Directory of Researchers

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Name:

Dr Timothy Willett

Education:

MD, MMEd

Current Employer/Affiliation:

Director of Research & Development
SIM-one (the Ontario Simulation Network)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Contact Information:

twillett@sim-one.ca

Published Research:

Current Research Interests:

My current role is to facilitate, support and advance simulation research in Ontario. I would be interested in connecting to anyone who would consider partnering with researchers in Ontario for multi-site studies and international collaborations.

My personal interests are in quantitative methods, clinical reasoning and decision-making, virtual patients, and interprofessionalism.

Type of Simulation:

Patient Simulators
Computer-based
Other

Teacher Centered:

Effectiveness

Student Centered:

Roles in Simulation
# students involved in simulation

Educational Practices:

Collaboration
Feedback
Student-Faculty Interaction

Design Characteristics:

Fidelity
Debriefing/Guided Reflection
Student Prep Prior to Simulation
Duration of Simulation

Outcomes:

Critical Thinking
Clinical Judgment

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Name:

Dr. Teresa Gore

Education:

PhD Student Auburn University Adult Education
Simulation Education Certificate Bryan Colleges of Health Sciences
DNP University of Alabama at Birmingham
Post MSN-FNP Certificate University of Alabama at Birmingham
MSN University of Phoenix
BSN Jacksonville State University

Current Employer/Affiliation:

Auburn University School of Nursing
Associate Professor and Simulation Learning Coordinator

Contact Information:

goreter@auburn.edu

Published Research:

Gore, T., Leighton, K., Sanderson, B., & Wang, C. (under revision). Fidelity: Effect on Student Perceived Preparedness for Initial Patient Care. Clinical Simulation in Nursing.
Gore, T. & Lioce, L. (accepted for publication 2013). Key concepts in simulation: Creating effective simulation environments. In B. Ulrich & B. Mancini (Eds.). Mastering Simulation: A Handbook for Success (pp. ). Sigma Theta Tau International.
Howard, V., Leighton, K., & Gore, T. (2014). Simulation in healthcare education. In Nelson, R. & Staggers, N. (Eds.). Health Informatics: An Interprofessional Approach (pp.454-471 ). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Mosby.
Pope, W.S., Gore, T., & Renfroe, K.C. (2013). Innovative teaching strategy for maintaining academic integrity in simulation. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 3(7).30-35. doi:10.5430/jnep.v3np30
Gore, T. & Schuessler, J. B. (2013). Simulation policy development: Lessons learned. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 9(8), e319-322. doi:10/1016/j.ecns.2012.04.005
Decker, S. I., Gore, T., & Feken, C. (2011). Simulation. In T. Bristol, T. & J. Zerweck (Eds.). Essentials for E-Learning for Nurse Educators (pp.277-294). Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis. **Awarded American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award**
Gore, T., Van Gele, P., Ravert, P., & Mabire, C. (2012). A 2010 Survey of the INACSL membership about simulation use. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 8(4), e125-e133.doi:10.1016/j.ecns.2012.01.002
INACSL Board of Directors, (2011, August Supplement). Standards of Best Practice: Simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 7(4S).S1-S20. doi:10.1016/j.ecns.2011.05.007 *Lead on Standard III Participant Objectives S10-S11*
Each of the 7 standards is a publication.
Gore, T., Hunt, C.W., Parker, F.M., & Raines, K.H. (2011). The effects of simulated clinical experiences on anxiety: Nursing students’ perspectives. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 7(5), e175-e180.doi: 10.1016/j.ecns.2010.02.001
Gore, T., Hunt, C.W., & Raines, K.H. (2008). Mock hospital unit simulation: A teaching strategy to promote safe patient care. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 4(5).e57-e64.doi:10.1016/

Current Research Interests:

low versus high fidelity student perceived effectiveness
Simulation based on objectives
Leadership simulation
International use of simulation

Type of Simulation:

Patient Simulators

Teacher Centered:

Roles
Responsibilities
Effectiveness

Student Centered:

Learning styles

Educational Practices:

Active Learning
Feedback
Student-Faculty Interaction

Design Characteristics:

Fidelity
Cueing
Student Prep Prior to Simulation
Duration of Simulation
Other

Outcomes:

Critical Thinking
Self Confidence

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Name:

Judy LeFlore PhD, RN, NNP-BC, CPNP-AC&PC, ANEF, FAAN

Education:

2003 MSN/PNP University of Texas at Arlington
2003 Post-Master’s/AC PNP University of Texas at Arlington
2000 PhD Texas Woman’s University
1991 MS in Business Amber University
1989 Certificate/NNP Georgetown University
1988 BSN University of Texas at Arlington
1986 ADN El Centro Community College
1985 AAS Eastfield Community College

Current Employer/Affiliation:

University of Texas at Arlington
Children's Medical Center, Dallas

Contact Information:

jleflore@uta.edu

Published Research:

