Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare Updates

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A few updates from our friends at ASPiH!

The 2016 ASPiH UK November Bristol Conference Agenda Brochure has been posted, with keynote announcement by Dr. John Vozenilek MD, FACEP. Chief Medical Officer Jump Simulation and Education Centre University of Illinois. This is a multidisciplinary conference focusing on the latest research, technologies and applications of simulated practice 15th-17th November 2016 at the Mercure Grand Hotel in Bristol.

ASPiH and the Chartered Institute for Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF) are pleased to announce a series of co-designed one day workshops to help illustrate and enhance the integration of Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) methodologies within health care education and delivery.


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Thursday 29th September 2016 – Glasgow Crowne Plaza
Tuesday 15th November 2016 – Bristol Mercure Grande

Each event will feature presentation of different case studies to enable participants to consider the techniques used in more depth and gain an appreciation of the application of HFE across a range of health care contexts and purposes. We are in discussion with CIEHF regarding options for publishing a report or summary paper that will feature selected case studies for wider circulation to policy makers, regulators, commissioners, and professional bodies in healthcare.

Finally, membership to the ASPiH website has been upgraded with the following opportunities:

  • Discounted registration fee at the annual ASPiH Conference
  • Discount with selected affiliate organisations
  • Subsidised fees at selected UK regional events
  • Reduced rates for ASPiH delivered or supported training courses
  • Reduced subscription rate for the BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning Journal
  • Opportunity to be involved with ASPiH Special Interest Groups (SIGS) relevant to expertise/speciality
  • Eligible for being invited to Chair positions in SIGS and for membership of the Executive committee
  • Opportunity to promote job vacancies free of charge on the ASPiH website
  • Communications Receive direct email notices and quarterly e-Newsletter from ASPiH
  • Receive the ASPiH Annual Report summarising the Associations’ member-driven activities and key initiatives
  • Connect with other members and experts via our community

Visit ASPiH’s website for more great resources from UK’s leading Simulation Organization!


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2nd Annual SimGHOSTS-ASPiH UK Opens at GAPS Simulation in London

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Today more than 85 simulation champions and vendor representatives from around the world came together at the GAPS Simulation Center at St. George’s University in London, UK for the 2nd annual SimGHOSTS-ASPiH event. Gold Sponsor CAE Healthcare introduced the keynote speaker Lance Baily, Founder of SimGHOSTS, who spoke on the past, present and future of healthcare simulation. ASPiH Executive Director Andy Anderson was also in attendance.

About the SimGHOSTS ASPiH 2016 UK Keynote Address by Lance Baily

Lance Baily is an innovator and thought leader in the world of healthcare simulation. Using his background in digital media production and EMS fire fighting, as well as his work as a Simulation Technology Specialist, Lance founded several of the world’s leading websites, organizations, and events in the field of healthcare simulation. Lance also served as the inaugural Director of the Nevada System of Higher Education’s massive multi-institutional Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas. Desiring to make a global impact, Lance founded what has become the world’s most-read medical simulation resource website: HealthySimulation.com.

Never satisfied with the status quo, Lance went on to create SimGHOSTS.org, a non-profit organization that supports professionals in the healthcare simulation industry through hands-on training events, online resources, and professional development. Because of overwhelming global demand, SimGHOSTS now operates four annual events, including ones in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and the United Arab Emirates. SimGHOSTS has also forged successful affiliations with simulation organizations all over the world, including SSH, ASPE, ASPiH, Simulation Australia, HIMSS, INACSL, and IPSS.

In a drive to create excellence, SimGHOSTS has recently partnered with INACSL to develop a new professional competency standard for the position of Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist. Lance continues to be a change-maker and innovator in the field of healthcare simulation. All of his projects and efforts are based on a core belief: that emerging technology can create community and empower people to solve bigger problems faster.

In his best selling book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell examines the factors that contribute to high levels of success. Gladwell considers why the majority of Canadian ice hockey players are born in the first few months of the year, how Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates achieved his extreme wealth, and why the Beatles became one of the most successful musical acts in human history. Throughout his book, Gladwell theorizes how historical and cultural circumstances can pave the way for such phenomenal success. Lance asked “What can the healthcare simulation industry learn from a similar of exploration of its own past, present, and future?”

