Program

ALLIANCE, INNOVATION, INQUIRY

This is a preliminary program that is subject to change.

DAY 1 THURSDAY 16TH AUGUST

9.00am – 10.00am

Registration - LEVEL 1 FOYER

10.00am – 12noon

LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRES 1 & 2
Northern Health Welcome Address:
 Dr Alison Dwyer, Chief Medical Officer

VSA Welcome Address: A/Prof Debra Kiegaldie President VSA – Conference Convener

Plenary Speakers: 

"Simulation as service: standards, benchmarking and cross-pollination in healthcare and beyond" Dr Cameron Knott

"View from the bed - life as a simulated participant"  Tanya Edlington 

Ausmed Gold sponsor presentation

12noon – 1.00pm

LUNCH - ATRIUM

1.00pm – 2.30pm

Concurrent Session 1

SESSIONS

SESSION 1 THEME: EXTRAORDINARY SIMULATION
Chair: Dr Kate Bridgman
LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRE 1

Abstract 5 – Using simulation in Sierra Leone post Ebola implementing the first Infection Prevention and Control Policy, Kirsty Murtagh

Abstract 14 – The Role of Simulation in Converting Surgical Trainers into Surgical Educators, Mr Ramesh Nataraja

Abstract 15 – Application of Simulation in a Transition Economy Country, Dr Damir Ljuhar

Abstract 16 – Mud, Mozzies & Moulage: Simulation in a limited resource setting (Solomon Islands), Lynne Wanefalea

Abstract 32 – Simulation and Assessment on the Edge,
Kelly Quirk

SESSION 2 THEME: INNOVATIVE SIMULATION
Chair: Dr Sudanthi Wijewickrema
LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRE 2

Abstract 12 – Designing a New Audio Visual System for Simulation: What we learnt along the way, Ronen Vansover, Willow Franklin

Abstract 21 – Simulation Gamification: LIVE. DIE. REPEAT, Dr Nancy Sadka

Abstract 22 – Work Pl>ys VR: Using Virtual Reality to provide immersive work experience, Bernadette O’Connor

Abstract 24 – Proficiency based transition to live intraocular surgery, Dr Jacqueloine Beltz

Abstract 30 – Simulation space design for Nursing and Paramedic students: learning landscapes, Dr Karen Livesay

WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP 1 (3.5 hours)
LEVEL 1, SIMULATION CENTRE, PART TASK TRAINING ROOM

Moulage in healthcare simulation and medical terminology

Includes afternoon tea

Facilitators: Tom Hallahan & Tess Vawser

WORKSHOP 2 (1.5 hours)
LEVEL 1, SIMULATION CENTRE, DEBRIEF ROOM

An Introduction to case studies, role-play and simulation in the health and community services

Facilitator: A/Prof Debra Kiegaldie

2.30pm – 3.00pm

AFTERNOON TEA - ATRIUM

3.00pm – 4.30pm

Concurrent Session 2

SESSIONS

SESSION 3 THEME: DIVERSITY IN SIMULATION
Chair: Beverley Sutton
LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRE 1

Abstract 2 – Inter-disciplinary, in-situation and in community care, Dr Simon Wilson

Abstract 3 – Community Engagement through Simulation in the Rural Sector, Ms Marnie Connolly

Abstract 6 – Simulate. Innovate. Medicate. Quality training for age care workers, Tania Heywood

Abstract 10 – Sic Simulation – A cool solution for VCE VET Health in schools, Simone Best

Abstract 25 – Students learning through Interprofessional community-based workshops, Dr Karen Missen, Lauren Honig

SESSION 4 THEME: HOSPITAL-BASED SIMULATION
Chair: Janet Beer
LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRE 2

Abstract 4 – 3D: Death Dying & Documentation, Darren O’Mullane

Abstract 20 – How to embed a simulation-based education program in a teaching hospital, Dr Rebecca A Szabo

Abstract 23 – Student’s experience of interprofessional simulation: communication and teamwork, Laurina Schmidt

Abstract 27 – ICU Evacuation Study, Todd Mason

Abstract 28 – “In the midst of chaos…”, Dr Cynthia Lim

WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP 1 CONT…
LEVEL 1, SIMULATION CENTRE, PART TASK TRAINING ROOM

Moulage in healthcare simulation and medical terminology

Facilitators: Tom Hallahan & Tess Vawser

SIMULATION SHOWCASE
Chair: Dale Linegar
LEVEL 1, TUTORIAL ROOM 7

Serious Games & Simulations for Training, Education & Awareness

Creating Virtual Empathy – How VR Experiential Training can promote inclusiveness & awareness of Autism Spectrum Conditions, Vision Impairment and Dementia. Liam McGuire, Opaque Media Group

Using VR to view MRI scans. Nathan Beattie, Virtualex

Accounting for Patient Mix Choices in Public Hospitals. Dr Gillian Vesty, RMIT

vPlay - online digital roleplays to simulate patient and inter-professional interactions. Dr Stefan Schutt, vPlay

