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Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation. Operations, Technology, and Innovative Practice

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Scott B. Crawford, Lance W. Baily, Stormy M. Monks, editors. --Cham: Springer , c2019.
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This practical guide provides a focus on the implementation of healthcare simulation operations, as well as the type of professional staff required for developing effective programs in this field. Though there is no single avenue in which a person pursues the career of a healthcare simulation technology specialist (HSTS), this book outlines the extensive knowledge and variety of skills one must cultivate to be effective in this role. This book begins with an introduction to healthcare simulatio…
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Crawford, Scott B.
Baily, Lance W.
Monks, Stormy M.
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Scott B. Crawford, Lance W. Baily, Stormy M. Monks, editors
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2019
Physical Description
1 online resource (xix, 395 p.) : 127 illus., 119 illus. in color
Series Title
Comprehensive healthcare simulation
ISBN
9783030153786
9783030153779 (Print ed.)
9783030153793 (Print ed.)
ISSN
2366-4479
Subjects (MeSH)
Computer Simulation
Education, Medical - methods
Patient Simulation
Simulation Training - methods
Specialty
Education, Medical
Abstract
This practical guide provides a focus on the implementation of healthcare simulation operations, as well as the type of professional staff required for developing effective programs in this field. Though there is no single avenue in which a person pursues the career of a healthcare simulation technology specialist (HSTS), this book outlines the extensive knowledge and variety of skills one must cultivate to be effective in this role. This book begins with an introduction to healthcare simulation, including personnel, curriculum, and physical space. Subsequent chapters address eight knowledge/skill domains core to the essential aspects of an HSTS. To conclude, best practices and innovations are provided, and the benefits of developing a collaborative relationship with industry stakeholders are discussed. Expertly written text throughout the book is supplemented with dozens of high-quality color illustrations, photographs, and tables. Written and edited by leaders in the field, Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Operations, Technology, and Innovative Practice is optimized for a variety of learners, including healthcare educators, simulation directors, as well as those looking to pursue a career in simulation operations as healthcare simulation technology specialists.
Contents
Part I: Intro to Healthcare Simulation -- 1. History of Simulation -- 2. Types of Healthcare Simulation: Locations and Training – Who, What & Where? -- 3. Simulation Methodologies -- 4. Simulation Center Personnel -- 5. Finding the Right Simulation Personnel -- 6. Professional Development for the Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist -- 7. Simulation Curriculum Development, Integration and Operations -- 8. The Research Process -- 9. Infrastructure and Simulation Center Design -- Part II: Simulation Specialists and Healthcare Simulation -- 10. Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists -- 11. The Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist and Audio/Video Technology -- 12. The Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist and Educational Constructs in Simulation -- 13. The Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist and Healthcare -- 14. The Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist and Information Technology -- 15. The Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist and Management -- 16. The Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist and Research -- 17. The Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist and Simulation -- 18. The Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist and Standardized Patients -- Part III: Extra Information -- 19. Technology and Innovation -- 20. Common and Best Practices for Do-It-Yourself Enhancements -- 21. Role and Goal of Industry in Education and Patient Safety. .
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The Comprehensive Textbook of Healthcare Simulation

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Adam I. Levine, Samuel DeMaria, Andrew D. Schwartz, Alan J. Sim, editors. --New York, NY: Springer , c2013.
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The Comprehensive Textbook of Healthcare Simulation is a cohesive, single-source reference on all aspects of simulation in medical education and evaluation. It covers the use of simulation in training in each specialty and is aimed at healthcare educators and administrators who are developing their own simulation centers or programs and professional organizations looking to incorporate the technology into their credentialing process. For those already involved in simulation, the book will serve…
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Levine, Adam I
DeMaria, Samuel
Schwartz, Andrew D
Sim, Alan J
Responsibility
Adam I. Levine, Samuel DeMaria, Andrew D. Schwartz, Alan J. Sim, editors
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2013
Physical Description
1 online resource (xx, 721 p. : 176 illus.)
