International Journal of Healthcare Simulation

Published in the International Journal of Healthcare Simulation

We’re proud to announce that a number of our team have had articles published in the International Journal of Healthcare Simulation!

In November 2021, a number of our team were accepted to present at the Annual ASPiH Conference, the title of which was Moving Upstream: Using simulation to improve systems. After this conference, these team members had their work published in the International Journal of Healthcare Simulation.

Our team had their work published under the following banners:

  • In Practice
  • Innovations

Firstly, Lynn Garland, our Lead Educator, wrote about her Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic Experience, and how she successfully used simulation as a tool to create and test systems.

Secondly, Jessica Smith and Abigail Tyer, (Paediatric Coordinator and F2 Sim Fellow) wrote about their innovative project using simulation to train parents in the care of children who are being discharged with Long-Term Ventilation via a tracheostomy.

Finally, Andy Boult, Community Outreach Simulation Programme Coordinator, steered our Community Outreach Simulation Programme through the online world of Covid-19, encouraging young people across Bristol & Weston to consider NHS careers.

We’re delighted that the achievements of our team members have been recognised on an international stage and we’re proud of their hard work. Congratulations are also in order for all other individuals and organisations who had their work published in this journal – it’s been fantastic to see simulation being used as such an effective tool across the world, even in the midst of a global pandemic. We’re proud to be part of this international movement in healthcare education.

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