gliva G, Wallace A. Inside the Standardized Patient’s Mind: Understanding the Cognitive Challenges. Society for Simulation in Healthcare. 10th Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation. Phoenix, AZ. January 23-27, 2010.