Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

  1. Alia Dharamsi, Sara Gray, Christopher Hicks, Jonathan Sherbino, Melissa McGowan, Andrew Petrosoniak. Bougie assisted cricothyroidotomy: Delphi-derived essential steps for the novice learner. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2018 Apr. In Press. Impact Factor 1.311. Senior Responsible Author.
  2. Andrew Petrosoniak, Rodrigo Almeida, Laura Danielle Pozzobon, Christopher Hicks, Mark Fan, Kari White, Melissa McGowan, Patricia Trbovich. Tracking workflow during high-stakes resuscitation: the application of a novel clinician movement tracing tool during in situ trauma simulation. BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning. 2018 Mar 16. Principal Author.
  3. Andrew Petrosoniak, Christopher Hicks. Resuscitation re-sequenced: a rational approach to the trauma patient in shock. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 2018 Feb. In Press. Impact Factor 1.36. Principal Author.
  4. Christopher Hicks, Andrew Petrosoniak. The human factor: Optimizing trauma team performance in dynamic clinical environments. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 2018 Feb. In Press. Impact Factor 1.36. Co-Principal Author.
  5. Evan Russell, Andrew Hall, Carly Hagel, Andrew Petrosoniak, Jeffrey Damon Dagnone, Daniel Howes. Simulation in Canadian Postgraduate Emergency Medicine Training – A National Survey. CJEM. 2017 May 17:1-10. Coauthor or Collaborator.
  6. Andrew Petrosoniak, Agnes Ryzynski, Gerald Lebovic, Karen Woolfrey. Cricothyroidotomy In-situ simulation Curriculum (CRIC study): training residents for rare procedures. Simulation in Healthcare. 2017 Apr;12(2):76-82. Principal Author.
  7. Andrew Petrosoniak, Marc Auerbach, Ambrose Wong, Christopher Hicks. In-situ simulation in emergency medicine: moving beyond the sim lab. Emergency Medicine Australasia. 2017 Feb;29(1):83-88. Principal Author.
  8. Mark Fan, Andrew Petrosoniak, Sonia Pinkney, Christopher Hicks, Kari White, Ana Almeida, Douglas Campbell, Melissa McGowan, Alice Gray, Patricia Trbovich. Study protocol for a framework analysis using video review to identify latent safety threats: Trauma Resuscitation Using in-situ Simulation Team Training (TRUST). BMJ Open. 2016 Nov 7;6(11):e013683. Co-Principal Author.
  9. Kayssi, A, A Petrosoniak, J Levenstadt, N Eisenberg, S Jenkins, G Roche-Nagle. Rates of Elastic Compression Stockings Prescription Following Diagnosis of Deep Venous Thrombosis Among Canadian Emergency Physicians and Trainees. CJEM. 2015. (accepted for publication).
  10. Dell EM, L Varpio, A Petrosoniak, A Gajaria, A McCarthy. The ethics and safety of medical student global health electives. Int J Med Educ. 2014;5:63-72.
  11. Petrosoniak, A, J Herold, K, Woolfrey. Emergency Medicine Procedural Skills: What are Residents Missing? CJEM. 2013 Jul;15(4):241-8.
  12. Petrosoniak, A, PT Engels, P Hamilton, HC Tien. Detection of significant bowel and mesenteric injuries in blunt abdominal trauma with 64-slice computed tomography. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013 Apr;74(4):1081-6.
  13. Petrosoniak, A, Hicks, CM. Beyond CRM: New Frontiers in Human Factors Training for Acute Care Medicine. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol. 2013;26:699-706.
  14. McCarthy, A, A Petrosoniak, L Varpio. “The complex relationships involved in global health: A qualitative description”. BMC Med Educ. 2013;13:136.
  15. Petrosoniak, A, A McCarthy, L Varpio. Medical tourism among trainees: thematic results of student and professional interviews. Medical Education. 2010;44:683-689.
  16. Petrosoniak, A, P Kim, M Desjardins, BC Lee. Successful treatment of prosthetic joint infection due to Mycobacterium abscessus. Canadian Journal of Infectious Disease and Medical Microbiology. 2009;20(3).

Book Chapters

  1. Chris Hicks, Andrew Petrosoniak. Pain in the Polytrauma Patient. In: Reuben Strayer, Sergey Motov, Lewis Nelson, editor(s). Management of Pain and Procedural Sedation in Acute Care. 1st. (United States); 2017. Available from: http://painandpsa.org/pain-in-the-poly-trauma-patient/. Co-Principal Author.

