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Workshop: Simulate your Code blue Training: Build& implement your scenarios for Registered Nurses
Instructors Dr. Abeer Khider Alhazmi

Venue Morning lecture (Class 0.604) Afternoon session ( PICU Theater), PNU – (Gate 4) (Station – A1) Simulation and skills development center

Date April 25.2018

Description Using simulation in nursing education and training is common, with purposes to prepare nurses and front liners to act effectively using crises resource management, medical emergencies. Nurses are mostly the first to recognize and act during these emergencies. All registered nurses are required to attend mock code simulation to practice skills, improve knowledge, and build self-confidence in a safe and controlled environment. This course will enable educators and instructors to create effective simulation scenarios using a high- fidelity mannequin and introduce them to essential debriefing skills. In addition, they will be able to test their scenarios and practice debriefing. This will help in system integration by using simulation to improve code blue outcome.

Objectives By the end of this course the participants will be able to:
  • • Relate to KAUH experience in developing code blue training which include needs assessment, building the team and building scenario
  • • Create effective code blue scenario in small group friendly competition
  • • Implement these code blue scenario with evaluation resources
  • • Demonstrate basic debriefing skills for the code blue scenarios they developed
  • • Develop a compression checklist to assess the other competing team scenarios

Duration 08:00am – 04:00pm

Target Audience
  • • Clinical instructor
  • • Nurse educator
  • • CPR instructor
  • • BLS, ACLS, PALS instructor
  • • Patient safety instructor/soldier
  • • Quality simulation instructor

Number of seats 40 seats

Fees 500 SR

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Workshop: Human Factor Engineering Simulation Wokshop
Instructors Dr. Osama Alabdulhadi
Dr. Osama Alzuraiqi
Ms. Fatimah Aldossary
John Hopkins
ARAMCO
Healthcare

Venue Auditorium, PNU – (Gate 4) (Station – A1) Simulation and skills development center

Date April 25.2018

Description Failure to rescue the deteriorating patient is a concern For all healthcare providers. In response to this problem providers have introduced a range of interventions to promote timely rescue. Human factors and nontechnical skills play a part in both the recognition of ill patients and in the delivery of interventions associated with their successful rescue. Given the risks to patient safety which failure to rescue raises, simulation provides a vehicle for staff training and development in terms of both technical and non-technical skills. This workshop describes the development and preliminary validation of a human factors rating tool specifically designed to assess the non-technical skills associated with the recognition and rescue of the deteriorating patient.

Objectives
  • • Introduction to human factors
  • • Individual characteristic
  • • Tools & technology characteristic
  • • Physical environment characteristic
  • • Organizational issues & work process
  • • Hazard identification and analysis

Duration 08:00 am – 04:00 pm

Target Audience All health care providers

Number of seats 40

Fees 500 SR

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Workshop: System integration workshop
Instructors Dr. William Dunn
Dr. Shadi Almoziny

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- Paris A

Date April 25.2018

Description Medical simulation application in training, assessment and research revolve around the concept of patient safety. With increasing complexity of healthcare delivery systems, medical simulation has evolved as consistent, planned, collaborative and integrated interventions in conjunction with systems engineering and risk management to achieve excellent clinical care, enhanced patient safety and improved outcome metrics across the healthcare system.
The workshop will include a brief introduction about System Integration (SI) in healthcare simulation and will showcase examples of simulation programs used as part of System Integration to improve patient safety and quality of care. Workshop faculty will share their experiences in planning and conducting simulation programs as part of System Integration (SI) and new service commissioning with open space for discussion. The participants, in small groups, will be able to develop their own plan for system integration or new service commissioning using medical simulation and will discuss their plans, the required resources, support, and the expected challenges.

Objectives
  • • Integrate medical simulation (with a stepwise approach) in the health care delivery process
  • • to improve patient care
  • • Integrate medical simulation in the commissioning of new healthcare services to improve
  • • Patient care and discover latent safety threats.
  • • Utilize medical simulation to target training needs to improve patient safety.

