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  • Original Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

    2002

    • Shapiro MJ, Croskerry P, Fisher S. Profiles in patient safety: sidedness error. Acad Emerg Med 2002, 9(4): 326-9.
    • Shapiro MJ, Simmons W. High fidelity medical simulation: a new paradigm in medical education. Med Health RI 2002; 85(10): 316-7.
    • Morey J, Simon R, Jay GD, Wears RL, Salisbury M, Berns SD and the MedTeams Research Consortium. Error reduction and performance improvement in the Emergency Department through teamwork training: Validation results of the MedTeams Project. Health Services Research 2002, 37(6):1553-81.

    2003

    • Beach C, Croskerry P, Shapiro MJ. Profiles in patient safety: emergency care transitions. Acad Emerg Med 2003, 10(4): 364-7.
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro MJ, Suner S, Williams KA. Disaster medicine education: The potential role of high fidelity medical simulation in mass casualty incident training. Med Health RI 2003; 86(7): 196-200.
    • Shapiro MJ, Jay GD. High reliability organizational change for hospitals: translating tenets for medical professionals. Qual Saf Health Care 2003, 12(4): 238-9.
    • Woolard R, Lai M, Shapiro MJ, Kobayashi L, Jay G, Suner S, Williams K, Sullivan F. Emergency department design after 9/11/2001. Med Health RI 2003; 86(7): 204-206.

    2004

    • Croskerr y P, Shapiro MJ, Campbell S, LeBlanc C, Sinclair D, Wren P, Marcoux M. Profiles in patient safety: medication errors in the emergency department. Acad Emerg Med 2004, 11(3): 289-99.
    • Shapiro MJ, Morey JC, Small SD, Langford V, Kaylor CJ, Jagminas L, Suner S. Simulation based teamwork training for emergency department staff: does it improve clinical team performance when added to an existing didactic teamwork curriculum? Qual Saf Health Care 2004, 13(6): 417-21.

    2006

    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro MJ, Sucov A, Woolard R, Boss RM, Dunbar J, Sciamacco R, Karpik K, Jay G. Portable advanced medical simulation for new Emergency Department testing and orientation. Acad Emerg Med 2006, 13(6): 691-5.
    • Kobayashi L, Suner S, Shapiro MJ, Jay G, Sullivan F, Overly F, Seekell C, Hill A, Williams KA. Designing multi-patient advanced medical simulation disaster scenarios for civilian pre-hospital medical response training and evaluation: a "dirty bomb" case study. Simulation in Healthcare 2006, 1(2): 72-8.

    2007

    • Overly F, Sudikoff S, Shapiro M. High fidelity medical simulation as an assessment tool for pediatric residents' airway management skills. Pediatr Emerg Care 2007, 23(1): 11-5.
    • Williams KA, Sullivan F, Suner S, Shapiro M, Kobayashi L, Woolard R, Hill W, Seekell C. Rhode Island Disaster Initiative. Accepted for publication in Int J Risk Assessment and Management. (in press; scheduled 2007)

    2008

    • Kaji A, Bair A, Okada H, Kobayashi L, Khare R, Vozenilek J. Defining Systems Expertise: Effective Simulation at the Organizational level - Implications for Patient Safety, Disaster Surge Capacity, and Facilitating the Systems Interface. Acad Emerg Med 2008; 15(11):1098-103.
    • Kobayashi L, Patterson MD, Overly FL, Shapiro MJ, Williams KA, Jay GD. Educational and Research Implications of Portable Human Patient Simulation in Acute Care Medicine. Acad Emerg Med 2008; 15(11): 1166-74.
    • Kobayashi L, Overly FL, Fairbanks RJ, Patterson M, Kaji AH, Bruno EC, Kirchhoff MA, Strother CG, Sucov A, Wears RL. Advanced medical simulation applications for Emergency Medicine microsystems evaluation and training. Acad Emerg Med 2008; 15(11):1058-70.
    • Shah HH, Kobayashi L, Gjelsvik A, Clyne B. Views of Emergency Medicine trainees on adverse events and negligence: results from one state following the national standard of care." Advances in Patient Safety: New Directions and Alternative Approaches. Vol 1-x, AHRQ Publication No. xxxxx (1-x). In press, 2008. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
    • Shapiro MJ, Gardner R, Godwin SA, Jay GD, Lindquist DG, Salisbury ML, Salas E. Defining team performance: methodology, metrics and opportunities for emergency medicine. Acad Emerg Med 2008; 15(11): 1088-97.
    • Fernandez R, Koslowski S, Shapiro MJ, Salas E. Toward a definition of teamwork in emergency medicine. Acad Emerg Med 2008; 15(11): 1104-12.
    • Williams KA, Sullivan F, Suner S, Shapiro M, Kobayashi L, Woolard R, Hill W, Seekell C. Rhode Island Disaster Initiative. Accepted for publication, Int J Risk Assessment and Management. (in press; scheduled 2008)