Journal Issues

  1. Damage Control: Advances in Trauma Resuscitation. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 2018 Feb; Volume 36(Issue 1). 258 p. Editor.

Book Chapters

  1. Petrosoniak, A; Joshi, N. The Case of the No Learner Policy. In: Chan TM, McColl T, Luckett-Gatopoulos S, Purdy E, Eicken J, Thoma B, editor(s). Medical Education in Cases. 1st edition. 3. San Francisco (United States): Academic Life in Emergency Medicine; 2017. Coauthor or Collaborator.

Editorials

  1. Andrew Petrosoniak, Ryan Brydges, Lori Nemoy, Doug Campbell. Adapting form to function: Can Simulation Serve Our Healthcare System AND Educational Needs? Advances in Simulation. 2018 May. In Press. Principal Author.
  2. Christopher Hicks and Andrew Petrosoniak. Seismology and Advances in Trauma Resuscitation. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 2018 Feb;36(1). Co-Principal Author.

Presentations

1. International

Invited Lectures and Presentations

  1. 2017 Jun 26: Facilitator. Leave the sim lab behind: In-situ simulation. Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC). Germany, Germany. Presenter(s): Petrosoniak, A. Cook, S, Hicks, C. Spurr, J. Nickson, C. (Continuing Education).
  2. 2016 Nov 2:  Invited Speaker. Building TRUST and Inspiring Change: In-situ simulation as the next frontier of patient safety. London Air Ambulance/HEMS. London, United Kingdom. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  3. 2016 Jun 15: Invited Speaker. Bare Knuckle Round: Top Trauma Papers of 2015. Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC). Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. Presenter(s): Petrosoniak, A. Hicks, C. (Continuing Education).
  4. 2016 Jun 14: Facilitator. Leave the sim lab behind: In-situ simulation. Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC). Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. Presenter(s): Petrosoniak, A. Hicks, C. Spurr, J. Nickson, C. (Continuing Education).
  5. 2016 May 11: Co-presenter. “The Safety Dance”: Championing Patient Safety Initiatives using Simulation in Emergency Medicine. Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Presenter(s): Ambrose Wong, Marc Auerbach, Andrew Petrosoniak, Christopher Hicks, Silas Smith, Maureen Gang.
  6. 2015 Jun: Co-Presenter. Flipping the Classroom. Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC) Conference. Chicago, Illinois, United States. Rob Cooney, Stella Yiu, Rahul Patwari, Jennifer Leppard, Dough Schiller (collaborators). (Continuing Education).
  7. 2015 Jun: Co-Presenter. Leave the Sim Lab Behind: In Situ Simulation for Clinician Educators. Social Media and Critical Care (SMACC) conference. Chicago, Illinois, United States. John Gatward, Ernie Wang, Chris Nickson, Jesse Spurr (collaborators). (Continuing Education).

Presented Abstracts

  1. 2017 Jul: Principal Investigator. A novel human factors use of video-based framework analysis: Trauma  resuscitation using in-situ simulation team training (TRUST). Applied Human Factors & Ergonomics International Conference. Los Angeles, California, United States. Presenter(s): M. Fan, P. Trbovich, S. Pinkney, C. Hicks, K. White, M. McGowan, A. Gray, Doug Campbell, Sandro Rizoli, N. Ahmed, Andrew Petrosoniak.
  2. 2016 Jun: Senior Responsible Author. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-situ Simulation Team Training (TRUST) study: A novel approach to safety threat identification and high-performance team training. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Gothenburg, Sweden. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak, Alice Gray, Melissa McGowan, Doug Campbell, Patricia Trbovich, Sonia Pinkney, Christopher Hicks.
  3. 2015 May: Presenter. Cricothyroidotomy In-situ simulation curriculum (CRIC study): A novel training program for emergency medicine residents. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference. San Diego, California, United States. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, A. Ryzyznski, K. Woolfrey. (Poster presentation). (Continuing Education).
  4. 2015 May: Presenter. Out of the sim lab and into the emergency department: 10 tips to conduct in-situ simulation for emergency physicians. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference. San Diego, California, United States. (podium presentation). (Continuing Education).
  5. 2012 Jun: Rates of Elastic Compression Stockings Prescription following Diagnosis of Deep Vein Thrombosis. Society for Vascular Surgery Annual Meeting. Washington, District of Columbia. Authors: Kayssi, A, A Petrosoniak, J Levenstadt, N Eisenberg, G Roche-Nagle. (Poster presentation) (Top venous disease poster and 3rd place overall poster). (Continuing Education).
  6. 2012 Mar: Exploring ethics and safety of global health experiential learning: what faculty need to know to prepare student. 15th Ottawa Conference. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Authors: Dell, E, A Petrosoniak, L Varpio, C Jackson, J Levine, A McCarthy. (podium presentation). (Continuing Education).
  7. 2011 Sep Emergency Medicine Procedural Skills – What do they need to know? – A survey of Emergency Medicine Residents and Program Directors. International Conference on Residency Education. Quebec City, Quebec. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, J Herold, K Woolfrey. (podium presentation).
  8. 2010 Apr: The Ethical dilemmas trainees face during global health electives: exploring what happens off the beaten path. Global Health Education Conference & 1st Latin American and Caribbean Conference on Global Health. Cuernavaca, Mexico. Authors: Gajaria, A, A Petrosoniak, A McCarthy, L Varpio. (podium presentation).

