Simulation Training

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Conference report.pdf206.1 KB
Z Rajput - Merging Sim for FY1s and final year med students.pdf1.85 MB
The Five Year Forward View and Beyond - Andrew Frankel.pdf855.17 KB
Simulation on ED induction - Savvas Papasavvas [Compatibility Mode].pdf223.85 KB
P Davidson - Simulation teaching at East Surrey Hospital.pdf394.92 KB
An Effective Simulation Course for Foundation Trainees - Shum Dev.pdf382.08 KB
FROST presentation.pdf1.88 MB
Bubble debrief presentation.pdf778.67 KB
Critical Care Transfer poster.pdf1.19 MB
Edward Tozer - poster winner.pdf93.39 KB
GSTT Foundation Poster.pdf1011.18 KB
Jack Vaughan-Jones - poster winner.pdf112.19 KB

SIMULATION TRAINING

All Foundation Doctors based at trusts across LaSE (incorporating London or KSS) have access to simulation training.

As of August 2017, it is now mandatory for both FY1 and FY2 doctors to undertake a full day or two half day simulation training sessions.

Please contact your local Medical Education Manager/Foundation Programme Administrator for further details about local arrangements. 

SIMULATION RESOURCES FOR FOUNDATION DOCTORS

Clinical Simulation Scenarios

Health Education England has developed a 'Clinical Simulation Scenarios' library, including 17 detailed scenarios for foundation doctors. Scenarios include links to areas of the curriculum and provide clear instructions for faculty and 'in-scenario personnel' to follow. Scenarios have been designed in order to focus on aspects of clinical care that are often challenging for clinicians, for example, difficult conversations, clinical emergencies and technical skills.  Find further details at: http://www.oxforddeanery.nhs.uk/about_oxford_deanery/clinical_simulation_training/clinical_simulation_scenarios.aspx.

Some examples of training courses and facilities available across LaSE are listed below, with links to useful webpages

STFS 

SHARING GOOD PRACTICE IN SIMULATION CONFERENCE 2018

Overview

Sharing Good Practice in Simulation March 2018 was a 1 day conference for all clinical and technical staff involved in foundation doctor simulation training across south London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex. The conference was prepared by Dr Mark Loughrey & Dr Udesh Naidoo and designed to give delegates the opportunity to learn about the current state of simulation training across the region, and to give all the chance to discuss and facilitate collaborative working. Please see the attached the presentation from the various speakers and posters and feedback from attendees.


HEE KSS

SIMULATION RESOURCES FOR TRAINERS AND FACILITATORS

 SIMNET

There are regular regional SIMNET meetings for trainers and facilitators.  https://hee.nhs.uk/hee-your-area/kent-surrey-sussex/our-work/research-innovation/technology-enhanced-learning/sim-network-simnet

https://southlondonsim.com/