Pre-Conference

Developing a Simulation Inter- Professional Team Training Program Workshop
Instructors Dr.Ameera Cluntun, Dr. Abdalmohsen Ababtain , Dr. Badriah Al-Ruwaili, Mr. Michael Donor, Ms. Amal Al-Ghamdi, Ms. Reem Al-Ajmi

Venue Al Faisaliyah Hall 6

Description Introduce the concept of inter-professional education and gaining the basic knowledge to develop a simulation program for inter-professional team training.

Objectives
  • 1- Recognize the concept of inter-professional team education/training.
  • 2- Identify the role of simulation in inter-professional training.
  • 3- Outline the steps to construct an inter-professional program by using ADDIE model.
  • 4- Practice developing an inter-professional program for a case study.
  • 5- Identify hardship/ difficulties to implement inter-professional programs and discuss ways to overcome them.

Duration 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Target Audience All Health care professions, Educators , ( Basic simulation experience).

Number of seats 30

Fees 300 SR

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Multi Casualty Disaster Simulation
Instructors Dr. Sami Yousef , Dr. Badr Alotaibi, Dr Nawfal Al Jerian

Venue Deanship of Postgraduate Education, King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences

Description Whether the result of accidents, natural disasters, or terrorism, mass casualty incidents (MCIs) can occur anywhere and anytime. This interactive workshop utilizes multiple low to high fidelity mannequins and standardized patients to train all staff for all hazards. Participants will manage all aspects of a MCI case, and learn the key elements in the design of multiple patient disaster simulation scenarios. Trainees gain the confidence, practical experience and decision-making skills needed to successfully resolve real-life mass casualty incidents.

Objectives
  • 1- Recognize the rationale for hands-on disaster preparedness training for all staff.
  • 2- Understand how simulation can be used to train all critical aspects of disaster management, from establishing an incident command, to communication with the press and local, state and federal agencies, and to designing effective triage.
Formulate multiple patient disaster scenarios to meet the likely specific needs of each participant's healthcare facility.

Duration 8:00 Am to 1:00 Pm

Target Audience Physicians, Nurses , Paramedics, EMT, Fire Dept. and others

Number of seats 24

Fees 600 SR

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Faculty Development Workshop
Instructors Ms. Nashwa Shawqy Abdelkareem / Ms. Adahlia Tagalag Basco

Venue Al Faisaliah Hall 5

Description The workshop is designed to be interactive and designed for immediate application. Enrolled participants will receive the needed information on how to build faculty development plan on various level personal, professional and organizational, the work shop also will help the participants to reflect on their own practice and suggest strategies to improve or develop it with facilitator`s assistance.
The work shop will help participants in constructing a realistic insight for the future of faculty development application on each participants organization either university or health care setting.

Objectives Upon completion of this workshop, the participant will be able to:
  • 1- Formulate Faculty development program suits a personal and professional development needs balancing Professional responsibilities in the areas of teaching in health care settings and academic environment.
  • 2- Identify and promote professional behaviors needed for success in health care education.

Duration 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Target Audience Health Educators , University Faculty Staff , Manager/Leaders , Senior Trainers

Number of seats 30

Fees 300 SR

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Moulage Concepts and Skills Workshop
Instructors Mrs.Deepa Ramesh, Mr. Jalal AlFroukh, Mr.Ammar Alaska, Ms Reem Al Ajmi, Ms Khadija Alghamdi and Rene John Capili.
In collaboration with Princess Noura University, Ministry of National Guard Affairs, and king Fahad Medical City.

Venue Al Faisaliah Hall 4

Description Moulage Concept & Skills workshop is designed to interact with the learners in enhancing realism in simulated healthcare training scenarios. Moulage is a technique that supports the sensory perception in a scenario. Addition of Moulage provdes cues that enables educators bridge the gap between clinical case and a simulation. This workshop is designed to train participants in the incorporating Moulage into the training paradigm. This activity will address the Moulage concepts, basic skills, advances skills and preparation of Moulage using easily available materials. Utilizing best practice techniques, participants will learn to create Moulage as indicated by real life.

