“All things being equitable” – Simulation conference in Birmingham

“All things being equitable” – Simulation conference in Birmingham

The UK National Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare, ASPiH, hosts the National Conference, face-to-face, in Birmingham, November 6-8, with Masterclasses on Sunday, at the Birmingham Hilton Metropole. The very timely theme is “All Things Being Equitable” and the programme is packed with excellent keynote speakersexhibition, and attendee presentations, posters and workshops.

The keynote speakers are:

  • Eve Purdy, emergency medicine physician and applied anthropologist.

  • Steven Shorrock, Chartered Psychologist, Chartered Ergonomist, Human Factors Specialist. Steven has a Human Factors blog and co-edited Human Factors and Ergonomics in Practice (CRC Press).

  • Karen Szauter, gastroenterologist, University of Texas Medical Faculty, and nearly 20 years as director of the university standardized patient program.

  • Sandeep Ganni is Director of Smart Lab, GSL Medical college, India with a Doctorate in simulation based education.

  • Dawn Benson and Lauren Morgan: Dawn is a sociologist who specialises in safety investigation within health and social care sectors; Lauren is a Chartered Human Factors practitioner, with experience working across multiple healthcare settings, who has advocated for systems approaches in Human Factors within many healthcare bodies including the General Medical Council and the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch.

Offering a welcome return to face-to-face networking, ASPiH 2022 promises to be the best yet.

Andy Buttery
ASPiH Executive and Conference Committee