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Main Conference Programme

The S3 Conference 2019 will be held over 4.5 days in Academia, Singapore  from 21 to 25 October. Pre-Conference Workshops will begin from 21 - 23 October, with the Main Conference commencing from 23 - 25 October. The Conference will present a wide array of simulation topics geared at transforming the learning of healthcare professionals. 

The Call for Programme Proposals has closed on 30 April, and the Committee is reviewing the submissions. Shortlisted programmes will be added to this page once details are confirmed. Bookmark this page for the latest programme updates!

           

Time             DAY ONE | 23 OCTOBER 2019
1100
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1250
Registration
1325
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1340
OPENING CEREMONY

Welcome Address by Co-Organising Chairperson
Dr Chong Shin Yuet, Senior Consultant, Dept of Anaesthesiology, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Opening Address by Guest-of-Honour
Dr Amy Khor, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Health, Singapore

1340
​-
1425
Keynote Lecture by Dr David John Grant
Learning by Design, Not Chance: Approaches in Healthcare Simulation to Foster Innovation and Adaptability
1425
​-
1500

Break, Exhibitions and Poster Displays

1500
-
1630

Parallel Sessions
Faculty Development & Debreifing Assessment Using Simulation Curriculum Design & Development Patient Safety & Quality Improve-ment Technology & Innovation Administra-tion & Centre Management Inter
professional Education​
Technology & Innovation Faculty Development & Debriefing 
Debriefing: Facilitating Reflection Through AI Technique​
Developing Tools for Assess-ment in Simulation Standard-ised Tools to Design & Evaluate Clinical Simulation Program-mes Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation                     Immersive Medical Education Using Virtual Reality - Understand-ing The Problem That Is Being Solved                   Effective Design and Manage-ment of a Simulation Centre Cutting Through The Centre: Et TU In-Situ? Can and Should In-Situ Replace Centre-Based Crisis Resource Manage-ment?  Basic Moulage for Simulatio-nists An Introduct-ory Hands-On Workshop for H&L Injection & Ultrasound Guided Therapeu-tics
1630
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1645

Break,
Exhibitions and Poster Displays
​1645
-
1730
Expert Panel
How Immersive Media Technology is Changing the Education Landscape
1830
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2200
Reception Night
Light refreshments and drinks will be served

ÚChartered buses will ferry delegates to Reception Night venue from 1740.
END OF DAY ONE PROGRAMME

     
Time             DAY TWO  | 24 OCTOBER 2019
0800
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0830

Registration
0845
-
0930

Keynote Lecture by Prof Bernard Morrey​
Impediments in the Successful Implementation of New Medical Technology

0930
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1000

Break,
Exhibitions and Poster Displays

1000
-
1130

Parallel Sessions
Faculty Development & Debriefing Faculty Development & Debriefing Curriculum Design & Development Curriculum Design & Development Inter​professional Education Technology & Innovation Technology & Innovation Faculty Development & Debriefing Technology & Innovation
Guided Reflection Using the DeBRIEF Model
Creating and Maintain-ing Psychologically Safe Learning Environ-ments
Musculo-skeletal Skills Training in Singapore and Malaysia: Challenges, Directions and Opportuni-ties in a Techno-logical Age

A Practical Guide on Implemen-ting Simulation into Healthcare Curriculum



Harnessing Stress in Simulated Escape Situations to Foster Interprofe-ssional Education
IT and AV for In-Situ Simulation
Serious Games in Health Education
Avoiding The Myths in Human Factors Simulation Moulage on a Budget
1130
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1210

Poster Presentation
1210
-
1310

Lunch and Exhibitions

1310
-
1440

Parallel Sessions
Curriculum Design & Development Inter
professional Education
Curriculum Design & Development Inter​professional Education Curriculum Design & Development Technology & Innovation Curriculum Design & Development Technology & Innovation
Scenario Design: Tips, Tricks and Resources
The Impact of Communi-cation Training

Learning Lab

Scenario Programm-ing with Laerdal Sim-Designer
Implemen-ting an Interprofe-ssional Simulation Program-me
Storyboard-ing for Scenario Develop-ment
Articulate! Interactive Scenarios in 90 Minutes
Difficult Debriefing Situations: Tips and Strategies SIMS Games Challenge
1440
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1510

