Jennifer L Arnold, MD
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose

                                                                                                                                                          ABMF 12/16/15

CURRICULUM VITAE

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

 

_____________________________                                                                      ________________

Jennifer L. Arnold, MD, MSc, FAAP                                                                                    5-31-2017

 

 

DEMOGRAPHIC AND PERSONAL INFORMATION

 

Current Appointments

7/10/2017              Director Simulation Program, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL

 

Personal Data

              601 5th Street S

              St. Petersburg, FL 33701

              Tel: 727-767-8476

              Fax: 727-767-4399

              E-mail: Jennifer.arnold@jhmi.edu

 

Education and Training

Undergraduate

8/1992-5/1996              B.S., Biology and Psychology, Minor Chemistry, Marine Biology, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL

 

Doctoral/graduate

8/1996-5/2000              M.D., Doctor of Medicine: Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD

7/2006-7/2007              MSc- Medical Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Advisor: Roseanne Granieri, MD, Degree conferred on August 8, 2009

 

Postdoctoral

6/22/2000-9/15/2003              Pediatric Residency Postgraduate Training: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Director: Dena Hofkosh, MD

7/1/2004-6/30/2007              Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Training: Magee-Women’s Hospital, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Director: Gary Silverman, MD, PhD

7/1/2006-6/30/2007              Fellowship Training in Pediatric Neurointensive Care and Resuscitation, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

              Research: Safar Center for Resuscitation Research

NIH Postdoctoral Scholar

Director: Patrick Kochanek, MD                                   

NIH Training Grant # T32 HD40686

11/2008              Center for Advanced Pediatric & Perinatal Education, Simulation Instructor Course, 3 day intensive simulation instructor training Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital, Palo Alto, CA

9/2009                            The Institute for Medical Simulation, Comprehensive Course, 5 day intensive simulation instructor training Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

9/2010-1/2011              Advanced Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Program, Advanced training in the science of quality improvement and patient safety, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

9/2010                            Institute for Medical Simulation, Graduate Program in Medical Simulation, 3 day intensive graduate simulation instructor training program, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

 

Professional Experience

11/2003-6/2004                Attending Physician- Pediatric Hospitalist, Department of Pediatrics, Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

7/2007-10/2008 Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology, Stony Brook University Medical Center,

Stony Brook, NY

10/15/2005-5/5/2017              Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Perinatal-Neonatal Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

10/15/2008-5/5/2017               Medical Director of Simulation, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

1/2009-5/2017              Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Perinatal-Neonatal Medicine, courtesy appointment, Ben Taub Hospital, St. Luke’s Hospital, Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX

5/2009-Present              Co-star and Consulting Director of TLC’s The Little Couple, Docu-drama reality TV series, currently in 7th season, Discovery Communications and LMNO Productions

2009-Present              Co-founder and COO of Candu Enterprises

2014-2016              Non-branded Vaccine Awareness Spokesperson, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, New York, NY

2015-Present              National Ambassador, Speak Now for Kids, Children’s Hospital Association, Washington, DC

7/10/2017              Director Simulation Program, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:              

Please specify with [SI/QI] after the entry if the article can also be considered a system innovation/quality improvement publication

 

Original Research [OR] Please indicate your role in multi-authored articles, if not first or senior author

  1. Arnold J. The Neonatal Resuscitation Program comes of age. Journal of Pediatrics. 2011 Sep; 159(3):357-358. PMID: 21846521
  2. Arnold J. Humility in Medicine: Clin Dermatol. 2013 May-June; 31(3):332-5. PMID: 23608453
  3. Doughty C, Pearson N, Mondragon J, Arnold J, Ngo T, Shah M. Simulation-Based Pediatric Resuscitation Curriculum for Pre-hospital Providers. MedEdPORTAL Publications; 2014. Available from: https://www.mededportal.org/publication/9949 http://dx.doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.9949
  4. Lingappan K, Arnold J, Shaw TL, Fernandes CJ, Pammi M. Videolaryngoscopy versus direct laryngoscopy for tracheal intubation in neonates. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2015 Feb 18; 2:CD009975. PMID: 25691129
  5. Harris LL, Placencia FX, Arnold JL, Minard CG. A structured end-of-life curriculum for neonatal-perinatal postdoctoral fellows. Am J Hosp Palliat Care. 2015 May;32(3):253-61. doi: 10.1177/1049909114523825.
  6. Cates, L.A., Bishop, S. Verklan, M.T., Armentrout, D.A.., Arnold, J., Doughty, C. Initial development of C.A.T.E.S.: A simulation-based competency assessment instrument for neonatal nurse practitioners. Neonatal Network: The Journal of Neonatal Nursing. 2015; 34(6): 329-336. PMID: 26803014
  7. Belfort MA, Arnold J, Clark SL. Practice May Not Always Make Perfect. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2016 Jan; 123(1):119. PMID: 25846485
  8. Hunt EA, Duval-Arnould J, Chime NO, Auerbach M, Kessler D, Duff JP, Shilkofski N, Brett-Fleegler M, Nadkarni V, Cheng A. Collaborators: J Arnold, et al. Building a Consensus for the Future of Pediatric Simulation: a novel “KJ Reverse-Merline” Methodology. BMJ STEL 2016; 2:2 35-41.
  9. Arnold J, Diaz MC. Simulation Training for Families and Caregivers in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Semin Perinatol. 2016 Oct 31. pii: S0146-0005(16)30069-6. doi: 10.1053/j.semperi.2016.08.007. Review. PMID: 27810116
  10. Parmekar S, Arnold JL, Anselmo C, Pammi M, Hagan J, Fernandes C, Lingappan K. Mind the gap: Can videolaryngoscopy bridge the competency gap in neonatal endotracheal intubation among pediatric trainees? A randomized controlled study. J Perinatology. 2017 May 18. [epub ahead of print] PMID 28518132
  11. Patricia K, Lemke D, Arnold J. Rapid cycle deliberate practice: application to neonatal resuscitation. MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2017; 13:10534.  https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10534
  12. Arnold J, Cashin M, Olutoye O, Simulation-based Clinical Rehearsals As a Method for Improving Patient Safety. JAMA Surgery. Accepted for publication.

 

Review Articles [RA]

None

 

Case Reports [CR]

None

 

Book Chapters, Monographs [BC]

  1. Arnold J. “Skeletal Dysplasias, Orthopedics,” in Zitelli, B.J., McIntire, S. C., Nowalk, A.J.: Zitelli and Davis’ Atlas of Pediatric Physical Diagnosis: Elselvier, Saunders, Philadelphia, edition 6, 2012
  2. Arnold J. “Simulation- Emerging Technologies in Neonatal Care: Healthcare Simulation for Neonatal Care” in Kenner, C., Lott, J.W.: Comprehensive Neonatal Nursing Care: Springer Publishing Company, edition 5, 2012
  3. Jamal A, Wallin K, Arnold J. “Creating a Fee Structure” in J. Palaganas, J. Maxworthy, C. Epps, B. Mancini: Defining Excellence in Simulation Programs: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, edition 1, 2014
  4. Diaz MC, Arnold J, Robinson, T. “Simulation for Patient and Family Centered Care” in Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Pediatric Edition, Springer Publishing Company, edition 1
  5. Arnold J, Lemke D, Basterio P “Healthcare Simulation in Pediatrics” in Rudolph’s Pediatrics, 23rd Edition, McGrawHill Education. [accepted for publication]

