iEXCEL Digital Pulse
Improving Human Performance & Effectiveness in Health Care
June 2022
Volume 8 Issue 6
Emergency Room Rush
Residents from the Department of Emergency Medicine led by Dr. Jason Langenfeld practiced patient care in highly stressful environments. They managed multiple scenarios simultaneously, from pediatric to adults with a variety of conditions including asthma, ankle pain, intoxication, drowing, atrial fibrillation, sepsis, stroke and more!
iEXCEL Under the Microscope
Surgical residents from two departments took a close look at tissue while training with microscopes! Department of Plastic Surgery residents led by Dr. Sean Figy visited the DGC operating room for microvascular practice and Department of Otolaryngology residents led by Dr. Christie Barnes worked on temporal bone procedures. 
SIM-NE in the Field
This month, SIM-NE led an in-situ training for the Sarpy County Tactical Medical Team. SWAT Team scenarios included poly-trauma patient care, extraction from incident hot zones, cardiac arrest response, as well as heat exhaustion and stroke care!
Summer Fun at the DGC!
In June, iEXCEL welcomed students from around Nebraska and the nation! Community engagements included, Science Education Partnership Award, Summer Health Professions Education Program and the Ponca Youth Academy. At the DGC, students experienced how hands-on, interactive technology is used to educate and train health care professionals.
ICYMI: iEXCEL Visualization & Patient Care
The iEXCEL Visualization team partnered with the Departments of Psychiatry, Neurological Sciences, Neurosurgery and the McGoogan Health Sciences Library to help improve patient care and reduce patient anxiety during deep brain surgery.

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We look forward to working with you!

Sincere Regards,

Pam Boyers, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor, iEXCEL
4111 Emile Street
Omaha, NE 68105