2. National

Invited Lectures and Presentations

  1. 2018 Jun 12: Keynote Speaker. Safer care, one simulation at a time: innovative opportunities for quality improvement. SIM-one, National Forum on Simulation for Quality & Safety. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  2. 2018 Apr 26: Invited Speaker. Bleeding out: a practical guide to massive transfusion. Emergency Medicine Update 2018 – North York General Hospital Conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. (Continuing Education).
  3. 2018 Apr 26: Invited Speaker. Making Simulation Accessible: A User’s Guide to Emergency Medicine Simulation. EMU 2018 – North York Emergency Medicine Update. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak & Christopher Hicks.
  4. 2018 Feb 22: Invited Speaker. Getting things right: design thinking and trauma simulation. Trauma Association of Canada Annual Conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  5. 2017 Nov 2: Facilitator. Strategies for Successful Co-Debriefing. Royal College Simulation Summit. Montreal, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): James Huffman, Andrew Petrosoniak, Andrew Hall, Tamara McColl, Patricia Lee, George Mastoras, Tim Chaplin.
  6. 2017 May 5: Invited Speaker. Making the un-manageable…manageable: Pearls and pitfalls in trauma resuscitation. Emergency Medicine Update 2017 – North York General Hospital Conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. (Continuing Education).
  7. 2016 Oct 1: Presenter. Implementing interprofessional in-situ simulation in residency education: bringing simulation to the bedside. International Conference on Residency Education. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak, Taylor Zhou, Alice Gray, Kari White, Melissa McGowan, Christopher Hicks. (Continuing Education).
  8. 2016 Sep 29: Facilitator. Innovative tech toolkit to flip your classroom. International Conference on Residency Education. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Patwari, R, Cooney, R, Yiu, S, Petrosoniak, A, Leppard, J, Schiller, D. (Continuing Education).
  9. 2016 May 4: Invited Speaker. SBP <90 on arrival: resuscitation before intubation in trauma. Emergency Medicine Update 2016 – North York General Hospital Conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. (Continuing Education).

