The VSA has two upcoming workshops on 2nd September 2015 – “The Difficult Debrief” and “Moulage”. These workshops will be hosted by Bass Coast Regional Health.
The workshops details are as follows:
The Difficult Debrief – 9.30am to 12.30pm
Moulage – 1pm to 4pm
Bass Coast Regional Health,
235 Graham Street, Wonthaggi 3995
Room 2 Education Department
Cost per workshop:
VSA financial members – $75
Non-members – $125
For further details and registrations, please contact:
Victorian Simulation Alliance Inc
T: +61 3 9209 5107
The 11th Annual SimHealth Conference (together with SimTect) will be held at Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia on 17 – 21 August. The theme this year is FINDING THE BALANCE, focusing on the relationship between education and outcomes. The program will include both long and short oral presentations, as well as works-in-progress and a variety of workshops.
The provisional program is available on the SimHealth 2015 conference website.
For more information about this conference, visit: http://www.simhealth.com.au/
This VSA workshop will focus on the process of debriefing, in particular for challenging situations. The workshop will be facilitated by Tess Vawser, Janet Beer, Tom Hallahan & Nicole Robinson and is suitable for intermediate simulation instructors/ facilitators.
The details of the workshop are the following:
Date: 23rd July 2015
Time: 5pm – 7.30pm
Venue: Clinical Education and Simulation Centre Epworth Richmond
For registration details and more information on the workshop see the VSA Network Events page.
A short film directed by Michael Tyburski and written by Ben Nabors highlights the work of a simulated patient, Paul (played by Alex Karpovsky). This film is part of The Screening Room Season 1 series. Struggling to get traditional acting gigs, Paul, a method actor turned to acting out the symptoms for a variety of illnesses for the benefit of medical students – though at what cost?
See this short film at: http://video.newyorker.com/watch/the-new-yorker-shorts-actor-seeks-role