Programme Workshops

Tuesday 9th November

Short Workshop 1

ASPiH Accreditation

Facilitators: Ann Sunderland, ASPiH Accreditation Sub committee member, Consultant in clinical skills and simulation, Sheffield Hallam University, Associate lecturer, University of Huddersfield and Adjunct Faculty, CAE International Healthcare Academy

Short Workshop 2

ASPE Presents: Training Simulated/Standardized Patients to Deliver Feedback

A crucial skill in Simulated/Standardized Patient (SP) work is the ability to describe the impact a learner’s set of behaviors has on an SP during roleplay. The description, or feedback, is presented in an objectively clear style that captures the subjectively emotional and cognitive state the SP experienced during the roleplay. Feedback is presented in a manner that allows space for learners to consider areas for their professional growth. Effective feedback is presented in a non-judgmental manner, in order to avoid triggering defensiveness in learners. Feedback is focused on essential communication elements or domains. This interactive 50-minute workshop engages participants actively in learning the principles of effective feedback delivery. Didactic portions of the workshop will discuss notions of changeable behaviors. Experiential elements, utilizing videos of SP/learner interactions, will provide opportunities to identify modifiable behaviors in learners and observe both effective and ineffective feedback given by SPs.

Facilitators: Robert MacAulay, ASPE President

Shawn Galin, ASPE President-Elect

Workshop 1

Idea incubation: Developing a credible research question

Have you ever had an idea that you want to research...? Of course you have! This workshop will guide you in the incubation of your idea/s. It will help you in framing and reframing the ideas into research questions. Just a heads up that it can take weeks (and sometimes longer) to settle on that credible research question so what we'll offer are approaches to getting to that point.

Facilitators: Debra Nestel- Editor in Chief, BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning (STEL) and Professor of Simulation Education in Healthcare, Monash University

Yang Yann Foo - Assistant Professor, Academic Medicine education Institute,  Duke-nus Medical School, Singapore

Nancy McNaughton - Assistant Professor | Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation
Dala Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

Professor Gerry Gormley - General Practitioner and Professor in Simulation and Clinical Skills, Queen’s University Belfast

Workshop 2

Remote debrief SIG workshop

Facilitators: TBC

Short Workshop 3

IRiS – Making the most of your platform

Facilitators: David Grant, Simulation & Inter-Professional Learning Lead, University of Bristol Medical School

Short Workshop 4

Tech SIG team

Facilitators: TBC

Workshop 3

VR & Mental Health

Facilitators: Dr Vimal Manali, Consultant Psychiatrist | Simulation Lead | Locality Tutor (SW) and Community Mental Health Recovery Service Guildford

Workshop 4

The Debriefing Academy workshop

Facilitators: Adam Cheng and Vince Grant

Wednesday 10th November

Workshop 5

Learning to debrief in clinical environments using the TALK framework

During this session, delegates will gain familiarity with the TALK framework, discuss how to overcome
barriers and practice the skills required to facilitate short clinical debriefings in their working environments.

The introduction of TALK into clinical environments aims to promote guided reflection within clinical teams as a
way to improve and maintain patient safety, increase efficiency and to contribute to a supportive culture of
dialogue and learning, which would in turn enhance staff wellbeing. Furthermore, it encourages individuals to take responsibility for identifying improvement opportunities and implementing the necessary changes

Facilitators: Cristina Dias - Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospital of Wales & Associate Professor, Medicine and Healthcare Sciences, University of Barcelona

Esther León Castelao

Sigrun Qvindesland

Iago Enjo

Jody Stafford

Workshop 6

360 Virtual

Facilitators: Nick Perez, Head of Digital Technologies @ TSDFT, Advisor for Immersive Technologies (TEL) @ Health Education England and Co-Lead HeArTs (Health in the Arts Torbay)

Chris Gay, HEE TEL Simulation & Immersive Team at Health Education England

Short Workshop 5

Simulation as an opportunity to explore staff health and well-being

Facilitator: Chris Attoe, Head of Research & Development, Maudsley Learning, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Occupational Health Psychologist, Centre for Sustainable Working Life, University of London

Short Workshop 6

Tech SIG team

Facilitators: TBC

Workshop 7

Non-technical Skills

Facilitator: Steven Yule

Workshop 8

We need to talk about qualitative analysis...

In this workshop, we'll start by talking about qualitative analysis in healthcare simulation research, what we've noticed, what seems to be easy and what's hard. Then, we'll adjust our lens and focus on reflexive thematic analysis. We'll work through each step with practice and/or illustrations. Definitely wear your thinking caps! Looking forward to learning with you.

Facilitators: Debra Nestel- Editor in Chief, BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning (STEL) and Professor of Simulation Education in Healthcare, Monash University

Yang Yann Foo - Assistant Professor, Academic Medicine education Institute,  Duke-nus Medical School, Singapore

Nancy McNaughton - Nancy McNaughton - Assistant Professor | Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation
Dala Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

Professor Gerry Gormley - General Practitioner and Professor in Simulation and Clinical Skills, Queen’s University Belfast