Original articles

Simulator training in anaesthesia (Wilkins DG, Davies JM, Mather SJ).
Current Opinion in Anaesthesiology, December 1997; 10: 481-484.

The new face of medical education – ship shape and Bristol fashion? (McIndoe AK).
British Journal of Theatre Nursing. November 1998.

MultiMed– remote interactive medical simulation.
(Tooley, MA, Forrest FC, Mantripp DR)
J Telemed Telecare (1999), 5 Suppl 1: S119–21.

Continuous auditory monitoring – how much information do we register?
(Craven RM & McIndoe AK).
British Journal of Anaesthesia 1999; 83 (5): 747-9.

Critical incident training in a simulated operating theatre – A useful tool for revalidation?
(Grimes S, Walters F, Greenslade, McIndoe AK).
The Royal College of Anaesthetists Bulletin (4). November 2000; 144-6.

Setting up and running a whole body simulator centre.
(Forrest FC, Tooley, MA, Glavin R, Maran N).
The Royal College of Anaesthetists Bulletin (5). January 2001; 217-9.

Use of a high-fidelity simulator to develop testing of novice anaesthetists.
(Forrest FC, Taylor MA, Postlethwaite K, Aspinall R).
British Journal of Anaesthesia 2002; 88 (3): 338-44.

Bristol Medical Simulation Centre
(Tooley MA)
Ingenia (15) Feb 2003 – Royal Academy of Engineering Journal

Comparison of four different emergency airway access sets on a human patient simulator.
(Vadodaria BS, Gandhi SD & McIndoe AK).
Anaesthesia. January 2004; 59: 73-79.

Continuous Auditory Monitoring. How well can we estimate absolute and changing heart rates? Can this be improved? (Molyneux MK, McIndoe AK, Lovell AT)
Anaesthesia Points West. 2005; 38(2): 19-22.

High latent drug administration error rates associated with the introduction of the international colour coding syringe labelling system.
(Haslam GM, Sims C, McIndoe AK, Saunders J, Lovell AT)
European Journal of Anaesthesiology, Volume 23, Issue 02, Feb 2006, pp 165-168

How much does fatigue affect anaesthetic ability?
(Sherman L, McIndoe A, Martindale S, Taylor L)
Anaesthesia Points West, Volume 39, Issue 01, Spring 2006, pp 35-38

Integrating Simulation Training into the Nursing Curriculum.
(Amanda Wilford et al.)
British Journal of Nursing, 2006, Vol 15, No 11

Training for Shoulder Dystocia: A Trial of Simulation Using Low-Fidelity and High-Fidelity Mannequins.
(Joanna F. Crofts, Christine Bartlett, Denise Ellis, Linda P. Hunt, Robert Fox, and Timothy J. Draycott)
Obstetrics & Gynecology 2006;108:1477-1485

Change in knowledge of midwives and obstetricians following obstetric emergency training: a randomised controlled trial of local hospital, simulation centre and teamwork training.
(JF Crofts, D Ellis, TJ Draycott, C Winter, LP Hunt, VA Akande)
BJOG, 2007, 114: 12; 1534-1541

Patient-actor perception of care: a comparison of obstetric emergency training using manikins and patient-actors
(J F Crofts, C Bartlett, D Ellis, C Winter, F Donald, L P Hunt, T J Draycott)
Qual Saf Health Care 2008;17:20-24 doi:10.1136/qshc.2006.021873

High-level simulators in emergency department education: thoughts from the trainers’ perspective.
(Lloyd G, Kendall J, Meek S, Younge P)
Emerg Med J 2007;24:288-291 doi:10.1136/emj.2006.033779

Abnormal drug responses with adrenaline on an educational paediatric simulator: the measurement of the responses and correction of the pharmacological model parameters.
(Tooley MA, Lauder GL, Lovell AT)
Physiol. Meas. 2007; 28 1237

Managing emergencies in paediatric anaesthesia (MEPA). A national collaborative simulation project.
(Molyneux MK)
The Royal College of Anaesthetists Bulletin 2007; 43: 2197-9.

The use of the BERCI DCI® Video Laryngoscope for teaching novices direct laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation
(Low D, Healy D, Rasburn N)
Anaesthesia Volume 63, Issue 2, pages 195–201, February 2008

Student experiences and mentor views of the use of simulation for learning.
(Moule P, Wilford A, Sales R, Lockyer L)
Nurse Education Today 2008; 28: 7: 790-7

Trainee-led training in difficult airway rescue techniques.
(Gatward J, Wharton N, Porter M, Barnes D, Gibbon G)
Royal College of Anaesthetists Bulletin 52, November 2008: 2670-2

La simulación en la enseñanza de la Enfermería.
(Amanda Wilford et al.)
Metas de Enferm Oct 2009; 12(8): 14-18.