Duration 08:00 am – 12:00 pm

Target Audience
  • • Clinicians
  • • Quality specialists
  • • Risk Management specialists
  • • Hospital administrators
  • • System engineers
  • • Patient safety advocates

Number of seats 30

Fees 500 SR

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Workshop: Staff development Program Simulation ABC Workshop
Instructors Ms. Amal ALghamdi
Dr. Rola ALRabah
Dr. Ameera Cluntun
Ms.Rowayda Al Husainin
Ms.Moneera ALothman

Venue (skill lab 5), PNU – (Gate 4) (Station – A1) Simulation and skills development center

Date April 25.2018

Description From that point, SSDC will present a staff development course to have a better idea about the concept of simulation and to learn the most commonly terminology used in both clinical and operational department. The staff development course is a well-structured course aiming the staff from simulation and development center for all departments (Operation, IT, educator, administration). Since the simulation is a new field and has a multi tasks required a staff who had a multi background, different experience and even different environment. All staff has to collaborate together to develop a simulation experience to the stakeholder and the participants as well. this course is including a variety of information regarding the simulation. The course is consists of 3 levels based on the need assessment (Basic- intermediate- advance). In this workshop, we will present only the basic level.

Objectives
  • • Discuss the importance of adult learning principles that pertain to simulation- based activities.
  • • Explain educational theories and models linked to simulation
  • • Recall the most important associations for simulation accreditation.
  • • Demonstrate the best method of teaching simulation.
  • • Outline the medical terminology as it relates to the work of the SOS.
  • • Demonstrate some of the technologies and/or simulators supporting for delivering the scenario and link it to medical conditions. (simman 3G)

Duration 12:00pm – 05:00pm

Target Audience All health care providers

Number of seats 40

Fees 300 SR

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Workshop: Designing a simulation curriculum
Instructors Dr. Ameera Cluntun
Dr. Rola Alrabah
Dr. Mohammad Zaher

Venue (Class 0.602), PNU – (Gate 4) (Station – A1) Simulation and skills development center

Date April 25.2018

Description This workshop is an interactive small group-based activity to practice using the six step methods in curriculum design in simulation.
There will be didactics and worksheets and small group discussions. We will cover scenario writing principles and evaluation and assessment in simulation.
It is aimed for all healthcare providers and educators whom don’t have much simulation experience and want to get a head start in this field.

Objectives
  • • Outline the structure of a simulation curriculum
  • • summarize the 6 steps for simulation curriculum design
  • • Write specific and measurable learning outcomes.
  • • Identify the steps in writing a simulation case scenario
  • • Identify evaluation methods for the activity
  • • Practice writing a draft Simulation curriculum

Duration 08:00 am- 12:00 pm

Target Audience
  • • Physicians
  • • Faculty
  • • Healthcare providers
  • • Educators

Number of seats 30

Fees 300 SR

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Workshop: Peers Role Play to Improve Debriefing Skills Workshop
Instructors Usamah Al-Zoraigi, MD
ShadiAlmoziny, MD
Abdullah Almarshed, MD
Amani Azizulrahman
Abdulrahman Sabbagh

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- London B

Date April 24.2018

Description This workshop is the result of work done by a group of mentored simulation fellows intent on improving and continuously developing debriefing skills .It is designed to take place in safe simulated environment that enables learners to advance their debriefing proficiency through structured feedback. This process is intended to become a component of an institution’s ongoing faculty development program. Learners most often will have attended an introductory program in the techniques of post-scenario debriefing Even faculty with limited debriefing opportunities will be provided an opportunity to hone their debriefing skills through deliberate practice. This process of structured feedback and assessment is intended to identify opportunities for remediation of deficient debriefing practice in an environment enabling the predictable control of both content and level of difficulty of debriefing scenarios to enhance debriefing training within ones local community of practice.

