Resources & Research
Simulation Center faculty and staff at KU School of Medicine-Wichita are dedicated to high quality simulation activities. Use the following documents to learn more about core elements of a simulation activity, see an example timeline of a simulation session, and plan your simulation activity:
- Koehn, M. (PI), Brownlee, K., Brumfield, E., Doyle, E., Raitt, J., Tolle, G. Patient and Family Engagement: Preparing the Next Generation of Medical Students through Simulation. Research in progress. Approved by KUMC Human Research Protection Program.
- Charles, S. C., & Koehn, M. (2019). Logistics in simulation-based interprofessional education. In J.T. Paige, S.C. Sonesh, D.D. Garbee, & L.S. Bonanno, (Eds.) (pp. 135-155), Comprehensive healthcare simulation: Interprofessional team training and simulation. Springer. https://link.springer.com/bookseries/13029
- "A Delphi Study to Determine Leveling of the Interprofessional Core Competencies for Four Levels of Interprofessional Practice" by Mary L. Koehn and Stephen C. Charles - Medical Science Educator, the Journal of the International Association of Medical Science Educators.