Advanced Simulation Training

Mandatory Advanced Simulation Training for East Midlands Foundation Programme Doctors

  • The simulation training days for Foundation Programme doctors are designed around the care of the acutely ill patient and aims to provide a safe learning environment in which to experience a series of simulated clinical challenges designed:
  • To consider individual, team, and organisational factors that might enhance or impede optimal patient care in the ward setting
  • To raise your awareness of roles and responsibilities, skills and contributions of other members of the multi-professional team
  • To consider how relevant national or local policies and procedures contribute to risk management and patient safety where you work

We aim to make these days multi-professional,  providing an opportunity for trainees, nurses and pre-registration pharmacists to approach clinical scenarios in a safe learning environment, with consideration of the non-technical skills required for safe, efficient and professional practice. A debrief occurs after each scenario which supports development of trainees by considering both the technical components of the simulation and the role of human factors in the performance of individual.

The F1 courses take place between February – June

The F2 courses take place between October – February

Duration

1 day

Location

Level 4, Education Centre, 
Royal Derby Hospital,
Uttoxeter Rd, 
Derby. 
DE22 3NE

Course dates

FY1 Dates

2020

February 10th, 21st, 24th

March  2nd, 11th, 23rd

April  17th, 24th, 27th

May  1st, 4th, 11th, 28th

June  1st, 5th, 12th, 18th

FY2 Dates

2019

October 7th, 11th, 14th, 16th, 25th, 30th

November 1st, 4th, 8th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 26th

December 18th

2020

January29th, 31st

February 3rd

Book your place

For an application form please email dhft.specialistcourses@nhs.net  stating Advanced Simulation Training in the subject.

Please advise of your grade, specialty, name of the hospital where you work and your mobile number.

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Each question within our form clearly stipulates the information required from you. Please do not include further details about yourself or anyone else other than that being specifically asked. 

What information we collect

  • Name, profession, employer and job title
  • Contact information including address, telephone numbers and email address
  • Special dietary / access requirements
  • Relevant payment and invoicing information

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Who can access your information 

Course administrators and facilitators. This access is required to confirm your registration and to keep an accurate record of who is attending each course. 

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How we store your information

When a form has been submitted we will keep a hard copy as required by the governing body of the course. Forms are kept for a maximum of 5 years in a secure environment.

How long we store your information for 

We store personal information for as short a time as possible. 

Unless you have otherwise stipulated within your submitted registration, your details will be removed from our protected hospital computer network shortly after you have attended your training course. 

Removal of your information from our records 

You are entitled to request that we remove any personal information we have about you stored within our systems at any time. For more information on how to do this please email dhft.specialistcourses@nhs.net.