 

Books, Textbooks [BK]

None

 

Other Publications: Suggested Additional Subcategory Titles:

Proceedings Reports [PR]

Guidelines/Protocols, Consensus Statement, Expert Opinion, Consortium Articles [GL]

 

Editorials [ED]

  1. Arnold J. Simulation for Pediatric Radiology, Guest Editorial. Journal of Radiology Nursing. 2017; 36(1):1-2.

 

Open Access Online Journal Publications

  1. Karen Patricia, Daniel Lemke, Jennifer L Arnold. A Cluster-Randomized, controlled trial of Rapid-Cycle Deliberate Practice Simulation versus Traditional Debriefing of Neonatal Resuscitation Program. Poster published online May 8, 2016. Cureus Open Access Journal: http://www.cureus.com/posters/1041-a-cluster-randomized-controlled-trial-of-rapid-cycle-deliberate-practice-simulation-versus-traditional-debriefing-of-neonatal-resuscitation-program

 

Methods and Techniques, “How I Do It” articles [MT]

 

Research Letters/White Papers/Brief Reports [RL]

  1. White Paper: Eliminate Latent Safety Threats in New Clinical Settings Using Simulation Technology, White Paper, Arnold J, Wallin K. DATE. Education Management Solutions, www.EMS-works.com

 

Published Curricula [PC], Learner Assessment Tools, Educational Evaluations, Assessment/Evaluation Instruments [PC]

Letters, Correspondence [LT]

 

Media Releases or Interviews [MR]

  1. The Doctors TV Show, Oct. 5, 2010, “Ask Dr. Arnold” with a discussion of Neonatal Medicine and Simulation in Healthcare topics
  2. Fox News, The Importance of Creating a B.U.M.P. (baby urgent medical plan) When Moms are Expecting
  3. Satellite Media Tour (Radio,TV), About Cord Blood Banking
  4. Satellite Radio Media Tour, Speak Now For Kids, November 2014
  5. Satellite Media Tour (Radio,TV), About Vaccinations, August 2015
  6. Satellite Media Tour (Radio, TV), Join the Vaccination, August 2016
  7. Jeopardy (TV), Texas Children's Hospital Simulation, January 2016
  8. Great Day Houston, ZIKA, July 2016

 

Webinars

  1. Simulation Training: Getting Started with Simulation How Saving Mannequins Can Save Newborn Lives, ASCEND and Laerdal Medical Educational Webinar, August 2010
  2. Utilizing Simulation to Test New Hospital Environments, Education Management Solutions Educational Webinar, November 2011
  3. Using Media to Support Your Simulation Program, International Pediatric Simulation Society, December 2016

 

Other Media [OM] (Videos, Websites, Blogs, Social Media, etc.)

  1. Medical: http://www.texaschildrensblog.org/author/jarnold/
  2. Personal: http://jenniferarnoldmd.com
  3. Media: TLC Network Blog, How it Works http://www.tlc.com/tv-shows/little-couple/jen-blog-tricks-and-tips.htm

 

 

FUNDING

Please add to appropriate category of extramural and intramural (below)

6/2006-6/2007              NIH Training Grant # T32 HD40686

Safar Center for Resuscitation Research Postdoctoral Scholar; Department of Critical Care Medicine

$56,000

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

PI, % effort

A prospective randomized controlled trial of the effect of a high fidelity simulation curriculum on pediatric resident competency in clinical management of the neonatal airway

10/2007-Present                            Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine

                            $27,500 KON

PI

High fidelity simulation to teach pediatric residents neonatal intubation skills

2009                            TITLE

Texas Children’s Hospital Insurance Company Grant

$150,000

PI, % effort

Funding to develop a Standardized Patient Program at the Simulation Center at Texas Children’s Hospital

2009                            TITLE

                            Texas Children’s Auxiliary Board

$100,000

PI, % effort

Funding to support purchase of high fidelity simulators for the Simulation Program at Texas Children’s Hospital

2010-2011              PediSTEPPs

                            Cullen Trust for Healthcare

$209,000

PI, % effort

Funding to 2year program to train Houston Fire Department Prehospital Care Providers in neonatal and pediatric life saving skills, teamwork and communication through a simulation-based training program developed at Texas Children’s Hospital, PediSTEPPs

2013                            TITLE

MD Anderson Foundation

$200,000

PI, % effort

Funding to support development of a comprehensive in-situ simulation program across Texas Children’s Hospital

2013                            TITLE

                            Texas Children’s Hospital Insurance Company Grant

$149,029.84

PI, % effort

Funding to support equipment and supplies for the Pavilion for Women simulation-based training program at Texas Children’s Hospital

7/2013-7/2014              TITLE

                            TCH Educational Scholars Grant

              $13,960

PI: Leslie Harris MD, Jennifer Arnold, MD, MSc

CoPIs: Nada Ghoniem MD, Vedanta Dhariya MD

Improving Family Centered Care By Using a Simulation-based Educational Intervention for Neonatal Intensive Care Fellows

6/2013-6/2014              The PEP-TALC Course: Parent Emergency Preparednessa in Tracheostomy Assisted Living and Care

BCM Health Care Delivery System Trainee Grant- Advancing Clinical Excellence Grant, Baylor College of Medicine

              $2,300

              PI: Shilpa Hundalani, MD (neonatal-perinatal fellow)/ Mentor: Jennifer Arnold, MD, MSc

Simulation To Improve Primary Caregiver Preparedness for Medically complex Infants at Discharge from the NICU

7/2016-2017              Train the Debriefer Program

                            TCH Educational Scholars Grant

                            $15,000

                            PI: Mona Khattab

CoPIs: Lindsy Broome, Jennifer Arnold

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXTRAMURAL Funding (Show as current, pending, previous under each subcategory and follow format above.)

Research Extramural Funding - Grants or contracts obtained to support a research initiative

Educational Extramural FundingGrants or contracts obtained to support an educational initiative, incl. training grants

Clinical Extramural Funding - Grants or contracts obtained to support a clinical initiative

System Innovation or Quality Improvement Extramural Funding - Grants or contracts obtained to support an initiative

Other Extramural Funding, including philanthropy

 

INTRAMURAL Funding (Show as current, pending, previous under each subcategory and follow format above.)

Research Intramural Funding

Educational Intramural Funding

Clinical Intramural Funding

System Innovation or Quality Improvement Intramural Funding

Other Intramural Funding

 

CLINICAL ACTIVITIES

Clinical Focus (Optional--provide up to 100 word narrative, bulleted accomplishments, or key words that express your clinical focus.  This would be particularly helpful for a clinician of distinction)

 

Certification

 

Medical, other state/government licensure

6/2003-12/2008                            Pennsylvania State Board of Medical Education & Licensure, MD-423206 (Expired)

7/2007                                          New York State Board of Medical Education & Licensure- No. 245127(Expired)

12/2008-Present                            Texas Medical Board Licensure- No. N1533

11/2006-Present                            Controlled Substance Registration Certificate, DEA Licensure

 

Boards, other specialty certification

10/2004              American Board of Pediatrics, No. 080101 (Expired)

3/2010-Present              Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, No. 04807

 

Clinical (Service) Responsibilities

Date                            Role/time commitment, specialty

10/2008-5/2017                 Medical Director of the Simulation Center at Texas Children’s Hospital, Time Commitment: Oversee development, implementation, and evaluation of all simulation-based educational curriculums for all departments in the hospital including pediatric emergency medicine, pediatric critical care, neonatal intensive care, OR team training, transport team, and pre-hospital care providers

Currently oversee, teach, and help develop ongoing simulation-based training programs at the Simulation Center at Texas Children’s Hospital

10/2008-5/2017                 Attending Physician, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Level III/IV, Texas Children’s Hospital:  0-2 months/year

7/2017-Present              Director, Simulation Center, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

 

Clinical Productivity (such as the annual number of patients evaluated or treated, procedures performed, tertiary referrals, wRVUs, etc.)

