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2018 HEE Yorkshire and the Humber Clinical Skills & Simulation Conference

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2018 HEE Yorkshire and the Humber Clinical Skills and Simulation Conference

Total Human Factors - Through 360' Experience, Practice & Theory...

Wednesday 4 July 2018 09:00 - 16:30 (Registration from 08:00)

The Rose Bowl, Leeds Beckett University, Portland Crescent, Leeds LS1 3HB

The 2018 Conference Planning committee invites you to the Clinical Skills and Simulation Conference on Wednesday 4th July 2018 at Rose Bowl, Leeds Beckett University. The conference will start at 9.00am prompt, with registration and refreshments available from 8.00am. The day will conclude at around 16:30pm.

Delegates on the day will include:

  • Clinical Skills and Simulation Educators/ Lecturers

  • Clinical Skills and Simulation Technicians

  • Staff working within Health Education in Yorkshire and the Humber

  • Staff with an interest in Clinical Skills and Simulation

There will be a variety of national and international Clinical Skills and Simulation Trade companies available showcasing the latest technology and equipment available for the Clinical Skills and Simulation environment.

We have a packed agenda with Key note speakers, Workshop sessions and Oral Presentations. All this, together with an update on local initiatives which will drive health education and training in Yorkshire and Humber over the coming months and years.

Jonathan Benn will provide a short key note presentation on Human Factors - the theory/science behind it

Jonathan Benn is Associate Professor in Healthcare Quality and Safety at the School of Psychology at the University of Leeds. With a background in Psychology and Human Factors, he has 13 years’ experience as a health services researcher using applied theory and methods from the social sciences to address a range of research questions at clinical and policy level.

Three Key note speakers will share their experience of dealing with and supporting relatives through difficult times, across three different demographics:

James Titcombe - James is a Patient Safety specialist at Datix limited. His baby son Joshua died at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS FT nine days after his birth. James draws heavily on his own experience in speaking about quality improvement in the NHS.

Chris Pointon - Chris is a healthcare campaigner and husband of Kate Granger, the geriatrician, and NHS patient who sadly died in July 2016 due a rare form of incurable cancer. Working alongside Chris, Kate led the #hellomynameis campaign.

Tommy Whitelaw – Tommy had been a full time carer for his mother who had vascular dementia. Through this Tommy became a campaigner raising awareness of the issues surrounding dementia.


To register you must select a ticket which corresponds to the workshop session you wish to attend in the afternoon.


Places are limited so please register without delay.

We look forward to seeing you in the Summer.


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