Preliminary Program
As of 1 Feb 2015
*Subject to change
Limited seats available for pre-conference workshops
Topic
Workshop Director
Duration
Venue
Rate
Mon 23-Tue 24 Feb
Workshop 1 – TRAUMA FX casuality simulation & make-up training course
Linzi Foxcroft & Joanna Parvin
2 full days
Emergency Department,
MBR-AMC, DHCC
US$ 1000
A two day course; teaching basic – advanced level CASSIM effects, ideal for training providers, wishing to learn the more complex key skills and traumatic injuries and have guidance in producing CASSIM to a higher level.
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Website link : www.traumafx.co.uk/training-courses/
Tue 24 Feb
Workshop 2 – Writing for Publication
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Nick Sevdalis
Full day
Lecture hall 1, Level 1
DHCC
US$ 250
Tue 24 Feb
Workshop 3 – Google Glass and other wearable technologies in Healthcare Innovation
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Homero Rivas & Julian Beltran
Half day
Lecture hall 4, Level 1
DHCC
US$ 250
Tue 24 Feb
Workshop 4 – Flying High and Safe – Flight Simulation in Practice
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Nicklas Dahlstrom
Full day
Emirates Training College, Garhoud
Building A, Second Floor
Complimentary
Shuttle Bus:
*please reserve your seat in advance
*excluded
coffee breaks
and lunch
Tue 24 Feb
Workshop 5 – Debriefing Models for Healthcare Simulation
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David Grant
Full day
Lecture hall 2, Level 1
DHCC
US$ 200
Tue 24 Feb
Workshop 6 – Inter-professional curriculum
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Pamela Jeffries
Half day
Lecture hall 5, Level 1
DHCC
US$ 200
Time
Program
08:00 – 09:30
Registration
10:00 – 10:30
Opening Ceremony – Auditorium G Floor
Opening Ceremony to the 2nd UAE Clinical Simulation Conference in collaboration with 1st SESAM MENA conference
10:30 – 11:15
Key Note Presentation by
Pamela Jeries – Auditorium G Floor
Professor School of Nursing Johns Hopkins University, Past President of The Society for Simulation in Healthcare, USA ”Clinical versus simulation: outcomes, the evidence, and the possibilities’
11:15 – 11:30
Networking Coffee Break
Exhibition area
11:30 – 13:00
Parallel Sessions
Atrium  G Floor
Technical innovations in simulation
Lecture Hall 1
Using simulation to improve professional performance
Lecture Hall 2
Simulation and development of non technical skills
Lecture Hall 4
Simulation to improve patient safety & quality of patient care
Lecture Hall 5
Changing behaviors through simulation
David Halliwell
The Prosimex Immersive Classroom – Situated Medical Education
Joanne Davies
Elaine Sigalet
Wendy McCracken
Kaylene Henderson
Dr Joseph Shumway
Dr Mahmud Mustafa
Dr Guy Brisseau

An Introduction to Debriefing Workshop
Kevin Michael
Disaster Simulation Exercise
Louise Price
Values Based Simulation

Hani Lababidi
Medical Simulation Initiatives in Saudi Arabia

Nadia Bouamria
Cardiac Arrest Training nurses of intensive care unit with simulation

Sawsan Alyousef
The Efficacy of Medical Simulation Course on Improving Ultrasound-Guided Central Venous Catheter Insertion

Gabrielle Tracy McClelland
Cultural influences on the adoption of simulation as an educational innovation among health care professionals

Michael Wessels
Teaching the teachers – What education and training needs arise among teachers through the use of simulation in the education of EMS personnel in the German health care system

Kjetil Torgeirsen
Developing a model for technical skill training based on research and experience

Karima Medjoub
Do Not Attempt to Resuscitate (DNAR): knowledge and misconceptions amongst junior doctors and their dilemma when implementing an order. Can we identify these issues and alter misconceptions using simulation?

13:00 – 14:30
Networking Lunch and prayers
14:30 – 15:15
Nick Sevdalis
Professor, Implementation Science, Patient Safety, King’s College London; Editor in Chief of BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning, UK
Simulation in healthcare: From generating the evidence to implementing in practice –
– the good, the bad and the ugly
15:15 – 15:30
Networking Break
Exhibition area
15:30 – 16:40
Parallel Sessions
Lecture Hall 1
Using simulation to improve professional performance
Lecture Hall 2
Using simulation to improve professional performance
Lecture Hall 3
Simulation to improve patient safety & quality of patient care
Lecture Hall 4
Gold sponsor :
Al Mazroui
Case Method Hall
Gold sponsor :
Leader Healthcare
Rajaa Alhiani
Assessment of the Quality of Educational environment During Undergraduate Clinical Teaching Years in the King Abdul Aziz University, College of Medicine in Saudi Arabia

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M Jawad Hashim
Professional competency assessment using clinical simulation – the novel CERT format
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Rasha Omer
Development of a Joint Injection/Aspiration Simulation Course for Specialty Trainees in Rheumatology