Simulation Evangelist Lance Baily has applied Gladwell’s theories to our industry and will explain why his projects, including HealthySimulation.com and SimGHOSTS.org, have made such huge global impacts in just five short years. By understanding the core truths behind the success of these projects, participants took away valuable arguments they can use to advocate for the expanded use of simulation in their own home institutions.

Finally, Lance explored how the historical and cultural forces that are now in motion will transform healthcare simulation as we know it from a small community of early-adopters to a universal standard embraced by all.

About Gold Sponsor CAE Healthcare:

CAE Healthcare is a medical simulation company with a mission to improve healthcare education and patient safety. We design and build products for patient simulation, surgical simulation, ultrasound simulation and clinical simulation management. Our global adjunct faculty and clinicians develop medical simulation scenarios for medicine, nursing, health sciences, hospital systems and the military. Our commitment to quality, lean manufacturing and world-class customer service is unmatched, allowing us to deliver innovative healthcare simulation training products and solutions to our customers in more than 60 countries around the world. From full motion flight simulators to simple part-task trainers CAE are passionate about technology and innovation. It is amongst the Gathering of Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists we feel free to discuss, demonstrate and educate on our new and existing platforms but also to fuel our inspiration to meet the needs of all those working in the field of healthcare simulation. Learn more at CAEHealthcare.com.

Learn more by following the twitter hashtag #SG16UK &
Visiting SimGHOSTS.org today!

7th Annual ASPiH UK Simulation Conference Opens Registration!

Registration is now open for the 2016 Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) UK meeting! This is the 7th annual event from the innovative leaders of healthcare simulation support in the United Kingdom.

Key Event Info:
Mercure Grand Hotel
Bristol, UK
Nov. 15th-17th 2016

Speakers confirmed include Professors:

  • Charles Vincent Patient Safety Lead Oxford
  • Wendy Reid Medical Director HEE
  • Brendan McCormack Head of Division of Nursing Aberdeen.
  • Ed Piele Professor Emeritus in Medical Education University of Warwick

Opening Keynote Address

Dr. John Vozenilek  MD, FACEP, Chief Medical Officer Jump trading Simulation and Education Centre University of Illinois will be providing the Opening Keynote address.

Prior to his appointment as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Simulation for the Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center, “Dr. Voz” was the Director of Simulation Technology and Immersive Learning program for the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University where he provided central coordination and oversight for the undergraduate, graduate, interdisciplinary, and continuing medical education programs.

Under his direction, the medical school created additional organizational capabilities and infrastructure, building resources for educators who wish to use additional innovative learning technologies for teaching and assessment, measuring success with patient-based outcomes research. In May of 2008, Dr. Vozenilek co-chaired the first Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) – sponsored national consensus conference on using simulation research to define and develop clinical expertise. In his work at Northwestern he served as faculty for the Institute for Healthcare Research and its Center for Patient Safety, and continues to teach within its master’s degree program in health care quality and safety.

Learn more & Register at the ASPiH 2016 Event Page today!


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SimGHOSTS Launches 2016 Healthcare Sim Tech Training Registrations for Summer USA, UK, AUS Events!

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SimGHOSTS has launched registration for its three summer events in the US, UK and Australia! Looking for affordable hands-on training and peer networking in healthcare simulation technology operations? Join them this summer at a location nearest you to engage with hundreds of others just like you!

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About the 2016 Events:

Join hundreds of Sim Techs from around the world at our annual international hands-on training events! The “Gathering of Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists” is now operating into its sixth year as a US-based non-profit 501(c)3 organization based out of Las Vegas, Nevada.

The 2016 SimGHOSTS events will provide a meeting place for you to exchange ideas and network with technical peers as well as receive specialized training in manikin hardware repair and software programming, audiovisual equipment debugging, IT infrastructures, moulage makeup, team communication and leadership techniques, medical physiology and much more. You will also have opportunities to meet with simulation-based vendors to engage with the latest in healthcare education technology. 

