CAE HPSN UK and Ireland 2023
CAE Healthcare has promoted the Human Patient Simulation Network (HPSN) conference to healthcare simulation champions for many years. HPSN was founded in 1997, and has grown from a small community of pioneering nursing and health science educators into a robust and global network of medical faculty, clinicians, students, and technical experts who gather throughout the year to interact, share knowledge, and explore the latest innovations in simulation-based medical education (SBME). The events are open to anyone with an interest in healthcare simulation. This HealthySimulation.com article discusses the HPSN UK & Ireland 2023 and where to learn more about upcoming 2024 HPSN events!
HPSN UK & Ireland 2023 is an international conference focused on advancing the practice and innovation of healthcare simulation for educators, technologists, nurses, doctors, midwives, allied health, patient safety leads and other healthcare practitioners. Attendees can make valuable connections, experience exciting keynotes and attend special events. HPSN UK & Ireland 2023 will occur December 13-14, 2023 at the Double Tree Hilton in Nuthall Road, Nottingham, England. The general admission is £10.00.
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CAE Healthcare is the sponsor of HPSN UK & Ireland 2023, CAE Healthcare develops immersive healthcare-education solutions that prepare practitioners for the moments that matter. CAE Healthcare has products and services in 110+ countries that support nursing and medical schools, hospitals, governments, militaries, emergency response teams, and allied health programs. CAE Healthcare meets the learners where they are through our innovative and integrated product portfolio, including patient, ultrasound and interventional simulation; a simulation center management platform; immersive/digital learning; and simulation-based curricula. CAE Healthcare has received global recognition, such as an EMS World Innovation Award, among others, that affirms the relevance, realism and quality of the products delivered.
Keynote: Right Technology, Right Place, Right Time Presented by Emily Browne, Midlands Air Ambulance
Emily Browne is a nurse who worked (and still does when possible) in emergency care. Currently she is the Head of Education and Training at Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. Emily was previously the Associate Dean for Innovation and Enterprise at Staffordshire University, leading on the development of simulation-based education, including the development of the simulation facilities and educational pedagogy.
Emily spent 10 years in the RAF Reserve with an aeromed deployment to Afghanistan in 2013. It is the experience in the RAF reserve that sparked Emily’s love of simulation-based education.
Emily holds a masters in medical education and is currently studying for a PhD looking at the effects of immersive simulation on student paramedics’ confidence and competence. Emily is an ALS (advanced life Support) and GIC (generic instructor course) instructor for the RCUK (Resus Council UK).
Concurrent Sessions Available to Participants
Afternoon concurrent session with 1 hour presentations before lunch and after interactive sessions. Concurrent Sessions: Strategic Operations, Lessons Learned, VR, AI, XR, Live Simulation, EPR, OB Emergencies, Haemorrhage Checklist for Sse in Simulation, LearningSpace, Evolving Simulations, Enhance T-Levels and Upskill Care Staff, A Day in the Life of a Trainee, Moulage, and Ultrasound Skills. Interactive Stations Rotation 1 through 4 for hands on experiences: Embody / LearningSpace / Patient Sim – Equip / Patient Sim -AR
Plenary Session: MetaSimCast: Bringing SIMplicity to the complex process of podcasting…live! Presented by Lawrence Hill and Anthony Jermy, University of East Anglia
SimCast, the Higher Education SImulation Podcast, was developed and hosted by Lawrence Hill and Anthony Jermy and brought to you by UEA Health. Lawrence Hill is an Associate. Professor, Paramedic Science and simulation consultant. Lawrence is a connecter of people and ideas. He is innovative and entrepreneurial higher education healthcare leader with a paramedic background. Anthony Jermy is an Associate Professor and Academic Lead for Simulation Based Education. Anthony has a background in Operating Department Practice. He is the academic lead for Simulation Based Education at University of East Anglia, Norwich. Anthony’s interests include: Simulation Based Education, Anaesthesia, Surgery, Anatomy and Physiology, Patient Safety, Human Factors and Ergonomics, Professional use of Social Media.
The first day concludes with an evening reception for casino and cocktails. This is an exciting way to wrap-up the date, discuss what was learned, and build professional relationships with like-minded individuals.
