Melanie Barlow, Dr Sarah Janssens, Stephanie Barwick and Sharon Clipperton from Mater Education’s simulation team, presented at the 2018 International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare in Los Angeles this week.
Presenting in collaboration with the Center for Medical Simulation (CMS), the Mater Education team delivered a series of insightful workshops to other simulation experts, as part of the “Making the Impossible Possible” themed-conference, which attracted approximately 3000 delegates from around the world.
Mater Education’s Director of Simulation, Melanie Barlow said the team has established invaluable networks with other global simulation experts.
“It’s great to be able to help develop the skills and abilities of the international simulation community. No doubt this will help strengthen and develop Mater’s simulation capability and continue to improve patient safety, clinical feedback, and professional education," said Melanie Barlow.
To learn how you can use simulation-based education, as a safe and effective teaching method for clinical, behavioural and cognitive skills, register for Simulation as Teaching Tool (20-23 February 2018): an immersive four-day program, developed by the Center for Medical Simulation.