Scientific Program
Time Program
Connecting minds: educating the future
08.00 – 09.30 Registration and Welcome Refreshments
09.30 – 09.45 Opening Ceremony to the 3nd UAE Clinical Simulation Conference in collaboration with 2nd SESAM MENA conference
09.45 – 10.15 Opening Remarks:
DHCE & President of SESAM
10.15 – 11.00 Keynote Lecture 1: Virtual Reality: The History, Hype and the Holodeck
Thomas B. Talbot, MD, MS, FAAP
Principal Medical Expert, Institute for Creative Technologies
Associate Research Professor of Medical Education, Keck School of Medicine
University of Southern California
11.00 – 11.30 Networking Break. Refreshments available and visit Exhibitor area
11.30 – 12.45
Workshops & Oral presentations
Lecture Hall 1
Faculty Development New to Simulation Workshop
Elaine Sigalet
Simulation based Curricula for an interprofessional audience
Case Method Hall
Curriculum Development Oral presentations
Abdullatif Aydin
A multi-institutional study to develop and validate a training and assessment tool for robot assisted radical prostatectomy

Muhammad Zafar
Student’s Perception towards Simulation Sessions, Use of Simulation Adjuncts and Difficulties towards Implementation during Integrated Clinical Skills Courses

Mostafa Elbaba
Using simulation in preparation for pediatric OSCE exam

Lecture Hall 3
Improving Patient Safety Workshop
Abeer Arab
Integrating Different Simulation Modalities to Address Patient Safety Issues at Your Workplace
Lecture Hall 4
Assessment in Simulation Oral Presentations
Susan Waller
Assessing Complex Seating through Simulation

Volodymyr Artyomenko
Monitoring, Assessment of Practical Skill Mastering and Their Long-Term Survival Prognostication in the Simulation-Based Education System.

Abdullatif Aydin
A Systematic Review of Simulation-based Training and Assessment Tools in Urological Surgery

LH5
Leader Healthcare Platinum sponsor: education session
“Why Virtual Reality training should be like real surgery”
VirtaMed
Mr. Ronald Hilgers
with the support of Ms. Candice Cuvelier and Mr. Jan Hillebrand
13.30 A short tour  of the simulation center, meeting at the lifts on the 2nd floor promptly at 13.30
12.45 – 14:15 Networking Lunch and prayers
Viewing of Exhibitor & poster area
14.15 – 15.00 Keynote Lecture 2: The Value of Integrating Simulation within the Undergraduate Curriculum
Bryn Baxendale
Consultant Anesthetist
Director of the Trent Simulation & Clinical Skills Centre
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Immediate Past President of the Association of Simulated Practice in Healthcare ASPiH
15.00 – 15.15 Networking Break
Refreshments available and visit Exhibitor area and poster area
15.15 -16.30

Workshops & Oral presentations:

Lecture Hall 1
Faculty Development – New to Simulation Workshop
Elaine Sigalet
Feedback by design for an Interprofessional Audience
Lecture Hall 4
Facilitator/Chair Prof. Ezi
Mubadra Platinum sponsor: education session
Should Simulation Training be mandatory or not?
Thomas Ragnarsson, Vice President,
Business Development and Strategy,
Surgical Science, Sweden
Lecture Hall 5
Faculty Development for Educators Medium to Advanced Workshop
Mostafa Elbaba
Pediatric IPE CRRT simulation workshop
Lecture Hall 3
Curriculum Development Workshop
Muhammad Zafar
How to integrate basic clinical skills and simulation adjuncts in an undergraduate pre-clerkship medical curriculum?
Case Method Hall
Improving Patient Safety Oral presentations
Abdullatif Aydin
An analysis of human factors and learning curve of non-technical

Nelly Chammas
The use of Standardized Patients to Improve Patient Safety

Abdullatif Aydin
The use of Google GLASS in Surgical Simulation to monitor Vital Signs

