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Hull Education and Training Event - Opportunities to Excellence
Fri 5 May 2017, 09:00 – 15:45 BST
For a detailed programme of the event or for further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01482 816650.
You can register for the conference here as well as select your chosen workshop. PLEASE CHOOSE 1 WORKSHOP ONLY! See workshops below:
Workshop 1 ‘The Creativity Challenge’
Hosted by Tracey Heath, Director of Enterprise, FHSC, University of Hull
Working in groups this will be a practical hands on session taking on the creativity challenge! There are prizes to be won!
Workshop 2 ‘HEY Leadership Programme’
Hosted by Lucy Vere and Myles Howell
Workshop 3 ‘Tactical Decision Games’
Hosted by Dr Nick Woodier, Trent Simulation
Perceptions of simulation-based education focus on the use of manikins. However, simulation can be any imitation of the real-world. Tactical Decision Games (TDGs) are used by emergency response teams (e.g. nuclear) as “table-top” simulations to consider ambiguous, dynamic situations with limited resource. TDGs allow exploration of Team Resource Management (TRM) and individual Non-Technical Skills (NTS). Within healthcare their use has been limited to undergraduate or specific specialties e.g. anaesthesia.
This workshop aims to explore the role of TDGs in their application to healthcare. This will include:
Defining and describing the role of TDGs
Planning of TDGs
Hands-on experience with a healthcare-based TDG
Workshop 4 ‘’How to effectively lead your own Workshop/Educational Event’
Hosted by Dr Sean Zhou, FY1 Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Target audience: Medical students and/or junior doctors who are looking to learn how to better prepare and lead their own workshop, and also improve their general teaching skills.
1. To understand the basic requirements of a good workshop/educational event
2. To get a grasp of some of the basic medical education theory behind the good delivery of teaching, and its planning.
3. To get an opportunity to set out their own workshop/teaching session in a controlled environment, and subject to instant and experienced feedback.
4. A chance to network, and share ideas within medical education and leadership with others of similar interests.