2014 Summer Simulation Multi-Conference, The Society for Modeling & Simulation International, Monterey, CA, July 6-10, 2014
David Biffar, MS
Video-guided Direct laryngoscopy: Consideration for using Simulation to Teach Inexperienced Medical Students
The comparison of High Definition Versus Stereoscopic Display on Standardized Fundamental Laparoscopic Skill Procedures
Surgical Navigation Pointer facilitates Identification of Targets in a Simulated Environment
2014 Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies, Innovation and Evidence
Lisa Grisham, NNP, MS; Joe Livingston, MD, Scottsdale Arizona, April 4-6, 2014
Pediatric Simulation Pre-Conference Workshop
National Association of EMS Physicians Annual Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, January 14 - 18, 2014
David Biffar, MS (on-site Simulation Technician)
How mobile can you go? Making the most of your patient simulator outside of the training facility.
David E. Biffar, MS; Lisa Grisham, NNP, MS
Presented at the Human Patient Simulator Network World Conference, San Francisco, CA, Jun. 30 - Jul. 2, 2013
The following is curriculum pertaining to the 4 scenarios that were presented: 1) Pre-hospital mass casualty, 2) CT Surgery, 3) Adult ECMO transport, and 4) Mobile ICU Transport.
Novel Cardiothoracic Trainer to Improve Interprofessional Education (IPE) During Robotic Surgery
David E. Biffar, MS
Podium Presentation at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL, Jan. 26-30, 2013
Playing Frankenstein: Make Artificial Tissue Come to Life!
David E. Biffar, MS
Presentation at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL, Jan 26-30, 2013
Become more involved in the fidelity of your training equipment while lowering your consumable costs. This presentation addresses potential applications of artificial tissue in medical simulation training and the requirements to starting your own artificial tissue lab.
Bringing Simulation to the Customer: That's how we roll
David E. Biffar, MS
Presentation at the Western Regional Human Patient Simulator Network, Phoenix, AZ, Nov 8-9, 2012
In situ simulation allows health care providers to train in their natural interprofessional environment. It reduces the situational barrier and enhances transfer validity of training. This presentation addresses the logistical considerations of mobilizing simulations outside of the training facility.
The Future of Medical Simulation in Distance Learning and Telemedicine
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, Arizona Legislative Council, Phoenix, AZ, October 17, 2012
Construction of a high-fidelity, reusable model for neonatal ECMO
Lisa Grisham, MS, NNP; Jess L. Thompson, MD
Video Presentation at Committee of Congenital Heart Surgeons' Society Third Joint Meeting, Chicago, IL, Sept. 13-15, 2012
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Workshop
Emergency Pediatric Interdisciplinary Care Conference (EPICC), Tucson, AZ, Feb. 19, 2012
Hannes Prescher, BA; David E. Biffar, MS
Simulation: Training for Moments When Humans Break Down
Allan J. Hamilton, MD (Keynote Speaker). Collaboration Across Borders (CAB) 3rd Annual Conference, Tucson, Arizona, Nov 20, 2011.
Interprofessional Education (IPE) Simulation Workshop:
Collaborating Across Borders (CAB) 3rd Annual Conference, Tucson, AZ, 2011
Allan Hamilton, MD; David Biffar, MS; Lisa Grisham, MS, NNP; John Jarred, EMT-P; Hannes Prescher, BA.
Seven Interactive 1-hour Simulation Breakout Session
Group Simulation: Emergency Room Simulation Case: Breakdown of Communication - where Errors are made.
- Airway Management: intubation, cricothyrotomy
- Peripheral intravenous access
- Suturing with artificial tissue models
- Laparoscopic Surgery
- Birthing, Neonatal, Pediatric and Adult Human Patient Simulators
Telemedicine Simulation Workshop:
Bridging the Gap: Border Health Binational Medical Conference, Tucson, AZ, Nov. 19-21, 2011
David Biffar, MS; Hannes Prescher, BA
Two 1-hour interactive workshops of an emergency wilderness case of a gila monster bite with a telemedicine assisted intubation procedure
Building a Simulation Think Tank to Improve Regional Healthcare
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, Mayfield Clinic-Cleveland Clinic Winter Clinics for Cranial & Spinal Surgery, Aspen, Co, March 4, 2011
Code Blue: Can Technology Save Us From A Tidal Wave of Medical Errors?
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Elsevier Healthcare, Orlando Convention Center, Orlando, FL, Feb 21, 2011
Medical Simulation Workshop:
Siemens Innovations Conference, Orlando, FL, 2010
Allan Hamilton, MD; David Biffar, MS; John Jarred, EMT-P
Peripheral Intravenous Skills 3-hour Medical Simulation Workshop
Six Interactive 1-Hour Medical Simulation Breakout Sessions
- Responding to Contrast Reactions: Everyday Occurrences and Unforgettable Complications.
- Seizing the Moment: A Step-by-Step Approach to Epilepsy.
- Post-Biopsy Fluid Management.
- Treating Unplanned Reactions to Cardiac Medications during Stress Tests.
- Responding to Stent Placement Errors during Catheterization Procedures.
- Patient Management of Pneumothorax after Image-Guided Lung Biopsy.
Twenty-First Century High-Tech Medicine--Part II: When Can Healthcare Become Inhuman or Inhumane?
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, Honors Biomedical Engineering Seminar, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Oct 27, 2010.
Twenty-First Century High-Tech Medicine--Part I: Praying for Answers or Answering Our Prayers
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, Honors Biomedical Engineering Seminar, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Oct 20, 2010
The Art and Science of Medical Simulation--the Practice of Practicing Neurosurgery
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, 56th Annual Meeting, Western Neurosurgery Society, Santa Fe, NM, Oct. 9, 2010
How Do We Save Medicine in the 21st Century
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, Science Expressed Lecture SeriesBailey Auditorium, ASU downtown campus, Phoenix, AZ. Monday, September 21, 2009
New Technology and the Future of Medicine: Inhuman or Inhumane?
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, University of Arizona Honors Pre-Medical Class, March 26, 2009
How Many Times Did Your Pilot Crash the Plane (or Why Simulation Is Better than Real Life)
Allan J. Hamilton, Siemens Annual Interventional Radiology Conference, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV, July 31, 2008
Virtually Assisted Surgical Training: Concepts, Foundations, and Sensor-based Techniques
Allan J. Hamilton, MD, 2nd Annual Symposium Microelectronics Packaging and Test Engineering Council (MEPTEC), Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, September 25, 2007