Can the use of simulation support pre-registration nursing students in familiarising themselves with clinical skills before consolidating them in practice?
(Amanda Wilford RN, Dip Anc, et al.)
Report to the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Nov 2006

Shifting the learning curve (data from BMSC Sim database)
(Reynolds T, Kong M-L)
BMJ 2010; 341:c6260

Quality Time – Standing up for Doctors
The value of consultants’ Supporting Professional Activities to the NHS
BMA Publications November 2010

Simulating patient transport
(Wai Tam)
Health Global, December 2010 : pp72-73

High stakes simulation in anaesthesia
Andrew McIndoe
Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain 2012; doi: 10.1093/bjaceaccp/mks034

Development of the orpheus perfusion simulator for use in high-fidelity extracorporeal membrane oxygenation simulation.
Lansdowne, W., Machin, D., & Grant, D. J
The Journal of Extra-Corporeal Technology 2012, 44(4), 250–255

Training using medical simulation
Grant, D. J., & Marriage, S. C.
Archives of Disease in Childhood 2012, 97(3), 255–259. doi:10.1136/archdischild-2011-300592

Improving Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation With a CPR Feedback Device and Refresher Simulations (CPR CARES Study): A Randomized Clinical Trial.
Cheng, A., Brown, L. L., Duff, J. P., Davidson, J., Overly, F., Tofil, N. M., Grant D., et al.
JAMA Pediatrics 2014. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2014.2616

A year as a military fellow in clinical simulation, teaching and research
Major Claire Gaunt & Dr Claire Jones
Royal College of Anaesthetists – Bulletin 81 September 2013

 

Published Abstracts, Letters & Reviews

The Bristol Medical Simulation Centre. (Tooley MA).
IEE Digest, Volume 1998, Issue 526, p7

The BODY Simulation System for Anaesthesiology (Version 4.57). (McIndoe AK, Mather S).
CTICM Update, Volume 9:2 p27. January 1999. ISSN 0 958-3238.

An audit of the use of alarms in anaesthetic practice. (Cohen A, Roberts DJS, McIndoe AK).
British Journal of Anaesthesia 1999; 83: 525p-526p.

High level simulators. (Lloyd G).
Journal of Accident & Emergency Medicine 2000; 17: 309p-311p.

A study of Gereral Practitioner refresher courses. (McIndoe AK, Jones AJ).
European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2003; 20: 848.

Continuous auditory monitoring. How well do we estimate absolute and changing heart rates? Can this be improved?
(Molyneux MK, McIndoe AK, Lovell AT). Anesth Analg 2004; 98: S31.

Introduction of the ISO syringe labelling system is associated with a high latent error rate.
(Haslam GM, McIndoe AK, Sims K, Lovell AT). BJA 2004; 93: 166-7p.

A national collaborative simulation project: paediatric anaesthetic emergencies.
(Molyneux M, Lauder G) Paediatric Anaesthesia 2006; 16: 1302

Modelling desflurane in the human patient simulator. (Tooley M, Thorne G, Mather S, Lovell T).
Simulation in Healthcare: The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. 1(3):183, Fall 2006.

Scenario training as an adjunct to the DAS guidelines.
(McIndoe AK). Difficult Airway Society – Annual Scientific Meeting 2010

 

Oral Presentations (International)

Simulation training of medical students and anaesthetists in Bristol – experience and evaluation. (McIndoe AK)
US Society for Technology in Anaesthesia Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, January 1998.

The Bristol Medical Simulation Centre: Its place in ALS training and equipment evaluation. (McIndoe AK)
4th Pan-European Conference on Emergency Medical Systems, Croatia, August 1998.

Audible monitoring – a comparison of fixed and variable pitch oximetry. (McIndoe AK)
US Society for Education in Anesthesia Meeting, Rochester, New York, June 1999.

Inhalational pharmacokinetics & low flow anaesthesia workshop. (McIndoe AK, Forrest FC, Mather SJ)
US Society for Education in Anesthesia Meeting, Rochester, New York, June 1999.

Conflict resolution in the OR. (McIndoe AK, Forrest FC)
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, Jan 2001.

Intensive care training and simulators? (McIndoe AK)
Societat Catalana D’Anestesiologia Reanimació I Terapèutica Del Dolor & SASWR Annual Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, May 2001.

Emergency airway access. (McIndoe AK)
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, San Diego, California, Jan 2003.