ISBN
9781461459934
9781461459927 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Computer Simulation
Education, Medical - methods
Models, Educational
Patient Simulation
Abstract
The Comprehensive Textbook of Healthcare Simulation is a cohesive, single-source reference on all aspects of simulation in medical education and evaluation. It covers the use of simulation in training in each specialty and is aimed at healthcare educators and administrators who are developing their own simulation centers or programs and professional organizations looking to incorporate the technology into their credentialing process. For those already involved in simulation, the book will serve as a state-of-the-art reference that helps them increase their knowledge base, expand their simulation program's capabilities, and attract new, additional target learners. Features: Written and edited by pioneers and experts in healthcare simulation; Personal memoirs from simulation pioneers; Each medical specialty covered; Guidance on teaching in the simulated environment; Up-to-date information on current techniques and technologies; Tips from "insiders" on funding, development, accreditation, and marketing of simulation centers; Floor plans of simulation centers from across the United States; Comprehensive glossary of terminology.
Contents
Part I. Introduction to Simulation -- 1. Healthcare Simulation: From "Best Secret" to "Best Practice" -- 2. The History of Simulation (including personal memoirs) -- 3. Education and Learning Theory -- 4. The Use of Humor to Enrich the Simulated Environment -- 5. The Use of Stress in the Simulated Environment -- 6. Debriefing: Using a Structured and Supported Approach -- 7. Debriefing with Good Judgment: Technique for Formative Feedback, Reflection, and Behavior Change in Healthcare Simulation -- 8. Crisis Resource Management -- 9. Patient Safety -- 10. Systems Integration: Engineering the Future of Healthcare Delivery via Simulation -- 11. Competency Assessment -- 12. Simulation for Licensure and Certification -- Part II. Simulation Modalities and Technologies -- 13. Standardized Patients -- 14. Computer and Web Based Simulators -- 15. Manikin Based Simulators -- 16. Virtual Reality, Haptic Simulators, and Virtual Environments -- Part III. Simulation in Healthcare Disciplines -- 17. Simulation in Anesthesiology -- 18. Simulation in Non-Invasive Cardiology -- 19. Simulation in Cardiothoracic Surgery -- 20. Simulation in Emergency Medicine -- 21. Simulation in Dentistry/Oral Health -- 22. Simulation in Family Medicine -- 23. Simulation in General Surgery -- 24. Simulation in Gastroenterology -- 25. Simulation in Genitourinary Surgery -- 26. Simulation in Medical Education: Internal Medicine -- 27. Simulation in Military and Battlefield Medicine -- 28. Simulation in Neurosurgery and Neurosurgical Procedures -- 29. Simulation in Nursing -- 30. Simulation in Obstetrics and Gynecology -- 31. Simulation in Ophthalmology -- 32. Simulation in Orthopaedic Surgery -- 33. Simulation in Otolaryngology -- 34. Simulation in Medical Education: Pain & Palliative Care -- 35. Simulation in Pediatrics -- 36. Simulation in Psychiatry -- 37. Simulation in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine -- 38. Simulation in Radiology: Diagnostic Techniques -- 39. Simulation in Radiology: Endovascular and Interventional Techniques -- 40. Simulation in Basic Science Education -- Part IV. Professional Development in Simulation -- 41. The Clinical Educator Track for Medical Students and Residents -- 42. Simulation Fellowship Training -- 43. Specialized Courses -- 44. Continuing Education (CE) in Healthcare Simulation -- Part V. Program Development in Simulation -- 45. Center Development and Practical Considerations -- 46. Business Planning Considerations for a Healthcare Simulation Center -- 47. Securing Funding for Simulation Centers and Research -- 48. Program and Center Accreditation -- 49. A Future Vision -- Appendix 1. Simulation Center Sample Floorplans and Facility Pictures -- Appendix 2. Terms and Terminology.
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Computer-Assisted Musculoskeletal Surgery : Thinking and Executing in 3D

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Lucas E. Ritacco, Federico E. Milano, Edmund Chao, editors. (1st ed.) --Cham: Springer , c2016.
