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Position Paper on Global ECMO Education and Educational Agenda for the Future: A Statement from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization ECMOed Taskforce. / Zakhary, Bishoy; Shekar, Kiran; Diaz, Rodrigo; Badulak, Jenelle; Johnston, Lindsay C. ; Roeleveld, Peter Paul; Alinier, Guillaume; Lai, Peter Chi Keung; Ramanathan, Kollengode; Moore, Elizabeth A.; Fawzy Hassan, Ibrahim; Agerstrand, Cara; Chun-wai, Wallace NGAI ; Salazar, Leonardo; Raman, Lakshmi; Bembea, Melania M.; Davidson, Mark; Gomez-Gutierrez, Rene D.; Mateo-Sidrón, Jose Alfonso Rubio ; Kukutschka, Jeannie M.; Antonini , Marta Velia; Schmidt, Matthieu; Abrams, Darryl; Ogino, Mark.

In: Critical Care Medicine, 31.10.2019.

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Zakhary, B, Shekar, K, Diaz, R, Badulak, J, Johnston, LC, Roeleveld, PP, Alinier, G, Lai, PCK, Ramanathan, K, Moore, EA, Fawzy Hassan, I, Agerstrand, C, Chun-wai, WNGAI, Salazar, L, Raman, L, Bembea, MM, Davidson, M, Gomez-Gutierrez, RD, Mateo-Sidrón, JAR, Kukutschka, JM, Antonini , MV, Schmidt, M, Abrams, D & Ogino, M 2019, 'Position Paper on Global ECMO Education and Educational Agenda for the Future: A Statement from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization ECMOed Taskforce', Critical Care Medicine.

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Zakhary, B., Shekar, K., Diaz, R., Badulak, J., Johnston, L. C., Roeleveld, P. P., Alinier, G., Lai, P. C. K., Ramanathan, K., Moore, E. A., Fawzy Hassan, I., Agerstrand, C., Chun-wai, W. NGAI., Salazar, L., Raman, L., Bembea, M. M., Davidson, M., Gomez-Gutierrez, R. D., Mateo-Sidrón, J. A. R., ... Ogino, M. (Accepted/In press). Position Paper on Global ECMO Education and Educational Agenda for the Future: A Statement from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization ECMOed Taskforce. Critical Care Medicine.

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Zakhary, Bishoy ; Shekar, Kiran ; Diaz, Rodrigo ; Badulak, Jenelle ; Johnston, Lindsay C. ; Roeleveld, Peter Paul ; Alinier, Guillaume ; Lai, Peter Chi Keung ; Ramanathan, Kollengode ; Moore, Elizabeth A. ; Fawzy Hassan, Ibrahim ; Agerstrand, Cara ; Chun-wai, Wallace NGAI ; Salazar, Leonardo ; Raman, Lakshmi ; Bembea, Melania M. ; Davidson, Mark ; Gomez-Gutierrez, Rene D. ; Mateo-Sidrón, Jose Alfonso Rubio ; Kukutschka, Jeannie M. ; Antonini , Marta Velia ; Schmidt, Matthieu ; Abrams, Darryl ; Ogino, Mark. / Position Paper on Global ECMO Education and Educational Agenda for the Future: A Statement from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization ECMOed Taskforce. In: Critical Care Medicine. 2019.

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@article{1a0cc89733164abcb8efde96aadbed75,
title = "Position Paper on Global ECMO Education and Educational Agenda for the Future: A Statement from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization ECMOed Taskforce",
abstract = "ObjectiveThe purpose of this position paper is two-fold: first, to describe the state of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) education worldwide, noting current limitations and challenges; and second, to put forth an educational agenda regarding opportunities for an international collaborative approach towards standardization.Design and SettingIn 2018, the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Education (ECMOed) Taskforce organized two structured, face-to-face meetings and conducted a review of published literature on ECMO education. Taskforce members generated a consensus statement using an iterative consensus process through teleconferences and electronic communication.Measurements and Main ResultsThe ECMOed Taskforce identified seven educational domains that would benefit from international collaborative efforts. Of primary importance, the taskforce outlined actionable items regarding: (1) the creation of a standardized ECMO curriculum; (2) defining criteria for an ECMO course as a vehicle for delivering the curriculum; (3) outlining a mechanism for evaluating the quality of educational offerings; (4) utilizing validated assessment tools in the development of ECMO practitioner certification; and (5) promoting high-quality educational research to guide ongoing educational and competency assessment development.ConclusionsSignificant variability and limitations in global ECMO education exist. In this position paper, we outline a road map for standardizing international ECMO education and practitioner certification. Ongoing high-quality educational research is needed to evaluate the impact of these initiatives.",
keywords = "education, Certification, ECMO, Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, Extracorporeal life support organization, ELSO",
author = "Bishoy Zakhary and Kiran Shekar and Rodrigo Diaz and Jenelle Badulak and Johnston, {Lindsay C.} and Roeleveld, {Peter Paul} and Guillaume Alinier and Lai, {Peter Chi Keung} and Kollengode Ramanathan and Moore, {Elizabeth A.} and {Fawzy Hassan}, Ibrahim and Cara Agerstrand and Chun-wai, {Wallace NGAI} and Leonardo Salazar and Lakshmi Raman and Bembea, {Melania M.} and Mark Davidson and Gomez-Gutierrez, {Rene D.} and Mateo-Sidr{\'o}n, {Jose Alfonso Rubio} and Kukutschka, {Jeannie M.} and Antonini, {Marta Velia} and Matthieu Schmidt and Darryl Abrams and Mark Ogino",
year = "2019",
month = oct,
day = "31",
language = "English",
journal = "Critical Care Medicine",
issn = "0090-3493",
publisher = "Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Ltd.",