Keynote: Back to the Future Presented by Joanne Davies, Swansea University
Joanne “Jo” Davies has worked in clinical, education and senior leadership roles in Wales /UK, the Middle East and Australia. Jo has worked in simulation roles for Queensland Health, co-designed, directed and commissioned the Sidra Medical Simulation Center and programmes, leading teams into operations, and supporting the opening of a 450-bedded women and children’s hospital using simulation for mass systems testing. She co-founded the Qatar Simulation Consortium and MENA simulation programmes and is an advocate of immersive learning methodologies and faculty development in simulation-based learning and effective debriefing, studying with the CMS team at Harvard University.
Jo started her new position with Swansea University in July 2021 establishing the SUSIM programmes and Chairs the Interprofessional Simulation Education Working Group. Jo is working on the expansion of SBE methodologies, research, and collaborations, including the design and opening in Sept 2023 of the Swansea University Simulation and Immersive Learning Centre. Jo also oversees numerous SBE research projects and is currently the Principal Investigator on a Higher Education Funding Council of Wales (HEFCW) Virtual Reality Project which was awarded £900,000 of funding towards the creation of clinical VR content in English and Welsh languages**.**
Concurrent Sessions Available to Participants
Two concurrent sessions on Optimizing Manikin Role, Mobile Outreach Skills Clinic, Live Simulation, Moulage, INACSL HSSOBP Implementation, Peer Debrief, AI, Palliative and End of Life Care, Mid-Fidelity, Video-Enhanced Learning, Psychological Safety, Design from Faculty to Learner Perspectives, and Debrief to Address Culture and Stress in the Healthcare Setting
After the concurrent sessions have concluded HPSN will provide lunch and closing remarks. This will officially end the HPSN UK & Ireland 2023 event.
CAE equips people in critical roles with the expertise and solutions to create a safer world. As a technology company, CAE digitalizes the physical world, deploying software-based simulation training and critical operations support solutions. Above all else, CAE empowers pilots, cabin crew, airlines, defense and security forces, and healthcare practitioners to perform at their best every day and when the stakes are the highest. Around the globe, CAE is everywhere customers need them to be, with more than 13,000 employees in approximately 250 sites and training locations in over 40 countries. CAE represents more than 75 years of industry firsts—the highest-fidelity flight, mission, and medical simulators and training programs powered by digital technologies. CAE embeds sustainability in everything they do. Today and tomorrow, CAE will make sure our customers are ready for the moments that matter.
On October 24, 2023, CAE announced the sale of its CAE Healthcare division to Madison Industries for C$311 Million (US $227.2 Million), with the transaction expected to close at the end of fiscal 2024. As one of the leading healthcare simulation manufacturers in the global industry, this is huge news for healthcare simulation champions around the world. Marc Parent, President and CEO of CAE shared that “we believe Madison Industries is well positioned to support the future growth of the Healthcare business, which will continue to focus on evolving simulation to drive patient safety and quality outcomes”.
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About Madison Industries
Madison Industries is one of the largest and most successful privately held companies in the world. Madison builds entrepreneurially driven, branded market leaders that are committed to making the world safer, healthier and more productive by creating innovative solutions that deliver outstanding customer value. The team at Madison is committed to building something truly remarkable that long outlasts them while coaching others to reach their highest potential.
Teresa Gore, PhD, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CHSE-A, FSSH, FAAN – Dr. Gore has experience in educating future nurses in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Dr. Gore has a PhD in Adult Education, a DNP as a family nurse practitioner, and a certificate in Simulation Education. Dr. Gore is an innovative, compassionate educator and an expert in the field of healthcare simulation. In 2007l Teresa started her journey in healthcare simulation. She is involved in INACSL and SSH. She is a Past-President of INACSL and is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator Advanced (CHSE-A). In 2018, she was inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN). In 2021, she was inducted as a Fellow in the Society of Simulation in Healthcare Academy (FSSH) and selected as a Visionary Leader University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing Alumni. During her career, Dr. Gore has led in the development and integration of simulation into all undergraduate clinical courses and started an OSCE program for APRN students. Her research interests and scholarly work focus on simulation, online course development and faculty development. She has numerous invited presentations nationally and internationally on simulation topics.