American College of Healthcare Executives
Your Chapter's Quarterly Newsletter Summer 2008
In This Issue

Annual THEF Meeting Set For November 6, 2008
Message from the Regent
THEF Receives Award of Chapter Merit
THEF Members Learned About Simulation Training At Summer Meeting
THEF Officers Met With Pfeiffer MHA Students
Evidence Based Medicine Topic of Spring Meeting
Get ready, get set, mentor
Take charge of your own success
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Chapter Officers

President

Erwin R. Stainback, FACHE
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center

President-Elect

Robert E. Byrd, FACHE
Alamance Regional Medical Center

Secretary-Treasurer

Christine Sternjacob
Novant Health Triad Region

Director

Paul A. Jeffrey
Wesley Long Community Hospital
- Moses Cone Health System

Director

Linda Roney, FACHE
High Point Regional Health System

THEF Members Learned About Simulation Training At Summer Meeting

The summer THEF Meeting/Program was held on Wednesday, August 13, 2008, at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.  The title of the program was “Simulation in Healthcare:  Opportunities and Mandates for Healthcare Executives.”  This program was most interesting, featuring speakers Dr. Jeff Carter, Bradshaw Research Fellow of the Department of General Surgery, WFUBMC, and Dr. Ian Saunders, Operations Manager of the Center for Applied Learning at WFUBMC.  Drs. Carter and Saunders revealed that there is a revolution happening across the state and the country in the way in which clinicians, including physicians, nurses, and other allied health professionals, are being trained.  They made the compelling case that utilizing high fidelity simulators in high tech simulation labs in a group setting is the way to go.  Not only do students practice and perfect procedural skills, but they practice cognitive skills as instructors present new patient conditions in the simulator to which the student must respond.  There is no worry about harming live persons during this process.  Simulators are also great for demonstrating competencies.  There are currently 58 simulation labs in North Carolina.

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