 

 

Clinical Draw from outside local/regional area (reflecting national/international reputation)

N/A                           

 

Membership in or examiner for specialty board

None

 

Clinical Program Building / Leadership

Date                            Role/percent effort; name of clinical program; impact of program outside of JHMI/region

 

Clinical Demonstration Activities to external audience, on or off campus

Date                            Clinical technique/procedure/program, observing party, venue

 

Development of nationally/internationally recognized clinical standard of care

Date

 

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES (in chronological order, earliest first by start date under each subcategory)

Educational Focus (Optional--provide up to 100 word narrative, bulleted accomplishments, or key words that express your educational focus)

 

Teaching              

Classroom instruction 

None

 

Clinical instruction

DATE                            Course Director- Simulation Instructor Training Course- A 2 day simulation instructor training curriculum for all faculty and staff at Texas Children’s Hospital involved in simulation education

DATE                            Course Director- Hi Fi NRP- A simulation-based, multidisciplinary team-training program for Neonatal Resuscitation Training

DATE                            Course Director- Integrated Fellowship Simulation Training Course- A one day simulation-based course focused on communication skills, delivery of bad news, teamwork, and resuscitation for all new pediatric medical fellow trainees

DATE                            Course Director- Neonatal Fellowship Summer Boot Camp- A 2 day simulation-based curriculum focused on neonatal and infant resuscitation, delivery of bad news, and procedural skills for incoming fellows at Texas Children’s Hospital

DATE                            Course Director: PEPTALC- A four course focusing on at home airway emergencies for parents and primary caregivers of infants and children with tracheostomies prior to discharge

 

CME instruction

JHMI/Regional

7/2008                            Grand Rounds: Medical Simulation: Time for a new paradigm for pediatric medical education. J Arnold. Stony Brook University Medical Center, Stony Brook, NY

2/2010                            13th Annual Texas Pediatric Emergency Medicine Conference: Simulation Based Mock Codes. J. Arnold, C. Doughty. Regional Association of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowships. Houston, Texas

6/2010                            Pediatric Surgery Grand Rounds: To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine, the Simulation Center at Texas Children’s Hospital. J Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

7/2010                            Pediatric Grand Rounds: To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine. J Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

11/2010              Greater Houston Society for Medical Services Specialists Annual Meeting: Physician Accommodations. J Arnold. Texas Association of Medical Services Specialists, Houston, TX

6/2011                            Pediatric Grand Rounds: Pediatric and Neonatal Resuscitation: Education, Implementation, and Teams. J. Arnold, C. Doughty. Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

9/2012                            To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine, The Kopelman Invited Lectureship, Pediatric Grand Rounds,

East Carolina University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Greenville, NC

10/2012              To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine: Using Simulation to Improve Patient Safety, Pediatric Grand Rounds at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

5/2015                            Pediatric Grand Rounds, Skeletal Dysplasias: The Long and Short of It. J Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

10/2015              Overcoming Obstacles, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Mercy Children’s Hospital, Kansas City, MO

 

National

None

 

International

7/2010                            Pediatric Grand Rounds: Arnold J. To Err is Human, To Simulate, Divine, Children’s Hospital of London, OT, New London, Canada.

             

Workshops /seminars

JHMI/Regional

3/2009                            TxANNP Annual Conference: Neo-Simulation: Interactive Simulation Workshop. J Arnold, D. Wilson, LA Cates. Texas Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners, Galveston, TX

12/2009              2009 Baylor Department of Pediatrics Retreat on Teaching and Education: Simulation. J. Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

3/2010                            TxANNP Annual Meeting: Neonatal Simulation I and II: interactive all day workshop. LA Cates, D Wilson, B Cross, J Arnold. Texas Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners, Galveston, TX             

7/2012                            Baylor College of Medicine Faculty Education Workshop: Healthcare Simulation Education and Debriefing Workshop. S Leong-Kee, J Reynolds, J Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

11/2012              Feigin Center Research Seminars: Healthcare Simulation: It’s More Than An Educational Tool: Current Research Strategies and Opportunities in Healthcare Simulation. J Arnold. Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

11/2012              Compassion and the Art of Medicine Series: On Being Humble in Medicine. J Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

3/2015                            Vermont Oxford Regional Meeting, Workshop: Debriefing Clinical Events. J Arnold, G Suresh. Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

9/2015                            Newborn Center Research Seminars: Research in Healthcare Simulation. J Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

 

National

5/2012                            2012 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting (PAS), Workshop: Crisis Resource Management: A Universal Guide for Pediatric Emergencies. J. Arnold, C. Doughty, G. Singhal, K. Roy. Boston, MA

5/2013                            Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting (PAS), WORKSHOP: Improving Quality, Safety, and Education at Your Institution Using Crisis Resource Management Tools. J. Arnold, C. Doughty, G. Singhal, K. Roy. Baltimore, MD

4/2017                            AAP 2017 Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies: Workshop on Using Simulation to Improve Crisis Resource Management in the NICU AND Keynote, Think Big- A Motto for Overcoming Obstacles, Scottsdale, AZ

4/2017                            2017 AAP Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies, HALF DAY SEMINAR:  How to Use Simulation to Improve Crisis Resource Management (CRM) in Your Unit. Arnold J. Scottsdale, AZ

5/2017                            Pediatric Academic Society, WORKSHOP: Team Work Makes Dream Work: Team Building Strategies (TBS) Through Simulation: an Innovative Simulation Based Educational Approach to Improve Inter-disciplinary Communication and team Building in Health Care. Dutta A, Marek R, Patricia K, Elegores G, Arnold J. San Francisco, CA

 

International

1/2003                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Workshop: Incorporating Crisis Resource Management Skills into Simulation Debriefing.  J. Arnold, C. Doughty, C. Anselmo, K. Roy. Orlando, Fl

1/2011                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Educational Workshop: An Exercise in Multidisciplinary Simulation Training for Hospital-Based Simulation Programs; a pediatric case study. J. Arnold, K. Wallin, M. Cashin, D. Feux, M. Lorin. New Orleans, LA

1/2012                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Immersive Simulation Workshop: Neonatal Resuscitation. K. Wallin, M. Cashin, C. Anselmo, B. Cross, D. Wilson, L.A. Cates, D. Feux, J. Arnold. San Diego, CA

1/2013                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Pre-conference COURSE: Look Before You Leap! Using Simulation to Prepare for a New Clinical Space or Process. D. Kessler, J. Arnold, M. Patterson, V. Nadkarni, J. Reid, K. Stone, G. Geiss. Orlando, Fl

4/2013                            5th Annual International Pediatric Simulation Symposium (IPSSW), Workshop: Look Before You Leap!

