Medical simulation fellows have the opportunity to grow by leading and authoring research projects in addition to assisting and mentoring colleagues in the completion of their research. Over the course of the program, fellows become proficient in simulation research statistical analysis. Subsequently, fellows may apply for a seed grant to fund the acquisition of simulation-based equipment or conduct a novel study. Fellows also prepare and facilitate a simulation center journal club.
|Former Indiana University Simulation Fellows Scholarly Publications|
Nic Ellis, MD
Development of Cost Effective Thoracostomy Task Trainer
Development of Mastery Learning Blunt Dissection Thoracostomy Checklist
Matthew Oliverio, DO
Effectivity of Fiberoptic Nasal Intubation Skill Development in Distance Learning
Alex Croft, MD
Devin Doos, MD
|2019-2020||Anna Bona, MD
Women in GME Research
Bona A, Ahmed R, Falvo L, Welch J, Heniff M, Cooper D, Sarmiento E, Hobgood C. Closing the gender gap in medicine: the impact of a simulation-based confidence and negotiation course for women in graduate medical education. BMC Med Educ. 2023 Apr 14;23(1):243. doi: 10.1186/s12909-023-04170-y. PMID: 37060057; PMCID: PMC10103407.
Mary Hughes, DO
Developing Breaking Bad News through Tele-Simulation
Hughes M, Gerstner B, Bona A, Falvo L, Schroedle K, Cooper D, Sarmiento E, Hobgood C, Ahmed R. Adaptive change in simulation education: Comparison of effectiveness of a communication skill curriculum on death notification using in person methods versus a digital communication platform. AEM Educ Train. 2021 Jul 1;5(3):e10610. doi: 10.1002/aet2.10610. PMID: 34268463; PMCID: PMC8253723.
Lauren Falvo, MD
Patient and Peer Medical Error Disclosure Curriculum
Manuscript pending acceptance