    2009

    • Overly FL, Sudikoff SN, Duffy S, Anderson A, Kobayashi L. Three scenarios to teach difficult discussions in pediatric emergency medicine: sudden infant death, child abuse with domestic violence, and medication error. Sim Healthcare 2009; 4(2):114-130.
    • Sudikoff S, Overly F, Shapiro M. High-fidelity medical simulation as a technique to improve pediatric residents emergency airway management and teamwork. Accepted for publication, Pediatr Emerg Care, Dec. 2008.
    • Tubbs RJ, Murphy B, Mainiero MB, Shapiro M, Kobayashi L, Lindquist D, Smith JL, Siegel N. "High-fidelity medical simulation as an assessment tool for radiology residents' acute contrast reaction management skills." J Am Coll Radiol 2009; 6(8): 582-7.

    2010

    • Kobayashi L, Dunbar-Viveiros JA, Sheahan BA, Rezendes MH, Devine J, Cooper MR, Martin PB, Jay GD. In situ simulation comparing in-hospital first responder sudden cardiac arrest resuscitation with semi-automated defibrillators and automated external defibrillators. Accepted for publication, Sim Healthcare, 2010.
    • Kobayashi L, Lindquist D, Jenouri I, Dushay K, Haze D, Sutton E, Smith J, Tubbs R, Overly F, Foggle J, Dunbar-Viveiros J, Jones M, Marcotte S, Werner D, Cooper M, Martin P, Tammaro D, Jay G. Comparison of sudden cardiac arrest resuscitation performance data obtained from in-hospital incident chart review and in situ high-fidelity medical simulation. Accepted for publication, Resuscitation, 2010.

     

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    Books and Chapters

    • Gordon JA, McLaughlin S, Shapiro MJ, Bond W, Spillane L. Simulation in Emergency Medicine. In: Loyd GE et al, eds. Practical Healthcare Simulations. Elsevier Mosby, 2004, p299-337.
    • Croskerry P, Shapiro M, Perry SJ, Wears R. Process improvement and error management in the emergency department. In: Marx J et al, eds. Emergency Medicine Concepts and Clinical Practice. St. Louis: Mosby, 2006.
    • Williams KA, Kobayashi L, Shapiro MJ. Disaster education and research. In: Ciottone G et al, eds. Disaster Medicine. St.Louis: Mosby, 2006.
    • PETMAN Committee (Tomizuka M, Akeel HA, Atkeson C, Brosseau L, Frund Z, Jan D, Jayaraman S, Kobayashi L, Newman D, Sanderson A, Schaudies RP), National Academies. Soldier protective clothing and equipment: feasibility of chemical testing using a fully articulated robotic manikin. National Academies Press, 2007.
    • Shapiro MJ, Bond WF. Medical simulation. In: Croskerry P, Cosby KS, Schenkel SM, Wears RL, eds. Patient safety in emergency medicine. Lippincott Williams + Wilkins: Philadelphia, 2008.

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    Abstracts

    2000

    • Jay GD, Langford V, Jagminas L, Shapiro MJ, Suner S, Morey, J, Salisbury, ML, Simon, R. Development and prospective evaluation of the emergency team training coordination course (ETCC-s) enhanced with high fidelity medical simulation. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, San Francisco, CA, May 2000, and the 2nd European Emergency Medicine Conference, Poland, October 2000.

    2002

    • Shapiro MJ, Morchi R, Kobayashi L. High-fidelity medical simulation and teamwork training to enhance medical student performance in cardiac resuscitation. Innovation in Emergency Medicine Education, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2002, and the Society for Academic Medicine Annual Meeting 2002, and Northeast Group in Educational Affairs Conference 2002.
    • Shapiro MJ, Simmons W, Jay GD, Wright RO, Trespalacios FM. Can medical errors and near misses reported to an emergency department anonymous error reporting system be identified through chart review?" Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2002.

    2003

    • Shapiro M, Morchi R, Kobayashi L. High-fidelity Medical Simulation and its role in evaluating Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) skills. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2003. Acad Emerg Med 2003; 10(5): 488.

