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10th annual hpsn europe medical simulation conference
17-19 September, 2015
Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
Madrid, Spain
www.hpsn.com
10TH ANNUAL HPSN EUROPE
MEDICAL SIMULATION CONFERENCE
PERSON CENTERED HEALTHCARE:
CREATING SUCCESSFUL SIMULATION SOLUTIONS
Simulation Centre at Universidad
Francisco de Vitoria
Conference
Schedule
17 SEPTEMBER, 2015
09:00 – 17:30
Pre-conference courses
18 SEPTEMBER, 2015
WELCOME
PERSON CENTERED
HEALTHCARE: CREATING
SUCCESSFUL SIMULATION
SOLUTIONS
Welcome to the 10th Annual HPSN Europe,
and a warm welcome to Madrid, the
historic and vibrant capital of Spain. From
its humble beginnings as a small patient
simulator user-group meeting ten years
ago, we are glad to see HPSN Europe reach
new highs of attendance and participation
from all walks of healthcare.
A special thanks to our gracious hosts
the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria for
their invaluable contribution to HPSN
Europe 2015. We hope you can make time
to explore the campus of this fabulous
university and the city it calls home.
On offer is a mix of keynote presentations,
interactive workshops and seminars and
we must thank all those who have travelled
from all over the world to share their work.
Join us for the welcome reception on Friday
afternoon for drinks, snacks and a little
entertainment.
Don’t miss out on your chance to win a flight
simulator session at the CAE Madrid Aviation
Training Center. The raffle will take place on
Saturday, September 19 and we will offer
more information at the opening session.
CAE Madrid Aviation
Training Center
08:30 - 10:00
Coffee, Registration & Exhibition
10:00 - 11:00
HPSN Europe 2015 Welcome
Robert Amyot, MD, President of
CAE Healthcare
Javier Vazquez Granado, President
of SESSEP
Auditorium
11:00 - 12:00
Keynote Fernando Caballero
Martinez, Universidad Francisco
de Vitoria, Madrid
Auditorium
12:00 - 13:00
Concurrent Session A (Aulas 1-6)
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch & Exhibition | Poster walk 1
@13:45 Lunch provided
14:30 - 15:30
Concurrent Session B (Aulas 1-6)
15:40 - 16:15
Special Interest Sessions (Aulas 1-6)
16:15 - 17:15
Keynote Laura Gonzalez
University of Central Florida, Orlando
Auditorium
17:30
HPSN Europe Welcome Reception
19 SEPTEMBER, 2015
08:00 - 09:00
Coffee, Registration & Exhibition
09:15 - 10:15
Keynote Felipe Spinelli De Carvalho,
Albert Einstein Hospital, São Paulo
Auditorium
10:30 - 11:30
Concurrent Session C (Aulas 1-6)
11:35 - 12:35
Concurrent Session D (Aulas 1-6)
12:35 - 13:45
Lunch & Exhibition | Poster walk 2
@13:00 Lunch provided
13:45 - 14:45
Concurrent Session E (Aulas 1-6)
14:45 - 15:15
Closing Ceremony
10TH ANNUAL
HPSN EUROPE | 2015
CONCURRENT A
18 September 12:00-13:00
AULA 02
Programa de Formación en
Ecocardiografía en el Paciente
Crítico Pediátrico y Neonatal
con el Simulador CAE Vimedix
M Victoria Ramos, Hospital
Universitario 12 de Octubre de
Madrid, Spain
Use of Simulation to Reduce
Mother-Fetus Mortality, a Latin
America Experience
M Angel, Sociedad Colombiana
de Anestesia y Reanimacion,
Colombia
AULA 03
MAES© (Self-learning
Methodology in Simulated
Environments)
E Hernández Sánchez, UCAM,,
Spain
Simulation and Non-Technical
Skills in CPR, in Pre-hospital
Emergency Care
J Amendoeira, Escola Superior
de Saúde de Santarém,
Portugal
Innovative technical solutions
and methods to improve
medical education at the
University of Pecs Medical
School
Peter Maroti, University of Pecs,
Hungary
AULA 04
Analysis of Application of
Live Simulation in Paramedic
Training at BSC Level
I Hornyak, Semmelweis
University College of Health
Sciences, Hungary
The Practical Application of
Human Patient Simulators
in Challenging Pre-hospital
Environments
M Ping, National Ambulance
Resilience Unit, United
Kingdom
AULA 05
Power Group on Clinical
Simulation: How to Ensure
an Adequate Climate of
Teamwork?
