Sandra is a doctor from Copenhagen, Denmark who’s deeply passionate about performance in resuscitation and how we move from being an unaware novice to an adaptive expert. She’s had lots of experience in medical simulation, is an enthusiastic educator who spoke at SMACC when she was still a medical student and she’s an elite figure skater.
A MEETING OF THE TRIBES: INTER-PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN CRITICAL CARE
“Meeting of the Tribes” brings together clinicians from a broad range of health professions–including medicine, nursing, social work, and physiotherapy–to explore interprofessional issues in critical care. In addition to their clinical work, panelists have unique perspectives on education, simulation, and resilience in healthcare. In discussing issues related to tribalism and their implications for interprofessional practice, we will explore what it will take to overcome a tribal mentality in the service of improved patient care. In this session, we will strive to: (a) present a snapshot of the status quo, (b) explore key issues and their implications for clinical practice, and (c) envision of future of enhanced interprofessional collaborative practice.
LIGHTING THE FLAME: CRITICAL CARE EDUCATION
This session brings together a panel of educators with a track record of innovation and design in medical education. The panel wil explore the past, present and most importantly the future of how we will teach and learn critical care. We will explore the future changing role of the medical educator from one of information delivery and assessment to co-learner and developer. Will new technologies really change education or simply form adjuncts to traditional learning models. Get involved and tweet your questions to #SMACCMedEd