    2004

    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro M, Sullivan F, Clyne B, Morchi R, Jay G. High fidelity medical simulation enhances housestaff satisfaction with ACLS certification and recertification training. Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2004 and Society for Academic Emergency Medicine New England Regional Meeting 2004.
    • Shapiro M, Kobayashi L, Williams K, Sullivan F, Seekell CL, Suner S. Use of personal protective equipment does not impede airway management in an environment simulating a chemical weapons of mass destruction (WMD) attack. Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2004.
    • Clyne B, Gutman D, Sutton E, Kobayashi L, Spitalnic S, Jay G, Shapiro M. Oral board versus high fidelity simulation for competency assessment: Senior emergency medicine resident management of an acute coronary syndrome. Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2004 and Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2004. Acad Emerg Med 2004; 11(5): 500.
    • Lee PH, Kobayashi L. Evaluation of medical care and transportation issues at a simulated arctic Mars base. Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting 2004.
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro M, Hill A, Jay G. Creating a MESS for enhanced acute care medical education and medical error reduction: The multiple encounter simulation scenario. Innovation in Emergency Medicine Education, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2004. Acad Emerg Med 2004; 11(8): 896.
    • Suner S, Williams K, Shapiro M, Kobayashi L, Woolard R, Sullivan F. Effect of personal protective equipment (PPE) on rapid patient assessment and treatment during a simulated chemical weapons of mass destruction (WMD) attack. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2004. Acad Emerg Med 2004; 11(5): 605.
    • Williams KA, Sullivan F, Suner S, Shapiro M, Kobayashi L , Woolard R, Seekell, C. Do first responders enter unsafe environments? Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2004. Acad Emerg Med 2004; 11(5): 604.
    • Williams KA, Sullivan F, Suner S, Shapiro M, Kobayashi L , Woolard R, Seekell, C, Trespalacios F. Triage behavior of first responders. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2004. Acad Emerg Med 2004; 11(5): 588.
    • Croskerry P, Shapiro MJ, Perry S, Vinen J. Process improvement and error management in the emergency department. Emergency Medicine Anesthesia, Australasia, June 2004.

    2005

    • Shapiro M, Suner S, Kobayashi L, Williams K, Sullivan F, Jay G. Simulation Training in Emergency Preparedness (STEP): A statewide Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) training program for hospital personnel . Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2005.
    • Sudikoff S, Overly F, Shapiro M. High fidelity medical simulation as an assessment tool for pediatric resident airway management skills. Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2005.
    • Gutman D, Clyne B, Sutton E, Jenouri I, Shapiro M, Spitalnic S. Do you see what I see? How does resident self-assessment compare to faculty assessment on a standardized high fidelity medical simulation case? Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Northeast Regional Meeting 2005.
    • Overly F, Sudikoff SN, Shapiro M. Pediatric airway management via medical simulation. Platform presentation, Society for Pediatric Research / Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting 2005.
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro MJ, Sucov A, Woolard R, Jay G. Transportable Enhanced Simulation Technologies for Pre-Implementation Limited Operations Testing (TESTPILOT) Program in new Emergency Departments. Innovation in Emergency Medicine Education, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2005. Acad Emerg Med 2005; 12: 795-6.
    • Summerhill E, Shapiro M. Biodefense training for internal medicine residents. Chest 2005; 128: 183s.

    2006

    • Shapiro MJ, Williams KA, Kobayashi L, Morey JC, Counihan T, Overly F, Sullivan F, Suner S, Jay G. Civilian medical simulation centers as a regional resource for training and skill sustainment of Reserve Component medical personnel in combat casualty care. Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2006. Simulation in Healthcare 2006; 1(2): 120.
    • Shapiro MJ, Kobayashi L, Lindquist D, Overly F. Development of a transportable modular simulation-based patient safety curriculum for graduate medical education. Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2006. Simulation in Healthcare 2006; 1(2): 138.
    • Overly F, Sudikoff S, Shapiro MJ. Simulation based intervention as an effective teaching tool for teamwork and pediatric airway skills. Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2006. Simulation in Healthcare 2006; 1(2): 122.
    • Mainiero MB, Shapiro M, Murphy B. Use of high fidelity medical simulation in the education of radiology residents in contrast reaction management. Innovation in Emergency Medicine Education, Annual Meeting of Association of University Radiologists 2006.
    • Kobayashi L, Nagdev A, Clyne B, Gibbs F, Jay G. Integration of Ultrasound Simulation (U/SS) into Advanced Medical Simulation for Emergency Medicine Resident Training. Innovation in Emergency Medicine Education, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2006. Acad Emerg Med 2006; 13(5 suppl 1): S210
    • Kobayashi L, Babu K, Ganetsky M, Anderson A. Curriculum in Simulated Pitfalls of Overdose Toxicology (C-SPOT) for Emergency Medicine Resident Training. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2006. Acad Emerg Med 2006; 13(5 suppl 1): S210-11

    2007

    • Kobayashi L, Overly F, Shapiro MJ, Jay G. Simulation Proportional Effort Contribution Tracking (SPECTra) system for data-driven determination of individual personnel time and effort contribution to simulation center activity. Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation 2007.