Using Simulation to Prepare for a New Clinical Process or Environment. D. Kessler, V. Nadkarni, A. Amorese, M. White, K. Stone, J. Reid, M. Auerbach, J. Arnold. New York, NY

1/2014                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2014, Workshop: Incorporating Crisis Resource Management Skills into Simulation Debriefing. J. Arnold, C. Doughty, C. Anselmo, K. Roy, K. Sembera. San Francisco, CA

1/2014                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2014, Workshop: Making In-Situ Simulation Work for Your Program. J. Arnold, C. Doughty, D. Feux, D. Lemke, K. Roy. San Francisco, CA

1/2014                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2014, Pre-conference COURSE: Look Before You Leap, Simulation For New Spaces.  D. Kessler, J. Arnold, K. Stone, M. Patterson, G. Geis, J. Manos, D. Norman, K. Middleton, E. Rosenbloom, L. Huang. San Francisco, CA

1/2014                            International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, Work in Progress/Innovative Idea Forum: Using simulation to improve primary caregiver preparedness for medically complex infants at discharge from the NICU (the PEPTALC course: parent emergency preparedness in tracheostomy assisted living and care). Hundalani S, Cashin M, Iniguez S, Arnold J.  San Francisco, CA

1/2014                            Pearson N, Shah M, Ngo T, Cashin M, Sirbaugh P, Arnold J, Doughty C. A Novel Simulation-based Pediatric Resuscitation Course for Pre-hospital Providers. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. San Francisco, CA

1/2014                            Arnold J, Doughty C, Cashin M, Lemke D, Roy K. Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Simulation-based Boot Camp for Fellows from Multiple Specialties- The Integrated Fellows Simulation Training Program. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. San Francisco, CA

4/2014                            Lemke D, Doughty C, Roy K, Arnold J, White ML.  Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice: Structure and Practical Application to Team-based Resuscitation Scenarios. Workshop presented at International Pediatric Symposia and Workshops. Vienna, Austria

5/2014                            6th International Pediatric Simulation Symposium 2014, Workshop (IPSSW): Debriefing Clinical Events. Lemke D; Doughty C; Roy K; Arnold J. Vienna, Austria             

1/2015                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, COURSE: Growing Your Simulation Program Despite the Odds. Arnold J; Bastero P; Doughty C; Lemke C; Roy K; Wallin K. New Orleans, LA

1/2015                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, COURSE: Moving Debriefing from Simulation to the Actual Clinical Environment.  Arnold J; Khattab M; Lawrence J; Lemke D; Doughty C; Acorda D; Roy K. New Orleans, LA

1/2015                            Doughty C, Arnold J, Welch-Horan T, Patricia K, Bastero P, White ML, Lemke D. Rapid-Cycle Deliberate Practice:  Structure and Practical Application to Team-based Resuscitation Scenarios. Workshop presented at International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. New Orleans, LA

1/2016                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, COURSE: Developing and Delivering Patient and Family Centered Care Using Simulation. Diaz MC; Robinson T; Bissett W; Catena H; Sobolewski H; Cashin M; Arnold J. San Diego, CA

1/2016                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, COURSE: Stress the Space – Simulation for New Process or Space Testing. White M; Patterson M; Stone K; Huang L; Geis G; Reid J; Arnold J; Kessler D; Auerbach M; Nadkarni V. San Diego, CA

1/2016                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, COURSE: Moving Debriefing from Simulation to the Actual Clinical Environment. Arnold J; Khattab M; Lawrence J; Lemke D; Doughty C; Acorda D; Roy K. San Diego, CA

5/2016                            8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: Hospital System Improvement. Arnold J; Nadkarni V; Stone K; Reid J, Patterson M; Huang L; Kessler D; White ML. Glasgow, Scotland

5/2016                            8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, WORKSHOP: Debriefing Clinical Events. Arnold J, Doughty, C, Lemke D, Roy K, Bastero, P, Sembera K, Lawrence J, Khattab M. Glasgow, Scotland

5/2016                            8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, WORKSHOP: Developing and Delivering Patient and Family Centered Care Using Simulation. Diaz M, Arnold J. Glasgow, Scotland

5/2016                            8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, WORKSHOP: Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice: Structure and Practical Application. Doughty C, Welch- Horan B, Patricia K, Arnold J, Rus M, White ML, Bastero P, Lemke D. Glasgow, Scotland

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PRE-CONFERENCE 4hr COURSE: Patient Centered Care Simulation. Diaz MC, Arnold J, Cashin M, Sobolewski H. San Francisco, CA

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PRE-CONFERENCE 4hr COURSE: Debriefing Clinical Events J Arnold; Khattab M; Lemke D; Doughty C; Acorda D; Roy K. Orlando, FL

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, WORKSHOP: Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice: Structure and Application. Welch-Horan T, Arnold J, Bagby LB, Bastero P, Doughty C, Khattab M, Lemke D, Patricia K, Peterson T, Rus M, White ML. Orlando, FL

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, PRECONFERENCE COURSE: Debriefing Clinical Events And Open Space Technology: Arnold J, Doughty C. Boston, MA

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops: WORKSHOP: Rapid cycle deliberate practice for interprofessional teams. C Doughty, Lemke D, Welch-Horan TB, Villarreal N, Pham N, Davis C, Patricia K, Rus M, Arnold J. Boston MA

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops: WORKSHOP: Debriefing as a tool for closing performance gaps.  Raemer, D, Eppich W, Arnold J, Rudolph J. Boston MA

 

 

 

 

Mentoring

Pre-doctoral Advisees /Mentees

None

 

Post-doctoral Advisees /Mentees

2011-2012              Research Mentee: Ricardo Guirola, MD at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, Texas

Using simulation-based education to improve pediatric resident skills in musculoskeletal examinations

Present position:

2012-2014               Research Mentee: Shilpa Hundalani, MD at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, Texas

Using Simulation to improve primary caregiver preparedness for medically complex infants at discharge from the NICU. (The PEP-TALC course: Parent emergency Preparedness in Tracheostomy assisted living and Care)

Present position:

2012-2014              Research Mentee: Nada Ghoenim, MD at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital,

Houston, Texas

Simulation Training for FA.CE (&) T.I.M.E.: Simulation; Training for Family Centered Care and to Improve Medical Education.

AWARD WINNER: Texas Pediatric Society E-Poster Contest First Place Winner in Evidence-Based Medicine/Quality Improvement, for “Improving Family-Centered Care Using Simulation-Based Communication Training for Neonatology Fellows,” 2014

                            Present position:

2014-2016              Research Mentee: Karen Patricia, MD at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital. 

Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice vs. Traditional Debriefing for Neonatal Resuscitation Simulation-based Education.

AWARD WINNER: Best Trainee Research Poster, 8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposium and Workshops, Glasgow, Scotland, May 2016

                            Present position:

2015-2017              Research Mentee: Steven Pruitt, MD, Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, 

                                    Houston, Texas.