Presented Abstracts

  1. 2017 Nov 1: Presenter. Workflow and latent safety threats evaluation using in situ simulation: applying novel technologies. Royal College Simulation Summit. Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  2. 2016 Nov 2: Principal Investigator. Trauma Resuscitation using in-situ Simulation Team  training: Bringing Life to Trauma M&M Rounds. Canadian Critical Care Forum. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): A. Petrosoniak,  White K, McGowan M, Campbell D, Rizoli S, Ahmed N, Hicks C.
  3. 2015 Jun: Cricothyroidotomy In-situ simulation curriculum (CRIC study): A novel training program for emergency medicine residents. Canadian Association of Emergency Medicine (CAEP) Conference. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, A Ryzyznski, G Lebovic, K Woolfrey. (podium presentation). (Continuing Education).
  4. 2015 Jun: Presenter. Cricothyroidotomy in-situ simulation curriculum (CRIC): a novel competency-based training program for emergency medicine residents. Canadian Association of Emergency Medicine (CAEP) Conference. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, A Ryzynski, K Woolfrey. (Poster presentation). (Continuing Education).
  5. 2015 Jun: Learner-designed, crowd-refined: developing innovative electives in social media, education and emergency medicine. Canadian Association of Emergency Medicine (CAEP) Conference. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Authors: Dharamsi, A, E Purdy, A Petrosoniak, B Thoma, N Lalani, TM Chan. (Poster presentation). (Continuing Education).
  6. 2012 Oct: Procedural experience among medical students on global health electives. Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH) Canadian Conference on International Health (CCIH), Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Ontario. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, A Maraj, K Moreau, L Varpio, A McCarthy. (Poster presentation). (Continuing Education).
  7. 2011 Sep: Rates of elastic compression stockings prescriptions following diagnosis of deep venous thrombosis. Canadian Society for Vascular Surgery Annual Meeting. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. Authors: Kayssi, A, A Petrosoniak, J Levenstadt, N Eisenberg, G Roche-Nagle. (podium presentation) (Received Sigvaris President’s Award).
  8. 2011 Jun: Achieving competence in procedural skills: A survey of Canadian emergency medicine residents and program directors. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians Annual Conference. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, K Woolfrey. (Poster presentation).
  9. 2010 May: The Ethical dilemmas trainees face during global health electives: exploring what happens off the beaten path. Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canadá (AFMC) Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Annual Meeting. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. Authors: Gajaria, A, A Petrosoniak, A McCarthy, L Varpio. (podium presentation).
  10. 2010 May: Exploring the conflicting objectives involved in global health experiences: Roads less travelled and unmarked. Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canadá (AFMC) Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Annual meeting. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. Authors: McCarthy, A, A Petrosoniak, L Varpio. (podium presentation).
  11. 2008 Oct: Medical tourism in health-care training. Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH) Canadian Conference on International Health (CCIH), Annual Meeting. Ottawa, Ontario. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, A McCarthy, L Varpio. (Poster presentation).
  12. 2008 May: Global Health Curriculum: Meeting needs at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada (AFMC) Canadian Conference on Medical Education. Annual Meeting. Montreal, Quebec. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, A McCarthy, L Varpio. (podium presentation).

Presented and Published Abstracts

  1. 2017 Jun: Presenter. A human factors-based framework analysis for patient safety: The trauma resuscitation using in situ simulation team training (TRUST) experience. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Quebec City, British Columbia, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak, Mark Fan, Patricia Trbovich, Kari White, Sonia Pinkney, Melissa McGowan, Alice Gray, Doug Campbell, Sandro Rizoli, Christopher Hicks.
    Publication Details: A human factors-based framework analysis for patient safety: The trauma resuscitation using in situ simulation team training (TRUST) experience.
  2. 2017 Jun: Collaborator. Code Silver: Lessons learned from the design and implementation of Active Shooter Simulation In-Situ Training (ASSIST). Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Presenter(s): Niran Argintaru, Andrew Petrosoniak, Christopher Hicks, Kari White, Melissa McGowan, Sara Gray.
    Publication Details:
    Code Silver: Lessons learned from the design and implementation of Active Shooter Simulation In-Situ Training (ASSIST).
  3. 2017 Jun: Collaborator. Code Silver: Lessons learned from the design and implementation of Active Shooter Simulation In-Situ Training (ASSIST). Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Presenter(s): Niran Argintaru, Andrew Petrosoniak, Christopher Hicks, Kari White, Melissa McGowan, Sara Gray.
    Publication Details:
    Code Silver: Lessons learned from the design and implementation of Active Shooter Simulation In-Situ Training (ASSIST).
  4. 2017 Jun: Senior Responsible Author. The development of a validated checklist for bougie–assisted cricothyroidotomy. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Presenter(s): Alia Dharamsi, Sara Gray, Christopher Hicks, Jonathan Sherbino, Andrew Petrosoniak.
    Publication Details:
    The development of a validated checklist for bougie–assisted cricothyroidotomy.
  5. 2016 Jun 8: Senior Responsible Author. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-situ Simulation Team Training (TRUST): using risk-informed simulation for team performance and human factors evaluation. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Presenter(s): Kari White.
    Publication Details:
    Alice Gray, Christopher Hicks, Kari White, Melissa McGowan, Roger Chow, Doug Campbell, Andrew Petrosoniak. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-situ Simulation Team Training (TRUST): using risk-informed simulation for team performance and human factors evaluation. CJEM. 2016 May;(Supplement S1).
  6. 2016 Jun 8: Senior Author. Comfortable with your thoracotomy skills? An innovative simulation-based curriculum to teach rare procedures in emergency medicine. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Presenter(s): Sara Gray.
    Publication Details:
    Sara Gray, Julian Owen, Andrew Petrosoniak. Comfortable with your thoracotomy skills? An innovative simulation-based curriculum to teach rare procedures in emergency medicine. CJEM. 2016 May;(Supplement S1). Senior Responsible Author.
  7. 2016 Jun 8: Co-author. Simulation in Canadian postgraduate emergency medicine training – a national survey. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Presenter(s): Evan Russell.
    Publication Details:
    Evan Russel, Carly Hagel, Andrew Petrosoniak, Daniel Howes, Damon Dagnone, Andrew Hall. Simulation in Canadian postgraduate emergency medicine training – a national survey. CJEM. 2016 May;(Supplement S1). Coauthor or Collaborator.
  8. 2016 Jun 7: Principal Investigator. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-situ Simulation Team Training (TRUST) study: A novel approach to safety threat identification in trauma care. Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Annual Meeting. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Presenter(s): Alice Gray.
    Publication Details:
    Andrew Petrosoniak, Alice Gray, Mark Fan, Kari White, Melissa McGowan, Sonia Pinkney, Doug Campbell, Sandro Rizoli, Patricia Trbovich, Christopher Hicks. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-situ Simulation Team Training (TRUST) study: A novel approach to safety threat identification in trauma care. CJEM. 2016 May;(Supplement S1).