Does learning on a simulator enhance long-term retention of knowledge? (McIndoe AK)
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Jan 2004 (Prize).

Critical Incident Management. (McIndoe AK)
SASWR Annual Meeting, Bologna, Italy, May 2004.

Medical Simulation to Teach Strategies and Provide Practice for the Management of Paediatric Anaesthetic Emergencies.
(Molyneux M) SESAM Annual Meeting, Bristol, 2005.

The passage of a single patient through the emergency system using ECS and HPS. (McIndoe AK, Wilford A)
SESAM Annual Meeting, Oporto, Portugal, June 2006.

Advanced trauma workshop. (McIndoe AK, Grimes S, Richardson T) Annual Scientific Meeting, South of Ireland Society of Anaesthetists, Cork, September 2006.

Workshop: demonstrating how clinical simulations were used for recognition of deteriorating health and management of critical illness of the cardiovascular patient using METI Emergency Care Simulator (ECS).
(Sibley S)
SESAM (Society in Europe for simulation applied to medicine), June 2007.

The use of simulators in team training for critical incidents. (McIndoe AK)
Euroanaesthesia 2008, Copenhagen.

Utilising on-site simulation to reform registered nurse education in Paediatric Intensive Care. (Caroline Haines & Sandra Batcheler) IPSSW 2009; Florence, Italy

Simulating the transfer of critically-ill children: development of a UK national course for retrieval practitioners: The ADEPT course. (David Grant & Stephen Marriage). IPSSW 2009; Florence, Italy

MEPA: A national simulation course: Managing Emergencies in Paediatric Anaesthesia. (Matthew Molyneux, Philippa Seal, Alison Cloote) IPSSW 2009; Florence, Italy

Paediatric simulation outreach programme. (Patricia Weir, Juli Talmud, Hilary Robinson) IPSSW 2009; Florence, Italy

Simulation as an educational tool in paediatrics: invited workshop (David Grant)
Society in Europe for Simulation as Applied to Medicine 2009; Mainz, Germany

UK Foundation Doctors Clinical Scenario Workshop: Measuring Clinical Skills against NICE guidelines. (Kaj Kamalanathan, Stephen J Mather, Sarah Sibley, Amit Goswami)
Society in Europe for Simulation Applied Annual Scientific Meeting June 2009, Maine. (Prize winning presentation)

Paediatric simulation curriculum development / Collaboratives in simulation: expert panel presentations (David Grant) Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2010; Phoenix, Arizona

Workshop/demo of thoracic simulation (Molyneux M, Rasburn N)
EACTA 2010 Edinburgh

Using simulators to perform high stakes assessments: lessons learned from the UK FRCA examinations (McIndoe AK)
Keynote Address – HPSN Mainz 2011; Germany

Using simulation to improve nurses’ assessment and management skills of caring for critically ill patients (Sibley S, Jones CL) SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

The New-2-ICU Course; Evidence Based Training on the ICU. (Georgiou A, presented by Muchatuta N) SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

Human Factors Training for Dentists and Maxillofacial Trainees. (Jones CL, McIndoe A, Sibley S)
SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

Teaching Neuroanaesthesia using Simulation. A pilot study. (Kamalanathan K)
SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

Scenario design for high stakes simulation-based assessment. (McIndoe A, Wilford A)
SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

The Role of Simulation in Critical Care. (Georgiou A, Muchatuta N, Garcia Marquez M)
SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

Using candidates’ interpretation of pre-prepared standardised video-recorded simulations as a measure of clinical awareness skills. (McIndoe A, Gaunt C, Sibley S, Kamalanathan K, Kozlowski R, Grant D) SESAM
(Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Paris, June 2013

High Quality Debriefing Of Technical Skills: Implementation Of A Practical Approach. (Grant D)
IPSSW, Vienna, April 2014

iTRUST Debriefing: Optimising Debrief Impact. (Grant D) SESAM
(Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Poznan, Poland, June 2014

Crisis Resource Management and role of simulation. (Grant D)
1st National Simulation Conference India, Hyderabad, India, September 2014

Simulation Applications in Intensive Care. (Grant D)
South African Critical Care Conference, Cape Town, November 2014

Human Factors And Team Training: Role of Simulation. (Grant D)
South African Critical Care Conference, Cape Town, November 2014

Simulation- Vehicle to improved Patient Safety and Organizational Learning. (Grant D)
SESAM MENA Conference, Dubai, February 2015

 

Oral Presentations (National)

Medical Simulation – The Bristol Experience. (McIndoe AK, Wilkins D)
SCATA Meeting, Nottingham, November 1997.

