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Price: € 300
The global objectives of these workshops which will run concurrently for 2 different groups of participants are to provide a sound overview to participants of two key simulation domains, namely how to develop a simulation centre and/or simulation programme, and the fundamentals of becoming a scenario-based simulation facilitator/educator. Although both of these workshops have different themes they will be highly relevant to the daily practice of Emergency Medicine, irrespective of the level of simulation expertise the participants have.
|08:30||Registration & Coffee|
Welcome and Introduction
Objectives: Introduction of participants (instructors and trainees) and motivations for attending this workshop.
|Pr G. Alinier & Pr K. Denmark|
What differentiates a simulation centre from a clinical skills training facility?
Objectives: Discussion around clinical skills and simulation training facilities, and simulation programmes.
|Pr K. Denmark|
Why and how do we build a simulation centre?
Objectives: Discussion of physical and technological functional requirements and solutions.
|Dr F. Lecomte|
Exercise: Given your current circumstances and being realistic, draw the clinical simulation centre you would like to create, the solutions adopted, and its total estimated cost.
Objectives: Put in practice aspects of simulation centre design which have been discussed so far.
|Dr JAI. Vazquez|
Review of proposed designs and innovative solutions.
Objectives: Discussion so participants can receive feedback.
|Dr L Sanchez
In-situ simulation: Pros and cons of point of care context.
Objectives: Discussion of opportunities afforded by this approach, in the ultimate context from one aspect and not so convenient environment from another perspective.
|Dr I. Hssain|
Virtual tour of existing simulation facilities.
Objectives: Allow participants to view the floor plan and pictures of other simulation centres and discuss function and educational aspects.
|Pr G. Alinier & Pr K. Denmark|
Operationalising a simulation facility from an equipment perspective.
Objectives: Discussion on the importance of the choice of equipment on the operation of a simulation giving consideration to their ease of use, compatibility, requirements, and likely maintenance schedules
|Dr K. Benmiloud|
|16:45||Q&A and discussion|
|17:00||End of Day 1|
Working with architects and building contractors to design and build a simulation centre.
Objectives: Discussion relating to establishing a positive working relationship with external partners for a successful outcome.
|Pr G. Alinier|
The simulation centre team: The winning ingredients.
Objectives: Gaining an understanding of what constitutes a successful team.
|Pr K. Denmark
The role and usefulness of simulation centre management software and audio-visual systems.
Objectives: Discussion of the functionalities and pros and cons of investing in a simulation centre management software and AV systems.
|Dr JAI. Vazquez, & Pr G. Alinier|
|11:30||Final Q&A and discussion||All|
|12:00||End of the pre-course|
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Emergency Medicine Ultrasound - Advanced / Simulation: Scenario-based Simulation Facilitator Course / Simulation: Simulation Centre Design and Operations Course
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