Use the links below to learn more about our summer events that have launched registration:

Australia
Australian Catholic University
Platinum Sponsored by Laerdal Medical
Melbourne, Victoria
Pre-Symposium: July 5th, 2016
Symposium: July 6th-8th, 2016

United Kingdom
Co-hosted by ASPiH
St. Georges Simulation & Clinical Skills Centre (GAPS)
London, England
Pre-Symposium: July 18th, 2016
Symposium: July 19th-20th, 2016

United States
Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center
Peoria, Illinois
Pre-Symposium: August 2nd, 2016
Symposium: August 3rd-5th, 2016

Middle East & Africa
(Still taking presentation submissions)
Supported by Simulead
Mohammed Bin Rashid Academic Medical Center
Dubai, UAE
Pre-Symposium: November 13th, 2016
Symposium: November 14th-15th, 2016

Who Should Attend SimGHOSTS Events?

Anyone responsible for the technical operation of a medical simulation lab including full-time or part-time Sim Techs, or clinical educators tasked with operating the day-to-day of simulation spaces. As well, anyone evaluating medical-simulation based technology should strongly consider attending as most major industry vendors are encouraged to attend.

Other meetings are better suited for clinical educators specifically looking to learn how to teach with medical simulation.

*New Thought for Administrators of simulation programs!* Sim program managers should also consider sending their institution’s AV and IT related staff members who are responsible for supporting the simulation program. In our most recent events, staff from AV and IT departments outside of the healthcare simulation program found immense benefit from participating in SimGHOSTS to better understand the needs of their institution’s simulation program!

SimGHOSTS events provide hands-on training workshops, special pre-symposium courses and podium presentations in:

  • Manikin Programming & Hardware Repair
  • A/V System Design, Integration and Consolidation
  • IT Networking & Debugging
  • Trauma & Suturing Moulage Makeup
  • Video Production & Editing Techniques
  • Team Communication & Leadership
  • Medical Pharmacology for Scenarios
  • Career Development & Staff Management
  • Much much more!

Learn more about all SimGHOSTS 2016 Events!

ASPiH UK Day 2 Speaks to Safety in Healthcare & Lessons from the Aviation Industry

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Today in Brighton UK, day 2 of the Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare annual meeting was kicked off by Peter McCulloch Professor of Surgery at the University of Oxford, and co-director of the Patient Safety Academy, who spoke on safety in healthcare.

He started by sharing his indoctrination as a surgeon in the 1980s with strict guidelines and responsibilities, especially after errors. He found in reality though blame is rarely accepted and incorporated. Peter then reminded us of several major accidents which demonstrated a common theme: that error occurs in multiple areas before disaster strikes reflecting:

  • There was no “root cause”, there was multiple causes.
  • There was no single person who acted outrageously
  • The contributing factors were very varied
  • Miscommunication and confusion about responsibility
  • Extraneous stressors impacting on judgements

He suggested that “the tip of the iceberg is not the most important part, the cumulative risk rises as a function of independent errors.” How then, do we prevent errors? Peter suggests we need to look not at salient points but as the system as a whole. This requires us to rationalize work systems with risk designed out, continuous monitoring with instant feedback on error, a trained and motivated workforce, and systems for ongoing evolutions of improvement changes. While difficult to provide, such explorations will provide clarity of responsibility, resilient workforce, standardized of work systems, and additional measurement tools.

What works?

  • Feedback – Given rapidly, specifically, and accurately. As well, it can be incentivized by anonymous competition, but must be supported opportunities to improve.
  • Checklists – promote clear structured communication but need to be co-designed by an educated workforce.
  • Team work training – Promoting culture and effective communication
  • QI – Utilizing a lean model for continual improvement adjustments.

Peter’s team has done research which has demonstrated dramatic results when crm and lean qi were combined as intervention. Challenges that remained for improvement were lack of time, space, expertise, attitudes, and management buy-in.

He concluded that we need an implementation strategy for change management when trying to improve healthcare education which includes diffusion of innovations, advertising psychology, interpersonal strategy, and incentives for change. He closed reminding us what simulation can do here: technical training, non-technical skills training, crisis proofing, and training in QI.