Human factors and team training in trauma. (McIndoe AK)
Royal College of Surgeons, London, June 1998.

Alarms – A user’s perspective. (McIndoe AK)
Colloquium on medical device alarms, Institute of Electrical Engineers, Oct. 1998.

Could patient simulators have a role to play in paramedic training?
Training the paramedic trainers, Royal College of Anaesthetists, London, May 1999.

Cause for alarm? (Cohen A, Roberts D, McIndoe A)
Anaesthetic Research Society, Plymouth, July 1999.

Teaching SHOs in a simulator. (McIndoe AK)
‘How to teach’ course, Royal College of Anaesthetists, London, January 2000.

Medicine and machines – the electrocardiogram. (McIndoe AK)
BBC Radio 4,  July 4th 2001.

The role of simulators in continuing medical education, appraisal and assessment. (Jones R, McIndoe AK)
Association of Anaesthetists NCCG symposium, Bedford Square, London, October 2001.

Teams and crises. (McIndoe AK)
The Category 1 Caesarean Section symposium. AAGBI, London 2002 & 2003.

Strategies for critical incident management (five workshops). (McIndoe AK, Grimes S)
GAT annual scientific meeting, Bristol, September 2003.

Heart Attacks . (McIndoe AK)
BBC Radio 4, Case Notes 5, May 4th 2004.

Critical incident management. (McIndoe AK)
CME Day. Royal College of Anaesthetists & Association of Anaesthetists, London, Nov 2003 & Nov 2004.

Strategies for critical incident management (three workshops). (McIndoe AK, Forrest FC)
AAGBI annual meeting, Cardiff, September 2004

Introducing Simulation into Education in the Clinical Area. (Sibley S)
Using Simulation in the Preceptorship period in intensive care (Sibley S) Integrating Simulation Into Healthcare Education National Conference, May 2005.

The Human Patient Simulator: Volatile anaesthetic agents – modelling of Vaporiser in circuit. (Mather SJ)
Association for Low Flow Anaesthesia Annual Scientific Meeting, July 2005.

M.E.P.A. Managing Emergencies in Paediatric Anaesthesia (Molyneux MK)
National Association of Medical Simulators. London, 2006

A National Collaborative Project: Medical Simulation to Teach Strategies and Provide Practice for the Management of Paediatric Anaesthetic Emergencies. (Molyneux M). Association of Paediatric Anaesthetists. Cardiff. 2006.

Workshop: Using METI Human Patient Simulator (HPS) to introduce LiDCO within a regional cardiac intensive care unit to care for patients who require cardiac output monitoring. (Sibley S)
BACCN (British Association for Critical Care Nurses) national conference, Sep 2006.

Non-modelled versus computer modelled simulation training – the continuum of low-to-high fidelity simulation – an overview of the use of simulation training in paediatrics. (Sibley S)
Association of Paediatric Resuscitation Officers (APRO) Special Interest Day, Bristol, June 2007.

Workshop: ’Moulage Rouge’ – The use of moulage in simulation to add realism to clinical scenarios.
(Sibley S)
UK Simulation in Nursing Education Conference, June 2007.

Workshop: Laerdal users workshop a practical overview of using SimMan and SimBaby and adding realism into scenarios with the use of moulage. (Sibley S)
Welsh Simulators Meeting, Glamorgan University, Feb 2008
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Workshop:’ Moulage Rouge – The Encore’ – Further use of moulage in simulation adds realism to the clinical scenarios. (Sibley S)
Presentation: Determining the value of simulation training in nurse education – a literature review (Sibley S)
UK Simulation in Nursing Education Conference, June 2008.

The use of simulation in paediatric training (Stephen Marriage & David Grant)
Presentation to the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health National Educators Meeting. : RCPCH, 2009

Developing simulation for mass casualty events. (David Grant & Stephen Marriage)
National Association of Medical Simulators 2009; Manchester, UK

The art of debriefing: invited lecture (David Grant) National Paediatric Simulation Symposium 2009; Orpington, UK

Workshop: Improved Recognition of the Critically Ill Patient; an Interprofessional Approach to Simulation Training
(Sibley S) UK Simulation in Nursing Education Conference, Glamorgan University, June 2009.

One Lung thoracic simulation (Molyneux M, Rasburn N)
ACTA 2009 Blackpool

Simulation in Anaesthesia. (McIndoe AK)
Royal College of Anaesthetists – Recent Advances Meeting, Birmingham, December 2009.

