SECTION I: HISTORY OF ECMO & ECMO SIMULATION.- 1. ECMO from Conception to Execution.- 2. Simulating ECMO: Rationale and Genesis.- SECTION II: EDUCATIONAL THEORY BEHIND ECMO SIMULATION.- 3.The Critical Role of Simulation in ECMO Education.- 4. A Conceptual Framework for Development of a Simulation-Enhanced ECMO Training Program: Use of a Zone-Based Framework.- 5. Brain-Based Learning.- 6. Designing an ECMO Simulation Curriculum.- SECTION III: TECHNOLOGY FOR ECMO SIMULATION.- 7. Innovations and Options for ECMO Simulation.- 8. Physiologic Modeling.- 9. Immersive Technologies in ECMO Simulation.- SECTION IV: OTHER TOPICS FOR ECMO SIMULATION.- 10. Interprofessional Education and ECMO Simulation.- 11. Optimizing ECMO Teams: What Every ECMO Educator Needs to Know about the Latest Advances in Team Science.- SECTION V: PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS.- 12: Current Training Recommendations for ECMO Providers and Specialists.- 13: The Role of Simulation in Starting a New ECMO Program.- 14. Using Simulation to Develop an ECMO Transport Program.- 15. Debriefing ECMO Simulations: Special Considerations.- 16. Controversies on Certification of ECMO Practititioners Using Simulation.- 17. Research in ECMO Simulation: A Review of the Literature.- 18. Faculty Development for ECMO Simulation.- 19. Quality Improvement.- SECTION VI: SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR DIFFERENT ECMO POPULATIONS.- 20. Neonatology.- 21. ECMO Simulation in Infants, Children, and Adolescents.- 22. ECMO Simulation in Patients with Cardiac Disease.- 23. Surgical Considerations.- 24. Nursing Aspects of ECPR and ECMO Training.- 25. ECMO Simulation in the Adult Population - Proning, Awakening Breathing Trials, and Mobilization.- 26. The Role of Simulation in Training of ECMO Specialists.- SECTION VI: PRACTICAL GUIDE.- 27. A Practical and Pictorial Guide for Creating ECMO Simulation.
This book focuses on the technical, cognitive, and behavioral skills needed to implement an extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) simulation program. It describes these programs on the individual, team, and hospital system level, and includes the history of ECMO simulation, its evolution to its current state, and future directions of technology and science related to ECMO simulation.
Divided into six sections, chapters describe both the theoretical as well as the practical aspects of ECMO simulation, including a pictorial guide to setting up an ECMO simulation circuit and how to recreate ECMO emergencies. It is a pragmatic guide that emphasizes the necessary practical items and discussions necessary to plan, set-up, orchestrate, and debrief ECMO simulations for different types of learners in different
Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: ECMO Simulation - A Theoretical and Practical Guide is part of the Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation Series, and this book is intended for educators, simulation technologists, and providers involved in ECMO programs who recognize the value of simulation to improve ECMO outcomes.
Lindsay C. Johnston, MD, MEd
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Yale School of Medicine
Yale - New Haven Children's Hospital
Department of Pediatrics
New Haven, CT, USA
Lillian Su, MD
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Department of Pediatrics
Division of Cardiology
Palo Alto, CA, USA