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This book presents the latest advances in computer-aided methods for musculoskeletal surgery. Topics including preoperative planning, navigational tools, patient-specific resections, and robotic devices used in computer-assisted surgery are discussed. The various simulation and training materials currently available are described. Computer-Assisted Musculoskeletal Surgery: Thinking and Executing in 3D is aimed at surgeons, oncologists, and research and development scientists, especially those w…
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Ritacco, Lucas E
Milano, Federico E
Chao, Edmund
Responsibility
Lucas E. Ritacco, Federico E. Milano, Edmund Chao, editors
Edition
1st ed.
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2016
Physical Description
1 online resource (xix, 326 p. : 149 illus., 134 illus. in color)
ISBN
9783319129433
9783319129426 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Computer Simulation
Imaging, three-dimensional - methods
Musculoskeletal Diseases - surgery
Orthopedic Procedures - methods
Surgery, Computer-Assisted - methods
Abstract
This book presents the latest advances in computer-aided methods for musculoskeletal surgery. Topics including preoperative planning, navigational tools, patient-specific resections, and robotic devices used in computer-assisted surgery are discussed. The various simulation and training materials currently available are described. Computer-Assisted Musculoskeletal Surgery: Thinking and Executing in 3D is aimed at surgeons, oncologists, and research and development scientists, especially those working with computer-assisted technologies.
Contents
Part 1. Preoperative Planning -- 1. Virtual Preoperative Planning -- 2. Computerized Tools: Allograft Selection -- 3. Computer Guided Navigation and Pre-Operative Planning for Arthroscopic Hip Surgery -- 4. Virtual Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery Planning with Stereo Graphics and Haptics -- 5. Computational Image-guided Technologies in Cranio-maxillofacial Soft Tissue Planning and Simulation -- Part 2. Surgical Navigation -- 6. Introduction to Surgical Navigation -- 7. Bone Tumor Navigation in the Pelvis -- 8. Bone Tumor Navigation in Limbs -- 9. Direct navigation of surgical instrumentation -- 10. Navigation in Spinal Surgery -- 11. Local Tumor Ablation using Computer-Assisted Planning and Execution -- Part 3. Custom Implants -- 12. Patient-specific Instruments in Orthopaedics -- 13. Custom Implants -- 14. Patient's Specific Template for Spine Surgery -- Part 4. Robotics -- 15. The Use of ROBODOC in Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty -- 16. A comparative study for touchless telerobotic surgery -- Part 5. Validation in computer-assisted surgical workflows -- 17. Accuracy and precision in computer-assisted methods in orthopaedic surgery -- 18. Spinal Loading System: A Novel Technique for Assessing Spinal Flexibility in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis -- Part 6. Emerging Trends -- 19. Computer simulation surgery for deformity correction of the upper extremity -- 20. 3D projection-based navigation.
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Effective Training of Arthroscopic Skills

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Mustafa Karahan, Gino M.M.J. Kerkhoffs, Pietro Randelli, Gabriëlle J.M. Tuijthof, editors. --Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer ; ESSKA , c2015.
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This book explains how training in arthroscopic skills is best carried out in order to keep up to date with advances in arthroscopy, meet the ever-increasing demand for high-quality care, and respond to changes in available training time. State of the art developments regarding tools, performance monitoring, and learning strategies are presented, and practical guidelines provided for direct implementation in daily clinical practice. The coverage of simulation-based training ranges from the use …
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Karahan, Mustafa
Kerkhoffs, Gino M.M.J
Randelli, Pietro
Tuijthof, Gabriëlle J.M
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European Society of Sports Traumatology Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy
Responsibility
Mustafa Karahan, Gino M.M.J. Kerkhoffs, Pietro Randelli, Gabriëlle J.M. Tuijthof, editors
Place of Publication
Berlin, Heidelberg
Publisher
Springer ; ESSKA
Date of Publication
c2015
Physical Description
1 online resource (x, 173 p. : 55 illus., 30 illus. in color)
ISBN
9783662449431
9783662449424 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Arthroscopy - education
Clinical Competence
Computer Simulation
Orthopedics - education
Abstract
This book explains how training in arthroscopic skills is best carried out in order to keep up to date with advances in arthroscopy, meet the ever-increasing demand for high-quality care, and respond to changes in available training time. State of the art developments regarding tools, performance monitoring, and learning strategies are presented, and practical guidelines provided for direct implementation in daily clinical practice. The coverage of simulation-based training ranges from the use of wet labs and box trainers through to sophisticated virtual reality simulators. Subsequent sections on objective performance tracking of training outside and in the operating room cover a variety of key aspects, including psychomotor learning, the adequacy of performance measures, evidence-based thresholds, preclinical training strategies, the role of global rating scales, and video tools. As a result of the success of arthroscopy, its role in the orthopaedic armamentarium is continuously increasing and ever more complex surgeries are being performed arthroscopically. Effective training in arthroscopy is essential to good outcomes. The guidance provided in this book by acknowledged experts in the field will assist in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of arthroscopic training and in enhancing patient safety.
