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About the Speaker​

 

Dr David John GRANT

Simulation and Interprofessional Education Lead, University of Bristol Medical School;
School Programme Director, Masters in Healthcare Improvement, University of Bristol; 

Immediate Past President, SESAM

David was trained at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa before training in Paediatrics in South Africa, UK and Australia. 

After his appointment as Consultant in PICU at Bristol Children’s hospital in 2004, he began using simulation as an educational tool. Simulation became his passion, which led to his appointment as Director of the Bristol Paediatric Simulation Programme in 2007 and Chair of Bristol Medical Simulation Centre in 2009. 

He currently serves as the Chair of the University of Bristol Simulation Board and leads the UoB Medical School Simulation and the West of England School of Health and Social Care Interprofessional Education Programme. 

He is a past President of the International Paediatric Simulation Society and SESAM. 

He is actively involved in simulation education at local, regional, national and international level. Internationally he has collaborated with healthcare professionals in a variety of healthcare settings to establish sustainable simulation infrastructure to enhance patient safety and quality of health care delivery through the integration of multi-disciplinary simulation-based education through application in four strategic pillars: Education, Quality Improvement, Clinical Governance and Research.


Speaker's Session:

Learning by Design, Not Chance: Approaches in Healthcare Simulation to Foster Innovation and Adaptability

Date: 23 October 2019 (Wed)  | Time: 1340 - 1425 | Location: Academia, Level 1, Auditorium

Debriefing: Facilitating Reflection Through AI Technique
Date: 23 October 2019 (Wed)  | Time: 1500 - 1630 | Location: Academia, Level 1, L1-S3

Creating and Maintaining Psychologically Safe Learning Environments
Date: 24 October 2019 (Thu)  | Time: 1000 - 1130 | Location: Academia, Level 1, L1-S3

Implementing an Interprofessional Simulation Programme
Date: 24 October 2019 (Thu)  | Time: 1310 - 1440 | Location: Academia, Level 2, L2-S3&S4

Simulation as Tool for Systems and Patient Care Pathway Assessment and Improvement
Date: 25 October 2019 (Fri)  |Time: 1000 - 1330 | Location: Academia, Level 1, L1-S1

Developing In Situ Simulation
Date: 25 October 2019 (Fri)  |Time: 1500 - 1630 | Location: Academia, Level 2, L2-S3&S4

    

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