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Assistant Clinical Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical SchoolDirector, Graduate Programs, Institute for Medical Simulation, Center for Medical Simulation
Simulation and Debriefing: Enhancing clinicians’ ability to reflect on and improve their teaching skills using experiential, simulation-based learning is the primary focus of my research. I study how clinicians become “reflective practitioners”—people capable of examining and adjusting their cognitive routines and emotional reactions to improve patient safety and quality as well as clinical teaching. I conduct research and teach about the qualities and preconditions of reflective practice in healthcare simulation, especially “debriefing.” Debriefing is a rigorous post-simulation dialogue that generates insights and behavior change to improve clinical practice. I co-developed a debriefing assessment instrument called the DASH.Diagnostic error: I have conducted research on clinical problem solving in anesthesia at the Center for Medical Simulation. Blending these studies with research on accident and errors in high-hazard industries such as nuclear power and chemical processing, I have developed computer simulations of diagnostic problem solving.
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Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine
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