Video Usage in Medical Simulation and Clinical Environments

Evidence based knowledge is a critical component of B-Line Medical's product development. Below you'll find examples of guidelines, articles and research that has influenced our work on SimCapture and LiveCapture and enhanced our focus on a circle of safety using the same capture, debrief and assessment tools in simulated, in situ and in vivo environments.

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Documentation supporting SimCapture

  1. NCSBN National Simulation Study - view
  2. SSH Accreditation Guide - view
  3. Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH) - view
  4. Technology-Enhanced Simulation for Health Professions Education - view
  5. Improving Teamwork and Communication in Trauma Care Through In Situ Simulations - view
  6. Effect of Recent Refresher Training on in Situ Simulated Pediatric Tracheal Intubation - view
  7. In Situ Simulation: Detection of Safety Threats and Teamwork Training in a High Risk Emergency Department - view

Documentation supporting LiveCapture

  1. JAMA - The Power of Video Recording: Taking Quality to the Next Level - view
  2. Prevalence and Indications for Video Recording in the Health Care Settings - view
  3. Could Cameras in Operating Rooms Reduce Preventable Medical Deaths? - view
  4. Video Recording Delivery Room Resuscitation - view
  5. Using Video Review for Quality Improvement of Pediatric Medical Resuscitations - view
  6. Audio and Video Recording System for Routine Documentation of Fluoroscopic Procedures - view
  7. Video to Improve Patient Safety: Clinical and Educational Uses - view
  8. Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety - view
  9. WHO Surgical Safety Checklist and Implementation Manual - view
  10. The Utility of Live Video Capture to Enhance Debriefing Following Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement - view