May 19, 2014By Lance Baily

ASPiH UK Simulation Conference 2014 Theme: Changing Behaviours

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If you are in the UK, Europe or even beyond then ASPIH 2014 is a MUST-ATTEND healthcare simulation conference event! Last year myself and SimGHOSTS leadership were invited to present and connect during the three day event and found it to be one of the most refreshing and innovative meetings they have ever participated in.

“The Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) is a not-for-profit membership Association dedicated to improving patient care and professional performance by the use of simulated practice and technology enhanced learning. This conference will explore how simulation in its broadest sense, along with other modalities of technology enhanced learning, can be applied to enhance the development of expertise, rehearsal and reflection on clinical performance. The programme will also explore how we can strengthen the resilience of clinical practice and processes across all aspects of healthcare systems. Specific themes throughout the three days will enable delegates to access a breadth and depth of topics and expertise in the science and real world applications of HF in healthcare. Our aim is for delegates to leave with the ability to apply some key principles and practical approaches to enhance the education and training that they provide, and to improve the quality, safety and effectiveness of care for which they are responsible.”

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The organization is still collecting workshop and presentation submissions so if you are interesting in presenting you can still get something good in there!

2014 Keynote Speakers Confirmed So Far:

• Hege Ersdal (SAFER Foundation Centre, Norway)
• Paul Phrampus (WISER Institute, Pittsburgh USA)
• Murray Anderson‐Wallace (Patient Stories, UK)
Keep watching the website for updates as more names are announced

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Download the 2014 ASPIH Nottingham Brochure here, and visit the ASPiH website to learn more about this medical simulation organization, journal and annual event.

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