Parental self-efficacy in management of tracheostomy emergency care pre and post simulation-based education

Present position:

 

Thesis committees

None

 

Educational Program Building / Leadership

Date                            Role/percent effort, name of educational program or curriculum, any explanatory notes

If you built any education simulation programs this is the best location to describe that work

 

Educational Demonstration Activities to external audiences

Date                            Educational technique or program, observing party, venue

 

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

 

Research Focus

  • Simulation in Healthcare 
  • Media and medicine
  • Use of Simulation to Improve Patient Safety, Teamwork, and Communication
  • Pediatric Resident Competency in Neonatal Airway Management and Emergency Skills
  • Neonatal Patient/Parent Simulation Training
  • Medical Education
  • Communication Skills Training
  • Debriefing in Simulation
  • Simulation training for Patients and Family Centered Care

 

Research Program Building / Leadership

None

 

Research Demonstration Activities

None

 

Inventions, Patents, Copyrights

None

 

Technology Transfer Activities

None

 

SYSTEM INNOVATION AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ACTIVITIES (in chronological order, earliest first by start date under each subcategory.  Indicate None or Not Applicable if no information is available for this section and delete the subcategories. Do not duplicate activities already shown above.)

 

System Innovation Focus (Optional--provide up to 100 word narrative, bulleted accomplishments, or key words that express your SI/QI focus)

 

System Innovation and Quality Improvement efforts within JHMI:

Date                            Role/percent effort; name of site intervention, venue (s), and results (e.g., clinical outcomes, process                                           measures, financial)

 

System Innovation and Quality Improvement efforts outside of JHMI:

Date                             Role/percent effort; name of site intervention, venue(s) and results (e.g., clinical outcomes, process                                           measures, financial)

System Innovation and Quality Improvement Program Building/Leadership:

Date                            Role/percent effort; name of Innovation and QI program

 

ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

Institutional Administrative Appointments

2010-2015              Continuing Medical Education Committee Member, Texas Children’s Hospital

2010-2017              Department of Pediatrics Education Council Member, Texas Children’s Hospital

2011-2017              CPR Committee Member, Texas Children’s Hospital

2011-2014              Newborn Medicine Guidelines- End of Life Chapter Committee, Texas Children’s Hospital

2011-2017              Executive Quality & Patient Safety Council Member, Texas Children’s Hospital

2012-2014              Pre and Post Arrest SOP Task Force, Texas Children’s Hospital

2014-2017              Quality and Safety Board, Texas Children’s Hospital 

2017-Present              Research and Education Building Simulation Center Planning Group, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

 

Editorial Activities 

 

Editorial Board appointments

None

 

Journal peer review activities 

2011                            Journal of Critical Care Medicine

2011                            Annals of Emergency Medicine

2016                            CUREUS, online medical journal

2017                            JAMA Pediatrics

 

Other peer review activities

2012                            University of Texas Patient Safety Grant Program

 

Advisory Committees, Review Groups/Study Sections

None

 

Professional Societies

1997-Present              Member, Little People of America

2000-Present              Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics

2006-Present              Member, Society for Simulation in Healthcare

2008-Present              Member, Academic Pediatric Association

2009-Present              Member, International Pediatric Simulation Society

2009-2013              Education Committee Member, National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI), Washington, DC

2010-Present              Member, International Network for Simulation in Pediatric Research and Education (INSPIRE)

2011-Present              Government Relations Subcommittee Member, Society for Simulation in Healthcare

2013-Present              Children’s Hospital Association, Advisory Task Force & National Ambassador, Speak Now For Kids

6/2016-Present              Executive Board of Directors Member, Center for Medical Simulation, Harvard Hospitals, Boston, MA

9/2016-Present              Board of Directors Member, OpHeart, Houston, TX

4/2017-Present              Executive Committee Member, INSPIRE (International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research, and Education)

 

Conference Organizer

None

 

Session Chair

2016                            Simulation in Healthcare Research Summit Panel Chair, Simulation for Patient-Centered Care, The International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Research Summit, Beyond our Boundaries, PANEL CHAIR (Panel 7): Patient-Centered Simulation. Arnold J, Miller J, Mckenzie R, Mancini B. San Francisco, CA

 

Consultantships

7/2010                            Ontario Children’s Hospital, London, OT- 3 day consultation for aid in development of a pediatric simulation program

5/2011                            Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Madison, WI- 1 day consultation for aid in development of a pediatric simulation program

 

RECOGNITION

 

Awards, Honors

6/2000                            Jeffrey S. Farkas, M.D. Memorial Pediatric Intern Teaching Award, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

6/2003                            Excellence in Neonatology Award, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

5/2008                            Ray E. Helfer Award for Innovation in Medical Education, Academic Pediatric Association, PAS Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii

2009                            Patient’s Choice Award, Vitals.com

2010                            Patient’s Choice Award, Vitals.com

2010                            Compassionate Doctor Award, Vitals.com

7/2010                            Woman of Distinction Award, The Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Houston, TX

2010                            March of Dimes Medical Honoree, Western Pennsylvania Chapter, Pittsburgh, PA

2011                            Patient’s Choice Award, Vitals.com

2011                            Compassionate Doctor Award, Vitals.com

5/2011                            Gracie Award- Outstanding Reality Show, The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation, Los Angela’s, CA

8/2011                            2011 Woman of Influence Award, National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Houston, TX

10/25/2011              Proclamation from the City of Houston Mayor Parker and City Council as “Dr. Jennifer Arnold Day”, Houston, TX

2012                            Patient’s Choice Award, Vitals.com

2012                            Compassionate Doctor Award, Vitals.com

1/2012                            EMS Excellence in Clinical Simulation Award, Pioneer in Simulation, International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA

2/2012                            Advocacy Angel Award, Miss Wheelchair Texas, Houston, TX

4/2012                            Dwarfism Advocacy Award with husband, CoDA: Coalition of Dwarf Advocacy; Presented during the Anderson Cooper Show, New York, NY

5/2012                            UTMB Medical School Invited Commencement Speaker, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX

11/2012              Children’s Home of Pittsburgh, Hometown Hero Awardee, Pittsburgh, PA

2013                            Patient’s Choice Award, Vitals.com

2013                            Compassionate Doctor Award, Vitals.com

8/27/2013              PediStepps Prehospital Simulation Course recognized by City of Houston Mayoral Proclamation August 27th 2013 “PediStepps Day”

2014                            Patient’s Choice Award, Vitals.com

2014                            Compassionate Doctor Award, Vitals.com

4/2014                            Shorty Award: #KeepGoodGoing Twitter Award, New York, NY

5/2014                            West Coast University School of Health Sciences Invited Commencement Speaker, West Coast University, Irvine, CA

9/2014                            National Angels in Adoption Award (with Bill Klein), Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, Washington DC   

2015                            Patient’s Choice Award, Vitals.com

2015                            Compassionate Doctor Award, Vitals.com

11/2016              Norton Fullbright & Jawarski Excellence in Education Teaching and Evaluation Award, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

 

Invited Talks (Do not duplicate entries already shown above.)

