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Pages: 3477-3481
Publication year: 2012
ISBN: 978-84-695-3491-5
ISSN: 2340-1117

Conference name: 4th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 2-4 July, 2012
Location: Barcelona, Spain

PILOTING OF ICT-BASED PATIENT SIMULATION ADOPTION IN TRAINING CENTRES UNDER THE SIMBASE EUROPEAN PROJECT

T. Campos García1, M. Castelo Branco2, D. Riley3, N. Warren4, I. Szogedi5

1Andalusian Regional Ministry of Health (SPAIN)
2Faculdade de Ciencias da Saúde, Universidade da Beira Interior (PORTUGAL)
3Iavante Foundation (SPAIN)
4Postgraduate Deanery Wales (UNITED KINGDOM)
5National Institute for Quality and Organizational Development in Healthcare and Medicines (HUNGARY)
The Simbase project is responsible for the promotion of simulation-based learning through ICT in healthcare centres. ICT are helping us to promote simulation techniques and improve efficiency, quality, reliability and reproducibility of health education. Simbase will improve the implementation of such techniques in health training throughout Europe.

Simbase gathers health administrative organs, some of the main healthcare centers in Europe and providers of training and technology in health sciences with the aim of promoting the collaboration between them and achieving the promotion of learning techniques based on simulation through ICT and applied to the training in health sciences in Europe.

To this end, this project has developed pilot courses based on patient simulation that have been carried out in different institutions in four European countries and especially in the early stages of degree, specialization, and finally, continuing training and professional development. Specifically, the four pilotings have been organized in Spain, Portugal, Hungary and Wales. They cover ongoing professional development for nurses, doctors and medical technicians, training of medical students, ongoing training of nurses, and undergraduate and postgraduate training of medical specialists respectively.

The working method has been to define a questionnaire to help partners develop their driving, leading to a strategy using the impact model assessment identify the skills and competencies to be developed and appropriate technological tools to get the results in each one of the 4 piloting countries. The goals achieved are:

-Test of the model as a strategy design and assessment instrument.
-Definition of patient-simulation training strategies in participating institutions/regions.
-Implementation of priority actions from the said strategies.
-Assessment of actions impact on healthcare systems and their training component.

As final result of piloting, has been developed a reporting on piloting to determine the validity of the Impact Assessment Model developed in the project;
Suggest improvements to the model to aid its further development; analyse and assess its application and performance in the real life scenarios experienced during the pilots; and determine its’ suitability as a policy implementation tool against a set of pre-established criteria.
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title = {PILOTING OF ICT-BASED PATIENT SIMULATION ADOPTION IN TRAINING CENTRES UNDER THE SIMBASE EUROPEAN PROJECT},
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T. Campos García, M. Castelo Branco, D. Riley, N. Warren, I. Szogedi (2012) PILOTING OF ICT-BASED PATIENT SIMULATION ADOPTION IN TRAINING CENTRES UNDER THE SIMBASE EUROPEAN PROJECT, EDULEARN12 Proceedings, pp. 3477-3481.
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