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1. Obstacles Faced in the Classical Training System: Why Is There a Need for Newer Systems? -- Part 1. Psychomotor Skills: Learning and Education -- 2. Needs and Wishes from the Arthroscopy Community -- 3. Theory on Psychomotor Learning Applied to Arthroscopy -- 4. Enabling Lifelong Learning and Team Skills to Support Arthroscopic Performance -- Part 2. Simulated Environments -- 5. Traditional Wet Labs and Industry Involvement -- 6. Physical Simulators -- 7. Virtual Reality Simulators -- 8. Theory on Simulator Validation -- 9. Simulator Evaluation -- 10. Preclinical Training Strategies -- Part 3. Skills Performance Tracking -- 11. What Measures Represent Performance? -- 12. What Thresholds Are Evidence Based? -- 13. Monitoring Performance and Progression in the Operating Theatre -- 14. Guidelines and Concluding Remarks.
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Fundamentals of Surgical Simulation : Principles and Practice

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Anthony G. Gallagher, Gerald C. O'Sullivan. --London: Springer , c2012.
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Fundamentals of Surgical Simulation explains in detail, from a behavioural science/human factors perspective, why modern image guided medicine such as surgery, interventional cardiology and interventional radiology are difficult to learn and practice. Medicine is currently at a tipping point in terms of how physicians in procedural based medicine are trained. Fundamentals of Surgical Simulation helps drive this change and is a valuable resource for medical trainers and trainees alike. For train…
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Gallagher, Anthony G
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O'Sullivan, Gerald C
Responsibility
Anthony G. Gallagher, Gerald C. O'Sullivan
Place of Publication
London
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2012
Physical Description
1 online resource (xviii, 372 p. : 41 ill., 23 ill. in color)
Series Title
Improving medical outcome--zero tolerance
ISBN
9780857297631
Subjects (MeSH)
Computer Simulation
Surgical Equipment
General Surgery - education
Education, Medical - methods
Subjects (LCSH)
Emergency medicine
Abstract
Fundamentals of Surgical Simulation explains in detail, from a behavioural science/human factors perspective, why modern image guided medicine such as surgery, interventional cardiology and interventional radiology are difficult to learn and practice. Medicine is currently at a tipping point in terms of how physicians in procedural based medicine are trained. Fundamentals of Surgical Simulation helps drive this change and is a valuable resource for medical trainers and trainees alike. For trainers, this book gives explicit theoretical and applied information on how this new training paradigm works thus allowing them to tailor the application of simulation training to their program, no matter where in the world they work. For the trainee, it allows them to see and understand the rules of this new training paradigm thus allowing them to optimize their approach to training and reaching proficiency in as efficient a manner as possible. For the simulation researcher, engineer and medical profession Fundamentals of Surgical Simulation poses some difficult questions that require urgent unambiguous and agreed answers.
