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April 24, 2013

David Rodgers is a copresenter of Conjoined Twins Simulation: From Birth to Separation at the International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops held in New York City.

 
Jan. 26 - 29, 2013

David Rodgers particpated in several workshops and presentations at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare in Orlando, FL - Structured Debriefing: Scalable, Teachable, Testable; Conjoined Twins: Experiences from Newborn Resuscitation to Separation; Why Simulation Works: Learning Theory and Simulation; and Building a better scenario: Step-by-step instructions to creating scenarios while also meeting SIH accreditation goals.

 
Jan. 14, 2013

The Penn State Hershey Medical Center Clinical Simulation Center hires David Rodgers as Manager. Dr. Rodgers will continue to provide his consultation services.

 
Sept. 14 - 15, 2012

David Rodgers participated in two presentations at Emergency Cardiovascular Update 2012 in Orlando, FL - Simulation in ACLS and PALS: High Technology, High Realism; and Gather, Analyze, Summarize: Debriefing Using the AHA Model.

 
March 21, 2012

David Rodgers was the keynote speaker at the Simulation in Healthcare conference sponsored by the Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions in Fort Lauderdale, FL. His topic was Why Debrief? Methods, Models, Motivations .

 
Jan. 28 - 31, 2012

David Rodgers participates in several presentations atthe International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare In San Diego, CA - Structured Debriefing: Scalable, Teachable, Testable; In situ simulation: Overcoming barriers to success; Building a better scenario: Step-by-step instructions to creating scenarios while also meeting SIH accreditation goals; and Mastery Learning Principles in Simulation: Putting Accomplishment in the Driver’s Seat.

 
Jan. 22 - 24, 2011

David Rodgers participated in two presentation at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare in New Orleans, LA - Mastery Learning Principles in Simulation: Putting Accomplishment in the Driver’s Seat; and Structured Debriefing: Scalable, Teachable, Testable.

 
Dec. 11, 2010

David Rodgers was a copresenter for Simulation in ALS Courses: An Interactive Workshop on Operations and Debriefing at Emergency Cardiovascular Care 2010 in San Diego, CA.

 
Nov. 12, 2010

David Rodgers presented Debriefing in Advanced Life Support Courses at the 2010 AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC Instructors Conference in Chicago, IL.

 
Jan. 23, 2010

David Rodgers was a copresenter at a preconference workshop titled Instructor Training: Technical Debriefing duing the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare in Phoeniz, AZ

 
Dec. 3 & 4, 2009

David Rodgers co-presented on Structured and Supported Debriefing at the Third Annual Symposium on Nursing Simulation on December 3 and 4, 2009, in Pittsburgh, PA.

 
Dec. 1, 2009

Simulation in Healthcare, the journal of the Society of Simulation in Healthcare, published the research article The Effect of High-Fidelity Simulation on Learning Outcomes in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support with David Rodgers as the lead author.

 
Oct. 19, 2009

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia hires David Rodgers as a clincial educator in the Center for Simulation, Advanced Education, and Innovation. Dr. Rodgers will continue to provide consultation services through Healthcare Simulation Strategies as time permits.

 
Sept. 17 & 18, 2009

David Rodgers will be presenting a patient simulation workshop at the Blue Ridge Respiratory care Symposium in Front Royal, Va.  

 
May 4, 2009

The spring issue of Domain3: Official Publication of the National Association of EMS Educators featured an article by Dr. Rodgers titled Patient Simulation in EMS Education. For more information go to www.naemse.org.

 
Jan. 12 - 14, 2009

During the Ninth Annual International Meeting on Medical Simulation in Orlando, FL, David Rodgers was an invited participant in two panel discussions presentations. "Learning Theories and Simulation: New Advances from Science and Education" which was copresented with Dr. John George and "And why would we fund you? How funding agencies think and how to convince them?" was chaired by Peter Dieckmann. Go to www.ssih.org for more information.

 
Oct. 16 & 17, 2008

David Rodgers presented the keynote address at the Laerdal Midwest Simulation User Network meeting in Chicago on Oct. 16 and 17. Dr. Rodgers address was titled “Debriefing: Contrasting Models and Techniques.” For more information, go to www.laerdal.com .

 
Sept. 11, 2008

David Rodgers copresented a one-day workshop on medical simulation at the National Association of EMS Educators annual conference in St. Louis, Missouri, on Sept. 11, 2008. For information about this workshop and the rest of the NAEMSE conference schedule, visit www.naemse.org.

 
Sept. 4, 2008

The 19th Annual Respiratory Care Conference at Charleston Area Medical Center will featured a presentation by David Rodgers titled “Simulation in Respiratory Care: Learning in Immersive Environments.”  

 
June 15, 2008

The Citizens’ CPR Foundation presented David Rodgers with the 2008 William H. Montgomery Excellence in Education award for the outstanding presentation at its biannual conference, Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update, held in Las Vegas. Dr. Rodgers presentation was titled “"The Effective Use of Patient Simulators in Life Support Training Courses: Potential and Pitfalls.”  Award Photo

 

 
June 14, 2008

David Rodgers made a presentation titled "The Effective Use of Patient Simulators in Life Support Training Courses: Potential and Pitfalls" at Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update 2008. ECCU 2008 is scheduled from June 13 through 15 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Rodgers also has two research abstracts being presented in poster format at ECCU 2008. For information about this conference, go to www.citizencpr.org.  

 
June 13 - 15, 2008

The research team led by David Rodgers presented two posters at Emergency Cardiovascular Care Update 2008 in Las Vegas. The two posters were titled “ACLS students manage simulated ventricular fibrillation cardiac arrests better than non-ventricular cardiac arrests ” and “Student self-reported confidence in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support skills is overrated compared to expert-rater evaluation of student performance.

 
Jan. 14 - 16, 2008

Three peer-reviewed poster or syllabus abstracts were presented at the annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) in San Diego, California, in which David Rodgers was lead author or co-author. The abstracts included: Simulator fidelity is not a predictor of effective resuscitation teamwork, Student perceptions of self-efficacy in ACLS are not influenced by simulator fidelity, and Nursing students' perspectives on the role of high-fidelity manikin-based simulation in the nursing curriculum: Preliminary data . IMSH is the world’s premier healthcare simulation conference.

 
Nov. 4, 2007

David Rodgers presented the peer-reviewed poster abstract “Written evaluation in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support is not a predictor for cardiac arrest performance” at the Resuscitation Science Symposium (ReSS) in Orlando, Florida. ReSS is a preconference to American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, the largest cardiovascular conference in the world.