PART I. INTRODUCTION TO SIMULATION for ANESTHESIOLOGY
1. Introduction 2. The Historic Perspective 3. Education and Learning Theory 4. Essentials of Scenario Building 5. Essentials of Debriefing and Feedback 6. Crisis Resource Management and Interdisciplinary Team Training 7. Competency Assessment 8. Licensure and Certification 9. Leadership and Endorsement
PART II. SIMULATION MODALITIES AND TECHNOLOGIES
10. Standardized Patients 11. Manikin Based Simulators and Part-Task Trainers 12. Computer and Web Based Simulators, Virtual Environments
PART III. GENERAL PRACTICE OF ANESTHESIOLOGY
13. Undergraduate 14. Graduate 15. Faculty
PART IV. SUBSPECIALTIES OF ANESTHESIOLOGY
16. Pediatrics 17. Cardiothoracic and vascular 18. Obstetrics 19. Pain medicine 20. Critical Care 21. Regional 22. Transplant 23. Trauma 24. Otolaryngologic and Airway 25. Neuro 26. Ambulatory and Office-Based 27. Perioperative Surgical Home 28. Low-Resource Environments
Part V. CONCLUSION
29. The Future of Simulation for Anesthesiology
This book functions as a practical guide for the use of simulation in anesthesiology. Divided into five parts, it begins with the history of simulation in anesthesiology, its relevant pedagogical principles, and the modes of its employment. Readers are then provided with a comprehensive review of simulation technologies as employed in anesthesiology and are guided on the use of simulation for a variety of learners: undergraduate and graduate medical trainees, practicing anesthesiologists, and allied health providers. Subsequent chapters provide a `how-to" guide for the employment of simulation across wide range of anesthesiology subspecialties before concluding with a proposed roadmap for the future of translational simulation in healthcare.
The Comprehensive Textbook of Healthcare Simulation: Anesthesiology is written and edited by leaders in the field and includes hundreds of high-quality color surgical illustrations and photographs.