Driving Collaborative practice through simulation

SIMULCON 2021

3rd, 4th & 5th December, 2021

Conference Theme

Now more than ever, the concept that healthcare is a multidisciplinary and interprofessional system of care has come to the fore. Interprofessional collaboration is defined as “when multiple health workers from different professional backgrounds work together with patients, families, carers (caregivers), and communities to deliver the highest quality of care.” 

It is based on the concept that when providers consider each other’s perspective, including that of the patient, they can deliver better care. The triple aim of improving patient experience and satisfaction, improving the health of the population, and reducing costs is not attainable without this collaboration. Simulation provides educational opportunities where two or more professions learn with, about and from each other to improve the collaboration and quality of care. Simulation allows for multiple professions to come together and, through simulation, learn collaboration and teamwork. This also applies to medical crises, based on the principles of  structured communication, effective assertion, active information sharing, and a shared understanding (“a shared mental model”), psychological safety, situational awareness, and effective leadership behaviors.And thus, It is with this clear intention that this years SIMULCON was pressed into action – Driving Collaborative practice through simulation

Teaching and Assessing a Skill session

Teaching and Assessing a Skill session

At the end of the workshop, the participant will be able to

Simulated Patient

Simulated Patient

Current Issues in clinical teaching Introduce the concept of standardized patients

Research writing:

Research writing:

Academic writing is an integral process of research and generation of scientific knowledge.

Count Every Second Until The Event Start.

Who’s Speaking

Dr. Narendiran Krishnasamy

Dr. Narendiran Krishnasamy

Malaysia
Dr. Vinay M. Nadkarni

Dr. Vinay M. Nadkarni

USA
Lance Baily

Lance Baily

USA
Dr. Debra Nestel

Dr. Debra Nestel

Australia
Dr. Michael Moneypenny

Dr. Michael Moneypenny

Scotland
Dr. Avinash Supe

Dr. Avinash Supe

India
Dr. Diego Gonzales Carrasco

Dr. Diego Gonzales Carrasco

Spain
Dr. Foo Yang Yann

Dr. Foo Yang Yann

Singapore
Dr. Haru Okuda, SSiH

Dr. Haru Okuda, SSiH

USA
Dr. Indu Arneja

Dr. Indu Arneja

India
Dr. Maja Joosten

Dr. Maja Joosten

Amsterdam
Dr. Ramesh Makam

Dr. Ramesh Makam

India
Dr. Sanjay Oak

Dr. Sanjay Oak

India
Dr. Sayaka Oikawa

Dr. Sayaka Oikawa

Japan
Dr. Shiva Shankar

Dr. Shiva Shankar

India
Dr. Suzan Kardong-Edgren

Dr. Suzan Kardong-Edgren

USA
Hyun Soo Chung, PASSH

Hyun Soo Chung, PASSH

Korea
Padma sri Dr. Mahesh Verma

Padma sri Dr. Mahesh Verma

India
Prof. Zaleha Abdullah Mahdy

Prof. Zaleha Abdullah Mahdy

Malaysia
Dr. Julie Maxworthy

Dr. Julie Maxworthy

USA
Dr. Arun Bansal

Dr. Arun Bansal

India
Dr. Ashokka Balakrishnan

Dr. Ashokka Balakrishnan

Singapore
Meghana Sudhir, Dubai

Meghana Sudhir, Dubai

UAE
Dr. Adith Chinnaswami

Dr. Adith Chinnaswami

India
Amanda Wilford

Amanda Wilford

UK
Abi Sayed

Abi Sayed

UAE

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Conference Registration Cancellation Policy

If a registrant is unable to attend an event for any reason they may substitute, by arrangement with the registrant, someone else from the same institute/organization.
Where the registrant is unable to attend, and is not in a position to transfer his/her place to another person or to another event, then the following refund arrangements apply:
Registrations cancelled more than 60 days before the event will be refunded 80% of the registration fees.
Registrations cancelled less than 60 but more than 30 days before the event will be refunded 50% of the registration fees.
Registrations cancelled less than 30 days before the event will not be eligible for a refund.
Conference proceedings for registered participants who are for whatever reason unable to attend will be e-mailed to the registered participant. Please ensure we have your correct e-mail address in our record.

Refunds will be made in the following ways:

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For all other payments, a bank transfer will be made to the payee nominated account.
For payments received from outside India by bank transfer, the refund will be made by bank transfer and all bank charges will be from the registrant’s account.

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