LSUHSC School of Public Health
Cornelius (Neil) Rosenbaum is pursuing a Master of Science in biostatistics at LSUHSC. In 2014, He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Mississippi State University. After receiving his bachelor’s degree, he worked for The Dow Chemical Company for 5 years as an improvement engineer and then a reliability engineer. During his time as a reliability engineer, he discovered his passion for data and statistics. This led to his enrollment in the biostatistics program at LSUHSC in 2019 in order to receive formal training in statistics. Currently, he is interested in computational statistics, simulation studies, survey analysis, and statistical / machine learning.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Measuring the Long-term Impact of a High-fidelity Interprofessional Education Simulation Experience in Medical Students
There is a gap in the academic literature evaluating the long-term impacts of student outcomes post-engagement in high fidelity simulation interprofessional education (IPE) experiences. The authors sought to investigate student perceptions of interprofessional skills after engagement in a simulation experience during the 2018-19 academic year and post-engagement in similarly focused simulation experience one year later. The research question investigated was "do 3rd-year medical students retain their perceptions of interprofessional skills after a high-fidelity simulation post 1 year." …