Simul Healthc 2021 Sep 24. Epub 2021 Sep 24.
From the Tufts University School of Medicine (L.A.M.), Boston, MA; Department of Medical Education (L.A.M.), The Hannaford Center for Simulation, Innovation and Education; Section of Hospital Medicine (L.A.M.), Department of Pediatrics, The Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME; Section of Emergency Medicine (C.B.D.), Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine; Simulation Center (C.B.D.), Texas Children's Hospital, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine; Section of Critical Care Medicine (K.I.D.), Department of Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, TX; Departments of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine (A.C.), University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada; Division of Pediatric Critical Care (A.W.C.), University of Louisville School of Medicine and Norton Children's Hospital, Louisville, KY; Section of Emergency Medicine (M.A.A.), Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT; Division of Critical Care (J.P.D.), University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada; and Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons (D.O.K.), New York, NY.
Summary Statement: A decade ago, at the time of formation of the International Network for Pediatric Simulation-based Innovation, Research, and Education, the group embarked on a consensus building exercise. The goal was to forecast the facilitators and barriers to growth and maturity of science in the field of pediatric simulation-based research. This exercise produced 6 domains critical to progress in the field: (1) prioritization, (2) research methodology and outcomes, (3) academic collaboration, (4) integration/implementation/sustainability, (5) technology, and (6) resources/support/advocacy. Read More