    2008

    • Bender J, Kennally K, et al. Neonatal resuscitation simulation performance measurement tool development. Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2008.
    • Kobayashi L, Williams KA, Jones M, Marcotte S, Jay G. Mobile / Transitive Incident Operational Needs (MoTION) simulation. Lifespan Research Celebration 2007 and Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2008.
    • Jones M, Overly F, Kobayashi L, Dunbar J. Use of re-purposed human patient simulator equipment for simulation of bedside patient monitors. Lifespan Research Celebration 2007 and Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2008 (syllabus).
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro MJ, Haze D, Dushay K, Foggle JL, Jenouri IM, Lindquist DG, Overly FL, Smith JL, Sutton EM, Tubbs RJ, Werner D, Jones MS, Marcotte S, Tammaro D, Martin P, Jay GD. Preliminary findings from the in-hospital medical cardiopulmonary resuscitation simulation (SimCode) project. Lifespan Research Celebration 2007 and British Medical Journal International Forum on Patient Safety in Healthcare 2008.
    • Overly FL, Lindquist D, Paglia MJ, Browning L, Choi K, Kobayashi L, Gard D, Shapiro MJ. Expanding the use of hybrid simulators: Integrating a standardized patient and obstetrical manikin to provide teamwork training to multi-disciplinary labor and delivery room teams. Lifespan Research Celebration 2007 and Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2008.
    • Siegel N, Darula K, O'Rourke E, Kobayashi L, Overly F, Bird E. Towards the resuscitation bay of the future: identifying design opportunities through human factors observation. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual New England Regional Meeting 2008.
    • Bouslough D, Foggle J, Proano L, Kobayashi L, Jay G. The use of medical simulation to enahnce the clinical exposure to international emergency medicine: from the returning traveler to "tentside" care abroad. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual National Meeting 2008.
    • Ragsdale L, Gutman D, Tuya Fulton A. High-fidelity medical simulation for geriatric emergency medicine training. American Geriatrics Society 2008.
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro MJ, Haze D, Dushay K, Foggle J, Jenouri I, Lindquist D, Overly F, Smith J, Sutton E, Tubbs R, Werner D, Jones M, Marcotte S, Tammaro D, Martin P, Jay G. Preliminary analysis of in-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation simulation (SimCode) training project. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly Research Forum 2008.
    • Dunbar J, Sheahan B, Kobayashi L. Hospital code-cart equipment quality improvement in response to simulated resuscitation program findings. American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly Research Forum 2008 and Lifespan Research Celebration 2008.
    • Kobayashi L, Jernigan E, Suner S, Marcotte S, Jones M. Use of medical simulation to satisfy National Registry paramedic student endotracheal intubation training requirement elements. Lifespan Research Celebration 2008 and Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference V 2009.

    2009

    • Bender J, Shields R. Simulation to assess Neonatal Resuscitation Program compliance. Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2009.
    • Kobayashi L, Overly FL, Cooper M, Jay G. Comparison of sudden cardiac arrest resuscitation performance data obtained from in-hospital incident chart review and in situ high-fidelity medical simulation. Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2009 (first place research abstract award, Patient Safety category).
    • Kobayashi L, Boss RM, Gibbs FJ, Hennedy MM, Monti, J, Jay GD. Assessment of emergency department physical chart location, identification and differentiation characteristics. Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference V 2009.
    • Kobayashi L, Boss RM, Gibbs FJ, Goldlust EJ, Hennedy MM, Monti JE, Siegel NA, Jay GD. Human factors engineering intervention to improve emergency department physical chart location, identification and differentiation for enhanced patient safety. Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference V 2009.
    • Kobayashi L, Dunbar-Viveiros JA, Sheahan BB, Rezendes MH, Devine J, Cooper MR, Martin PB, Jay GD. In situ intermediate-fidelity medical simulation for comparison of in-hospital first responder sudden cardiac arrest resuscitation with semi-automated defibrillators and with automated external defibrillators. Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference V 2009.