Afterwords, Dr Stephen Shorrock, European Safety Culture Programme Leader at EuroControl spoke on European Air Traffic Control, A High Reliability Industry 

Stephen suggested that the notion of safety culture emerged from the Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986, and has resulted in a mass of research and practical interventions, both small and large, in many industrial sectors. Recent thinking has, however, been increasingly critical of the concept and the value of safety culture research and practice. At the same time, practitioners’ experience on the ground is that the concept remains useful and relevant for various practical reasons. The middle ground may be that our ideas about safety culture need to adapt, both theoretically and practically, in several ways. This talk explored the notion of cultures of safety, outline some traps in safety culture work, and reflect on practical experience gained from over 30 European countries, from one of the world’s biggest safety culture programmes.

Learn more on the ASPiH 2015 Page and by following the ASPiH Twitter Account with #ASPiH2015!


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ASPiH UK 2015 Brighton Opens With Keynotes on Value of Different Simulation Settings & Patient Experiences

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Today in Brighton, England the first full day of the 6th annual Association for Simulated Patients in Healthcare event opened with two powerful keynote addresses for an audience of over 500 simulation champions from around the UK and the world. HealthySimulation was on hand to video record these keynotes which will be made available in the near future.

The Value of Different Simulation Settings was the first keynote presentation given by Catherine Stoddart, Chief Nurse Oxford University Hospitals and former Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer, State of Western Australia. Catherine has held positions in both the Australian State and Commonwealth Governments. She has held executive management roles and senior clinical nursing positions across Tertiary, General and Rural Australia including the Executive Director of Nursing across WA Country Health Service and the Regional Director for the Kimberley.Catherine has a Bachelor of Health Science (Nursing), Master of Science (Project Management), Master of Business Administration.

The presentation spoke about the Australian context of Simulation, global factors, and generational differences and explored the benefit of alternate simulation models from the organizational leadership perspective and how through case studies within the context of rural and remote health in Western Australia.

This presentation also explored examples where a range of simulation options such as actors, and the public have been used when there is limited access to clinical support and patient populations. These simulation tools have been utilized to develop and refine training opportunities for health professionals who are often isolated which is of individual and organizational concern. Reflection on events such as coronial enquiries, using the general public to develop health assessment skills and utilising remote emergency department monitoring for both teaching and management of clinically deteriorating patients in an educationally supportive environment have been implemented in remote Western Australia.

Catherine reminded us of strategic considerations:

  • Breath of impact – how does it align with the trusts goals
  • Inter-professional transferability caters across ed levels
  • Resource impact
  • Intellectual property – impact on partners
  • Setting standard and link to competence
  • Responsiveness, ie never events.

Catherine’s final thoughts on Simulation included:

Utilization of TEL is ultimately affected by multiple factors with the purpose of education, content of need, professional group using the service, acceptability of new and emerging tools. She shared with us that TEL is now a fundamental pillar and that remaining contemporary is the challenge.

The second keynote address was provided by Iain Upton BSc MSc FCIPD on a Patient’s Experience of the NHS. 

Iain’s presentation explored the gap between reality and simulation, from a unique patient perspective. In his recent work with Health Education England, he regularly discovers similarities between military and medical environments – the world of simulation is vital to both. He shared the reality of an environment where severe cranial nerve damage is a 24/7 issue and poses some challenges to the world of medical simulation about their approach to reality. Iain’s story was very personal and poignant but this presentation was unarguably pertinent and appropriate.

Learn more on the ASPiH 2015 Page and by following the ASPiH Twitter Account with #ASPiH2015!

Heading to ASPiH UK 2015!

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HealthySim is heading to England for the annual Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare event! We can’t wait because this is definitely one of the best healthcare simulation conferences out there. HealthySim & SimGHOSTS Founder will be there along with SimGHOSTS Executive Director James Cypert. Connect with us via email if you would like to connect during the event!

Top 5 Things HealthySim Will Be Covering at ASPiH:

1. INSPIRATIONAL RENOWNED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Over the last 6 years the ASPiH Annual Conference has established itself as the major UK simulation based education event, bringing together a multi-disciplinary audience involved in simulated practice and technology enhanced learning.

