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Tuesday, June 21 • 13:30 - 14:30
PRE-CON.B.02 (short) - Use of cadaveric, dissection-based specimens, and digital-based audiovisual modules to supplement “traditionally” taught patient care skills for Emergency Healthcare Providers

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Educational literature suggests that a multimodal learning approach utilizing learner-centered techniques promotes a deep learning experience. Moreover, literature suggests that an enhanced educational experience is associated with the use of audiovisual materials in a laboratory-based environment.

In this interactive hands-on workshop, participants will experience a new hybrid learning environment in health science education; a result of a collaboration between The University of Guelph (Human Anatomy Program) and Fanshawe College (Schools of Health Science and Public Safety). Participants will utilize cadaveric-based videos and/or digital images to learn the anatomy of the upper airway and its relevance to basic and advanced airway maneuvers. Participants will then apply their newly gained knowledge by performing the demonstrated techniques on cadaveric prosections and medium/high-fidelity simulation mannequins in the context of specific emergency scenarios.

Presenters
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William Albabish

William Albabish is a PhD candidate in the Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Guelph. His research focuses on the creation of dissection-based audio-visual material to enhance the learning experience of students.
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Lorraine Jadeski

Dr. Lorraine Jadeski is the director of the Human Anatomy Program in the Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Guelph.
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Gary Sullivan

Gary Sullivan is a Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in the Primary and Advanced Care Paramedic Programs and Respiratory Therapy Program at Fanshawe College and in the Western University-Fanshawe Collaborative BScN Program. Gary earned a BSc in Biology, MSc in Physiology and BEd in science and special education from the University of Ottawa and has extensive experience in clinical anatomy, curriculum design and post-secondary transitions.

Additional Authors
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Chris Slabon

Chris Slabon teaches in the Primary and Advanced Care Paramedic Programs at Fanshawe College. He is an Advanced Care Paramedic/ Deputy Superintendent with Middlesex London EMS and earned a BA in Psychology from Lakehead University. Chris is also a graduate of Fanshawe College, where he received Ambulance and Emergency Care and Advanced Care Paramedic Certificates.
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David Wall

David Wall is a professor of Respiratory Therapy at Fanshawe College. He has been a Registered Respiratory Therapist since 2007 and earned a BSc from the University of Guelph and an MA in Adult Education from Yorkville University. David has a passion for high fidelity simulation / experiential learning in clinical education and has completed the Harvard Medical Simulation Instructor Workshop.


Tuesday June 21, 2016 13:30 - 14:30
D2029 (Respiratory Simulation Lab) Fanshawe College

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