Journal of Surgical Simulation Shares Homerton Conference Session Videos
Today many of the presentations were uploaded at Youtube recorded at the Fifth Annual Homerton Simulation Conference this past December covering: Innovations in Healthcare, Patient Safety and Simulation at Homerton University Hospital in London. Great sessions here for you to watch when you can!
From fairies to Simman: Tolkien and realism in simulation – Dr Lysa E. Owen
Simulation for acute psychiatric emergencies –
Dr Helen Parker & Dr Nick Walsh
Simulation Workshop at the Mental-Physical Interface: Children and Young People (SWAMPI-CYP) – Dr Chris Kowalski.
About Homerton Simulation Centre:
The purpose of Professional Education is to support the achievement of the Trust’s corporate objectives. Our role in this is to design and deliver a comprehensive range of learning and development opportunities based on service and individual need thereby, ensuring our staff develop the right knowledge, skills and attitude to be competent in their specific roles resulting in safe, high quality care for our patients. Sim Vid Watch our video We aim to create the right systems, processes and learning opportunities that help create a culture where learning and development is accessed by all and seen as an important component of people and organisational development.
Journal of Surgical Simulation (JSS) is the world’s first academic journal dedicated to publish new research, scholarly articles, and the critique of existing research in the fields of surgical simulation, surgical education, patient safety agendas and surgical technologies.
JSS will rapidly publish original articles, reviews, editorials, and pictorial material written by those with expertise in utilising and teaching surgery simulation techniques with the aim of further advancing education and practice in this rapidly evolving field. All articles published online are fully citable, and coverage in the major indexing services is actively being sought. Authors presenting innovative and interesting findings in surgical simulation in a range of specialties are invited to submit their articles online for rapid peer-review and publication.