Introducing the new INSPIRE Executive Committee

Congratulations and welcome to our newly elected Executive Committee Members: Mark Adler, Jennifer Arnold, Aaron Calhoun, Jonathan Duff, David Grant, Kimberly…

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INSPIRE 2017 IMSH Update

Thank you to all who attended INSPIRE at IMSH. It was a joy to learn from each other and meet…

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INSPIRE-OPENPediatrics Collaboration- NEONATAL INTUBATION

Highstakes.lowfrequecy.pediatricprocedures….  Check out this AMAZING neonatal intubation video created by @INSPIRE procedure group in collaboration with @OPENPediatrics     http://bit.ly/2gVZy2Q 

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INSPIRE is featured in Schwartz et al.’s Medical education practice-based research networks: Facilitating collaborative research

Find the full-length manuscript for free, here:  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4776698/ Schwartz et al., on behalf of the Association of Pediatric Program Directors…

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Introducing Debrief2Learn

Debrief2Learn (http://www.debrief2learn.org) is a one-stop location for all things related to performing more effective, efficient, and evidence-based debriefing within the…

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Simulation-based Research Reporting Guidelines now available

Ready to bring your simulation-based research to the next level?  We are here to help.  INSPIRE and affiliates of INSPIRE…

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Building Consensus for the Future of Paediatric Simulation

Just published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning – the INSPIRE KJ Reverse-Merlin exercise that…

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Learn, See, Practice, Prove, Do, Maintain on a Podcast!

Episode 107 from KeyLime Podcasts, the Key Literature in Medical Education podcast from the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons…

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