Break, Exhibitions and Poster Displays

1510
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1640

Parallel Sessions
Administra-tion & Centre Management Curriculum Design & Development Technology & Innovation Curriculum Design & Development Operations Staff Development Curriculum Design & Development Curriculum Design & Development Technology & Innovation
SESAM Accredita-tion: Understand-ing the Process and the Benefits For Your Simulation Centre
Supported Simulated Patients in Learning Conversa-tions with Healthcare Professio-nals and Students
Oral Presenta-tion
​Clinical Simulation Center: Test Bed for Innovation & Develop-ment
  Using the Human Factors Skills for Healthcare (HuFSHI) Instru-ments to Evaluate Human Factors Learning
Understand-ing How to Organise, Build and Maintain a Strong Simulation Centre Staff - Lessons From The Operations and Directors' Perspec-tive
The Design and Implemen-tation of Stepwise Laparo-scopic Skills Training Course Transform-ing Training Through Gaming: How to Design and Develop a Simulation Game for Healthcare?​ ​How to Create, Work With and Repair Silicone Appliances
​1640
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1720
Expert Panel
Quality Assurance of High Quality Simulation Delivery
1720
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1730

Awards Ceremony
END OF DAY TWO PROGRAMME
     

Time             DAY THREE | 25 OCTOBER 2019
0800
-
0830

Registration
0845
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0930

Keynote Lecture by Prof Fatimah Lateef
Hybrid Simulation: Transforming Healthcare Simulation Through “Mixing and Matching"

0930
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1000

Break, Exhibitions and Poster Displays

1000
-
1130

Parallel Sessions
Patient Safety & Quality Improve-ment Curriculum Deisgn & Development Curriculum Design & Development Faculty Development & Debriefing Inter
professional Education  
Operations Staff Development Inter
professional Education
Techonolgy & Innovation
Simulation as Tool for Systems and Patient Care Pathway Assess-ment and Improve-ment
Embedding Simulated Participants/Patients in Your Simulation Practice
Oral Presenta-tion
Evaluation in Simulation: A Hands On Introduc-tion to the Evaluation Practice Toolkit
Reflective Debriefing
Students As Partners Not Just Learners The Essentials of Designing a Simulation Centre​ Simulated Mock Scenarios for Interprofe-ssional Code Training at SHP​ Can Game Design Thinking Be Applied in Healthcare Innovation?​
1135
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1220

Keynote Lecture by Assoc Prof Patrea Andersen
Using Simulation to Translate Complex Theoretical Concepts into Practice in Healthcare Education: The Past, Present and Future

1220
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1230

Lunch and Exhibitions

1320
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1450

Parallel Sessions
               Adminstra-tion & Centre Management Technology & Innovation Operations Staff Development Technology & Innovation Faculty Development & Debriefing  
      
           
Rising Through the Ranks: Novice to Expert Within Clinical Simulation Centres
Learning Lab How Adapative VR Simulat-ions and AI analysis Transform Emergency Healthcare
Debriefing for Simulation-ists in Non-Educator Roles
Integration of 3D Printing Into Clinical Education and Simulation Training Setting Up For Success: The Importan-ce of Orientation and Pre-briefing​
1450
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1500
Break, Exhibitions and Poster Displays

1500
-
1630

Parallel Sessions
Patient Safety & Quality Improve-ment Inter
professional Education
Technology & Innovation Technology & Innovation
                       
Using Observa-tional Simulation to Improve Patient Safety Outcomes

              

           
Developing In-Situ Simulation A Clinical Guide for Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists
Data Capture From Simulation Technology: What Can I Capture and How Can I Use It?
END OF DAY THREE PROGRAMME

                                           
*Programme is subjected to changes
        
The Parallel Sessions are classified according to the following categories:
  • Administration and Centre Operations
  • Assessment using Simulation
  • Curriculum Design and Development
  • Faculty Development and Debriefing
  • Integration of Research in Simulation
  • Inter-Professional Education
  • Operations Staff Development
  • Patient Safety / Quality Improvement
  • Technology and Innovation