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Agents of change -- Simulations for procedural training -- Human factors in acquiring medical skills; Perception and cognition -- Human factors in acquiring medical skills; Learning and skill acquisition in procedural medicine -- Metrics for the measurement of skill -- Metric based simulation training -- Validation of metrics coupled to simulation training -- Metric-based training to proficiency; What is it and how is it done? -- Didactic education and training for improved intra-operative performance; e-Learning comes of age -- Simulation training for improved procedural performance -- Simulation in and for medicine; Where next? -- Proficiency-based progression simulation training; A to-do list for medicine
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Health Care Evaluation Using Computer Simulation : Concepts, Methods, and Applications

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Boris Sobolev, Victor Sanchez, Lisa Kuramoto. --New York, NY: Springer , c2012.
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Over the past decades, health services research has informed policy for improving health care delivery. Computer simulations have great potential to drive full scale improvement, yet the technology has rarely been used to evaluate proposed changes before they are implemented in health care systems. Health Care Evaluation Using Computer Simulation describes a new interdisciplinary approach, one that incorporates the simulation of health system operations into the paradigm of health services res…
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Sobolev, Boris
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Sanchez, Victor
Kuramoto, Lisa
Responsibility
Boris Sobolev, Victor Sanchez, Lisa Kuramoto
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2012
Physical Description
1 online resource (xxv, 406 p. : 55 ill.)
ISBN
9781461422334
Subjects (MeSH)
Computer Simulation
Health Services Research
Program Evaluation
Research Design
Subjects (LCSH)
Public health
Computer science
Abstract
Over the past decades, health services research has informed policy for improving health care delivery. Computer simulations have great potential to drive full scale improvement, yet the technology has rarely been used to evaluate proposed changes before they are implemented in health care systems. Health Care Evaluation Using Computer Simulation describes a new interdisciplinary approach, one that incorporates the simulation of health system operations into the paradigm of health services research. Beginning by reviewing the processes of health care evaluation and simulation experiments, the book presents a complete methodology for conducting simulation studies for evaluating policy alternatives. Unified Modeling Language and Statechart diagramming are introduced as a means for developing realistic requirements of discrete-event models and policies. And to clearly illustrate simulation modeling in context, an extended series of examples illustrates the use of simulations throughout a single department in a busy hospital. Chapters take the reader through each step of the methodology, featuring: A comparison of approaches to constructing simulation models of health care systems; An overview geared toward developing research questions; A framework for determining model requirements and designing simulations; Methods for evaluating simulation experiments at the cluster and individual levels; Guidelines for clear reporting of simulation studies; Examples of computer simulation in surgical services, from appointment booking to discharge planning. As a research reference and a hands-on blueprint, Health Care Evaluation Using Computer Simulation breaks innovative new ground for researchers and graduate students in health services research and health care management.health care management.