*Anderson, M., LeFlore, JL., Anderson, J. (2013) Evaluating videotaped role-modeling to teach Crisis Resource Management (CRM) principles. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, Vol. 9, (9), e343-e354.
*Thomas, P.E., & LeFlore, J. (2013). Extubation success in premature infants with respiratory distress syndrome treated with bilevel nasal continuous positive airway pressure versus nasal intermittent positive pressure ventilation. Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, Vol. 4 (1).
*Cheng A, Hunt EA, Donoghue A, Nelson-McMillan K, Nishisaki A, LeFlore JL, Eppich W, Moyer M, Brett-Fleegler M, Kleinman M, Anderson J, Adler M, Braga M, Kost S, Stryjewski G, Min S, Podraza J, Lopreiato J, Fiedor Hamilton M, Stone K, Reid J, Hopkins J, Manos J, Duff J, Richard M, Nadkarni V, for the EXPRESS Investigators. (2013) Examining Pediatric Resuscitation Education Using Simulation and Scripting (EXPRESS): A Multicenter, Randomized-Controlled Trial. JAMA Pediatr. 2013;1-9. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2013.1389.
*Zielke, M., LeFlore, J.L., Broderick, V., Ziegler, R. (2012) in Conference Proceedings of the Meaningful Play 2012 Conference, Designing and Studying Games that Matter, Lansing MI. A model for creating simulated medical equipment in a situational gameplay context: The virtual ventilator. Oct. 2012.
*LeFlore, JL., Anderson, M., Zielke, MA., Nelson, K., Thomas, PE., Hardee, G., John, L. (2012) Can a Game-Based Virtual Patient Simulator Teach Student about Pediatric Respiratory Diseases. Simulation in Healthcare, 7(1), 10-17. Impact factor: 2.036
Bolick, BN, Haut, C., Reuter-Rice, K., LeFlore, JL., McComiskey, CA., Mikhailov, TA., Cavender, JD., Creaden, JA., McCreaden, R., Verger, J. (2012) The Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner: Curriculum Overview. Journal of Pediatric Healthcare. doi:10.1016/j.pedhc.2011.11.001
LeFlore, JL., Thomas, PE., Zielke, M., Buus-Frank, ME., McFadden, BE., Sansoucie, DA. (2011). Educating Neonatal Nurse Practitioners in the 21st Century. Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing. 25(2). 200–205. doi: 10.1097/JPN.0b013e318218137a
*LeFlore, JL., Engle, WD. (2011) Growth and Neurodevelopment in Extremely Low-Birth-Weight Neonates Exposed to Postnatal Steroid Therapy. American Journal of Perinatology, 28:635–642. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1055/s-0031-1276738. ISSN 0735-1631. Impact factor: 1.126
Donoghue, D., Ventre, D., Boulet, J., Brett-Fleegler, M., Nishisaki, A., Overly, F., Cheng, A.,
for the EXPRESS Pediatric Simulation Research Investigators : Collaborators (32)
Hunt EA, Nelson K, Leflore J, Anderson J, Eppich W, Simon R, Rudolph J, Nadkarni V, Moyer M, Kleinman M, Braga M, Kost S, Stryjewski G, Min S, Podraza J, Lopreiato J, Hamilton MF, Duff J, Hopkins J, Stone K, Reid J, Leonard D, Corbin L, Boyle K, Festa M, Sudikoff S, Ikeyama T, Halamek L, Schexnayder S, Gosbee J, Gosbee L, Richard M. (2011). Design, Implementation, and Psychometric Analysis of a Scoring Instrument for Simulated Pediatric Resuscitation: A Report from the EXPRESS Pediatric Investigators. Simulation in Healthcare 6(2), 71-77. Impact factor: 2.036
Cheng, A., Hunt, EA., Donoghue, A., Nelson, K, Leflore, J.,L., Anderson, J, Eppich, W, Simon, R, Rudolph, J, Nadkarni, V, (2011) for the EXPRESS Pediatric Simulation Research Collaborative. E.X.P.R.E.S.S. – EXamining Pediatric Resuscitation Education using Simulation and Scripting: The Birth of an International Pediatric Simulation Research Collaborative – From Concept to Reality. Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. 6(1):34-41. doi: 10.1097/SIH.0b013e3181f6a887.

Current Research Interests:

Mannequin-based simulation
Screen-based simulation

Type of Simulation:

Patient Simulators
Computer-based
Haptic devices
Standardized Patients
Other

Teacher Centered:

Effectiveness

Student Centered:

Learning styles
Other

Educational Practices:

Active Learning

Design Characteristics:

Fidelity
Debriefing/Guided Reflection
Cueing
Student Prep Prior to Simulation
Duration of Simulation
Other

Outcomes:

Critical Thinking
Clinical Judgment

More

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