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Publications

This section contains information regarding journal articles, book chapters and presentations written or presented by MCSC staff.

Publications

 

Barrott, J., Sunderland, A., Nicklin, J. & McKenzie Smith, M., 2013. Designing effective simulation activities. In: K. Forrest, J. McKimm & S. Edgar, eds. Essential Simulation in Clinical Education. s.l.:Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 186-195.

Brennan, K. A., Jankowski, J., Hoyle, J. & Hormis, A., 2011. Neuro SIM: simulation-based induction programme. Anaesthesia, pp. 634-635.

Freeth, D. et al., 2006. MOSES: Multidisciplinary Obstetric Simulated Emergency Scenarios. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 20(5), pp. 552-554.

Freeth, D. et al., 2009. MOSES: Promoting patient safety in obstetrics with team-work focussed interprofessional simulations. Journal of Continuing education in the Health professions, pp. 98-104.

Lewis, R., Strachan, A. & McKenzieSmith, M., 2012. Is High Fidelity Simulation the most effective method for the development of Non-technical skills in Nursing?. The Open Nursing Journal, Volume 6, pp. 82-89.

McKenzie Smith, M. & Turkhud, K., 2013. Simulation-based education in support of HCA development. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants , pp. 328-333.

Strachan, A. N., Graham, A. C., Hormis, A. P. & Hilton, G., 2011. What were the perceptions of primary care teams on learning from a single multidisciplinary simulation-based training intervention.. Education for Primary Care, 22(4), pp. 229-234.


 

Reports / Guidelines

 

Lewis R, Kelly S, Whitfield M, McKenzie-Smith M, Strachan A.  An evaluation of a simulation-based educational programme to equip HCAs with the necessary non-technical skills to undertake their role safely and effectively, specifically in relation to the measurement of vital signs.
http://www.shu.ac.uk/research/hsc/sites/shu.ac.uk/files/HCA%20evaluation%20project.pdf

 

Barrott J, Graham A, McKenzie Smith M, Strachan A.  Quality Framework.  For use by Simulation and Clinical Skills Training Providers.  In: Chappell M.  Quality Management of Clinical Skills and Simulation Training.

http://login.qaclinicalskills.co.uk/pdfs/QACSS%20Final%20Version%20May%202013.pdf

 

 

Presentations / Conferences / Exhibitions

 

2015-2016

 

Patient Safety Event - Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, June 2015

 

Poster Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith presented 'Using Human Factors training to reduce complaints and improve patient safety'.

 

 

2014-2015

 

Clinical Skills Network and Health Education England, Inaugral Conference - July 2014

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith presented 'Working together to Recognise and Manage the Seriously Ill'.

Presentation:  Sue Claypole presented "The Introduction of the Clinical Skills and Simulation Facilitator Role at Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Foundation Trust".  This provided an insight into how 3 service areas, Resuscitation, Clinical Skills and Simulation, have combined in order to provide a more comprehensive training service.

 

 

2013-2014

 

ASPiH Conference - Harrogate Nov 2013

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith presented ‘Adapting Simulation-Based Education to meet the learning needs of mental health nurses in Enhancing Patient Care in the Psychiatric Setting’ Michelle shared her journey of developing and delivering a course that aimed to meet the learning needs of Mental Health staff recognising and managing physical health problems on mental health settings as part of the regional RAMPPS programme.

Presentation:  Kelly Turkhud presented final results of TERRI research.


Doncaster & Bassetlaw NHS Foundation Trust

 

Consultation:  Paul Bedford - Assisted with investigation of Serious Incident from the human factors perspective.


2012-2013

 

Yorkshire & Humber Clinical Skills Network Conference – Sheffield

 

Workshop:  Kate McNeil (Educational Lead Practitioner) facilitated ‘We all need TLC’, a workshop that aimed to illustrate the impact that Teamwork, Leadership and Communication can have on a situation.

Presentation:  Dr Paul Bedford (Consultant Anaesthetist) and Kelly Turkhud (Clinical Educator) presented ‘With the aid of simulation do the Multidisciplinary Theatre Teams feel confident and competent in managing theatre emergency situations?’ on behalf of Sharon Lukins (Educational Lead Practitioner) and Dr Anil Hormis (Consultant Anaesthetist).

 

Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare – Oxford

 

Poster presentation.  With the aid of simulation do the Multidisciplinary Theatre Teams feel confident and competent in managing theatre emergency situations?  Sharon Lukins.

 

Yorkshire Humber School of Anaesthesia Annual Conference

 

Workshop:  Teaching Human Factors by Dr Paul Bedford.

 

ENT Masterclass – Doncaster

 

Presentation:  Kelly Turkhud presented the TERRI course as a regional educational tool, available to all staff within the NHS working in the Yorkshire and Humber region.

