The 5th Annual Homerton Simulation Conference, themed 'Innovations in Healthcare, Patient Safety & Simulation' was held on 10th December 2015 within the hospital lecture theatre.
The conference objective was to present the contributions being made by technological and surgical innovation and how simulation is improving patient safety in the face of a world facing unprecedented pressures to reduce costs whilst improving patients’ outcomes and satisfaction.
An impressive line up of speakers made significant contributions the videos of which can now be seen on You Tube.
Social media and the changing face of healthcare: Dr Helgi Johannsson
Simulation workshop at the mental-physical interface: Dr Chris Kowalski.
Improvement science – What is it? How is it done? Dr Maria Chazapis
Usher: patient support across the bariatric surgical pathway: Sanjay Purkayastha
From fairies to Simman ®: Tolkien and realism in simulation: Dr Lysa E. Owen
Enhanced recovery pathway improvement: Dr Martin Kuper