Nuts, Bolts & Knowledge
The North East Simulation Network will be hosting two Laerdal Faculty Development Days - Nuts, Bolts and Knowledge: Practical Approaches to Enhancing Simulation Based Education on 23rd and 24th October.
Quality and Patient Safety Conference - 13 November 2019
Health Education England in the North East and North Cumbria are holding a Quality and Patient Safety conference. The purpose of the conference is to share innovations across the themes of the HEE Quality Framework, patient safety and to discuss educational workforce challenges facing the NHS. The event will help to further develop knowledge of the themes of the HEE Quality Framework and raise patient safety as a priority in education and training and how learning from error can be implemented in practice.
Expressions of Interest to Attend ASPiH 2019
For the second successional year the North East and North Cumbria Faculty of Patient Safety are inviting expressions of interest for the opportunity to attend the 2019 ASPiH Conference at Belfast Waterfront, 4-6th November 2019. The bursary package will include conference fees, accommodation and travel. Expressions of interest to be recieved by the 2nd September - see post for further details.
Human Factors Event - Mind the Gap
Human Factors & Ergonomics Community of Practice will be hosting an event themed "Mind the Gap – integrating human factors into health and social care to improve safety and experience" on 21st November at the Durham Centre, Belmont. Registration is now open via eventbright
TEL Project - What makes a good Sim Network?
The TEL programme is developing a Simulation Based Education Toolkit. They are currently looking at one of the additions to this toolkit around "What makes a good Simulation Networks". They are inviting members of simulation networks to complete an online survey. Deadline for completion is 23rd August 2019
HSPN UK 2019
Registration and Abstract submission now open for HSPN UK 2019
CAE Obstetric Simulation Showcase
The North East Simulation Network, in conjunction with CAE, will be showcasing the latest in obstetric/gynecological simulation technology including OB/GYN ultrasound and obstetric birthing solutions with integrated HOLOLENS augmented reality. This demonstration will be held at The Simulation Centre at the Freeman Hospital. Any NHS health professional or educator in this field from the North East & North Cumbria, North West or North Yorkshire and Humber are welcome to attend. Places are limited to 20. Please contact the centre direct to register your interest.
Places on Faculty Development Course!
There are places available on the Simulation Faculty Development Course running at DASH on the 3rd July! If you are interested contact the centre ASAP!
Simulation Technician Education Programme
Simulation Technician Education Programme coming to the North. Dont miss out on the opportunity to access this training when it is close to home!
Bright Ideas in Health Awards
The Bright Ideas in Health Awards celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams working within the NHS, industry and academia, who have risen to the challenge of telling us how, and where, they believe that improvements to the service provided to patients can be improved, either through a technical innovation or through better service delivery.
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