JHMI/Regional

5/2008                            Effect of a High Fidelity Simulation Curriculum on Pediatric Resident Competency in Neonatal Airway Management Skills; 6th Annual Safar Symposium on Resuscitation Research, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, PA

3/2009                            Academy of Distinguished Educators Meeting, Think Tank: Simulation Education in Medicine. J Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

6/2009                            Doughty C, Arnold J. “Curriculum Development using Simulation” for Baylor College of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Fellow’s College, Houston, TX

2/2010                            Kaleidoscope 2010 The Many Faces of Perinatal and Women’s Health Nursing Conference: Introduction to Simulation as an Educational Tool in the Perinatal Setting. Galveston, TX

3/2010                            Debriefing Skills: It’s not as easy as you think; Annual Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellow’s Conference, Houston, TX

1/2012                            Think Big: Overcoming Obstacles in Medicine, Special presentation to the ECU Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC

3/2012                            The International Colloquium at Texas Children’s Hospital:  Improving Pediatric Healthcare Through Simulation Education. J Arnold. Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

3/2012                            Simulation Expert Panel: To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine. J Arnold, J LeFlore, A Gonzalez, D Sansoucie. Texas Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners 8th Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX

10/2012              To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine: Simulation as a Tool for Interprofessional Education and Patient Safety, Keynote Speaker- QEP Fall Symposium on Interprofessional Teamwork, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

11/2012              19th Annual Children's Hospital Association of Texas Pediatric Nursing Conference, Keynote Presentation: To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine: Using Simulation to Improve Patient Safety. J Arnold. Children’s Hospital Association of Texas, Houston, TX

4/2013                            Healthcare Simulation As a Tool for Improving Quality and Patient Safety in the NICU, Keynote Speaker- Carolina Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners, Fayetteville, NC

2/2014                            New Frontiers in Pediatric Radiology Meeting, Keynote: Texas Children’s Simulation Center: Practice Makes Perfect. J Arnold. Texas Children’s Hospital’s Annual Pediatric Radiology Technicians, Houston, TX

4/2014                            Texas Children’s Hospital Annual Fellows’ Research Day, Keynote: The Power to Heal, The Courage to Be Humble. J Arnold. Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

9/2014                            Healthcare Simulation for Non-Healthcare Providers- Sim for Patient and Family Centered Care, Keynote Speaker- Cincinnati Children’s 2014 Regional Simulation Conference: Creating New Directions in Simulation, Cincinnati, OH

4/2016                            Baylor College of Medicine Second Look Event, Keynote: Think Big: A Motto for Overcoming Obstacles in Medicine. J Arnold. Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

 

National

7/2008                            Medical Simulation in Neonatal Training and Education, AAP section on perinatal-neonatal medicine:

Fetus and Newborn Regional Conference, Garden City, NY

3/2010                            Media: An Opportunity to Advocate for Simulation in Healthcare, Keynote Speaker- 8th Annual AIMS Conference, Washington, DC

5/2010                            To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine, Children’s Circle of Care Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA

10/2010              Improving Perinatal Safety with Simulation, Laerdal Simulation Users Network National Meeting, Indianapolis, IN

12/2010, 3/2011  The Art and Science of Debriefing, Laerdal Simulation Users Network National Meeting, San Diego,

CA

5/2011                            Simulation-Based Team Training: An Exercise in Pediatric/Neonatal Transport Simulation (All day interactive workshop in transport simulation), 9th
Annual Neonatal and Pediatric Transport Conference,

Austin, TX

3/2012                            To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine, Keynote Speaker for Healthstream Annual Conference, Nashville, TN

4/2013                            Children’s Hospital Association Quality and Safety Leaders Forum, Keynote: Culture of Safety and Culture of Accountability: To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine. J Arnold. Children’s Hospital Association, Houston, TX

10/2015              Healthcare Simulation for the Real World, Keynote Speaker- Contemporary Forums Fetus and Newborn Conference: San Diego, CA

9/2016                            Think Big: My Motto for Overcoming Obstacles, Keynote Speaker- Contemporary Forums North American Congress for Clinical Toxicology, Boston, MA

9/2016                            Simulation-based Education for Neonatal Resuscitation, Plenary Presentation- Scott and White Annual Neonatal Conference, Temple, TX

4/2017                            2017 AAP Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies, KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Think Big: A Model for Overcoming Obstacles. Arnold J. Scottsdale, AZ

 

International

1/2010                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, Roundtable: Building and Sustaining a multidisciplinary, hospital-based simulation center.  F. Kingston, K. Wallin, J. Arnold. Phoenix, AZ

7/2010                            Special Lecture: Arnold, J. The Future of Simulation in Pediatric Education. Children’s Hospital of London, OT, New London, Canada.

6/2012                            Time to Lasso In The Cowboys in Healthcare: Simulation for a New World of Healthcare, 11th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Center Conference, San Antonio, TX

7/2012                            Invited Lecture: Arnold J. The Texas Children’s Hospital Experience in Healthcare Simulation. XII Congreso Internacional Temas Selectos de Neonatología, Mexico City, Mexico

4/2013                            5th Annual International Pediatric Simulation Symposium (IPSSW), Roundtable: When Obstetrics Joins Pediatrics: In situ Simulation to Discover Latent Safety Threats in Pediatric Hospital Emergency Response Systems. J. Arnold, S. Leong-Kee, J. Arafeh, S. Baird, V. Bandi, M. Cashin, C. Doughty. New York, NY

4/2013                            5th Annual International Pediatric Simulation Symposium (IPSSW), Roundtable: Planning, Implementation and Evaluation of PediSTEPPS: A Simulation-based Pediatric Resuscitation Course for Prehospital Providers.  C. Doughty, N. Pearson, M. Cashin, B. Harris, K. Wallin, M. Shah, J. Arnold. New York, NY

4/2013                            5th Annual International Pediatric Simulation Symposium (IPSSW), Roundtable: Strategies for Using In-Situ Simulation in Your Clinical Environment. C. Doughty, D. Lemke, K. Roy, P. Bastero, J. Arnold. New York, NY

4/2013                            5th Annual International Pediatric Simulation Symposium (IPSSW), Roundtable: Crisis Resource Management: A tool to aid in the difficult debriefing.  J. Arnold, J. Lawrence, K. Sembera, K. Roy. New York, NY

4/2013                            5th Annual International Pediatric Simulation Symposium (IPSSW), Roundtable: Efficacy of a Novel Simulation-based Pediatric Resuscitation Course for Prehospital Providers. C. Doughty, J. Arnold, M. Shah. New York, NY

1/2014                            To Err is Human, To Simulate Divine, Keynote Speaker- The International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare Annual Meeting (IMSH), San Francisco, CA

1/2014                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2014, Expert Panel: Building Fee Structures for Hospital-Based Programs: Ingredients for YOUR Successful RecipeK. Wallin, J. Arnold, A. Hanif, D. Battista, T. LeMaster, G. Johnson. San Francisco, CA

1/2015                            Wallin K, Arnold J, Cashin M, Harris B, Shah M, Doughty C.  The PediStepps Journey: From Creation to Celebration. Expert Panel presented at International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare. New Orleans, LA

1/2016                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PRO/CON DEBATE: Death of the Simulator?  Benefits and Consequences. Goldberg A; Arnold J; DeMaria S; Lemke D; Levine A; Raemer D. San Diego, CA

5/2016                            Plenary Talk: Arnold, J. Using Media to Grow Your Simulation Program. 8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, Glasgow, Scotland

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, EXPERT PANEL PRESENTATION: Pre-Construction Design of Patient Care Spaces Using Simulation: A Tri-Coastal Panel Discussion. Arnold J, Allan C, Cortes C, Pearsall J, Reid J, Stone K, Wallin K. Orlando, Fl

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PANEL PRESENTATION: Learner Deception: What’s More Important Protection or Realism? Levine A, Arnold J, DeMaria S, Lemke D, Raemer D. Orlando, Fl

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PANEL PRESENTATION: Simulator Death: Controversial Learning Tool Benefits and Consequences. Levine A, Arnold J, DeMaria S, Lemke D, Raemer D, Zerillo J. Orlando, FL