J Garcia Mendez, Universidad
Catolica de Murcia, Spain
AULA 08
Multi-professional Sequential
Simulation in Obstetric
Emergencies
O Martinez Perez, Puerta de
Hierro University Hospital,
Spain
CONCURRENT B
18 September 14:30-15:30
AULA 02
Evaluación de las
Competencias Alcanzadas
Tras un Curso de Reanimación
Cardio Pulmonar Avanzada
en Profesionales Sanitarios,
con Metodología Clínica
Competencial Objetiva y
Estructurada (ECCOE)
C Tormo Calandin, Universidad
Católica de Valencia, Spain
Como Desarrollar la
Competencia de Análisis y
Síntesis de los Estudiantes de
Grado de Enfermería
E Rodriguez, Universitat
Internacional de Catalunya,
Spain
Enseñanza de la Infiltración
Terapéutica de Grandes
Articulaciones en el Grado de
Medicina
C Tormo Calandin, Universidad
Católica de Valencia, Spain
AULA 03
Get Simulations Moving
without Laxatives! Prescription:
Mind Maps and Emotional
Intelligence
C Bloome, Mount Hood
Community College, USA
AULA 04
Advances in Modeling
Cardiorespiratory Physiology
for Educational Simulations
(Mini symposium)
Presented and chaired by W
Van Meurs, University of Porto,
Portugal
AULA 05
Simulación Clínica en
Protocolo Feer: Utilización
Sistematizada de la Ecografía
Para el Reconocimiento Clínico
de Situaciones que Cursan con
Actividad Eléctrica sin Pulso
T Villen, Hospital Universitario
Ramón y Cajal, Spain
AULA 08
Importance of Simulation,
Debriefing and CRM Principles
to Train for Clinical Crisis
M Angel, Sociedad Colombiana
de Anestesia y Reanimation,
Colombia
CONCURRENT C
19 September 10:30-11:30
AULA 02
Evaluación de un Curso de
Reanimación Cardio-pulmonar
Básica en Discapacitados Visuales,
con Metodología Objetiva y
Estructurada
C Tormo Calandin, Universidad
Católica de Valencia, Spain
Relacionando Noc, Simulación y
Periodos de Prácticas
X Palomar Aumatell, Universitat
de Vic-Universitat Central de
Catalunya y Consorci Hospitalari
de Vic, Spain
Self-Perception and Self-Efficacy
Evaluation & Simulation &
Nuring Clinical Competencies
Assessment
D Fernández Ayuso, Comillas
Pontifical University, Spain
AULA 03
Conditioning and Differences in
the Implementation of Debriefing
Undergraduate Students and
Professionals
G Maneru, Universidad de
Navarra, Spain
Development of a Briefing
Program in Order to Acquire Skills
in Critical Patient Care Directed to
Students in Third Grade Nursing
Career
A M Aliberch, Universitat
Internacional de Catalunya, Spain
Facilitating Healthcare Education
Step-by-Step: From Simple Skill
Training to Simulation in Highfidelity Environment
G Fritúz, Semmelweis University
& Hungarian Maltese Charity
Service, Hungary
AULA 04
Simule: Incident at Airplane
Crash with Survivors, Simulation
with Multiple Injuries Interactive
Workshop on Model Simulation
Exercise INAER Helicopters /
SESCAM-Ciudad Real
A Pacheco, CENTRA. Simulacion
Center for Emergency Medicine,
GUETS and SESCAM-Health
Service of Castilla-La Mancha,
Spain
AULA 05
Combinando Simulación
Física y Virtual Para Adaptar
Entrenamiento en Silla de Ruedas
a las Ecesidades de Diferentes
Colectivos
J Antonio Díaz Jaime, Universidad
Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
AULA 08
To Infinity and Beyond-Using
High-fidelity Patient Silicone
Simulators: Our Journey as
George and Janet
A Wiseman, University of Surrey,
United Kingdom
CONCURRENT D
19 September 11:35-12:35
AULA 02
Healthcare Resource
Management–an Overview
I Amer-Wåhlin, Karolinska
Institute, Stockholm
Simulación Clínica en
el Grado de Enfermería:
Presente y Futuro en España
C L Costa, Docencia
Universitaria, Spain
Aprendizaje Habilidades
no Técnicas en Equipo
Multidisciplinar Mediante la
Simualción
C Casal, Universidad
Valencia, Spain
AULA 03
Low-cost Simulation
F Javier Rascado Sedes, Aula
Simulacion Ferrol, Spain
AULA 04
Simule Workshop continued:
Incident at Airplane Crash
with Survivors, Simulation
with Multiple Injuries
Interactive Workshop on
Model Simulation Exercise
INAER Helicopters /SESCAMCiudad Real
A Pacheco, CENTRA.
