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The team here at the Hull Institute of Learning and Simulation (HILS) are heavily involved in research and our work is being presented locally, nationally and internationally.


HILS - December Newsletter Issue 7
HILS - April Newsletter Issue 1
HILS Strategy Planning
SPARK Programme
Educating to Improve Patient Care - Post Event Summary
Spark Newsletter

Abstracts & Poster Presentations

Designing an in-situ simulation programme for a Paediatric Emergency Department
Activity of DaSH
A pilot training programme for the On Call Emergency Respiratory Physiotherapy Service at Scarborough General Hospital
Medical Students Preparation for Practice
A cost effective approach to improving fidelity in obstetric resuscitation simulation
Improving Outcomes in Decompensated liver disease
Transition to major clinical years
Quality Improvement Project - Improving Efficiency of Initial Investigations and Treatment of GP Admissions to AMU
Incidence of Perforated Appendicitis in Children under Five Years of Age
Immediate Discharge summary in Cardiothoracics
PEG insertion training for Endoscopy Nurses using porcine models for simulation training
Improving the Safety of Emergency Paediatric Anaesthesia in the Resuscitation Room
Complete list of abstracts submitted at conferences
Challenges of Organising & Running a Pilot In Situ on a Rheumatology Day Unit Presented at Clinical Skills Conference, 2014
The Challenges of Developing and Running Joint Injection Simulation Course for Rheumatology Trainees - Presented at Clinical Skills Conference - July 2014
Preparing Anaesthetic Consultants for Revalidation Through Simulation: A New Course in Yorkshire - Presented at IMSH, 2014
Transfer of Skills of Managing Sepsis from a Simulated Lab to the Clinical Environment - Presented ASPiH 2014
FACES: A New Simulation course for FY2 Doctors - Presented at ASPiH 2014
Doing Debrief Differently: A Webinar for Novice Faculty - Presented at ASPiH 2013, IMSH 2014