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, ROUNDTABLE PRESENTATION, Opening the doors: utilization of simulation for system-based design tests in opening new facility. Patricia K, Marek R, Dutta A, Elegores G, Arnold J. Boston, MA

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops: ROUNDTABLE PRESENTATION: Simulation for new construction and system testing. Kessler D, Auerbach M, Nadkarni V, Stone K, Arnold J, Amorese A, Patterson M. Boston MA

 

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Posters

1/2008                            8th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, POSTER: High Fidelity Simulation as a Method to Teach Pediatric Residents Neonatal Airway Management Skills. J. Arnold. San Diego, CA

9/2013                            Baylor College of Medicine Annual Educational Showcase, POSTER: Development Implementation, and Evaluation of a Simulation-based Boot Camp for Fellows from Multiple Specialties- The Integrated Fellows Simulation Training ProgramJ. Arnold, D. Lemke, K. Roy, D. Castro, C. Doughty. Houston, TX

2/2014                            Southern Regional Meeting, Poster Presentation: Hospital Readmissions following tracheostomies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: A recent Experience from one Academic center. Hundalani S, Arnold J. New Orleans, LA

5/2014                            2014 Pediatric Academic Societies and Asian Society for Pediatric Research Joint Meeting (PAS), POSTER: Hospital Readmissions Following Tracheostomies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): A Recent Experience from One Academic Center. Hundalani S, Arnold J. Vancouver, BC, Canada

5/2014                            2014 Pediatric Academic Societies and Asian Society for Pediatric Research Joint Meeting (PAS), POSTER PRESENTATION: Improving Family-Centered Care Using Simulation-Based Communication Training for Neonatology Fellows. Ghoneim N, Dhariya V, Harris L, Arnold J. Vancouver, BC Canada

5/2014                            Pearson N, Shah M, Ngo T, Cashin M, Sirbaugh P, Arnold J, Doughty C. A Novel Simulation-based Pediatric Resuscitation Course for Pre-hospital Providers. POSTER presented at Academy of Master Teachers Educational Symposium 2014.  Galveston Texas

11/2014              2014 AAMC Medical Education Meeting, POSTER PRESENTATION: Improving Family-Centered Care Using Simulation-Based Communication Training for Neonatology Fellows. Ghoneim N, Dhariya V, Harris L, Arnold J; Chicago, IL

1/2016                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, POSTER PRESENTATION: A Cluster-Randomized, controlled trial of Rapid-Cycle Deliberate Practice Simulation versus Traditional Debriefing of Neonatal Resuscitation Program. Patricia K; Arnold J; Lemke D. San Diego, CA

5/2016                            Annual Pediatric Academic Society Meeting (PAS) POSTER: Use Of A Defined Role/Responsibility Chart And A Color-Coded Floor Code Map As An Innovative Tool To Improve Role Clarity During In Situ Simulations. Khattab M, Sundgren N, Cates LA, Kainer K, McMullen L, Hagan J, Arnold J. Baltimore, MD

5/2016                            Annual Pediatric Academic Society Meeting (PAS), RESEARCH POSTER: Pediatric Hospital Preparedness for Serious Emerging Infections. Arrington A, Kaziny B, Campbell J, Whaley E, Christopher D, Arnold J, Schutze G. Baltimore, MD

5/2016                            Baylor College of Medicine Patient Safety Conference, POSTER: Use of A Defined Role/Responsibility Chart And A Color-Coded Floor Code Map As An Innovative Tool To Improve Role Clarity During In Situ Simulations. Khattab M, Sundgren N, Cates LA, Kainer K, McMullen L, Hagan J, Arnold J. Houston, TX

5/2016                            8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, POSTER PRESENTATION: Use Of A Defined Role/Responsibility Chart And A Color-Coded Floor Code Map As An Innovative Tool To Improve Role Clarity During In Situ Simulations. Khattab M, Sundgren N, Cates LA, Kainer K, McMullen L, Hagan J, Arnold J. Glasgow, Scotland

5/2016                            8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, RESEARCH POSTER: A Cluster-RCT of Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice Simulation versus Traditional Debriefing of NRP.  Patricia K, Lemke D, Arnold J. Glasgow, Scotland

AWARD WINNER: Best Trainee Research Poster

5/2016                            8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, RESEARCH POSTER: Pediatric Hospital Preparedness for Serious Emerging Infections. Arrington A, Kaziny B, Campbell J, Whaley E, Christopher D, Arnold J, Schutze G. Glasgow, Scotland

                                          AWARD WINNER: Best Faculty Research Poster

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, POSTER: Use of A Defined Role/Responsibility Chart and A Color-Coded Floor Code Map As An Innovative Tool To Improve Role Clarity During In-Situ Simulations. Khattab M, Sundgren N, Kainer K, McMullan L, Hagan J, Arnold J. Orlando, FL

5/2017                            Pediatric Academic Society, POSTER: Real-Time Neonatal Resuscitation Event (NRE) Documentation Using a Tablet App. Fortunov R, Salemi JL, Parmekar S, Smith S, Arnold J, Kaiser J. San Francisco, CA

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, POSTER PRESENTATION, Creating Gold Standard Videos to Teach NRP Skills Stations. Sundgren N, Khattab M, Arnold J, McMullen L, Washington C, Cates LA. Boston, MA

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops: POSTER PRESENTATION: Debriefing clinical events in the nicu- train the debriefer program. Khattab M, Nicklaus L, Arnold J. Boston MA

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, POSTER PRESENTATION, A Parental Self-Efficacy Tool In Tracheostomy Care: The Development And Validation Of An Instrument: Pruitt S, Arnold J, Thammasitboon S, Noll L, Roy K. Boston, MA

 

Oral/Podium Presentations [abstracts that were both presented orally and published]

2007                            NEGEA 2007 Annual Educational Retreat, Short communication: High Fidelity Simulation as a Method to Teach Pediatric Residents Neonatal Airway Management Skills. J. Arnold, Stony Brook, NY

6/2007                            Magee-Women’s Research Institute Fellow Research Day, Short Communication: High Fidelity Simulation as a Method to Teach Pediatric Residents Neonatal Airway Management Skills. J. Arnold

Pittsburgh, PA

11/2007              29th Greater NY Conference on Perinatal Research, Sponsored by Mead Johnson Nutritionals, Short Communication: High Fidelity Simulation As A Method To Teach Pediatric Residents Neonatal Airway Management Skills. J. Arnold. Westchester, NY

2/2008                            First International Pediatric Simulation Symposium Research Abstract Presentation: Effect of a High Fidelity Simulation Curriculum on Pediatric Resident Competency in Neonatal Airway Management Skills. J. Arnold. Stockholm, Sweden

3/2008                            2008 Eastern Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting (ESPR), Platform Presentation: Effect of a High Fidelity Simulation Curriculum on Pediatric Resident Competency in Neonatal Airway Management Skills. J. Arnold. Philadelphia, PA

5/2008                            2008 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting (PAS) PLATFORM Presentation: Effect of a High Fidelity Simulation Curriculum on Pediatric Resident Competency in Neonatal Airway Management Skills. J. Arnold, M. Fiedor Hamilton, J. Kloesz, R. Clark, S. Kanter, B. Lowmaster, S. Wisneiski, D. Hofkosh, P. Kochanek.  Honolulu, Hawaii

