12:56 CET
ESR US SC/EFSUMB - Ultrasound simulation models in training and education: where are we going?
Education
Wednesday, February 27, 08:30 - 10:00
Type of session: Joint Session of the ESR Ultrasound Subcommittee with EFSUMB
Topic: Education
Moderators: D. A. Clevert (Munich/DE), P. S. Sidhu (London/GB)

08:30
Chairpersons' introduction (part 1)
D. A. Clevert; Munich/DE
Learning Objectives

1. To learn about which technical procedures are proposed in a simulation-based curriculum in radiology.
2. To learn about advantages and disadvantages of the different types of ultrasound simulators available.
3. To learn about the possibility of using virtual reality and gamification for training.
4. To learn about the experience from different parts of Europe in using ultrasound simulation training.

08:35
Chairpersons' introduction (part 2)
P. S. Sidhu; London/GB
Learning Objectives

1. To learn about which technical procedures are proposed in a simulation-based curriculum in radiology.
2. To learn about advantages and disadvantages of the different types of ultrasound simulators available.
3. To learn about the possibility of using virtual reality and gamification for training.
4. To learn about the experience from different parts of Europe in using ultrasound simulation training.

Abstract

This session deals with the ever advancing practice of using simulators for education and training of ultrasound practitioners. Many new developments of technology related to the machines and simulators make this an attractive proposal. Experts in the field will detail experience and discuss the future directions. New simulators will be presented, and data will be discussed.

08:40
Needs assessment of simulations-based training in radiology
L. Nayahangan; Copenhagen/DK
Learning Objectives

1. To learn about how to perform a needs assessment using the Delphi method.
2. To learn about how a needs assessment identified and prioritised technical procedures to be included in a simulation-based curriculum.
3. To learn about how the list of procedures may be used as guide for development of training programmes.

09:00
Review of the available market of ultrasound simulators
M. Bachmann Nielsen; Copenhagen/DK
Learning Objectives

1. To learn about different types of simulators on the market.
2. To learn about which are suitable for beginners or advanced levels, and which can be used for training in interventional ultrasound.
3. To learn about advantages and disadvantages of different types of ultrasound simulators.

09:20
Gamification and virtual reality in medical simulation
L. Konge; Copenhagen/DK
Learning Objectives

1. To learn about gamification as a tool in medical education.
2. To learn about virtual reality in medical education.
3. To learn which possible ways virtual reality and gamification could be implemented in ultrasound.

Abstract

The old “see-one, do-one, teach-one” approach to medical education is totally outdated. Simulation-based training provides evidence for better efficacy, less stress, better patient outcomes, and improved return-on-investment. The question is no longer if we should use simulators to train our future doctors but how. There is a huge implementation gap regarding simulation in medical education. Despite solid evidence, simulation is still severely under-utilized as a teaching modality and initial training on patients are still very common. Virtual reality simulators and gamification allow new trainees to measure their own progress and compete against peers - this is highly motivating and could be a driver for implementation.

09:40
Panel discussion: Will there be an option to include these technics in our daily work and how could we improve the outcome?
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