Work in Progress: How does role assignment impact learning during simulation-based team training: a phenomenological semi-structured interview study

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Work in Progress: How does role assignment impact learning during simulation-based team training: a phenomenological semi-structured interview study

June 5, 2025 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

How does role assignment impact learning during simulation-based team training: a phenomenological semi-structured interview study

Alexandra Collis, MD, Department of Internal Medicine

Collaborator(s)

A. Vincent Raikhel, MD; Department of Medicine, Seattle VA, University of Washington

Caitlin Schrepel, MD; Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Washington 

Elizabeth Rosenman, MD; Department of Emergency Medicine and Division of Healthcare Simulation Science, University of Washington 

Katherine Gielissen, MD; Department of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Emory University

Heather McPhillips, MD; Department of Pediatrics, Seattle Children’s Hospital 

Joshua Jauregui, MD; Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Washington

Abstract: Simulation-based team training (SBTT) is a highly effective modality to prepare groups of learners to manage critical events such as a rapid response. In timecompressed environments with limited resources, multiple learners are often included and assigned to different roles in each SBTT scenario and there is not always the opportunity for each learner to act as a team leader. It is not well understood, however, how role assignment impacts the experience of learners within the simulation team. The consequence of role assignment is of particular importance to medical school Transition to Residency (TTR) courses which often include rapid response SBTT to prepare graduating medical students for the UME to GME transition. Using the theoretical framework of Activity Theory, we plan to qualitatively examine the impact of role assignment on learner experience during SBTT by conducting one-on-one semi-structured interviews with first-year residents who participated in a TTR rapid response simulation session and were assigned roles of team leader or team member. 

Details

Date:
June 5, 2025
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Venue

Online Event: Zoom
WA United States

Organizer

UW Medicine | CLIME
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