    2010

    • Bender JG, Shields R, Garrin MA, Kennally K, Tanner J, Adam S. Transportable Enhanced Simulation Technologies for Pre-Implementation Limited Operations Testing in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (TESTPILOT-NICU). International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2010.
    • Donoghue A, Cheng A, Ventre K, Boulet J, Brett-Fleegler M, Sudikoff S, Overly F, Stryjewski G, Podraza J, Braga M, Ikeyama T, Festa M, Nishisaki A. Development and Validation of a Clinical Scoring Tool for Simulated Pediatric Resuscitation: A Report from the EXPRESS Pediatric Research Collaborative International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2010.
    • Kobayashi L, Overly FL, Jay GD. Medical simulation scenario visualization with a graphic diagram representation system. Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2010.
    • Lee M, Brown L, Bender J, Overly FL. Teaching neonatal resuscitation to Emergency Medicine residents: Does a simulation-enhnaced intervention improve knowledge and skills. Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2010.

     

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    Peer-Reviewed Web Publications

    • Suner S, Gaffney J. eMedHome.com CME [December 25, 2000] Medicine at mass gathering events. Available at http://www.emedhome.com
    • Kobayashi L. Civilian Chemical Weapon Exposure case, Biological and Chemical Warfare Agents module, "Current concepts in emergency medicine" course. Harvard Online Continuing Medical Education (WebCME) Project , 2003.
    • Kobayashi L, Mermel L. Civilian Bioweapon Exposure case, Biological and Chemical Warfare Agents module, "Current concepts in emergency medicine" course. Harvard Online Continuing Medical Education (WebCME) Project, 2003.
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro M. "Intentional clonidine overdose" case scenario. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Simulation Interest Group (SIG) Emergency Medicine Simulation Resources Online- Simulation Case Library [2005]. MedEdPortal, 2006. Available from: http://www.aamc.org/mededportal, ID = 525.
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro M, Gutman D. "Massive pulmonary embolus with pulseless electrical activity (ACLS cardiac arrest)" case scenario. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Simulation Interest Group (SIG) Emergency Medicine Simulation Resources Online- Simulation Case Library, 2005. Available at:
    • http://www.emedu.org/SimGroup/casedetail.asp?UploadID=91
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro M, Williams K, Morey JC, Counihan T. "U.S. Army Reserve Component Medical Training Simulation Scenarios" package. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Simulation Interest Group (SIG) Emergency Medicine Simulation Resources Online- Simulation Case Library, 2006. MedEdPortal, 2007. Available from: http://www.aamc.org/mededportal, ID = 524.
    • Morey JC, Williams KA, Kobayashi L, Counihan T, Norman B, Holland JB, Langford V. Skill sustainment for National Guard and Reserve medical personnel through Web-based training and human patient simulation. Deliverable for Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) of the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC), Dec 2006.
    • Shapiro M, Kobayashi L, Overly F, Lindquist D, Croskerry P, Beach C, Behara R, Eisenberg E, Murphy L, Perry S, Vanderhoef M, Wears R, Hobgood C, Babu K. "CMS transportable simulation-based training curriculum in patient safety" package. MedEdPortal, 2009. Available at http://www.aamc.org/mededportal , ID = 592 and http://www.lifespan.org/rih/services/simctr/training/default.htm
    • Lozano S, Kobayashi L. "Altered mental status and hyperthermia in adult male" case scenario. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Simulation Interest Group (SIG) Emergency Medicine Simulation Resources Online- Simulation Case Library [2008]. MedEdPortal, 2009. Available at: http://www.aamc.org/mededportal, ID = 1752 or http://www.emedu.org/simlibrary/casedetail.aspx?UploadID=116
    • Kobayashi L, Shapiro M, Nagdev A, Gibbs F. "Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Simulation (U/SS) case scenarios" package. MedEdPortal, 2010. Available at http://www.lifespan.org/rih/services/simctr/RIHMSC_USS_Zip.zip

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    White Papers

    • Shapiro MJ, Simmons W, Wears R, Perry S, Morey JC. ED prototype simulation scenarios. Deliverable for emergency medical team performance (MedTeams®) Phase III, Development of the Emergency Team Coordination Course supported by high fidelity simulation training to improve team performance (ETCC-S), 2001.
    • Williams KA. Vulnerability assessment. Deliverable for Rhode Island Disaster Initiative project phase I. 2003
    • Williams KA. Annotated bibliography of references and resources. Deliverable for Rhode Island Disaster Initiative project phase I. 2003
    • Shapiro M et al. Skill sustainment for National Guard and Reserve medical personnel through Web-based training and human patient simulation. Deliverable for Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center project. September 2006.
    • Shapiro M et al. SAFER project: simulation in patient safety education. Deliverable for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services project. November 2006.
    • Overly FL et al. Simulation-enhanced Advanced Facility for Education and Research. Deliverable for Lifespan Simulation Steering Committee. March 2009.