 

Clinical Skills, Simulation and the Allied Health Professionals Event – Wakefield

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith ‘Adapting simulation based education to help all AHP’s involved in managing eating disorders’.

Presentation:  Kelly Turkhud ‘Bridging the practice theory gap in managing patients with tracheostomies’.

 

CAE Healthcare Meeting – Leeds

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith presented ‘Adapting Simulation-Based Education to meet the learning needs of mental health nurses managing eating disorders’ in the lecture theatre to an audience of nurses and other allied health care professionals.  Michelle shared her journey of developing and delivering a course that aimed to meet the learning needs of Mental Health and Learning Disability staff in managing eating disorders.

Presentation:  Kelly Turkhud presented the TERRI course, disseminating amongst the network how simulation-based education can educate individuals in both the day-to-day and crisis management of patients with tracheostomies or laryngectomies, regardless of experience.


2011-2012

 

The Future Role of Support Workers and Assistant Practitioners in Health Care (2nd National Event) – London

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith - ‘HCAs are VIPs’.

 

Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare – Cardiff

 

Presentation:  Kelly Turkhud presented the Tracheostomy Emergency Respiratory Resuscitation Issues (TERRI) course and was awarded Best Oral Work in Progress Paper.

 

Meti UK Simulation in Nursing Education Conference – Surrey

 

Presentation:  Kate McNeil, Educational Lead Practitioner ‘Simulation and Its Place within the Palliative Care Field’.

 

4th Annual Conference Clinical Skills and Simulation – Huddersfield, September 2011

 

Presentation:  "TERRI’ (Tracheostomy, Emergency, Respiratory and Resuscitation Issues) by Kelly Turkhud.

 

RCP Spring Seminar

 

Presentation:  Simulation in medicine – why bother?  by Dr Strachan.

 

2010-2011

 

Association for Dental Education in Europe Conference, Amsterdam

 

Poster:  A survey of change in practice following simulation-based training in community dental practices - Sharon Lukins.

 

Clinical Skills Network 3rd Annual Conference

 

Exhibition:  Michelle McKenzie Smith & Kelly Turkhud exhibited the MCSC.

 

Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare inaugural meeting

 

Presentation:  Dr Karl Brennan - the Neuro-Anaesthesia Simulation Training Course developed by Dr Anil Hormis from the Montagu Clinical Simulation Centre.

 

Meti UK Simulation in Nursing Education Conference – Huddersfield University

 

Presentation: HCA’s are VIP’s - Michelle McKenzie Smith & Kelly Turkhud.

 

NACT/UKFPO Joint Foundation Programme Sharing Event

 

Presentation:  Porter R, Strachan A. Clinical Skills and Simulation Provision for Foundation Trainee in the United Kingdom.

 

Hull York Obstetric Anaesthesia Study Day

 

Presentation:  Simulation, the Yorkshire Plan - Dr Strachan.

 

2009-2010

 

Patient Safety Conference

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith (Senior Clinical Educator) - “The Role of Clinical Simulation in Promoting Patient Safety”.

 

METI Nurses Conference

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith (Senior Clinical Educator) - “The Use of Clinical Simulation in the Recognition and Management of the Seriously Ill”.

 

Clinical Skills Network Conference

 

Workshop:  Michelle McKenzie Smith (Senior Clinical Educator) facilitated a workshop on Patient Safety Workstream, attended by a variety of 45 Health Care Professionals.

 

NAMPOP (Nursing and Midwifery Professional Orientation Programme)

 

Workshop:  Michelle McKenzie Smith and Kelly Turkhud (Clinical Educators) co-facilitated with the Blood Transfusion Service, a training session using the ECS portable simulator to highlight the hazards associated with blood transfusion.

 

Clinical Skills Network Conference

 

Exhibition:  Alasdair Strachan (Co-Director), Alastair Graham (Co-Director) and Michelle McKenzie Smith (Senior Clinical Educator) exhibited the MCSC.

 

2008-2009

 

National Association of Medical Simulation

 

Presentation:  Paul Bedford winning joint 1st prize for an oral presentation on the Cardiac Anaesthesia Simulation Training (CAST) course.

 

METI Nurses Conference

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith - “Innovation of Simulation in Critical Care Education”

 

Clinical Skills Network Conference

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith - “Montagu Clinical Simulation Centre - An Overview”.

 

CEMACH (Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health) Regional Conference on ‘Improving the Health of Mothers, Babies and Children’.

 

Presentation:  Michelle McKenzie Smith -“The Role of Clinical Simulation in the Promotion of Maternal and Child Health”.

Demonstration:  Michelle McKenzie Smith demonstrated the Centre’s METI simulation baby ‘Fran’.

 

2nd International Paediatric Simulation Symposium & Workshops, Florence Italy

 

Presentation:  Paul Bedford - Cardiac Anaesthesia Simulation Training  (CAST) Course.

Presentation:  Anil Hormis - The Management of the Paediatric Potential Organ Donor (Paed POD).

