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2019 ASPE Annual Conference Opening


Plenary: Happenstance – How Career Trajectory is Influenced by Unplanned

Situations



The 2019 ASPE Annual Conference Opening

Plenary was delivered by Dr. Juan Cendan. Dr. Cendan is a Professor of Surgery

and Chairman for Medical Education at University of Central Florida. Dr.

Cendan’s inspiring and personal talk focused on happenstance: how one cannot

always prepare for where one winds up. He stressed that when it comes to career

trajectory, being indecisive can be desirable. We must be open to new

experiences because we cannot predict social or market forces. Most of us use

our prior experience to create our responses to unplanned situations.

Other factors that affect career development are our skills/work habits, certain

innate characteristics, learning experiences and environmental conditions.

Factors that contribute to one’s success are curiosity, persistence,

flexibility, optimism and risk-taking. He referenced the ASPE Standards of Best

Practice (Domain 5, Professional Development) to include that networking,

feedback and self-assessment are key to a successful and fulfilling

professional journey.


ASPE Conference

Saturday Plenary: Dr. Amitai Ziv



Saturday of the 2019 ASPE Conference in

Orlando, attendees had the pleasure of hearing a plenary by Dr. Amitai Ziv of

the Sheba Medical Center in Israel. Dr. Ziv was introduced by Gail Furman as

this year’s Howard Barrows Invited Presenter. He has worked across the world,

including Israel, Palestine, Spain, Russia, Ukraine, and the US. In addition to

his medical accolades, he is a former pilot of the Israeli Air Force.

His message for the conference attendees

was that we are going through a revolution in medical education, that testing

the competence of medical students is “embarrassingly recent,” and that there

is still a lot we have to learn from aviation. In this century, there has been

a call for a cultural change and a paradigm shift in medical education. He

posited that simulation without debriefing is worthless, and that the field

generally tends to focus on assessing what’s easy to assess, instead of what’s

important to assess. He expressed his belief in “Training the Nightmare,”

playing off of the “See one, do one, teach one,” learning method, adding “Kill

one.”

He then showed a series of video clips of

the ways human simulation is used at the Sheba Medical Center, not just for

medical students and residents, but for all practicing doctors, even (or

especially) those who are teaching the students. He said that this is important

because “students will immediately absorb the bad habits of the centers in

which they’re working,” an observation that got much of the room nodding along

in agreement.

The encounters Dr. Ziv shared supported

the title of the Plenary: Simulation-Based Training Utilizing Standardized

Patients as a Cultural Change Vehicle in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety

Education. The scenarios were intensely challenging, “Training the nightmare,”

and often the learner struggled. Dr. Ziv used one of these scenarios to point

out that an error is always an unasked question, and that part of the culture

change was ensuring that in medical environments questions are invited.

Dr. Ziv’s robust use of human simulation

was very impressive and showed where our field can go with greater resources

and buy-in, and with the full impact of the cultural change that is taking

place within the realm of medical education.

Recap of the ASPE 2019 Business Meeting

Recap of the

ASPE 2019 Business Meeting


Gina Shannon welcomed all to a very

productive business meeting. Through the meeting, it was clear that ASPE is

staying very busy. This brief overview will highlight key moments from the

meeting.

Tonya Thompson, VP of Operations,

highlighted and thanked those on the board and recognized those who completed

their service, including Grace Gephardt and Jen Owens. Rob MacAulay also

rotated off as Chair of the Website and Social Media Committee, but is now back

on as our President Elect. Thank you to all who provide service to ASPE through

work on the board!

Tonya also highlighted some upcoming

urgent bylaw changes on which members will need to vote, with voting ending on

August 2. The first change proposed specifically designating one of the two

Member Liaisons be from a non-North American country. The second change

extended the terms of the VP of Operations and VP of Finance appointments from

a 2-year term to a 3-year term. The third year in the post would allow those in

the positions to stay on for one year in an advisory capacity.

Valerie Fulmer, President, highlighted a

year in review for ASPE. ASPE is focused on building a culture of leadership.

This includes the Board of Directors creating accountability. Some focuses

include the application of a volunteer service agreement for Committee

Membership, transparency of responsibility, creating standard organizational

practices, and rolling committee membership.

Valerie also highlighted that ASPE has

been given seat at the table in discussions about the Simulationist Code of

Ethics. This puts ASPE at the table with international leaders in simulation.

ASPE’s growth and maintenance was

discussed. Highlights included celebrating a 2nd year of owning

a formal listserve which has allowed dissemination of information, advice, and

growth efforts between institutions. Additionally, ASPE has been looking at

overhauling policies and procedures, looking at marketing strategy, financial

reprioritization, and accountable and initiating an overall growth and business

focus. The Standards of Best Practice are also being translated into 3

additional language - an exciting initiative to spread impact internationally.