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[Machine generated contents note] Pt. I. Concepts -- 1. Intervention Research in Health Care -- 1.1. Intervention Studies -- 1.2. Causal Perspective -- 1.3. Analytical Framework -- 1.4. Study Designs -- 1.5. Statistical Reasoning -- 1.6. Types of Questions -- 2. Simulation Studies -- 2.1. Computer Simulation Modeling -- 2.2. Causal Reasoning -- 2.3. Types of Factors -- 2.4. Types of Outcomes -- 2.5. Reporting Results -- 3. Framing the Process of Care -- 3.1. Functional View -- 3.2. Taxonomy of Activities -- 3.3. Diagnostic Stage -- 3.4. Preoperative Stage -- 3.5. Operative Stage -- 3.6. Postoperative Stage -- 3.7. Resource Allocation -- 3.8. Reactive Nature of Surgical Care -- 4. Simulation Models -- 4.1. Types of Models -- 4.2. Monte Carlo Simulation -- 4.3. System Dynamics -- 4.4. Markov Models -- 4.5. Discrete-Event Simulation -- 4.6. Agent-Based Models -- 4.7. Choice of Modeling Technique -- 5. UML Diagrams for the Process of Care -- 5.1. Overview of Diagrams -- 5.2. Class Diagrams -- 5.3. Use Case Diagrams -- 5.4. Activity Diagrams -- 5.5. State Diagrams -- 5.6. Sequence Diagrams -- 5.7. Timing Diagrams -- 6. Statecharts for Patient Flow -- 6.1. Visual Formalism -- 6.2. Representing Reactive Systems -- 6.3. Representing Patient Flow -- 6.4. Modeling Requirements -- 6.5. Modeling Assumptions -- 6.6. Input Parameters -- 6.7. Output Data -- Pt. II. Methods -- 7. Design of a Simulation Study -- 7.1. Simulation Study as Intervention Research -- 7.2. Analytical Framework -- 7.3. Experimental Design -- 7.4. Plan of Analysis -- 8. Planning a Study at the Cluster Level -- 8.1. Cluster-Level Proportions -- 8.2. Measuring Performance with Proportions -- 8.3. Comparing Proportions -- 8.4. Number of Runs for Comparing Proportions -- 8.5. Cluster-Level Averages -- 8.6. Measuring Performance with Averages -- 8.7. Comparing Averages -- 8.8. Number of Runs for Comparing Averages -- 9. Planning a Study at the Individual Level -- 9.1. Individual-Level Proportions -- 9.2. Measuring Performance with Proportions -- 9.3. Comparing Proportions -- 9.4. Number of Runs for Comparing Proportions -- 9.5. Individual-Level Rates -- 9.6. Measuring Performance with Rates -- 9.7. Comparing Rates -- 9.8. Number of Runs for Comparing Rates -- 10. Reporting on a Simulation Study -- 10.1. CONSORT Guidelines -- 10.2. Reporting the Study Question -- 10.3. Reporting the Study Methods -- 10.4. Reporting the Results -- 10.5. Reporting with Effective Tables -- 11. Evaluations at the Cluster Level -- 11.1. Scenario Involving Proportions -- 11.2. Preparing Data for Analysis of Proportions -- 11.3. Adjusting Effect Size for Proportions -- 11.4. Reporting Results for Proportions -- 11.5. Scenario Involving Averages -- 11.6. Preparing Data for Analysis of Averages -- 11.7. Adjusting Effect Size for Averages -- 11.8. Reporting Results for Averages -- 12. Evaluations at the Individual Level -- 12.1. Scenario Involving Proportions -- 12.2. Preparing Data for Analysis of Proportions -- 12.3. Adjusting Effect Size for Proportions -- 12.4. Reporting Results for Proportions -- 12.5. Scenario Involving Rates -- 12.6. Preparing Data for Analysis of Rates -- 12.7. Adjusting Effect Size for Rates -- 12.8. Reporting Results for Rates -- Pt. III. Applications -- 13. Simulation Model for Surgical Service -- 13.1. Modeled Process -- 13.2. Modeling Requirements -- 13.3. Modeling Assumptions -- 13.4. Implementation Details -- 13.5. Describing Patient Flow with Statecharts -- 14. Booking Consultation Appointments -- 14.1. Simulation Study -- 14.2. Simulation Model -- 14.3. Plan of Experiment -- 14.4. Evaluation of Experiment -- 14.5. Three-Way Comparison -- 15. Managing Presurgical Screening -- 15.1. Simulation Study -- 15.2. Simulation Model -- 15.3. Plan of Experiment -- 15.4. Evaluation of Experiment -- 16. Booking Elective Surgery -- 16.1. Simulation Study -- 16.2. Simulation Model -- 16.3. Plan of Experiment -- 16.4. Evaluation of Experiment -- 17. Booking Anesthesiology Consultations -- 17.1. Background -- 17.2. Management Alternatives -- 17.3. Simulation Model -- 17.4. Plan of Experiment -- 17.5. Plan of Evaluation -- 18. Managing Postoperative Care -- 18.1. Background -- 18.2. Management Alternatives -- 18.3. Simulation Model -- 18.4. Plan of Experiment -- 18.5. Plan of Evaluation -- 19. Discharge Planning -- 19.1. Background -- 19.2. Management Alternatives -- 19.3. Simulation Model -- 19.4. Plan of Experiment -- 19.5. Evaluation of Experiment -- Appendices -- A. Framing the Questions -- B. Determining the Sufficient Number of Simulation Runs -- C. Specifications of the Statechart Diagram -- D. Data Dictionaries for Case Studies.
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