Simulation Summer Studentship:
This studentship was established by the Clinical Simulation Centre. This is awarded annually to one or two outstanding undergraduate students in the School of Medicine, enabling them to conduct research in an area that will further simulation education. This studentship helps to prepare students for careers in academic medicine. Award will be made by the Clinical Simulation Centre. Value $5,000. Research must be performed in Kingston between the months of May and August.
Each student awarded a studentship is also required to apply to participate in the Medical Student Research Symposium (MSRS) in September 2019.
Please email your resume and an abstract of the proposed research to Kim Garrison at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask your supervisor to also please email Kim to confirm she/he will be supervising you for this research by March 28, 2019.
Research Accomplished Presentations:
E.Moult, T.Ungi, M.Welch, J.Lu, R.C.McGraw, G.Fichtinger: Ultrasound-Guided Facet Joint Injection Training Using Perk Tutor. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery. Accepted Dec 2012.
Matthew S. Holden, Tamas Ungi, Derek Sargent, Robert C. McGraw, Elvis C. S. Chen, Sugantha Ganapathy, Terry M. Peters, Gabor Fichtinger. Real-Time Workflow Segmentation of Tracked Needle Interventions. IEEE TMI (Transactions on Medical Imaging). Under review, Dec 2012
David Clinkard, Eric Moult, Matthew Holden, Dr. Tamas Ungi, Dr. Gabor Fichtinger, Dr. Robert McGraw. Quantitative assessment of lumbar puncture skill in experts and non-experts using needle trajectories–implications for competency-based medical education. CJEM, under review December 2012.
Ungi T, Sargent D, Moult E, Lasso A, Pinter C, McGraw RC, Fichtinger G. Perk Tutor: An open-source training platform for ultrasound-guided needle insertions. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. 2012 Sep 17.
Yeo C, Ungi T, U-Thainual P, Lasso A, McGraw R, Fichtinger G. The Effect of Augmented Reality Training on Percutaneous Needle Placement in Spinal Facet Joint Injections. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2011 Jul; (7):2031-7.
Luctkar-Flude M, Baker C, Medves J, Tsai E, Phalen L, Goyer MC, Krause A. Evaluating an interprofessional pediatrics educational module using simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. (In press).
Hall AK, Pickett W, Dagnone JD. Development and evaluation of a simulation-based resuscitation scenario assessment tool for emergency medicine residents. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2012;14:139-146.
Lacroix LK, Hall AK, Dagnone JD. The Development and validation of simulation-based OSCE stations for the assessment of emergency medicine residents [abstract]. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2012; 14:S6.
Hall AK, Dagnone JD. The development and validation of a simulation-based OSCE using global assessment scores with resuscitation scenarios in emergency medicine [abstract]. Simulation in Healthcare. 2011; 6:408.
Radulovic N, Keri Z, McGraw R. Characterizing procedural errors in novice learners during ultrasound-guided central venous catheter insertion training. International Conference on Residency Education. Halifax, Canada. Oct 2018.
Luctkar-Flude M, McGraw R. Patient Welfare First: Six Years’ Experience with Simulation-based Interprofessional Education for Pre-licensure Health Science Students at Queen’s University. Oral Presentation. International Meeting on Simulation in Health Care. San Diego, USA. Feb 2012.
Luctkar-Flude M, McGraw R, Hopkins-Rosseel D, Baker C, Pulling C. Pre-licensure Health Professional Students Clinical and Interprofessional Skills in a Complex Infection Control Simulation. International Meeting on Simulation in Health Care. San Diego, USA. Feb 2012.
Luctkar-Flude M, McGraw R, Hopkins-Rosseel D, Pulling C, Baker C, Medves J. Simulation-based Interprofessional Health Sciences Education: Six Years’ Experience. International Meeting on Simulation in Health Care. San Diego, USA. Feb 2012.
Holden MS, Ungi T, Sargent D, McGraw R, Fichtinger G. Surgical Motion Characterization in Simulated Needle Insertion Procedures. SPIE Medical Imaging. San Diego, USA. Feb 2012.
Hopkins-Rosseel D, Lucktar-Flude M, Pulling C, McGraw R, Medves J, Baker C. High Fidelity Simulation in Physiotherapy Education: How Do We Use It and Should We Use It? World Conference for Physical Therapy, 16th International WCPT Congress. Amsterdam, Holland. Jun 2011.
Hopkins-Rosseel D, Lucktar-Flude M, Pulling C, McGraw R, Gauthier J, Baker C. Development of an Interprofessional Educational Module on Infection Control Using High- Fidelity Patient Simulation. 16th International WCPT Congress. Amsterdam, Holland. Jun 2011.
Yeo C, Ungi T, U-Thainual P, McGraw R, Fichtinger G. The Effect of Augmented Reality Training on Facet Joint Injections: A Randomized Control Trial. SPIE Medical Imaging Conference. Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA. Feb 2011.
Burjorjee J, Cummings M, Wang L. Promoting and assessing reflective learning following high fidelity simulation in post-graduate anesthesia trainees. Accepted for oral presentation at International Conference on Residency Education. 2012.
Burjorjee J, Cummings M, Wang L, Alexander L. Promoting and documenting reflective learning following high fidelity simulation in post-graduate anesthesia trainees. Poster presented at Scholarship in Health Sciences Education Day. June 2012.
Burjorjee J, Anderson R. Simulation in Anesthesia 101 & 102. Presentation and Workshop at the Okanagan Anesthesia Conference. January 2011.
Hall AK, Dagnone JD. The development and validation of a simulation-based OSCE using global assessment scores with resuscitation scenarios in emergency medicine [abstract]. Simulation in Healthcare. 2011; 6:408. Moderated Poster Presentation: Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, California, USA, January 2012.
Murray HE, Rang L, Rahmani A, Messenger DW. A Simulation-Based Approach for Teaching Diagnostic Reasoning to Undergraduate Medical Students. Clinical Reasoning Montreal Conference. (Abstract submitted but not yet accepted). 2012.
Gilic F, Sempowski IP, Schultz K. Your “worst nightmare” on call: A randomized control trial comparing residents taught in a traditional family medicine resuscitation curriculum to those exposed to Nightmares - FM; a novel high intensity simulation based curriculum. Poster Family Medicine Forum. Toronto Ontario November. (Proposal to the SEAMO innovation fund for a phase 2 research project in submission process). 2012.