}

RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Position Paper on Global ECMO Education and Educational Agenda for the Future: A Statement from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization ECMOed Taskforce

AU - Zakhary, Bishoy

AU - Shekar, Kiran

AU - Diaz, Rodrigo

AU - Badulak, Jenelle

AU - Johnston, Lindsay C.

AU - Roeleveld, Peter Paul

AU - Alinier, Guillaume

AU - Lai, Peter Chi Keung

AU - Ramanathan, Kollengode

AU - Moore, Elizabeth A.

AU - Fawzy Hassan, Ibrahim

AU - Agerstrand, Cara

AU - Chun-wai, Wallace NGAI

AU - Salazar, Leonardo

AU - Raman, Lakshmi

AU - Bembea, Melania M.

AU - Davidson, Mark

AU - Gomez-Gutierrez, Rene D.

AU - Mateo-Sidrón, Jose Alfonso Rubio

AU - Kukutschka, Jeannie M.

AU - Antonini , Marta Velia

AU - Schmidt, Matthieu

AU - Abrams, Darryl

AU - Ogino, Mark

PY - 2019/10/31

Y1 - 2019/10/31

N2 - ObjectiveThe purpose of this position paper is two-fold: first, to describe the state of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) education worldwide, noting current limitations and challenges; and second, to put forth an educational agenda regarding opportunities for an international collaborative approach towards standardization.Design and SettingIn 2018, the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Education (ECMOed) Taskforce organized two structured, face-to-face meetings and conducted a review of published literature on ECMO education. Taskforce members generated a consensus statement using an iterative consensus process through teleconferences and electronic communication.Measurements and Main ResultsThe ECMOed Taskforce identified seven educational domains that would benefit from international collaborative efforts. Of primary importance, the taskforce outlined actionable items regarding: (1) the creation of a standardized ECMO curriculum; (2) defining criteria for an ECMO course as a vehicle for delivering the curriculum; (3) outlining a mechanism for evaluating the quality of educational offerings; (4) utilizing validated assessment tools in the development of ECMO practitioner certification; and (5) promoting high-quality educational research to guide ongoing educational and competency assessment development.ConclusionsSignificant variability and limitations in global ECMO education exist. In this position paper, we outline a road map for standardizing international ECMO education and practitioner certification. Ongoing high-quality educational research is needed to evaluate the impact of these initiatives.

AB - ObjectiveThe purpose of this position paper is two-fold: first, to describe the state of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) education worldwide, noting current limitations and challenges; and second, to put forth an educational agenda regarding opportunities for an international collaborative approach towards standardization.Design and SettingIn 2018, the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization Education (ECMOed) Taskforce organized two structured, face-to-face meetings and conducted a review of published literature on ECMO education. Taskforce members generated a consensus statement using an iterative consensus process through teleconferences and electronic communication.Measurements and Main ResultsThe ECMOed Taskforce identified seven educational domains that would benefit from international collaborative efforts. Of primary importance, the taskforce outlined actionable items regarding: (1) the creation of a standardized ECMO curriculum; (2) defining criteria for an ECMO course as a vehicle for delivering the curriculum; (3) outlining a mechanism for evaluating the quality of educational offerings; (4) utilizing validated assessment tools in the development of ECMO practitioner certification; and (5) promoting high-quality educational research to guide ongoing educational and competency assessment development.ConclusionsSignificant variability and limitations in global ECMO education exist. In this position paper, we outline a road map for standardizing international ECMO education and practitioner certification. Ongoing high-quality educational research is needed to evaluate the impact of these initiatives.

KW - education

KW - Certification

KW - ECMO

KW - Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation

KW - Extracorporeal life support organization

KW - ELSO

M3 - Review article

JO - Critical Care Medicine

JF - Critical Care Medicine

SN - 0090-3493

ER -