2. AN INCREDIBLE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME The main programme commences at 1pm on Tuesday 3rd November. Plenary lectures, expert panels, and roundtable discussions will stimulate and inspire to consider how you can improve your own areas of practice. In addition there will be an expanded TECH ROOM with a packed programme across the 3 days.

3. FUN SOCIAL and NETWORKING PROGRAMME From the FREE opening reception in the Exhibiton Hall on Tuesday 3rd September to the Brighton Beach Party and Networking Buffet on the Wednesday Evening, we build on our reputation for combining exceptional academic content with a fun, inclusive and welcoming atmosphere. The Tuesday Gala Dinner is a formal event at the magnificent Grand Hotel. For a more informal evening, join us on Wednesday 5th November for a buffet supper and beach party with a magician, surfing simulator and special dance competitions.

4. AN EVEN LARGER AND MORE DIVERSE EXHIBITION With all our industry partners who have supported ASPiH for 6 years to new and innovative companies, a tour of our largest ever exhibition is the ideal way to explore and discuss the latest simulation and technology enhanced learning products and services.

5. SIM HEROES COMPETITION 2015 Following the success of the inaugural competition last year, we invite team entries for the new competition this year focusing on demonstrating alignment with stated learning objectives and excellent debriefing and facilitation skill

Learn more at ASPiH’s website today and follow the action on Twitter!


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Top 5 Reasons to Attend ASPiH 2015 in Brighton UK November 3rd-5th

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Having attended the last two ASPiH conferences I can attest that they are remarkable events that are defiantly worth attending for healthcare simulationists in the UK, EU and beyond! Check out their shared top 5 reasons to attend this year’s November 3rd-5th event in Brighton!

“1. INSPIRATIONAL RENOWNED KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Over the last 6 years the ASPiH Annual Conference has established itself as the major UK simulation based education event, bringing together a multi-disciplinary audience involved in simulated practice and technology enhanced learning. Last year our theme was changing behaviours and we build on this in 2015 with a focus on developing resilience and improving quality of care. The overarching theme of improving performance will link across 8 key note lectures from:
  • Professor John Schaefer MD, Director Healthcare Simulation of South Carolina, USA and Professor Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine. John will explain how you measure and create value for “selling” simulation to key decision makers.
  • Catherine Stoddart, Chief Nurse Oxford  University Hospitals NHS Trust and former Chief Nurse  and Midwifery Officer, State of Western Australia . Catherine will explore the value of simulated practice across a range of different settings.
  • Professor Charles Vincent, Professor of Psychology, University of Oxford and Professional Fellow Health Foundation. Charles will explore what we can learn from other industries about the psychology of a safety culture.
  • Dr Stephen Shorrock, European Safety Culture Programme Leader at Eurocontrol European Air Traffic Control. Stephen will explore the notion of cultures of safety, outline some traps in safety culture work, and reflect on practical experience gained from over 30 European countries in air safety.

2. AN INCREDIBLE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
The main programme commences at 1pm on Tuesday 3rd November. Plenary lectures, expert panels, and roundtable discussions will stimulate and inspire to consider how you can improve your own areas of practice. In addition there will be an expanded TECH ROOM with a packed programme across the 3 days. We also have over 20 interactive workshops on a wide range of subjects including:

  • Top 10 Tips for running a centre
  • How to get work published
  • The Elaine Bromiley Story – Launch of NEW UPDATED VIDEO STORY
  • Debriefing – how to manage conflict
  • How to develop simulation apps
  • What can simulated patients do for you?

3. FUN SOCIAL and NETWORKING PROGRAMME
From the FREE opening reception in the Exhibiton Hall on Tuesday 3rd September to the Brighton Beach Party and Networking Buffet on the Wednesday evening, we build on our reputation for combining exceptional academic content with a fun, inclusive and welcoming atmosphere. The Tuesday Gala Dinner is a formal event at the magnificent Grand Hotel. For a more informal evening, join us on Wednesday 5th November for a buffet supper and beach party with a magician, surfing simulator and special dance competitions.

4. AN EVEN LARGER AND MORE DIVERSE EXHIBITION
With all our industry partners who have supported ASPiH for 6 years to new and innovative companies, a tour of our largest ever exhibition is the ideal way to explore and discuss the latest simulation and technology enhanced learning products and services.

