Plenary Speaker: “We Stop for No Storm” by Karen Szauter, MD

Submitted by: Janice Radway, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

One of the highlights at every ASPE Conference is Karen Szauter’s literary review. She presents highlights from research published in the last year in the field of simulation. It’s fast, it’s educational, it’s entertaining – and usually standing room only. At this year’s virtual conference, Ms. Szauter presented “We Stop for No Storm”, a title inspired by a telegram from the year 1900 during a storm at the University of Texas in Galveston. She has been presenting this session since 2011, and this year is scheduled to be her last.

All in all, it was a great year for research with 430 new citations and over 200 unique journals. Some themes include: cultural competency, remediation of learners, student anxiety, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion studies and telehealth OSCEs.

ASPE members can access her presentation on the ASPE website until September 27.

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