Enhancing Authenticity in Simulation Using Appropriate Techniques of Moulage

Brem, Beate; Schnabel, Kai; Wüst, Sandra (June 2016). Enhancing Authenticity in Simulation Using Appropriate Techniques of Moulage (Unpublished). In: 2016 Annual Conference of the Association of Standardized Patient Educators. Tampa, Florida, USA. 26.-29.06.2016.

Workshop Overview The use of special effects (moulage) is a way to augment the authenticity of a scenario in simulation. This workshop will introduce different techniques of moulage (oil based cream colors, watercolors, transfer tattoos and 3D Prosthetics). The participants will have the opportunity to explore these techniques by applying various moulages. They will compare the techniques and discuss their advantages and disadvantages. Moreover, strategies for standardization and quality assurance will be discussed. Workshop Rationale Moulage supports the sensory perception in an scenario (1). It can provide evaluation clues (2) and help learners (and SPs) to engage in the simulation. However, it is of crucial importance that the simulated physical pathologies are represented accurate and reliable. Accuracy is achieved by using the appropriate technique, which requires knowledge and practice . With information about different moulage techniques, we hope to increases the knowledge of moulage during the workshop. By applying moulages in various techniques we will practice together. As standardization is critical for simulation scenarios in assessment (3, 4) strategies for standardization of moulage will be introduced and discussed. Workshop Objectives During the workshop participants will: - gain knowledge about different techniques of moulages - practice moulages in various techniques - discuss the advantages and disadvantages of moulage techniques - describe strategies for standardization and quality assurance of moulage Planned Format 5 min Introduction 15 min Overview – Background & Theory (presentation) 15 min Application of moulage for ankle sprain in 4 different techniques (oil based cream color, water color, temporary tatoo, 3D prosthetic) in small groups 5 min Comparing the results by interactive viewing of prepared moulages 15 min Application of moulages for burn in different techniques in small groups 5 min Comparing results the results by interactive viewing of prepared moulages 5 min Sharing experiences with different techniques in small groups 20 min Discussion of the techniques including standardization and quality assurance strategies (plenary discussion) 5 min Summary / Take home points

Item Type:

Conference or Workshop Item (Abstract)

Division/Institute:

04 Faculty of Medicine > Medical Education > Institute for Medical Education
04 Faculty of Medicine > Medical Education > Institute for Medical Education > Education and Media Unit (AUM)

UniBE Contributor:

Brem, Beate; Schnabel, Kai and Wüst, Sandra

Subjects:

600 Technology > 610 Medicine & health

Language:

English

Submitter:

Beate Brem

Date Deposited:

08 Jun 2016 11:23

Last Modified:

08 Jun 2016 11:23

URI:

https://boris.unibe.ch/id/eprint/80973

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