5. SIM HEROES COMPETITION 2015
Following the success of the inaugural competition last year, we invite team entries for the new competition this year focusing on demonstrating alignment with stated learning objectives and excellent debriefing and facilitation skills.

We hope that this is enough to encourage you to register but we haven’t been able to tell you everything! Click HERE to visit the website for more information about us and the conference. You can view the final programme HERE.”

Europe’s First Sim Tech Training Event “SimGHOSTS-ASPiH UK” Opens in Leeds

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Today in Leeds, UK Europe’s first Healthcare Simulation Technology Training event opened to almost 100 global attendees. Global simulation organizations SimGHOSTS and ASPiH partnered to put on the event, which took over a year to plan and execute. Having announced an affiliation last November, this event was the first collaborative initiative between the organizations and global communities.

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Laerdal Medical sponsored the opening keynote address by Dr. Amar Patel, DHSc MS NRP, Director of the Center for Innovative Learning at WakeMed Health Hospitals in North Carolina, opened with the Laerdal Medical sponsored keynote address entitled “Transforming the Technician to the Technology: Our Future is Now”. The presentation is being recorded by Austrian-based SimStation and will be made available online shortly.

*UPDATE: The recorded video of the sessions is now available on SimGHOSTS.org! Click here to watch Dr. Patel’s keynote now!

Being in the United Kingdom, the show opened with the board of directors putting on a Monty Python skit singing a tune akin to “I’m a Lumberjack”, but with the twist “I’m a Sim Tech”. SimGHOSTS event director Ryan Eling then provided morning announcements alongside an introduction to ASPiH by the organization’s CEO Andy Anderson.

Learn more at SimGHOSTS.org and follow @SimGHOSTS

SimGHOSTS-ASPiH UK Event Seeks Abstracts From EU Simulation Technology Specialists

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UK SYMPOSIUM PROPOSALS DUE BY MARCH 1st, 2015!

Do you operate healthcare simulation technology in the UK or EU? SimGHOSTS has partnered with ASPiH to provide the European continent’s first meeting dedicated to simulation technology specialists (sim techs), including any clinical educators/coordinators who operate simulation technology. SimGHOSTS is celebrating its 5th year in 2015 by expanding its successful hands-on training events from Australia and the United States to the UK in July of this year year. Leading medical simulation vendors have already signed up to provide simulation technology training courses to attendees!

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PROPOSALS DUE BY MARCH 1st, 2015!

“The biggest reward for me in presenting was being challenged by experts in the field on my approach to simulation and education, and having the opportunity to discuss topics in-depth after the presentation. It was easily as much a learning experience for me as it was for anyone who came to my presentation.” -David Halloway, Senior Clinical Adviser, University of Wollongong

SimGHOSTS Event Director Ryan Eling is happy to announce that the inaugural SimGHOSTS-ASPiH UK Conference will take place at the Leeds-Beckett University Clinical Skills Suite and the NHS Horizon Leeds facility in Leeds, UK July 27 – 29, 2015!  These two facilities offer wonderful spaces for collaboration, hands-on activities and exciting vendor exhibitions!

Submit a presentation proposal for your chance to connect and share with the global simulation technology community at SG-ASPiH2015.  We are looking for innovative projects, DIY designs and best-practice workshops in all the topics important to simulation technology staff:

  • Audiovisual systems design, installation, operation debugging, and repair
  • IT network infrastructure management and upgrading
  • Simulation manikin programming, hardware maintenance, and repair
  • Learning and inventory management system selection and manipulation
  • Theatrical staging, rehearsing, and performing
  • Media production and marketing techniques
  • Use of trauma and pathological disease moulage makeup
  • Adult learning theory and simulation learning theory
  • Best practices from the aviation simulation industry
  • Medical terminology, process, and pharmacology

For ideas and examples of content, take a look at the SimGHOSTS 2014 USA Brochure here. Accepted proposals will garner a registration discount for the primary presenter!

PROPOSALS DUE BY MARCH 1st, 2015!

Submit your course today at the SimGHOSTS-ASPiH 2015 Content Form. Learn more about the inaugural UK event here!