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INSPIRE & IPSS Host a Research Accelerator

INSPIRE & IPSS are proud to be hosting a one-day research accelerator in Toronto on May 19th, 2019 from 8am to 5pm (with a reception to follow) titled: “Saving Lives: Improving the Quality of Pediatric Resuscitation Across the World” This innovative research summit will bring together thought leaders from diverse academic, industry, & technologic organizations …

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ALERT Submissions Now Closed for INSPIRE @ IPSSW2020

We’re inviting current members and guests to submit … 1) An ALERT presentation about a project you would like to push to the next level; 2) A 1-slide progress report on your current INSPIRE project ALERT templates and instructions for submission can be found on the ALERT Presentations section of the website. Deadline to submit is February …

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First INSPIRE Novice Researcher Award Named

The INSPIRE Executive Board and Scientific Review Committees congratulate Dr. Veronica Godsey, winner of the first INSPIRE Novice Researcher Award. Dr. Godsey’s project, Deliberate Practice to Improve Interdisciplinary Communication- a Pilot Study, will pilot a communication training program using the methodology of Verbal Judo and deliberate practice. It will explore the impact of the program on 30 PGY-2 …

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First INSPIRE Clinical Outcomes Award Announced

The INSPIRE Executive Board and Scientific Review Committees congratulates Dr. Betsy Hunt, winner of the first INSPIRE Clinical Outcomes Award. Dr. Hunt’s project, entitled CPR COACH- Cpr Optimization and ACHievement assesses whether a simulation-based curriculum that introduces a novel “CPR Coach” to the resuscitation process increases compliance with AHA CPR guidelines and improves team leader workloads.  Dr. Hunt’s …

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Prevalence of Errors in Anaphylaxis in Kids (PEAK) Study

The Prevalence of Errors in Anaphylaxis in Kids (PEAK) Study is looking for institutions who would like to participate in the study! Description: There are still provider knowledge gaps and a need for better adherence to anaphylaxis guidelines in pediatric institutions. There is no published overview of clinical or simulation research comparing the use of …

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The INSPIRE Network Launches Research Funding Program!

The INSPIRE network is excited to announce two funding opportunities for investigators in pediatric simulation-based research. The International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education was established in 2011 from a group of simulation-based pediatric researchers from a variety of disciplines looking to improve collaboration, mentorship, and productivity. Our mission is to improve the …

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INSPIRE Annual Report 2016-2017

Dear INSPIRE Network Members, Please find attached below a copy of the 2016-2017 INSPIRE Annual Report. Congratulations to everyone on the amazing accomplishments this past year. We look forward to more exciting work in 2018! Thank you to all who submitted their work to be included in this year’s report.