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Individualized programs

  1. Anesthesia Simulation Program
    • PGY2 residents
    • Faculty: Tanisha Robinson, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Residents will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to provide safe anesthesia in a supervised manner. *Curriculum available upon request

  2. Critical Care Medicine Simulation Program
    • CCM and PCCM fellows
    • Faculty: Frank Lodeserto, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Critical care simulation utilizing SimMan for CCM and PCCM fellows *Curriculum available upon request

  3. Emergency Medicine Medical Student Procedure Lab
    • Medical students
    • Faculty: Mark Olaf, MD and upper level residents
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Learners will rotate each session - central line course, LP training, suturing stations and CPR/mock codes.

  4. General Surgery Simulation Program
    • General surgery residents
    • Faculty: Chief residents, David Parker, MD, John Widger, MD, Mohanbabu Alaparthi, MD, Mo Shabahang, MD, Megan Rapp, MD, Evan Ryer, MD, Denise Torres, MD
    • GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: General surgery has a yearly curriculum that involves the following simulations: Central line, knot tying, suturing, FLS, ultrasound, FRS dry lab, FES, stapling, bowel anastomosis, endoscopic lab, standardized patient programs, FAST, cadaver lab (held in the morgue) and vascular labs.

  5. Internal Medicine Medical Student Simulation Lab
    • Medical students
    • Faculty: Stanley Russin, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: To develop basic CPR skills and AED use.

  6. Internal Medicine/Med-Peds High Fidelity Simulation Program
    • Internal medicine and med-peds residents
    • Faculty: Frank Lodeserto, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Two-year curriculum, two cases per session, SimMan scenarios *Curriculum available upon request

  7. Internal Medicine OMM Training Program
    • Osteopathic residents
    • Faculty: Dan Dometita, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: OMM Training with didactic (PowerPoint presentation) and skills workshop utilizing OMM tables *Curriculum available upon request

  8. Interprofessional Mock Code Simulation Program
    • Physicians, nursing, pharmacy, Etc.
    • Faculty: Doug Kupas, MD
    • Where: Emergency Medicine Simulation Lab and/or HFAM7
    • Brief detail: Interprofessional mock codes using SimMan Essential

  9. Medicine- Pediatrics Medical Student Simulation Program
    • Medical students
    • Faculty: Ayesha Moghul, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Simulation cases focusing on common internal medicine scenarios (respiratory distress, chest pain, abdominal pain, GI bleed, AMS) *Curriculum available upon request

  10. Nephrology Simulation Program
    • Nephrology fellows
    • Faculty: Gurmukteshwar Singh, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Learners have the opportunity to practice central line skills on the task trainers.

  11. Neurology Stroke Alert Simulation Program
    • Neurology residents
    • Faculty: Kelly Baldwin, MD, Christopher Cummings, MD, Cynthia Correll, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: This is a full-day simulation/standardized patient session for neurology residents to review skills on the following cases: Ischemic stroke, intracranial hemorrhage, and status epilepticus. Each resident will rotate through case scenarios in the timeframe provide. *Curriculum available upon request

  12. Obstetrics and Gynecology Simulation Boot Camp
    • Residents
    • Faculty: Brytanie Marshall, MD, Ashlee Smith, DO, Deanna Mascho-Cawley, DO
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Normal/operative/breech delivery, shoulder dystocia, postpartum hemorrhage and eclamptic seizure *Curriculum available upon request

  13. Obstetrics and Gynecology Nursing Orientation Simulation Program
    • Nurses
    • Faculty: Elissa Concini, RN
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center/Geisinger Bloomsburg
    • Brief detail: Postpartum hemorrhage, seizure, shoulder dystocia *Curriculum available upon request

  14. Obstetrics and Gynecology Interprofessional Simulation Program
    • Residents, nursing, physicians
    • Faculty: Brytanie Marshall, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Workshops will consist of the following topics: Shoulder dystocia, postpartum hemorrhage, hypertensive emergency and eclampsia. Rooms will consist of SimMom, SimBaby, PROMPT task trainer and Baby, LapSim, FLS boxes, suturing stations, SonoSim and a communication didactic room.
      *Curriculum available upon request

  15. Pediatric Interprofessional Simulation Program
    • Residents, nursing, physician assistants, physicians 
    • Faculty: Dan Rogers, MD, Jennifer Diep, MD, Chief Resident
    • Where: CH2/CH3 Patient Room
    • Brief detail: Interprofessional scenarios on CH2/CH3, new scenario each time *Curriculum available upon request

  16. Pediatric Resident Simulation
    • Pediatric residents
    • Faculty: Dan Rogers, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Pediatric resident simulation including scenarios involving SimBaby and SimJunior *Curriculum available upon request

  17. PICU Interprofessional Simulation
    • Residents, nursing, physician assistants, physicians 
    • Faculty: Dan Rogers, MD
    • Where: PICU
    • Brief detail: Interprofessional simulation including scenarios involving SimBaby and SimJunior *Curriculum available upon request

  18. Vascular Surgery Simulation Program
    • Vascular fellows
    • Faculty: Evan Ryer MD, Jeremy Irvan MD, Greg Salzler, MD
    • Where: GEMS Simulation Center
    • Brief detail: Use of the Mentice VIST G5 to teach basic endovascular skills