Simulacion Center for
Emergency Medicine, GUETS
and SESCAM-Health Service
of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
AULA 05
A Description of a
Standardized Patient
Program Within a Clinical
Simulation Context:
Organizational, Managerial
and Teaching
R Ruiz Moral, Universidad
Francisco de Vitoria, Spain
AULA 08
Aprendiendo Seguridad
a Través de la Simulación
Clínica
M Cruz Martín, Hospital
Universitario Torrejón, Spain
CONCURRENT E
19 September 13:45-14:45
AULA 02
History of Medical Simulation:
From Ancient Times Until
Today
E Borján, Semmelweis
University, Hungary
Low-fidelity Simulation as
a Useful Tool in Healthcare
Education
A Sárváry, University of
Debrecen, Hungary
AULA 03
Simulation in Motion:
Designing and Operating a
Region-wide Mobile Simulation
Program
J Allen, Simulation in Motion–
North Dakota, USA
AULA 04
Surgical Cut Suit - Live
Demonstration
A Brody, Strategic Operations,
Inc.
AULA 05
Healthcare Resource
Management
I Amer-Wåhlin, Karolinska
Institute, Stockholm
CONFERENCE SPEAKERS
FERNANDO CABALLERO MARTÍNEZ joined the
University of Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid in 2010
as Professor and Academy Director. A graduate in
Medicine and Surgery from Universidad Complutense
of Madrid, he specialized in family and community
medicine at Puerta de Hierro University Hospital of
Madrid between 1988 and 1991. From 1991 to 1994
he worked as Family Doctor and residents instructor
at Centro de Salud Universitario Pozuelo de Alarcón
where he was named Head of Studies at the Family and
Community Medicine Unit of Puerta de Hierro University
Hospital of Madrid, and later the Continuing Education
and Research Director until 2010. In 2011, he won the
Best Healthcare-Medicine Education Idea Award for his
project, “Early Clinical Immersion of Medicine Students
in a Medicine Degree”.
Introducing Vïvo
for METIman
Tablet-based software that
offers facilitators full
manual control over
METIman simulations.
caevivo.com
LAURA GONZALEZ is currently an Assistant Clinical
Professor at the University of Central Florida College
of Nursing. She has been involved in interprofessional
education (IPE) for over 6 years. She currently
collaborates with University of Central Florida College of
Medicine, University of Florida School of Pharmacy and
School of Social Work, and is a TeamStepps trainer. She
has published on IPE in the Journal of Interprofessional
Healthcare, where she detailed her experiences in the
Dominican Republic. She has held positions as past
director for a large simulation center in South Florida.
She is currently interested in the use of simulation to
enhance clinical decision-making and to enhance
psychomotor skill performance. She is a member of
INACSL, and incoming VP of Programs.
CAE Replay
Capture every moment
for intelligent debrief
caereplay.com
FELIPE SPINELLI DE CARVALHO is the Director
of Education at the Education and Research Institute
of Albert Einstein Hospital, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The
institute provides in-house training for the 13,000
hospital employees, technical qualification programmes,
nursing school, continued education programmes and
scientific conferences. The institute has two simulation
centers and trained 8,000 employees and staff of other
healthcare organizations in 2014.
Mr. Carvalho holds an MBA from the University of Bath,
England, and a BSc in Production Engineering from
PUC-RJ, Brazil. He is the founding partner of Simulation.
com.br, a business games company that has delivered
distance learning business simulations to over 10,000
students in online MBA programmes. He has been an
MBA Professor of Business Games with FGV since 2000.
CAE Fidelis
Lucina
Two patients in one
Operate Lucina as a gravid
or non-gravid female
for practice of
emergency scenarios.
caefidelis.com