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Research in the use of patient simulation is a high priority within Healthcare Simulation Strategies. As an active researcher, Dr. David Rodgers must keep up with the latest research findings from across the field of patient simulation. The links below feature manscripts, abstracts, and posters presented by Dr. Rodgers.


PUBLICATIONS

Sinz, E.; Santos, M.; & Rodgers, D. (2013, in press). ACS Educational Institutes: Penn State Hershey Clinical Simulation Center. Journal of Surgical Education.

Deutsch, ES; Orioles, A; Kreicher, K; Malloy, KM; & Rodgers, DL. (2013). A qualitative analysis of faculty motivation to participate in otolaryngology simulation boot camps. Laryngoscope. 123(4) 890-891.

Cheng, A; Rodgers, DL; van der Jagt, E; Eppich, W; & O’Donnell, J. (2012). Evolution of the Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course: Enhanced learning with a new debriefing tool and web-based module for PALS instructors. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 13(5): 589-595.

Elliott, VJ; Rodgers, DL; & Brett, SJ. (2011). Systematic review of quality of life and other patient-centred outcomes after cardiac arrest survival. Resuscitation. 82(3); 247-256

Mancini, ME; Soar, J; Bhanji, F; Billi, JE; Dennett, J; Finn, J; Ma, M; Perkins, GD; Rodgers, DL; Hazinski, MF; Jacobs, I; Morley, PT; on behalf of the Education, Implementation, and Teams Chapter Collaborators. (2010). Part 12: Education, implementation, and teams: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science with Treatment Recommendations. Circulation. 122(16): S539-S581.

Soar, J; Mancini, ME; Bhanji, F; Billi, JE; Dennett, J; Finn, J; Ma, M; Perkins, GD; Rodgers, DL; Hazinski, MF; Jacobs, I; & Morley, PT; on behalf of the Education, Implementation, and Teams Chapter Collaborators. (2010). Part 12: Education, implementation, and teams: 2010 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science with Treatment Recommendations. Resuscitation. 815: e288-e330

Bhanji, F; Mancini, ME; Sinz, E; Rodgers, DL; McNeil, MA; Hoadley, TA; Meeks, RA; Hamilton, MF; Meaney, PA; Hunt, EA; Nadkarni, VM; & Hazinski, MF. (2010). Education, Implementation, and Teams: 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. Circulation, 122(18): S920-S933. 

Rodgers, DL; Bhanji, F; & McKee, BR. (2010). Written evaluation is not a predictor for skills performance in an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Course, Resuscitation, 81(4): 453-456.

Rodgers, DL, Securro, S., & Pauley, RD. (2009). The effect of high-fidelity simulation on educational outcomes in an Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support course. Simulation in Healthcare, Vol. 4(4): 200-206. 

Rodgers, DL, & Withrow-Thornton, BJ. (2005). The effect of instructional media on learner motivation. International Journal of Instructional Media, 32(4): 333-342.

POSTERS and ABSTRACTS

Converting a Lecture-based Paramedic Renewal Program to a Simulation-based Course. Poster presented at the International Meeting on Medical Simulation (2010, January), Phoenix, AZ.

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) training in the 21st century: Improving resident training using simulation. Poster presented at the International Meeting on Medical Simulation (2010, Januray), Phoenix, AZ.

ACLS Students Manage Simulated Ventricular Fibrillation Cardiac Arrests Better Than Non-Ventricular Fibrillation Cardiac Arrests. Poster presented at Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update 2008 (2008, June), Las Vegas, NV

Student Self-reported Confidence in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Skills is Overrated Compared to Expert-rater Evaluation of Student Performance Poster presented at Emergency Cardiovascular Update 2008 (2008, June), Las Vegas, NV

 

Nursing students' perspectives on the role of high-fidelity manikin-based simulation in the nursing curriculum: Preliminary data (2008, Jan.).Poster presentation at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.

 

Student perceptions of self-efficacy in ACLS are not influenced by simulator fidelity (2008, Jan.). Poster presentation at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA. 

 

Written evaluation in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support is not a predictor for cardiac arrest performance, Circulation (2007). 116, II 942.

Simulator fidelity is not a predictor of effective resuscitation teamwork, Simulation in healthcare (2007). 2, 274.