Objectives By the end of the course, the participants shold be able to:
  • • Recogniza the concept of Moulage and the use to create realistic learning experience.
  • • Demonstrate basic techniques of Moulage on a live model/Simulator.
  • • Create soft tissue wounds and accessory Moulage utilizing gels, Silicon, and waxes.
  • • Transform the use of common household supplies into tools that can be create a realistic trauma scene.
  • • Apply advanced techniques of Moulage to create like-like wounds (open wound, open fracture wound and finger amputation)
  • • Demonstrate the removal of MOulage and cleaning tools using proper sanitation and cleaning techniques.

Duration 8:00am – 12:00noon

Target Audience Simulation Operation specialist/ Simulation Educators and All who work with simulation / simulation labs

Number of seats 25

Fees 600 SR

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Neuroanesthesia Simulation Workshop
Instructors Dr. Osama Alabdulhadi, Dr. Imran Alherz , Miss. Zahra Alabidi ,Miss. Fatimah Aldossary

Venue Princess Noura University

Description
  • • Review Basic physiology and management of high ICP patient
  • • Demonstrate which drug to choose in neuroanesthesia
  • • Management and review of tight brain checklist
  • • Importance of ventilator settings in presence of high ICP
  • • Management of neurotrauma patient in non-neurosurgery

Objectives In 30 minutes simulated session we would expect the audience to know the importance of vigilant attendance of high ICP patient during non-neurosurgery and how to promptly managing the situation

Duration 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Target Audience anesthesia consultant, specialist, resident, ICU physician

Number of seats 25

Fees 600 SR

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Rapid Response Resource Management Workshop
Instructors Dr. Haifa Alguthami, Dr. Abdullah Bawarith, Dr. Ahmed Abdulmomen, Dr. Aljawhara Hamza

Venue Al Faisaliyah Hall 9

Description
    By the end of the workshop and after participating in the activities participant will be expected to:
  • • Improve their technical and theoretical cognitive and professional skills in realistic and complex medical situations.
  • • Update their approach to management of critically ill patient.
  • • Review common complications of medical and surgical interventions in critically ill patients.
  • • Reflect their role in approaching leadership and effective communication through highly interactive small group debriefing under strict confidentiality

Duration 8:00 am – 04:00 pm

Target Audience Physicians, Nurses, Health Educators, Respiratory therapist, anesthesiologist working in critical care area

Number of seats 20

Fees 1000 SR

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The Integration of Different Modalities to Address Patient Safety Issues Workshop
Instructors Dr. Abdulaleem Alatassi, Dr. Abdulaziz Ahmed & Mrs. Abeer Alhazmi

Venue Al Faisaliyah Hall 2

Description This continuing education course emphasis on simulations as a tool to be used addressing patient safety matters , the course was tailored to serve as an educational experience for all health care-workers (physicians, nurses, technologist and paramedics) To build skills, knowledge of teaching, confidence of simulation based educational methods and approaches. It explores different Simulation fidelity grades to be utilized in teaching various patient safety concerns, participants will be able to learn concepts and skills associated with simple scenario design and directive debriefing.
Tutors/trainees will be working with the participants from varied setting and with different experience and expectations. It is designed to be an asset to any clinical faculty development program.

Objectives
  • 1- Discuss roles of simulation in patient safety
  • 2- Relate show cases of different institutions experiences to your own experience!
  • 3- Practice constructing a simulation based program with low fidelity simulation
  • 4- Practice a safety-oriented high fidelity simulation scenario design and debrief
  • 5- Practice basic debriefing style through an interactive session
  • 6- Meet Simulation-interested local educators to build your network that will help you with your own program development .

Duration 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Target Audience Physicians, Nurses, Health Educators, Allied health professionals

Number of seats 30

Fees 400 SR

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Basic Skills for Clinical Simulation Instructor Course Workshop
Instructors Dr. Wadeeah Bahaziq and Dr. Jameel Abu Alainin

Venue Alfaisaliah Hall 3

Description By the end of the course, participants are intended to be able to:
  • • Build a challenging and safe learning environment
  • • Understand the principles of simulation-based training characteristics
  • • Build your own scenarios in a small group exercise with expert's guidance
  • • Practice core instructor roles (observe, process, facilitate, and debrief)
  • • Build basic debriefing skills through interactive sessions
  • • Meet Simulation interested local educators to build your sociogram that will help you with your program development
  • • Count on ongoing support in the future at the Simulation Center and be invited to develop