Baljit Kaur
Airway Management Simulation Training for Novice Nursing Students: An Observational Study
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Alan Batt
Using simulation, feedback and intensive coaching to improve professional performance of resuscitation skills amongst Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics in the UAE
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Nadia El Asmar
The Challenges of Debriefing With Difficult Student
Vanda  Abi Raad
How to implement simulation based education in a new medical school
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Irma Manjavidze
Teaching and Assessment Using Simulation to Improve Patient Care
Dervis Demirtas
Epona Medical
NENA Sim Emergency scenario training with the use of a (infant) mannequin
Amanda Wilford, Judit Vigh CAE Healthcare
Formative Assessment in Healthcare Education : Solutions and Strategies
16:45 – 17:30
Expert panel:
Simulation: The Heart of Patient Safety – Atrium G Floor
How can simulation change the culture of professional practice within the UAE?
*Each presenter will give a 5 minute response to the question
17:30 – 17:45
Close of the first day of the conference
Social event – A taste of Arabia
Time
Topic
08:00 – 09:00
Registration
09:00 – 09:45
Keynote Presentation by David Grant – Auditorium G Floor
Chairman, Bristol Medical Simulation Centre; President International Pediatric Simulation Society, UK
Simulation: Vehicle to Improved Patient Safety and Organizational Learning
09:45 – 10:15
Keynote Presentation by Ralf Krage (President, SESAM) & Stefan Gisin (Vice-President, SESAM) – Auditorium G Floor
The benefits and value of simulation societies
10:15 – 11:00
Keynote Presentation by Debra Nestel – Auditorium G Floor
Professor of Simulation Education in Healthcare, Monash University, Australia
A national programme for simulation educators: Developing a community of practice
11:00 – 11:25
Networking Coffee Break
Exhibition area
11:30 – 13:00
Parallel Sessions
Lecture Hall 1
Simulation to improve patient safety & quality of patient care
Lecture Hall 2
Using simulation to improve professional performance
Lecture Hall 3
Technical innovations in simulation
Lecture Hall 4
Technical innovations in simulation
Lecture Hall 5
Platinum sponsor : Mubadra
Karima  Medjoub
A simulated burns course using Moulage: can we use it to help trainees and other healthcare professionals improve their confidence by increasing the realism of simulation?
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Jack Simpson
Review of a pilot study, introducing Lab Tutor™ software to final year nursing students (n=95) with the aim of improving their simulated learning experience
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Joanne Barrott
Juan Antonio Muro Sans
Mock Operations: Utilizing in-situ simulations to operationalize a Greenfield Hospital
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Dick Van Groeningen
TOST, Training Obstetric Emergencies & Trauma through Simulation, a team approach
Dag Erik Lutaes
To boldly go where no anaesthesiologist has ever gone before. Training pre-hospital stroke diagnostics including cranial computer tomography and blood analysis
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Aruna Samuel
Can we use High Fidelity Simulator to teach Clinical Health Assessment for nursing students to improve performance?
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Maha Aljuaid
Using Simulation to Improve Professional Performance of Critical Care Nurses at King Abdul- Aziz Medical City, Riyadh
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Fikri Abu-Zidan
Teaching of bedside trauma e-fast for UAE University medical students
Abdulaziz Boker
Integration of high- fidelity simulation in undergraduate curricula:   7-year lessons learned the hard way!
Ryan Eling
Simulator Programming Basics for Laerdal 3G and Gaumard UNI platforms
Sleiman El Murr
International BDM
B-Line Medical

Small details that really matter when building your simulation center

13:00 – 14:30
Networking Lunch & prayers.
(Meeting for those interested in forming the UAE simulation users network & the UAE simulation technicians network)
Poster presentations from 13.30
14:30 – 15:20
Parallel Sessions
Lecture Hall 1
Technical innovations in simulation
Lecture Hall 2
Technical innovations in simulation
Lecture Hall 3
Using simulation to improve professional performance
Lecture Hall 4
Simulation and development of non technical skills
Ryan Eling
SimGHOSTS & The Evolution of the Simulation Technology Specialist
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Sawsan Alyousef
Simulation centres : Challenges and solutions
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Anthony Wales
Augment the immersive experience of the student during high fidelity simulation, resulting in an improvement of patient assessment skills
Vernon Naidoo
Simulating on a Whiteboard: Visually Enhanced Mental Simulation
Balakrishnan Ashokka
Technological innovations in cardiac anaesthesia simulation: enhancing realism & transfer of learning
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Lena Heimvik
Training offshore emergency teams
Karima Medjoub
Tunnel vision: how good are final year medical students in identifying differential diagnosis on a busy ward round: a simulated ward round at the university of Edinburgh
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Rex Morais
Cardiac Anaesthesia Simulation Training (CAST)
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Rasha Omer

Simulation in Sexual Health:Using simulation to Teach Junior Doctors Technical Skills in Genitourinary Medicine
15:20 – 15:40
Networking Coffee Break

Exhibition area

15:40 – 16:25
Keynote Presentation by Homero Rivas – Auditorium G Floor
Assistant Professor& Director of Innovative Surgery, Standford University, USA
Google Glass and Digital Health in Clinical Simulation
16:25 – 17:10
Expert panel:
Simulation: The Heart of Patient Safety – Atrium G Floor
Simulation: Should, and if so, how can simulation be used for assessing the performance of clinical practice?
17:10 – 17:30
Closing ceremony including prizes and conference photograph
Dress code: Conference business attire