November 7-8, 2019 – Winnipeg, Canada
Simulation Summit invites health professionals and simulation educators, program directors and researchers from across the globe to collaborate with colleagues on simulation knowledge, research and innovation. Now in its 12th year, the Simulation Summit offers a scholarly program with a strong emphasis on research and education, and a unique SimTrek event.
The theme of this year’s conference is Simulation at the Forks: Diversity becomes Mainstream.
Each year, Simulation Summit welcomes some of the world’s top researchers and educators in healthcare training. This year’s plenary lineup offers expert perspectives in innovation, patient care and healing.
Click here to see the plenary speaker lineup for the 2019 Simulation Summit.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
This half-day program is for participants at all levels. Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to describe the process for simulation accreditation through the Royal College; describe the expectations for the standards for simulation program accreditation; develop local strategies to meet the accreditation standards.
For information on the Simulation Educator Training (SET) Course November 4-6, 2019 in Winnipeg, please click here .
Saturday, November 9, 2019
This hands-on workshop will demonstrate to educators how to build an Airway Manikin, Suction Manikin, Tracheal Suctioning Machine, Massive Vomiting Airway Trainer, Massive Bleeding Wound Pump, Adult and Infant IO trainer, Surgical Airway Training Platform, Peds Seizure Machine, External Jugular IV Trainer, Ultra Sound Trainer, Abdominal Assessment Trainer, Pedal Edema Trainer and Birthing Trainer Box, as well as how to resurrect a Portable Suction Machine for training.
Participants will build these by learning to repurpose spare parts, use discarded medical supplies, obtaining new parts from low cost sources, and/or make the components of these trainers themselves. While many of these devices can be made for $5 or less, they are high quality, very realistic, and ideal for initial skills learning. Instructors can inexpensively create a simulation that gives the learner a very realistic experience to begin learning lifesaving procedures. Participants in this workshop will learn where these parts can be obtained and how to make and assemble these parts into various trainers.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to list low-cost parts that can be used to create do-it-yourself Task Training Manikins; Describe one technique that can be used to create a realistic low-cost Task Training Device; Identify the specific low-cost Task Trainers that could be developed at learner's simulation center.