Objectives
  • • Practice peer simulated debriefing in safe environment
  • • Provide & receive structured debriefing feedback
  • • Identify and remediate opportunities for improvement of debriefing skills
  • • Critique debriefing quality using the DASH assessment tool

Duration 13: 00 pm – 17:00 pm

Target Audience All health care providers

Number of seats 30

Fees 500 SR

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Workshop: How to conduct Research on Simulation-based Educational Interventions effectively
Instructors Dr. Amani Azizalrahman

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- Milan

Date April 23.2018

Description There are many research conducted about simulation based education, most of study the outcome of it to prove if simulation is effective in education which already approved in the literatures, researchers should shift the think in to “who, what, when, where, why and how” of simulation-based educational interventions. In this workshop, we will discuss how research questions can be developed to address simulation-based education interventions, Recognize the different categories of simulation-based research identify the pitfalls of simulation-based research, Describe the threats to internal validity when designing studies, Create and share examples of simulation-based research by designing questions

Objectives
  • • Recognize the different categories of simulation-based research.
  • • Identify the pitfalls of simulation-based research.
  • • Describe the threats to internal validity when designing studies
  • • Create and share examples of simulation-based research by designing questions

Duration 13:00 pm- 16:00 pm

Target Audience Healthcare providers who is teaching undergraduate: faculty of medicine staff, Educators, pharmacist, dentist, nurses, Students)

Number of seats 40

Fees 100 SR

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

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- London A

Date April 24.2018

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 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Target Audience All who work with simulation / simulation labs .

Number of seats 30

Fees 500 SR

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Workshop: Advance manikins troubleshooting tricks
Instructors Jalal AlFroukh
Mohamad AlAmar
Iman Abuheluwa
Turki AlShadoukhi
Faisal AlAmri

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- London B2

Date April 24.2018

Description There are wide range of High - Fidelity Manikins comes from different manufacturers (e.g SimMan, iStan, Hal, Noelle ..etc) and they needs a trained staff to operate. Sometimes your manikin utilization suspended waiting for maintenance or you stuck in the middle of case scenario because of unrecognized manikin failure and needs to be fixed as soon as possible.
This workshop will help the simulation operators and instructors to get the very first troubleshooting tricks that summarize most troubleshooting guides of advance manikins. Also the participants will have look inside the manikin body to see how they work.

Objectives
  • • List the main components of High - Fidelity manikins
  • • Recognize how the advance manikins feature work
  • • troubleshoot minimum of 5 common advance - manikins dysfunctions

Duration 13:00 pm- 16:00 pm

Target Audience Simulation educators, Simulation Operators

Number of seats 30

Fees 500 SR

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Workshop: Scenario Design for Experienced Users - Including Human Factors Aspects into Simulation Scenarios
Instructors Dr. Marc Lazarovici

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- Paris B

Date 25 April 2018

Description Introduction & Aims
The development and use of relevant and realistic scenarios is one of the preconditions for an effective simulation training. Relevant and realistic means the participant’s perception – good scenarios should have a well-defined, reachable learning goal adapted to the abilities of the participants and present enough challenges from a medical as well as from a teamwork viewpoint. The practical aspects for the instructors and simulation technician team also have to be taken into consideration.

Session description
The workshop will start by a presentation about the key elements of scenario design. Different scenario templates will be presented to the audience, explaining common aspects and specificalities. This will be followed by a group activity of writing a scenario. The different groups will present their work with a feedback from the presenter and the audience. Practical examples as well as tips and tricks will be provided. This educational activity will end by a wrap up session and an evaluation of the workshop.

Objectives Learning objectives
After attending the workshop, participants will be able to design a simulation scenario appropriate for their learners, including teamwork and human-factors aspects into the development.

Duration 08:30AM - 12:00PM

Target Audience
  • Physicians
  • Faculty
  • Healthcare providers
  • Educators

Number of seats 30

Fees 300 SR

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Workshop: Utilizing INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation in simulation-based education programs
Instructors Leslie Graham RN MN CNCC CHSE
International Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL)

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- London A

Date 25 April 2018

Description The use of simulation in healthcare education, research, and practice is growing exponentially. The national and international agendas remain focused on the urgent need to utilize simulation experiences in the preparation of healthcare providers. The INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM offer guidelines to assist educators and clinicians, both in academia and practice, to conduct and evaluate quality simulation experiences. The Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM provide a framework for researchers to advance the science of simulation as pedagogy. Currently, the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM are endorsed by many societies and regulatory bodies as essential underpinnings for simulation-based education. This workshop will provide educators and clinicians with the 2016 INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM and strategies to implement these guidelines into practice.