Duration 8:00 am – 04:00 pm

Target Audience Physicians, Nurses, Health Educators, Allied health professionals

Number of seats 20

Fees 1000 SR

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Integrating Simulation Into Postgraduate Health Professional Curricula Workshop
Instructors Prof. Debra Nestel Dr. Abeer Arab

Venue Alfaisaliah Hall 7

Description The aim of this workshop is to explore issues associated with the integration of simulation into postgraduate health professional curricula. We will draw on the factors that operate at macro (e.g. regulatory bodies, health service, broad social and political levels etc.), meso (e.g. local institutional, professional association etc.) and micro (e.g. individual, ward, unit, operating theatre, clinic etc.) levels. For each level, we will consider enablers and barriers and draw on examples from within and outside Saudi Arabia. Participants will be expected to share their experiences as a basis for development work.

Duration 8:00 am – 12:00 noon

Target Audience All who work with simulation / simulation labs

Number of seats 25

Fees 600 SR

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International Accreditation Standards Society for Simulation in Healthcare Workshop
Instructors Dr. Mary Kay Smith

Venue Alfaisaliah Hall 8

Description This intensive interactive course focuses on the core concepts of simultation development including evolution, applications, methodologies and development. Participants will engage in exercises intended to develop new skills or refine previously learned skills related to healthcare simulation. The facilitator will share her experiences, trials and tribulations in addition to knowledge of best known practices in healthcare simulation.

Objectives
  • 1- Describe the evolution and use of healthcare simulation in academic and jospital institutions.
  • 2- Compare and contrast multiple situation methodologies.
  • 3- Apply learned priciples to development os a simulation activity.
  • 4- Compare and contrast multiple debriefing strategies.
  • 5- Apply debriefing techniques to simulated case(s).

Duration 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Target Audience Simulation Manager/ Operation specialist/ Simulation Educators and All who work with simulation / simulation labs

Number of seats 25

Fees 600 SR

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Establishing a Simulation Center Workshop
Instructors Dr. Hani Lababidi & Mrs. Manal Alnasser

Venue Alfaisaliah – Hall 1

Description This workshop is meant to those who are in leadership position of their simulation center. It will demonstrate key important aspects about day-to-day management of a simulation center. Emphasis will be made on the following areas: policies and procedures, booking schedule, choosing the right simulators, faculty development, reporting activities of the center, dealing with evolving simulation technology and collaboration with other centers. Participants will be able to engage in the discussions and bring forward their experience. There will be discussion of budget and ways to transform your simulation center to a profit center at your institution

Objectives
  • 1. Learn key issues in establishing a simulation center
  • 2. Demonstrate techniques in managing a simulation center
  • 3. Describe reporting methods of simulation center activities

Duration 8:00am – 12:00noon

Target Audience
  • 1. Executives interested in establishing simulation centers.
  • 2. Medical education experts.

Number of seats 25

Fees 300 SR

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Practice on high fidelity Simulators (Features, Control and Scenario Building) workshop
Instructors Eng. Athir Alariefy
Eng. Hadeel Tawfiq
Mr. Mohammed Alamar
Ms. Rowayda Alhusaini
Ms. Sahar Elhasan

Venue Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University PNU

Description The utilization of advance medical simulators technology is not easy for many users, sometimes they do not utilize all features or they face many operational challenges. This workshop will make sure the participants understand the advanced manikins features and how they work , also it will focus on two high fidelity simulators (Noelle and Simman 3G) and demonstrate scenario building on both of them.

Objectives By the end of the course all participants should be able to :
  • * Know the common features of the high fidelity simulators
  • * Understand how the high fidelity simulators operate
  • * Be familiar with the control interface of Noelle and Simman 3G
  • * Program and apply a scenario on Noelle and Simman 3G

Duration 8:00am – 5:00pm

Target Audience Simulation Manger/ Operation specialist/ Simulation Educators and All who work with simulation / simulation labs

Number of seats 16

Fees 300 SR

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Simulation Curriculum Development Workshop
Instructors Dr. Abdullah Almarshed,MD
Dr. Sawsan AlYousef,MD
Mr. Amer Arab,RN
Ms. Lubna AlAmri

Venue Alfaisaliah Hall 5

Description After an overview about how to develop simulation curriculum, Participants will be divided into small groups. Each group will develop and present their own simulation curriculum. The participants will use the six steps approach and the suggested simulation curriculum template. Faculty will provide feedback about the products and share their experiences and knowledge of best-known practices in simulation curriculum development.