10/2009              NACHRI Annual Conference 2010, Abstract Presentation: Making Virtual Reality Your Reality: Pediatric Simulation Centers. J. Arnold, M. Fiedor Hamilton, D. Olsen. Orlando, FL

10/2009              Houston area Neonatal-Perinatal Nursing Symposium Podium Presentation: Simulation Education in Neonatology. J Arnold, R Ivey. Texas Association of Neonatal-Perinatal Nursing, Houston, TX

1/2012                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2012, PODIUM Presentation, Project Test West: Using In-situ Simulation to Test a New Pediatric Hospital. K. Wallin, J. Arnold. San Diego, CA

1/2012                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2012, PODIUM Presentation, Using Media to Support Your Simulation Program. J. Arnold. San Diego, CA

1/2012                            Multidisciplinary Simulation to Teach Trauma Procedures to Pediatric Nurses and Physicians.  Doughty C, Fielder M, Arnold J, Jenkins C, Caviness C, Kim E, Lemke D. International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego CA

1/2013                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PODIUM Presentation, Using Media to Support Your Simulation Program. J. Arnold. Orlando, Fl

1/2013                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PODIUM Presentation: Delivering the Pavilion: Simulation to Test a New Hospital for Women and Newborns. S. Leong-Kee, K. Wallin, J. Arnold. Orlando, Fl

10/2013              Pearson N, Shah M, Ngo T, Cashin M, Sirbaugh P, Arnold J, Doughty C. A Novel Simulation-based Pediatric Resuscitation Course for Pre-hospital Providers.  American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition, Section of Emergency Medicine.  Orlando FL

1/2016                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PODIUM PRESENTATION: Using Simulation to Promote High Reliability Organizations in Healthcare: DISCOVER a New Framework for Systems Integration: Wallin W; Arnold J. San Diego, CA

7/2016                            AAP District VIII Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Annual Conference, Clinical Research Platform Presentation: Videolaryngoscopy versus Direct Laryngoscopy for Neonatal Endotracheal Intubation by Pediatric Trainees: A Simulation Study. Parmekar S, Arnold J, Tyner C, Pammi M, Lingappan K. Honolulu, HI

10/2016              National AAP Conference and Exhibition, Platform Presentation: Videolaryngoscopy versus Direct Laryngoscopy for Neonatal Endotracheal Intubation by Pediatric Trainees: A Simulation Study. Parmekar S, Arnold J, Tyner C, Pammi M, Lingappan K. San Francisco, CA

1/2017                            International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, PODIUM PRESENTATION: Promote High Reliability Organizations (HRO) in Healthcare: New Framework for Systems Integration. Arnold J, Wallin K. Orlando, Fl

6/2017                            9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops, ORAL PRESENTATION: Developing and delivering patient and family centered care using simulation. Diaz MC, Arnold J. Boston, MA

 

Community Services

Humanitarian Activities

Philanthropic Activities

 

Other:

 

Television Appearances (more available upon request)

 

2/2002                            The Montel Williams Show: “The Lives of Little People”

11/2007              Good Morning America: “Little People Can Still Dream Big”

3/9/2010              The Oprah Winfrey Show: “The New Stars of Reality TV”

7/6/2009              The Today Show: Segment entitled “Big Life for The Little Couple”

2/2010                            Dr. Oz:Segment on Skeletal Dysplasias

6/7/2010              TV Guide: Segment entitled “TLC’s Little Couple Opts for a Surrogate Pregnancy”

6/2010                            The Wendy Williams Show

8/2010 & 2011 & 2015              KHOU- Houston, Great Day Houston,

11/18/2010              KTRK-Houston, Evening News, Feature story by Medical Reporter Christi Myers’ “A Day in the Life of Dr. Arnold”

11/2011              Extreme Home Makeover, NY

2011                            CNN.com- Interview, “On the Red Chair”

3/2012                            Anderson Cooper Show: Catching Up With Bill & Jen

3/2014, 12/2014              Access Hollywood

3/2014                            Dr. Oz: Segment on Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia

12/2014              Dr. Oz: Segment on Spinal Stenosis

12/2014              GMA

5/2015                            Kelly and Michael

4/2016                            Dr. Oz: Segment on Think Big

Huffington Post Live, multiple appearances

 

Media Related Awards

Alliance for Women in Media's 2011 Gracie Allen awards, 5/25/2011, Outstanding Reality Show

TLC/LMNO Productions

CINE Golden Eagle Award, 2009, Little People: Just Married

 

Newspaper and Magazines (Additional titles available by request)

  1. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 8/7/2001: “Meet Dr. Arnold”
  2. The University of Miami Magazine, Fall 2010; 17(2): “Little’ Doctor’s Big Talent Charms America”
  3. The Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine
  4. University of Miami Alumni Magazine
  5. People Magazine, multiple articles

 

Non-medical Books and Publications:

  1. Arnold J, Klein B (2015).  Life is Short, No Pun Intended. NY Times Bestseller.  New York, NY: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 9781476794709.
  2. Arnold J, Klein B (2016). Think Big: Overcoming Obstacles with Optimism. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.

 

Non-academic Speaking Engagements/Presentations (Additional titles available by request)

4/2009                            Keynote Speaker: Texas Children’s Hospital’s Administrative Professionals Annual Meeting, Title- Think Big, Houston, TX

6/2009                            JOIN Conference, Title- Think Big, Ontario, CA,

2009                            Bridge Over Troubled Water, Title- Think Big, Houston, TX

8/2009                            Master of Ceremony: Texas Children’s Hospital’s Newborn Center, Annual Bad Pants Fashion Show and Fundraiser, Houston, TX

2/2010                            Keynote Speaker: Southeastern Association of Housing Officers Annual Conference, Title- Think Big, My Motto for Life, Love, and Happiness, Williamsburg, VA

11/17/2010              Keynote Speaker: The Texas Conference for Women, Title- Think Big,  Houston, TX

2/24/2011              Opening Keynote Speaker: Texas Nursing Students Association Annual Conference, Title- Think Big, My Motto for Overcoming Obstacles, Galveston, TX

5/2011                            Keynote Speaker: Salute to Volunteers Award Luncheon- Title:Think Big, Texas Medical Center Volunteer Service Advisory Council, Houston, TX

8/2009                            Keynote Speaker: Transitional Program for Shriner’s Hospital for Children Graduates- Title: My Motto for Overcoming Obstacles, Westin Hotel, Galleria, Houston, TX

1/2012                            East Carolina University Diversity Week Keynote Speaker- Think Big, Greenville, NC

3/2012                            Keynote Speaker: Think Big.  Knowledge, Access, Power Program to Promote Women’s Physical and Financial Health, KBR, Houston, TX

3/2012                            Keynote Speaker: Women’s Health Event, South Bend Indiana, Think Big

4/2012                            Texas Mother of Multiples Keynote Speaker, Overcoming Obstacles and Infertility

5/2012                            ADRP Transfusion Medicine Conference- Keynote Speaker, Title- Think Big, St. Louis, MO

11/2012              Girl Power Annual Conference, The Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health, Keynote Presentation, Title: Unleashing the Think Big Attitude in You, Amarillo, TX

5/2014                            Keynote Speaker, National Association of Neonatal Nurses, Contemporary Forums, Title: THINK BIG

5/2014                            Keynote Speaker, Annual Conference for Pediatric Nursing Care of the Hospitalized Child, Contemporary Forums, Title: The Power to Heal, the Courage to Be Humble

More available upon request