Size Does Matter: A Guide to Scalable and Sustainable Simulation Programs
August 24, 2020 at 3:00 PM, Pacific Coast Time Zone
Presented by: Luke Wainwright RN
The Clinical Skills Development Service is one of the largest education and training organisations in the world. Part of the Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Queensland Health, Australia, it supports simulation based education and training to over 127 sites across Queensland. The Service maintains a fleet of almost 3000 simulators including over 200 full body manikins provided at no cost to the sites it supports. It also hosts and delivers over 80 courses, both online and face to face, at its simulation centre in Brisbane and across the state.
The CSDS Acting Nursing Director, Luke Wainwright’s presentation will provide an overview of CSDS’s journey and how it maintains its distributed simulation delivery model. The key points will provide an understanding of starting with end-user design in mind, the operational models necessary to deliver effective simulation to healthcare professionals, the management and coordination of equipment management — and all under the specific focus of building the foundation for a highly scalable and sustainable platform.
Type of Offering: Webinar
Teaching Method: Lecture with Slide Presentation
- Recognize how the integration of human centered design principles lead to an effective clinical simulation program.
- Support the delivery of a scalable, sustainable simulation education model which has been proven effective in the training healthcare professionals.
- Demonstrate the coordination and management of simulator equipment needed to continue scaled expansion goals.
Suggested Learner Level: Intermediate
Luke has 25 years of experience in critical care nursing with the last 10 years directly involved in simulation-based education. He was worked in numerous roles at CSDS including, the Learning and Development Manager, Simulation Manager, Operations Manager, Simulation Educator and Nurse Educator. He has a keen interest in disruptive technology and has been involved and led numerous projects for digital transformation, facility and workflow redesign, online and face to face simulation-based education programs. Luke is also a member of the Standards Australia IT-031/IT-031-01 Computer Modelling and Simulation Committee and was a longstanding member of the Australian Society for Simulation in Healthcare Executive Committee.