Virtual Paramedic – a serious game for managing mass casualties. Justin Dunlop, EMU Ambulance Victoria

4.30pm – 5.30pm

Holmesglen Gold sponsor presentation

Expert Panel - LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRES 1 & 2
Chair:
A/Prof Stuart Marshall

My Journey in Simulation – A/Prof Debra Kiegaldie,  Professor Simon Cooper, A/Prof Stuart Marshall, Tess Vawser

5.30pm onwards

Networking Cocktail Reception - LEVEL 3 FUNCTION ROOM

DAY 2 FRIDAY 17TH AUGUST

9.00am – 10.00am

LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRES 1 & 2
Chair –
A/Prof Debra Kiegaldie President VSA – Conference Convener

Plenary Speaker: “Simulation: A force for change”  A/Prof Stuart Marshall

10.00am – 10.30am

MORNING TEA - ATRIUM

10.30am – 12noon

Concurrent Session 3

SESSIONS

SESSION 5 THEME: SIMULATION IN MEDICINE
Chair: Dr Brendan Condon
LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRE 1

Abstract 1 – Simulation Based Education – a place in general practice training? Dr Simon Wilson

Abstract 9 – Ready, MET, Go: A Simulated Approach to Medical Emergency Team Training, Dr Francesca Bold

Abstract 11 –
Using simulation to prepare the medical student to manage common clinical ward calls, Ms. Janine Alexander

Abstract 13 – The Development of a Novel Laprascopic Box-Trainer Simulation Model, Dr Damir Ljuhar

Abstract 26 – Virtual reality for teaching clinically oriented surgical anatomy of the ear, Dr Sudanthi Wijewickrema

SIMULATION SHOWCASE
Chair: Todd Mason
LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRE 2

Simulated VR clincial training in radiation sciences and VR based medical imaging visualisation. Daniel Sapkaroski, PetrMac Cancer Centre & Monash University (Video Demonstration)


Hospital Evacuation Systems. Kenny Macleod, TMN Simulation

Using 360-degree videos and virtual reality for simulation training and psychological treatments; a case study about patients with dental fear. Thijs Sondag, CURVE Tomorrow 

 

WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP 3
LEVEL 3, SEMINAR ROOM

Simulation in mental health education: critical considerations for getting started.

Facilitator: Louise Alexander, Australian Catholic University

WORKSHOP 4
LEVEL 1, TUTORIAL ROOM 4

Abstract 18: The challenging debrief

Facilitators: Tess Vawser & Tom Hallahan, Epworth Healthcare

12noon – 1.00pm

LUNCH - ATRIUM

1.00pm – 2.30pm

Concurrent Session 4

SESSIONS

SESSION 6 THEME:  SIMULATION IN NURSING
Chair: Julie Cartwright
LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRE 1

Abstract 7 – Clinical judgement development; are final year nursing students prepared for clinical practice?, Samantha Dix

Abstract 8 – From Whoa to Go: Evolution of a Nursing Simulation Study Day, Catina Eyres

Abstract 17 – Large group immersive simulation to prepare nursing students for work-based clinical learning: how to make it work, Sharon Bourke

Abstract 29 – Use of an immersive VR learning experience in vocational and higher education, A/Prof Debra Kiegaldie

Abstract 31 - Reflections from the Harvard "Advanced Instructor Course" VSA Scholarship Recipient Andrea Wallace

SIMULATION SHOWCASE
Chair: Dr Karen Livesay
LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRE 2

“The Current State of Surgical Simulation and how lost-cost interventions can change practice in a Transition Economic Country". Mr Ramesh Nataraja, Monash Children's Hospital & Monash University Department of Paediatrics


SIMULATION: Training to Anticipate and Tolerate, Sergeant Jon Stevens, ADF Medical Technician, Military Instruction Team


‘Safe’ Hazardous Environments – Simulation training to take Recruit Firefighters from civilians to front line First Responders, Glenn Macdonald, Acting Commander, MFB, Victorian Emergency Management Training Centre

WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP 5
LEVEL 1, TUTORIAL ROOM 4

Abstract 19: Fundamentals of running simulation programs: from planning to execution.

Facilitators: Tess Vawser & Tom Hallahan, Epworth Healthcare

WORKSHOP 6
LEVEL 3, SEMINAR ROOM

TAG Team Patient Safety Simulation workshop: Enhancing patient safety by building students’ confidence and resilience.

Facilitator: A/Prof Stephen Guinea, Australian Catholic University

2.30pm – 3.00pm

AFTERNOON TEA - ATRIUM

3.00pm – 3.45pm

LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRES 1 & 2
Chair - A/Prof Debra Kiegaldie
Plenary Speaker

"A neurologist's adventure in Simland' Dr Lauren Sanders, Stroke Neurologist, St Vincent’s Hospital, University of Melbourne

3.45pm – 4.15pm

LEVEL 1, LECTURE THEATRES 1 & 2
Close of Conference
Abstract Prize Winners announced

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