Objectives
  • 1. Name the titles and focus of the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation .
  • 2. Determine at least one strategy for implementing the Standards into practice.
  • 3. Integrate the Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM into simulation experiences for improved learning outcomes

Duration 08:30AM - 12:00PM

Target Audience
  • Physicians
  • Faculty
  • Healthcare providers
  • Educators

Number of seats 60

Fees 300 SR

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Workshop: Interprofessional Debriefing
Instructors Dr. Chad Epps
Prof. Debra Nestle

Venue Four seasons :kingdom tower- London B

Date 25 April 2018

Description Do you find it difficult to debrief learners from a profession different than yours? What if one person doesn’t do well; how do I not single out that profession? How many content experts do I need?
These are common questions that arise for debriefers who are preparing to debrief or debriefing interprofessional groups.

Objectives Learners will be able to :
  • 1. Analyze challenges that arise in debriefing interprofessional groups.
  • 2. Discuss strategies to overcome challenges in debriefing interprofessional groups.
  • 3. Practice discussed debriefing strategies to address challenges that arise in debriefing interprofessional groups.

Duration 08:30AM - 12:00PM

Target Audience
  • Physicians
  • Faculty
  • Healthcare providers
  • Educators

Number of seats 40

Fees 300 SR

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Workshop: The use of Learning Management System (LMS) in Simulation Environment
Instructors A. Karim Qayumi MD, PhD, FRCSC

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- Berlin

Date 25 April 2018

Description There are a variety of Learning Management Systems in the market for use. Most of them have the same functions. Many may not be aware of their usefulness in the simulation environment. This workshop attempts to introduce the attendees to the variety of Learning Management Systems with comparative analysis. In a discussion the group will establish the values of the LMS for the use in the simulation environment. At the end of the session participants will design a simulation course in their areas of specialties and professions with the use of an open source LMS called electronic platform for education and research (e-PER).

Objectives At the end of this session the learners will have the comprehension of:
  • 1. A variety of Learning Management Systems.
  • 2. Value of the Learning Management System for the simulation environment.
  • 3. Practicing the use of a Learning Management System electronic Platform for Education and Research (e-PER) in the implementation of a course designed by them.

Duration 08:30AM - 12:00PM

Target Audience
  • Physicians
  • Faculty
  • Healthcare providers
  • Educators

Number of seats 30

Fees 300 SR

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Workshop: Learner Centered Debriefing: The Concept of iTRUST Debriefing
Instructors Dr. David Grant

Venue Four seasons kingdom tower- Milan

Date 25 April 2018

Description Debriefings for both clinical and simulation events pose several challenges.

Among these, debriefers may easily introduce their own bias about what caused observed performance deficits. For example, they might assume that a lack of knowledge is to blame, where in reality an array of other reasons may keep learners from applying their knowledge. Exploring these rationales for action form the core of debriefing practice. Various possible rationales for action or inaction form the basis of observed deficits or exemplars of good practice, requiring different feedback and debriefing strategies within the same debriefing. Thus, such blended approaches to debriefing are gaining traction.

During our workshop track, we will introduce several concepts that that provide for consistency and adaptability during debriefing. A structured approach to debriefing provides this consistency, which we view as a toolbelt that remains constant irrespective of performance domain or type of performance deficit. This predictable structure allows the debriefer to collaborate with learners to uncover the rationale for both exemplary and suboptimal performance. Debriefers can then use this information to make informed decisions about which specific feedback/educational strategies to use. These strategies represent tool from their “toolbelt”. With increasing expertise, debriefers combine these tools based on what information they gather during the initial stages of the debriefing.

Objectives At the end of this workshop track, participants will be able to:
  • 1. Structure debriefings
  • 2. Demonstrate strategies to promote reflection-in-action and on-action to deal with technical skill deficits.
  • 3. Facilitate reflection on action at individual and team level related to non-technical skills

Duration 08:30AM - 12:00PM

Target Audience
  • Physicians
  • Faculty
  • Healthcare providers
  • Educators

Number of seats 35

Fees 300 SR

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