3. Provincial / Regional

Invited Lectures and Presentations

  1. 2018 May 17: Invited Speaker. A rare event: new concepts for emergency cricothyroidotomy. Humber River Hospital, Department of Anesthesia. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  2. 2018 May 17: Facilitator. Bougie Cric Workshop. Humber River Hospital, Department of Anesthesia. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  3. 2018 May 17: Invited Speaker. Fake News? Using simulation to recreate real patient cases. Popular Science, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. presentation to high school students about a career in simulation science and research.
  4. 2018 Apr 20: Invited Speaker. Massive Hemorrhage Protocol: When is the right time? Ontario Regional Blood Coordinating Network. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  5. 2018 Apr 20: Facilitator. Transfusion Committee Forum. Ontario Regional Blood Coordinating Network (ORBCoN). Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  6. 2018 Feb 27: Invited Lecturer. Inspiring change: a modernized vision for simulation in healthcare. Centre for Simulation-based Learning, McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. Invited lecture to simulation educators at McMaster University.
  7. 2017 Dec 17: Invited Speaker. Bleeding out: a practical guide to massive transfusion. Halton Regional Hospital Emergency Department Update. Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. lecture to ED physicians and nurses on Massive Transfusion Protocols at Oakville Trafalgar Hospital annual ED update.
  8. 2017 Dec 4: Invited Speaker. In the trenches: Essential Management Strategies in Trauma Care. Brampton Civic Hospital. Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. CME talk to community ED physicians.
  9. 2017 Nov 4: Invited Speaker. Inspiring change: a modernized vision for simulation in healthcare. St. Joseph’s Hospital. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. St. Joseph’s Health Centre (SJHC) and the Department of Medical Education, Research & Scholarship (DMERS) hosted the 62nd Annual Clinical Day.
  10. 2017 Sep 15: Invited Speaker. Trauma Update. National Review Course. Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. Trauma update for PGY5 residents attending the annual National Review Course.
  11. 2017 May 31: Invited Speaker. Trauma Rounds. Credit Valley Hospital. Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  12. 2016 Sep 30: Invited Speaker. Trauma Update. National Review Course. Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak, Chris Evans. Trauma update for PGY5 residents attending the annual National Review Course.
  13. 2016 Sep 29: Invited Speaker. Trauma Resuscitation: Re-sequenced priorities. McMaster Emergency Medicine Regional Rounds. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  14. 2016 Sep 15: Invited Speaker. Trauma Update. National Review Course. Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. Trauma update for PGY5 residents attending the annual National Review Course.
  15. 2016 May 30: Invited Speaker. Building TRUST: Trauma Resuscitation Using in-Situ Simulation in Team training. Sim One. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak and Chris Hicks. (Continuing Education).
  16. 2016 Feb 6: Invited Speaker. EM Cases Course Simulation Session. EM Cases. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): A. Petrosoniak and S. Perelman. Invited speakers to demonstrate and conduct a simulation session at the EM Cases Course for 40 staff EM physicians.
  17. 2016 Feb 6: Facilitator. Geriatric Emergency Medicine workshop. EM Cases Course. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): D. Melady and A. Petrosoniak. Facilitator of a small group session with a focus on topics relevant to geriatrics emergency medicine.
  18. 2016 Jan 29: Invited Speaker. Cric Rounds – presentation and workshop for bougie cricothyroidotomy performance. Toronto East General Hospital emergency department. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): A. Petrosoniak, C. Hicks, JP Champagne. Invited speaker to present rounds and conduct a hands-on workshop for 25 staff emergency physicians on the performance of an emergency surgical airway.
  19. 2015 Oct 16: Keynote Speaker. Home Field Advantage: In-situ simulation in emergency medicine. 10:EM conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. Keynote speaker at provincial conference with a focus on simulation in emergency medicine. (Continuing Education).
  20. 2015 Oct 16: Facilitator. In-situ simulation. 10:EM conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak & Sev Perelman. In-situ simulation workshop for physicians and multidisciplinary teams. (Continuing Education).
  21. 2015 Aug 10: Session facilitator. Bougie Cricothyroidotomy Hands-on Workshop. Critical Care Procedures Day, Emergency Medicine Residency Program, McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Session facilitator.
  22. 2015 Jun: Invited Speaker. Beyond the sim lab and into the workplace: in-situ simulation in medical education. McMaster University Dept of Family Medicine Medical Education Research Group. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  23. 2015 Jan: Presenter. The softer side of procedural skills: maximizing success. Critical Care Procedures Day, Emergency Medicine Residency Program, McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  24. 2015 Jan: Session facilitator. Thoracotomy and Central Venous Catheter Hands-on Workshop. Critical Care Procedures Day, Emergency Medicine Residency Program, McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Session facilitator.
  25. 2014 Dec: Lead presenter. Tweets, Hashtags and Blogs: Using social media in simulation education. Sim-One Expo. Toronto, Canada. Dr. Glen Bandiera (collaborators). (Continuing Education).
  26. 2014 Dec: Lead presenter. Beyond the Sim Lab and into the Workplace: An in-situ simulation workshop for educators. Sim-One Expo. Toronto, Ontario. Dr. Chris Hicks, Kari White, Agnes Ryzynski, Melissa McGowan (collaborators). (Continuing Education).
  27. 2014 Nov: Tech talk for Emergency Physicians. Faculty Development Day, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Ottawa. Ottawa, Canada. Co-presenter with Dr. Stella Yiu.

