Curriculum Design & Development

Multidisciplinary In Situ Simulation in Perioperative and Critical Care – An Introduction​

Speakers: Dr May Mok Un Sam, Ms Sabrina Koh, Ms Tan Hwee Yuan, and Dr Hairil Rizal Abdullah
Date: 1​ November 201​7 (Wed)  | Time: 1500 - 1630 | LocationAcademia, Level 2, L2-T1
Workshop Level: Novice​

The programme brings together doctors from Anaesthesiology and various surgical disciplines, nurses, and operating theatre staff (e.g. healthcare technicians) to train them in crisis resource management in their own clinical environment. In situ simulation has the unique characteristics of setting up simulation scenario in the normal clinical environment aiming to improve team work, identify latent threats and system issues that can compromise patient safety. The faculties have experience in conducting in situ simulation in perioperative areas, critical care areas, labour words and emergency departments. This program will enable participants to experience in situ simulation and view an introduction on conducting in situ simulation in their own workplace.
Learning Objectives:

  1. Participate in an in situ simulation
  2. Gain an introduction to ”Conducting your own in situ simulation”
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