 

Hull Obstetric Anaesthesia Study Day

 

Workshop:  Dr Strachan facilitated "Simulation can replicate General Anaesthesia experience for Caesarean Section".

Workshop:  Dr Strachan facilitated "UKFPO Sharing Good Practice – Opportunities for Clinical Skills and Simulation training in the Foundation Programme".

 

British Association of Critical Care Nurses

 

Workshop:  Michelle McKenzie Smith (Clinical Educator) – a workshop on Post Partum Haemorrhage, attended by 55 critical care nurses and midwives.

 

Nursing and Midwifery Professional Orientation Programme

 

Workshop:  Michelle McKenzie Smith and Kelly Turkhud co-facilitated with the Blood Transfusion Service, a training session using the ECS portable simulator to highlight the hazards associated with blood transfusion.

 

Clinical Skills Network Conference

 

Exhibition:  Sheenagh Hunt (Manager) and Kate McNeil (Educational Lead Practitioner) exhibited METI Baby (Fran).

 

Association for Perioperative Practice Conference

 

Exhibition:  Kate McNeil and Sharon Lukins (Educational Lead Practitioners) exhibited the METI ECS (Emergency Care Simulator).

 

Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health Regional Conference on ‘Improving the Health of Mothers, Babies and Children’

 

Exhibition:  Sharon Lukins (Educational Lead Practitioner) and Kelly Turkhud (Clinical Educator) exhibited the METI baby.

 

Yorkshire Area Palliative Care Network Conference

 

Exhibition:  Kate McNeil and Sharon Lukins (Educational Lead Practitioners) exhibited the METI ECS (Emergency Care Simulator).

 

2007-2008

 

National Association of Medical Simulation Annual Conference

 

Presentation: Survey in Change of Practice in Dental Practices following Simulation Training. Dr George Eapen.

Abstract:  Eapen G, Graham A, Strachan A. Survey of change in practice following Simulator based training in Dental Practice.

 

Society in Europe for Simulation Applied in Medicine Annual Conference

 

Presentation: Evaluation of Paramedic Airway Assessment.  Dr John McElwaine.

Abstract:  McElwaine JG, Strachan A, Barathi. Is simulation an acceptable method of re-accrediting paramedic airway skills?


 

British Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Conference

 

Presentation: The Innovation of Simulation in Critical Care Education.  Kirsten Thomas and Michelle McKenzie Smith.

Poster & Exhibition:  Challenging Perspectives on Simulation & Skills in Health Care Education.  Michelle McKenzie Smith.
 
 

Safety Connections - Delivering World Class Care

 

Exhibition:  Dr Alasdair Strachan & Kate McNeil - exhibited the Emergency Care Simulator (ECS) portable manikin.

 

UKFPO Sharing Good Practice

 

Workshop:  Acute Care Simulation Courses for Foundation Training.  Facilitated by Dr Strachan.


2006-2007

 

Society for Computing and Technology in Anaesthesia

 

Presentation:  Simulators in Medical Education.  Dr Strachan.

 

Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine national conference

 

Presentation:  What shall we do with our Simulation Centre?  Dr Strachan.

Abstract:  Survey of Change of Practice following Simulator Multidisciplinary Training in Primary Care.  Graham AC, Strachan AN.

 

Association for the Study of Medical Education annual meeting

 

Poster:  Berridge EJ, Freeth D, Sadler S, Graham A, Strachan A. Improving patient safety with simulation-based interprofessional teamwork training: evaluating ‘MOSES’.


2005-2006

 

National Association of Medical Simulation Annual Conference

 

Presentation: Managing the potential Organ Donor Course.  Dr A C Graham (winning 2nd prize for best oral presentation).

 

Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine

 

Presentation: Survey of change in practice following simulator-based multidisciplinary training in primary care.  Dr A C Graham, Dr A N Strachan, Dr K Russon.

Poster:  Graham AC, Strachan AN. Simulator Based Multidisciplinary Training in Primary Care.

Poster:  Graham AC, Strachan AN. Simulator Based Multidisciplinary Training for Theatre Teams Research connected to the Simulation Centre.


2003-2005

 

National Association of Medical Simulation Annual Conference (hosted by MCSC)

 

Presentation: Setting Up and Running a High Fidelity Simulation Centre - Neil Pease.

 

Association for the Study of Medical Education Annual Conference

 

Poster: Simulator Based Multidisciplinary Training in Primary Care.  Dr A C Graham, Dr A N Strachan, Dr M Coleman.

 

National Association of Medical Simulation Annual Conference

 

Poster: Simulator Based Multidisciplinary Training for Theatre Teams.  Dr A C Graham, Dr A N Strachan.

Poster: Simulator Based Multidisciplinary Training in Primary Care.  Dr A C Graham, Dr A N Strachan, Dr M Coleman.


 

 

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