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    Conference and Media Presentations

    2001

    • Shapiro M, Suner S. Lecture on errors in medicine and teamwork training systems; multiple Emergency Department case scenarios presented through high-fidelity medical simulation manikin. 11th Annual New England Conference / Ocean View Update: Emergency Medicine , sponsored by Rhode Island chapter of American College of Emergency Medicine. Aug. 10, 2001, Newport RI.
    • Shapiro M. Patient safety in the Emergency Department. The Second Annual Health Quality Summit, sponsored by Qualidgm and Rhode Island Quality Partners. October 2001, Waterbury CT.

    2002

    • Shapiro M. The role of the patient simulator in Emergency Medicine education. National Meeting of Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. May 2002, St. Louis MO.
    • Shapiro M. Teamwork training to reduce medical error. Brown Medical School, Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, 2002, Providence RI.
    • Shapiro M. Using simulation and Crew Resource Management to decrease errors and improve teamwork. Institute for Healthcare Improvement, International Symposium, December 2002, Orlando FL.

    2003

    • Williams K. High fidelity simulation for training and research. Critical Care Transport Medicine Conference. March 2003, Louisville, KY.
    • Shapiro M. Simulation and debriefing. New England SimMan™ Users Group Meeting. May 2003, Mashantucket CT.
    • Shapiro M. Incorporating Patient Safety principles into bedside teaching and your curriculum. National Meeting of Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. May 2003, Boston MA.
    • Shapiro M. The use of simulation for training health care professionals. National Meeting of Society for Academic Emergency Medicine . May 2003, Boston MA.
    • Shapiro M. Team training: a new paradigm in patient safety team training in Emergency Medicine and promise of High Fidelity Medical Simulation. New England SimMan™ Users Group Meeting. May 2003, Mashantucket CT.
    • Shapiro M. Critical incident analysis: Practical applications for healthcare. Halifax Error Symposium. October 2003, Nova Scotia Canada.

    2004

    • Williams K. High fidelity simulation. Critical Care Transport Medicine Conference. April 2004, San Antonio TX.
    • Suner S. Defibrillation simulation demonstration. Channel 6? (WLNE?). Jan 2004, Providence RI.
    • Suner S. The effect of PPE on health care provider performance. RIDI Debriefing, Rhode Island Hospital. Jan 22, 2004, Providence RI.
    • Suner S. Effect of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on rapid patient assessment and treatment during a simulated Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) attack. First Turkish National Disaster Medicine Congress. June 26-30, 2004, Antalya Turkey.
    • Suner S. Scene entry and triage behavior of first responders. First Turkish National Disaster Medicine Congress. June 26-30, 2004, Antalya Turkey.
    • Suner S. Creating a MESS: High fidelity simulation in disaster research and training programs. First Turkish National Disaster Medicine Congress. June 26-30, 2004, Antalya Turkey.
    • Suner S. Introduction to high fidelity simulation. "So you want to be a Doctor," Brown University Summer Program for high school students. July, 13, 2004, Providence RI.
    • Shapiro M. Crew Resource Management in healthcare: is it working?" National Patient Safety Foundation Congress. May 2004, Boston MA.
    • Shapiro M. Patient Safety in Emergency Medicine. American Pediatric Association. October 2004, San Francisco CA.

    2005

    • Williams K. Simulation for disaster responders. 3rd Annual Tom Steele Memorial Conference. April 2005, Springfield MO.
    • Williams K. The Rhode Island Disaster Initiative: Research briefing. National Disaster Management System (NDMS) National Conference, Research Track. May 2005, Orlando FL.
    • Suner S. Reproducible medical simulation exercises to generate valid data. National Disaster Medical System Annual Conference: Catastrophic Care for The Nation. May 3, 2005, Orlando FL.
    • Suner S. Effect of PPE on rapid patient assessment and treatment during a simulated chemical WMD attack. National Disaster Medical System Annual Conference: Catastrophic Care for The Nation. May 3, 2005, Orlando, FL.
    • Suner