The role of simulation training in minimising human error. (McIndoe AK)
Session chair – Errors and aftermaths
Royal College of Anaesthetists – Anniversary Meeting, London, April 2010.

One Lung Anaesthesia & Thoracic Simulation (Natasha Joshi)
ACTA 2010 Brighton

Update in thoracic anaesthesia (Molyneux MK)
AAGBI 2010

Perinatal and paediatric simulation delivery – the current UK picture (Grant D)
2nd Annual Neonatal Simulation Conference, Leicester, November 2010.

Setting Up Point of Care Simulation in a Paediatric Tertiary Centre (Noble A)
UK Simulation Nursing Education Conference, Leeds , June 2012

Simulation Applied to Paediatric Medicine: Achieving Excellence (Grant D)
RCPCH Wales Annual Meeting, Cardiff, March 2012

Future developments of Surgical Simulation (Grant D)
Royal Society of Medicine, London, February 2013.

Simulation as educational vehicle to Excellence of Care Delivery (Grant D)
Annual National UK Perfusion Society Meeting Bristol , October 2014

 

Poster Presentations

Audible monitoring – a comparison of fixed and variable pitch oximetry. (McIndoe AK, Craven RM).
US Society for Education in Anesthesia Meeting, Rochester, New York, June 1999.

Teaching paediatric recovery skills with ‘PaedACCESS’ and ‘Pediasim’ (Lauder GL, Forrest FC, McIndoe AK).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia Meeting,,Phoenix, Arizona, Jan 2001.

Human factors training in the UK – are we having an effect? (Grimes SB, McIndoe AK).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia Meeting,,Phoenix, Arizona, Jan 2001.

Bristol Medical Simulation Centre – an overview of activities and finances. (Forrest FC, Jones AJ, McIndoe AK, Tooley MA).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, Jan 2001.

Training UK novice anaesthetists on a high-fidelity simulator. (Forrest FC, Oram M).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, Jan 2001.

Teaching paediatric recovery skills with simulators. (Lauder GL, Forrest FC, McIndoe AK).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, Jan 2001.

The Human Patient Simulator for Assessment of Operating Department Practitioners (Forrest FC, Fouque C, Bowers M, Teague J)
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, Jan 2002.

An International Survey of Simulation Centres. (Jones AJ, Forrest FC, Glavin R)
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, Jan 2002.

A study of General Practitioner refresher courses. (McIndoe AK, Jones AJ).
SESAM, Santander, Spain, May 2002.

Simulation based NCCG training. (Jones R, McIndoe AK).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, San Diego, California, Jan 2003.

Evaluation and correction for haemodynamic drug modelling in a paediatric simulator. (Lovell AT, Tooley MA, Lauder GR).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, San Diego, California, Jan 2003.

A useful application of a technical scoring system: identification and subsequent correction of inadequacies of an anaesthetic assistants training programme.
(Forrest FC, Bowers M).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, San Diego, California, Jan 2003.

Emergency airway access. (Vadodaria B, Gandhi S, McIndoe AK).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, San Diego, California, Jan 2003.

Does learning on a simulator enhance long-term retention of knowledge? (McIndoe AK, Grimes S, Black A).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Jan 2004.

Continuous Auditory Monitoring. How well can we estimate absolute and changing heart rates? Can this be improved?  (Molyneux M, McIndoe AK, Lovell AT).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Jan 2004.

Teaching junior clinical dental students to manage unpredicted medical emergencies with the help of a human patient simulator (McIndoe AK, Jones AJ).
US Society for Technology in Anesthesia & IMMS Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Jan 2004.

Managing Emergencies in Paediatric Anaesthesia. Poster. (Molyneux MK et al.)
Society of Anaesthetists of the South West Region. Guernsey. 2008

Transport of the Critically Ill Patient; a course for nurses and healthcare professionals
(Sibley S).
SESAM (Society in Europe for simulation applied to medicine) June 2009.

Using Simulation to train Foundation Doctors in Bristol in Human Factors and to work as a team. (Kamalanathan K, McIndoe AK, Sibley S).
SESAM (Society in Europe for simulation applied to medicine) Granada. June 2011.

Point of Care Simulation in the Emergency Department (Jones CL, Sibley S, Bourdeaux C)
SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

Point of Care Simulation on the Medical Assessment Unit (Jones CL, Sibley S, Bourdeaux C)
SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

Location and an Element of Surprise is Important. (Sibley S, Lawson A, Jones CL)
SESAM (Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine), Stavanger, June 2012

Location and an Element of Surprise is Important. (Sibley S, Lawson A, Jones CL)
UK Simulation Nursing Education Conference, Leeds , June 2012

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