Abstract Submissions guidelines

The Organizing Team is pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the Saudi Health Simulation Conference, held under the Ministry of Health on 22-24 November 2016.

Abstract Submission Deadline

All abstracts must be submitted by 01 October 2016.
On Email: SHSC@moh.gov.sa

Theme/topic areas:

Workshops Review

Presenting authors will be notified of the Scientific Committee's decision with acceptance by 15 October 2016
Workshops are invited for the following formats:

Components Categories:

You will categorize your course proposal into one of the following five content categories:

Sessions Submission Format

Pre-conference Workshop Session

Workshop Facilitator/s

The names, contact information, and brief biographies of the workshop presenters (100 words maximum per presenter

Workshop facilitator/s Affiliation


Title of session


Session Duration

Workshop sessions should last approximately for

Full day     Half Day     90 minutes

Learners level in simulation

Basic      Advance

Workshop overview/Description and justification of the intended format (100 words limit)


Objectives of the Session (50 words limit)

Specific – targets one specific area for improvement (single focus, not multiple).
Measurable – quantifiable and tied to an indicator of competence.
Attainable – assuring that an end can be achieved – is this doable for this level of learner?
Realistic – state what results can realistically be achieved, given available resources, etc.
Time-related – specify when the result(s) will be achieved – i.e. in a 20 minute simulated clinical immersion experience…


Instructional Timeline and Workshop Flow (200 words limit)

Describe how the course is organized through the inclusion of a timeline, with the minutes allotted for each section, which totals the preferred length for your course. Be sure to list time for your introductions and verbal disclosures for all faculty.


Content (400 words limit)


Course Assessment (200 words limit)

Describe your strategy for assessing the effectiveness of your course. Consider your goals for providing this course, and indicate the metrics you will use to gauge success.


Learner Evaluation (200 words limit)

There is a unified form, feel free to add your own Evaluation form


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