Objectives
  • 1- Define the medical simulation curriculum
  • 2- Describe the six steps approach to develop new curriculum.
  • 3- Design new simulation curriculum by integrating the six steps approach into the simulation curriculum template

Duration 8:00am – 12:00noon

Target Audience All Simulation Instructors

Number of seats 25

Fees 300 SR

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Simulation Scenarios Development Workshop
Instructors Dr. Manal Bakash and Ms. Amal Alghamdi

Venue Alfaisaliah Hall 6

Description The main focus of the workshop is to prepare the participants to have a clear vision of how to write a proper scenario, so they can apply it at their institutions.

Objectives By the end of the work shop the participants will be able to:
  • 1-Define the simulation- based education cycle.
  • 2- Develop learning objectives for simulation instructor course to match the needs addressing teaching gaps.
  • 3- design a customized simulation scenario based education.

Duration 8:00am – 12:00noon

Target Audience All Simulation Instructors

Number of seats 25

Fees 300 SR

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Certifications in Health Care Simulation Workshop / Supporting the Pathway to Personal and Programmatic Excellence in Healthcare Simulation Workshop
Instructors Mr. Andrew Spain

Venue Alfaisaliah – Hall 2

Description Learn more about building a standard of excellence into your simulation program and professional career through the SSH Credentialing Programs. Whether you are interested in becoming an SSH Accredited Program, pursuing certification options for you and your team, or gaining recognition for contributions in the field, this informative session will provide the answers you need to get started. Bring your questions!

Objectives
  • 1- Compare the credentialing programs that exist in healthcare simulation.
  • 2- Describe ways in which healthcare simulation can improve through credentialing.
  • 3- Outline a personal and programmatic development plan.
  • 4- Summarize the processes for achieving credentialing.
  • 5- Identify and categorize resources needed for successful credentialing.

Duration 8:00 am – 12:00 noon

Target Audience Simulation Manger/ Operation specialist/ Simulation Educators and All who work with simulation / simulation labs

Number of seats 25

Fees 600 SR

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How to Approach Procedural Skills Teaching (PST) Workshop
Instructors Dr. Usamah AlZuraigi,MD

Venue Alfaisaliah Hall 1

Description This workshop focuses on recognizing and practicing different methods of teaching procedural skill. There will be small groups practice after a didactic part. A total of 20 participants will be divided into 5 groups; each group there will be composed of a teacher, student and 2 assessors. They will shift roles alternatively.

Objectives By the end of this session participant should be able to:
  • • Relate PST to Adult learning theory
  • • Recognize the steps required to teach PST
  • • Differentiate Fidelity/ Realism/ Engagement concepts
  • • Practice proper PST in small groups as a teacher and learner

Duration 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Target Audience Simulation educators and simulation technicians.

Number of seats 20

Fees 300 SR

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The Challenges and Rewards of In-Situ Simulation Workshop
Instructors Dr. Susan Brien and Dr.Glenn Posner

Venue Alfaisaliah Hall 7

Description In this interactive workshop, the facilitators will guide a discussion about the pros and cons of in-situ simulation and brainstorm solutions to common in-situ concerns. Tips for tracking the outcomes of your in-situ simulations will be shared.

Objectives
  • • Describe the challenges and benefits of in-situ simulation & debriefing, and value the post-simulation debriefing as an opportunity to change behavior and institutional culture
  • • Appreciate the important considerations for scenario design & debriefing strategies for in-situ cases, mock codes and inter-professional education;
  • • Formulate action plans to share in-situ data at the system level.

Duration 1:00pm – 5:00 pm

Target Audience Simulation Manger / Simulation Educators and All who work with simulation / simulation labs

Number of seats 25

Fees 600 SR

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