Presented Abstracts

  1. 2015 Dec 14: Presenter. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-situ Simulation Team Training (TRUST) study: A novel approach to safety threat identification and high-performance team training. Sim One Expo. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Gray A, McGowan M, White K, Campbell D, Ahmed N, Rizoli S, Hicks C. (Trainee Presentation. Continuing Education).
  2. 2008 Apr: Presenter. Global Health Curriculum: Meeting needs at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. Academy of Innovation in Medical Education (AIME) 1st Annual Medical Education Day. Ottawa, Ontario. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, A McCarthy, L Varpio. (podium presentation).

4. Local

Invited Lectures and Presentations

  1. 2018 Jan 24: Invited Speaker. Inspiring change: a modernized vision for simulation in healthcare. University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine Simulation Symposium. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. Presentation to U of T simulation educators to showcase innovative uses of simulation.
  2. 2018 Jan: Invited Speaker. Emergency Medicine Residency Journal Club, Clinical Expert. Division of Emergency Medicine. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  3. 2017 Oct 23: Invited Speaker. Building TRUST and inspiring change: advances in simulation. Roderick Ross Research Day – Department of Laboratory Medicine. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  4. 2017 Apr 26: Invited Speaker. Trauma Resuscitation: Re-sequenced priorities. St. Michael’s Hospital – Trauma Rounds. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak.
  5. 2016 Oct 5: Invited Speaker. In-situ simulation: A novel approach to M&M rounds in trauma. St. Michael’s Hospital – Trauma Rounds. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Andrew Petrosoniak. St. Michael’s Hospital Trauma Program – invited speaker for monthly trauma rounds – attendees is multidisciplinary including staff surgeons, residents, RNs, RTs.

Presented Abstracts

  1. 2017 May 23: Presenter. TRUST study: A novel human factors application of video-based framework analysis for patient safety. Division of Emergency Medicine, Research Academic Day. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Petrosoniak, A. On behalf of TRUST study team.
  2. 2015 Nov 16: Presenter. Trauma Resuscitation Using in-situ Simulation Team Training (TRUST) study: A novel approach to safety threat identification and high-performance team training. St. Michael’s Hospital – Breakfast of Champions. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presenter(s): Petrosoniak A, Gray A, McGowan M1, Campbell D, Trbovich P, Pinkney S, Hicks C. (Trainee Presentation. Continuing Education).
  3. 2008 May: Presenter. Medical Tourism: the good, the bad and the ugly. Global Health Institute. University of Ottawa. Ottawa, Ontario. Authors: Petrosoniak, A, A McCarthy, L Varpio (podium presentation).
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