ASPE also recognized a new membership survey in process and the addition of a

new award to recognize lifetime achievement in SP methodology. The 2019

priority for ASPE was identified as the establishment of a process for the

mobilization of modules.

President Elect Rob MacAulay provided his

vision for his term as president. Rob recognized the responsibility of the

president-elect to contribute to the direction of ASPE and fulfillment of

ASPE’s goals. Rob initiated a call to action for members - ASPE is volunteer

based, and less than 10% of the membership participates on a committee. We

encourage you to join a committee and support the ongoing work of ASPE. This is

a great way to grow professionally, contribute to a growing field of

simulation, and become involved in an incredible community which grows you

personally and professionally.

A big product undertaken by ASPE this

year has been the modules project. Shawn Galin has been identified as the lead

for the project, which is now going to be a committee with representation on

the Board of Directors. There was also acknowledgement of Howard Gregory and

Cory Kresbach for their work getting the modules project started and

transitioning it to its own committee. The project is designed to address the

ever-growing need for ASPE to provide curriculum on SP Methodology. The mission

of the Modules Project is: To guide and evaluate the development of stand-alone

courses or modules for presentation on behalf of ASPE. The project conducted a

call for curriculum developers in 2018, 10 modules were selected and shortened

workshops of the modules were presented at the 2019 ASPE Conference. Members

are encouraged to get involved in the modules project to support the conversion

of the vision of the modules into reality, and obtain professional development

and growth personally and professionally.

ASPE By the Numbers

Finances:

·        

Net Assets of $550,749 as of April 30, 2019

o    15% in Strategic Initiative

o    38% in Checking

o    44% in Money Markets

·        

Revenue Sources:

o    75% Conference

o    21% Membership

o    2% Bookstore

·        

One of the strongest budgets in ASPE History

Membership:

·        

Membership is climbing!

o    2012-387

o    2019-757

·        

31 Countries are represented

o    84% United States

o    6% Canada

o    2% China

·        

Record Attendance at the Conference!

o    425 Total

o    145 First Time

o    13 SP Members

Website and Social Media

·        

3 Social Media Platforms

o    Twitter

o    Facebook

o    LinkedIn

·        

Don’t forget to check out the ASPE news Blog regularly for

the latest in Simulation research and happenings!

·        

Be on the lookout for:

o    Book Café

o    Meet the Board of Directors

o    Center Spotlight (highlight your center

on the blog by filling out the survey at tiny.cc/ASPECenterSpotlight)

o    Monthly Digital Downloads

Tellyes Collaboration

·        

Three Courses Highlighted

·        

Course #1: SP Educator Basics: 5 workshops

·        

Course #2: SP Educator Basics: 4 workshops

·        

Course #3: Managing a SP Program: 2 workshops

o    Courses run 5 times since October 2017

o    98 total course attendees

·        

Courses run 5 times since October 2017

·        

98 total course attendees

·        

31 attendees have completed all 3 courses

ASPE Emerging Leader of the Year Award

for 2019

In recognition of the outstanding talent within the

Association of Standardized Patient Educators, we annually honor an individual

who has worked with human simulation methodology for fewer than seven years

with the “Emerging Leader of the Year Award.”

To be eligible for the award, the nominee must meet two of

four requirements:

·        

Be an active member of ASPE

·        

Have been involved in SP education/training for less than seven (7) years

·        

Have

made significant contributions to the ASPE community at ASPE conferences

·        

Have made contributions to an ASPE committee


Margaret Liu was presented with the Emerging Leader of the

Year Award at the ASPE annual conference in Orlando, Florida on June 9, 2019.

Margaret has been in her position as Simulated Patient Instructor Program

Director with the University of Michigan since August of 2012. She manages all

aspects of the Dental School Simulated Patient Instructor (SPI) program. This

includes day-to-day operations for 13 program cases, three OSCE exams, budget,

recruitment and training of professional teams, establishing guideline

protocols and assessment tools, and providing leadership on change projects

within the community of the University of Michigan.

Margaret is a servant leader who enjoys bringing out the

best in people and organizations. One of her enjoyments in life is seeing

others grow, achieving beyond expectations. She has been an ASPE Committee

member for more than 5 years and is described as “uncomplaining, humble and

reliable,” and as someone whose “passion for ASPE is evident through the time

and energy given freely” throughout the year to consistently provide ASPE

member benefits that uphold all aspects of the ASPE mission statement. Margaret

is Chair of the Educational Resources Committee.  She not only is the

“voice” of ASPE Webinars, she manages all aspects of webinar development and

presentations, providing “consistency, reliability, the ability to solve

problems, and the ability to track down and communicate with content

presenters.” She helps with the Virtual Library, and you may also find her at

the onsite Bookstore at our annual ASPE conferences.

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