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Control Room Consolidation

For GHOSTS2012 present

Ryan Eling

on 27 March 2015

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Transcript of Control Room Consolidation

Specialist Camera PTZ Microphones Simulator Monitor Debrief Audio Debrief Video Faculty Confederates PA system Recorder Logging / Statistics Tech
Staff Camera Switching All-In-One PC Sharing Debrief
participants Remote
Control Space
Communication An individual who uses information technology, audiovisual equipment or unique medical technology to create, record and analyze simulated healthcare exercises. ? Ryan Eling Clinical Simulation Program
University of New England Efficient Quick Control Accurate Reliable Collaborative Software Laerdal - License Gaumard - free, some config METI - License Flexible Synergy Teleport Mac only Firewire networks! Mac & Windows Flexible! FATALITY RYAN WINS Vital Signs Monitor PC Control PC Recording PC Control PC #1 Control PC #2 Recording PC Hardware Reuse Gaumard Monitor MSI, Asus, etc: ~$1000 Network GaumardNet not needed METI - no issue VS Monitor Laerdal - auto pop-up Gaumard - no labs... METI - ? Laerdal - no problems Windows or Mac dual boot Remote
A/V Remote Mixer / Audio Lights
Power PA System Level for each mic Hi Mid Lo Multiple Outs "Mute"
Power Master Levels Desktop Speaker in
Debrief Speaker in
Sim Room Magic Mike
in Control Room Mixer / Amp Left Channel Right Channel Turn
This... ...Into
This! A 2010 editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that those who sit for prolonged periods have a higher risk of disease than those who move a muscle every now and then in a non-exercise manner, such as walking up the stairs to grab a cup of coffee. Researchers at the American Cancer Society found that even if you exercise nearly every day, those health benefits can be undone if you spend the rest of your time on your keister. A study published by the American Journal of Epidemiology showed that sitting for long stretches, more than six hours a day, can make someone at least 18% more likely to die from diabetes, heart disease and obesity than those sitting less than three hours a day. Scientists at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Louisiana analyzed the lifestyles of more than 17,000 men and women over about 13 years, and found that people who sit for most of the day are 54% more likely to die of heart attacks.

-Bryan Walsh, Time Healthland April 13, 2011 HEALTH BENEFITS One Piece of Advice: GET INVOLVED with techs with educators with interprofessional teams with students Final Thoughts Constant Vigilance! Respect! Try new things. Test Vital Signs Monitor Simulator Control ShareMouse My new favorite Installed and running in 2 minutes FREE! Westbrook College of Health Professions Physician Assistant Social Work Occupational Therapy Nursing Nurse Anesthesia Physical Therapy Athletic Training Dental Hygiene College of Pharmacy College of Osteopathic Medicine College of Dental Medicine RF antenna Positivity breeds productivity! Keep Smiling! STAND IF
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"Control Room Consolidation" Vital Signs FileSharing Remote Control Audio Recording and file conversion Simulation software Learners Remote Video Clinical Simulation Program 2 person staff: coordinator and specialist 3 clinical rooms, 1 skills room 9 high-fidelity simulators: Gaumard, Laerdal and METI "the button" Learn by doing! We must be flexible, quick and skilled Infrastructure must quickly and easily change.
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