Simulation-based training (SBT) has long been an important tool for students and trainees in multiple medical specialties given its usefulness in building cognitive and technical skills as well as improving team functional dynamics. Medical educators have recently recognized the need for SBT incorporation in the subspecialty service areas of radiology. Edited and contributed to by leaders of radiology simulation-based training at Louisiana State University School of Medicine, this book is the first of its kind to thoroughly cover such training and education. Concise yet comprehensive, chapters are organized into three sections focusing on key aspects of SBT in radiology, providing a blueprint for radiology educators, program directors, and administrators in designing and implementing an SBT program. The first section provides general considerations of using simulation in training; the second discusses educational principles and testing; and the third presents a summary review of the scientific literature and current work being done in SBT in radiology. For more information on the LSUHSC Radiology Department simulation program, including simulation procedure videos,
Hugh J. Robertson, MD, DMR, FRCPC, FRCR, FACR, is Professor of Clinical Radiology at Louisiana State University School of Medicine and Clinical Professor of Radiology at Tulane University Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. John T. Paige, MD, is Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery at Department of Surgery, Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana. Leonard Bok, MD, MBA, JD, is Professor of Radiology and Department Head Radiology at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Contributors ; Foreword ; Preface and Acknowledgments ; Section 1: Simulation Technical Considerations ; Chapter 1: Principles of Simulation ; Chapter 2: Ethics and Regulations of Cadaver Use in Simulation ; Chapter 3: An Overview of Computer Use in Simulation ; Chapter 4: Simulation Equipment, Commercial and Non Commercial ; Section 2: Simulation in Education ; Chapter 5: Educational Principles in Simulation ; Chapter 6: Assessment in Simulation ; Chapter 7: Building and Incorporating Simulation into a Radiology Residency Program Curriculum ; Chapter 8: Development and Operation of a Simulation Laboratory at a Major Medical Center ; Section 3: Applying Simulation in Radiology ; Chapter 9: Basic Skills: Seldinger Technique and Post Puncture Hemostasis ; Chapter 10: Basic Skills: Knot-Tying ; Chapter 11: Basic Skills: Biopsies: Core Biopsies and Aspiration Biopsies ; Chapter 12: Inter-Professional Team-Based Training ; Chapter 13: Team Training and Crisis Management: Contrast Reaction Management ; Chapter 14: Simulation Based Training in Intravenous Procedural Moderate Sedation/Analgesia ; Chapter 15: Simulation in Emergency Radiology and Workload Management ; Chapter 16: Simulation in Neuroradiology ; Chapter 17: Simulation in Spinal Pain Management ; Chapter 18: Cervical Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections (CTFE) ; Chapter 19: Simulation in Musculoskeletal Radiology ; Chapter 20: Simulation in Vascular and Interventional Radiology ; Chapter 21: Simulation in Cardiothoracic Radiology ; Chapter 22: Simulation in Breast Imaging ; Chapter 23: Simulation in Abdominal Radiology ; Chapter 24: Simulation-Based Training for Pediatric Radiology ; Chapter 25: Simulation Based Training for Ultrasound and Computed Tomography Guided Interventional Procedures ; Chapter 26: Simulation in Nuclear Medicine Education ; Index