KCRSA Spring Simulation Summit Agenda

April 19, 2024 ∙ MEETING AGENDA

Hosted by Concorde Career College

Campus Building Meeting Location: 

11:30 am  – 12:00 pm


Room Location: 1st Floor East Entrance (C2)

12:00 pm  – 12:30 pm


In Person Room Location: 335

12:30 pm  – 1:30 pm

MSR – Dror Dolfin, M.D.— Technology in Simulation – Zoom

In Person Location: 335

1:30 pm – 1:45 pm

TRANSITION / Vendor Time / Bathroom Break 

1:45 pm – 2:30 pm

Breakout room sessions

In Person Location: 304 & 320

2:30 pm – 2:45 pm

TRANSITION / Vendor Time / Bathroom Break 

2:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Research Roundtable Information Presentation 

In Person Location: 335

3:25 pm – 3:50 pm

Concorde Career College Simulation Center Tours

In Person Location: Starts in 343

3:50 pm – 4:00 pm

Conclusion – Wrap Up/Evaluations 

Room # 335

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Keynote: Dror Dolfin M.D.

Location: Room 335

Dror Dolfin M.D.

Dror Dolfin – M.D. MBA – MSR

Technology in Simulation

In the past, Dror Dolfin worked for several years in the “Hosen” (“resilience”) center for intervention in trauma and mass disasters, participating in training sessions and workshops countrywide. For over a decade now, he has been working to promote recognition and systemic treatment for burnout syndrome in the healthcare system in Israel. He has lectured about the subject for professional and non-professional audiences and advanced initiatives to address the burnout of physicians and nursing staff at various organizational levels.At Soroka Medical Center, the largest general hospital in Israel, he works as the Deputy Director General, leading the resilience unit in charge of staff wellbeing, a priority for him before and throughout the COVID epidemic.He earned his bachelor’s with honors in philosophy, Master of Business Administration with a focus on healthcare systems administration and medical degree from Tel Aviv University.

1:45 pm – 2:30 pm

Presenter: Megan Turner

Location: Room 304

megan turner MSN, RN, CNEn

Megan Turner, MSN, RN, CNEn – KU School of Nursing

Measuring Undergraduate Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Cognitive Load to Level Multiple-Patient Simulations

Undergraduate students’ perceptions of cognitive load after rotating through the primary nurse role in a multiple-patient simulation may be used to appropriately level future multiple-patient simulations. The purpose of this presentation is to describe a project at a large public university, which includes using the NASA-TLX tool to measure different factors of undergraduate nursing students’ perceptions of cognitive load during a multiple-patient simulation. Additionally, the presenter will share preliminary results and discuss how the data collected during this project may inform the design of future multiple-patient simulations within an undergraduate nursing program.

1:45 pm – 2:30 pm

Presenter: Colton Crook

Location: Room 320

Colton Cook

Colton CrookSimulation Technologist – ZIEL

3D Printing in Simulation: Create Functional Parts, Silicone Molds and More


In this presentation, participants will learn about the fundamentals of 3D printing and how this technology can be applied to simulation.  We will discuss various 3D modeling and printing software available, various free libraries of 3D models useful for simulation, and techniques in creating these models. We will examine the pros and cons of 3D printed technology over traditional model-making techniques and then showcase a variety of parts and molds created at ZIEL that have been used to enhance simulation programming





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