Courses

MOMS   London School of Paediatrics Simulation Course

This is a one day course using lectures, high fidelity patient simulation and debriefing. It will allow the participant time to practice their skills, re-enforce their knowledge and apply these in the multidisciplinary simulated obstetric emergency environment.

 

This longstanding, London School of Paediatrics course has been created to support the continued development of all paediatric trainees. Candidates at ST3 level have been taking part in this course for several years and this programme is now open for applications from ST1 trainees & paediatric nurses.

The programme has been divided into two separate elements over different days.

Full Immersion: Uses high-fidelity manikins to create simulated scenarios which will focus on crisis resource management. This will enable trainees to become more comfortable managing specific scenarios, together with developing their team-working and communication skills.

Part Task: The second element comprises two focused segments:

  • Technical training skills (for example basic and advanced airway management) using part-task trainers.
  • Communication training scenarios using actors in simulated roles.
  • Course Fee: Not Applicable

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Postgraduate Acute Care Simulation course   Preceptorship

This one day course is aimed at Registered Nurses and Foundation Year doctors.

This course provides candidates the opportunity to explore multidisciplinary working and managing acutely unwell and deteriorating patients under local and national guidelines.

 

This one day course is for newly qualified nurses (4–6 months). During the course candidates will explore:

  • Recognition and Management of Medical Emergencies
  • Team working 
  • Leadership 
  • Principles of Human Factors
  • Internal CW/WM candidates only
Simulation Instructor Training   Simulation Training in Neonatal Emergency (STiNE)

A two-day multi-professional course providing comprehensive simulation training. The course reinforces the principles of Human Factors whilst providing instruction on how to choose and run scenarios, plan a timetable, manage group dynamics as well as explore debriefing techniques.

  • Internal and external candidates welcome (August course is strictly internal education fellows only)
  • Course fee: £450
  • To register please email chelwest.simulation@nhs.net
 

This course will move beyond the traditional passive model of neonatal resuscitation education. Through immersion in intense, dynamic and complex simulation scenarios and constructive video debriefings, attendees will practice key cognitive, technical and behavioural skills necessary to achieve optimal performance in unpredictable neonatal emergencies.

Undergraduate Acute Care Simulation Course    

This course is aimed at final year medical students on their Emergency Care attachment and aims to equip the student in the recognition and management of the acutely unwell patient in a variety of clinical settings. During this one day course students will have the opportunity explore leadership styles, multidisciplinary team working and explore aspects of Human Factors.

  • Imperial College Medical Students only—book through Imperial College London FEO
 

 

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