Thank you all for such an amazing IPSSW2016!
Join renowned and global experts in the world’s largest meeting dedicated exclusively to pediatric and perinatal simulation for three days of in-depth discussion on the role simulation plays to provide safe and effective care to sick children and infants, and the continued evolution and expansion of pediatric simulation across the globe.
IPSSW2016 will feature distinguished international speakers from a range of industries with important insights applicable to our practice.
Don’t miss an inspiring conference with unmatched networking and knowledge exchange in hands-on workshops, roundtable sessions, special interest groups and poster presentations!
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Dear IPSS Members, Colleagues and Friends,
The International Pediatric Simulation Society (IPSS) and the IPSSW2016 Organizing Committee are pleased to announce the 8th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops (IPSSW) in Glasgow, UK, from the 9-11 May 2016.
Building on a great meeting in Vancouver in 2015, IPSSW is looking forward to its first journey to the United Kingdom in the vibrant and wonderful city of Glasgow. The conference will be held at the Hilton Hotel in the city center and within easy reach of all the wonderful dining and cultural activities that Glasgow has to offer.
“IPSSW2016 – Innovation, Engineering and Exploration” bridges the gap between the technology and science and the human side to pediatric simulation. Firstly, Innovation in terms of the growth of new ideas and concepts and how they can be applied to simulation will be explored. Secondly, Engineering as applied to new technologies and resources for pediatric simulation will be discussed. Finally, the Explorative journey to marry the technology and innovation for our simulation community will be discussed. We aim to bring these themes together in an exciting and stimulating program. In response to feedback from previous meetings, we are pleased to have included speakers from a range of industries with important insights applicable to our practice. The format of the academic program has been refined to facilitate smooth flow between sessions with adequate time devoted to those aspects that you’ve identified as key and will include workshops and breakout sessions.
IPSSW continues to represent the world’s largest gathering devoted exclusively to pediatric and perinatal simulation – popular for advancing its practice and network in a friendly and collegial atmosphere. A diverse group of individuals attend with a shared interest in improving pediatric healthcare through simulation.
We are very excited to be inviting you to Scotland, to IPSSW2016 in Glasgow and we very much hope to see you there!
Richard and Ralph
Rhona Flin (PhD, FBPsS, FRSE) is Emeritus Professor of Applied Psychology at the University of Aberdeen. Her research examines human performance in high risk industries with projects on leadership, culture, team skills and decision making in healthcare, aviation and the energy industries.
Bob Shepton has been a Royal Marines Officer, a full time youth leader in the east end of London, and Chaplain to two schools, combining a strong emphasis on outdoor pursuits with the pastoral work. He pioneered climbing at Lulworth and Portland, and made new rock routes on the Ormes of Llandudno.
Tore Laerdal is Executive Director of the Laerdal Foundation, Chairman of Laerdal Medical, and Managing Director of Laerdal Global Health. In recent years he has focused on helping reduce maternal and newborn mortality in low resource settings.
Tim Antonius joined the department of neonatology of the Radboud University Medical Centre where he is currently working on his PhD focused on explanatory models in neonatology. Specializing in neonatal circulation, ECMO and acute care neonatology, Tim got involved in simulation and modeling in 2007.
Sanja Dogramadzi is an Associate Professor in Robotics at Bristol Robotics Laboratory where she is also a co-director of the master programme in robotics. Her research interests include medical and assistive robotics, healthcare devices, human-robot interaction and safety issues, soft robotic design for healthcare applications.
Jennifer Arnold has been involved in simulation education, patient safety, and research endeavors for the last 10 years. She was a NIH postdoctoral scholar at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine’s Safar Center for Resuscitative Medicine from July 2006 – July 2007 (NIH Training Grant # T32 HD40686).
Sarah Baillie, BVSc, MSc(IT), PhD, PFHEA, MRCVS, is a veterinary surgeon who worked in clinical practice for many years before retraining and gaining a PhD in Computer Science while creating a virtual reality simulator, the Haptic Cow. She now works in education and recently led a major curriculum review at Bristol Veterinary School.
Who should attend?
All pediatric subspecialties from novice to expert level: Physicians, Nursing, Allied Health Care, Simulation Educators and Researchers, Technicians and Administrators. Register soon and take an active role in the advancement of pediatric simulation science for the purpose of improving education and patient outcomes in perinatal and pediatric medicine.