16.35 – 17.15 Expert panel:
Topic: in-situ Simulations versus Simulation Center Simulations: chaired by Dr. Mohamed AbdulRazaq Nasaif
MB ChB, MRCS, MBA, PG Cert CKM, CPLP
Training Consultant – Training & Development Center, Ministry of Health
17.15 – 17.30 Close of the first day of the conference
Time Program
08.00 – 09.00 Registration and Welcome Refreshments
09.00 –  09.45 Keynote Lecture 3: Safe in their Hands? Understanding the Risks of Workplace Behaviour
Prof Rhona Flin
Emeritus Professor of Applied Psychology
University of Aberdeen
King’s College, Old Aberdeen, UK
09.45  –  10.15 Sim Snap Competition
Simulations centres have been invited to submit a 5 minute snapshot video of their simulation activities. The shortlisted videos will be displayed during the SimSnap Competition session and audience will be asked to vote to find the winner!
Is your centre interested to take part in the completion? Click here to find out how
10.15 – 11.00 Keynote Lecture 4:  Role of Simulation in the Future Learning and Assessment: Competence By Design
Dr Abdulaziz Boker
Consultant & Associated Professor
Past-Chairman, Saudi Board of Anesthesia & Critical Care, SCFHS
Chairman, Exam Board of Arab Board of Anesthesia and Critical care, ABMS
Director, Clinical Skills & Simulation Center
Faculty of Medicine, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
11.00 – 11.30 Networking Break
Refreshments available and visit Exhibitor area and poster area
11.30 – 12.45

Workshops & Oral presentations

Lecture Hall 1
Faculty Development New to Simulation Workshop
Sarah Ball
A beginners guide to neonatal simulation – training a workforce for the future
Case Method Hall
Curriculum development Oral Presentations
Abdullatif Aydin
Face, Content and Construct Validation of the RobotiX Mentor Robotic Surgery Simulator

Volodymyr Artyomenko
New Methodology for Physicians Creative Thinking Development Using Simulation-Based Education

Joanne Davies
The Design and Build of a Curriculum Management System (CMS) for a Simulation Program

Lecture Hall 3
Workshop
SESAM
Scenario Design
Lecture Hall 4
Improving Patient Safety Oral presentations
Joanne Barrott
Patient safety through Simulation in a Greenfield Hospital – from pre-opening to operationalization – the next phase for the organization

Zainab Abdullah
Role of Clinical Skill Center in Undergraduate Medical Education: Initial Experience at Rehman Medical College Peshawar

Abdullatif Aydin
A systematic review of training modalities in robot assisted urological surgery

Emergency Department KHMSC
Moulage workshop run by Trauma Fx
12.45 – 14.15 Networking Lunch & prayers,  Viewing of Exhibitor area and poster area (LH2 | 13.45-14.15)
MENA Clinical Simulation Network meeting
14.15 – 15.30

Workshops & Oral presentations

Lecture Hall 1
Faculty Development – New to Simulation Workshop
Jo Hubbard
A toolkit for beginners: integrating obstetric simulation into the clinical environment
Case Method Hall
Faculty Development Oral presentations
Abdalla Alblooshi
Introducing simulation method in disaster management training for call-center staff novel workshop in this field

Aruna Samuel
Sharing experience with Fidelis Lucina for Maternity Nursing Course

Muhammad Hashim
eHealth applications for clinical simulation

Lecture Hall 3
Curriculum Development Oral Presentations
Susan Waller
Simulated Client Interprofessional Education (SCIPE)

Elaine Sigalet
Developing an Interprofessional Clinical Educator Model and Curricula in a Greenfield Women’s and Children’s Hospital in the Middle East

Elaine Sigalet
Faculty Development in a Greenfield Hospital: A Pilot Study

Lecture Hall 4
Curriculum Development Oral Presentations
Vanda Abi Raad
Implementing a Diploma for Simulation Based Education in Healthcare.
The Nuts and bolts

Volodymyr Artyomenko
New Problem-Orientated Curriculum of Cardiovascular System Using High-Fidelity Simulation Technologies

Joanne Davies
“Inside Out” Using Simulation to Create a Video that Highlights the Role of a Child Life Specialist

Lecture Hall 5
Improving Patient Safety Workshop
Phil Ballett
Disruptive technology in clinical simulation – including immersive environments
Emergency Department KHMSC
Moulage workshop run by Trauma Fx
15.30 – 15.45 Networking Break
Refreshments available and visit Exhibitor area and poster area
15.45 – 16.30 Keynote Lecture 5: Simulation is not Real. Isn’t It?
Professor Jan-Joost Rethans
Professor of Human Simulation
Maastricht University, Netherlands
16.30 – 16.40 Closing ceremony including prizes and conference photograph

Dress code:
– Business Attire
– Women must have shoulders and knees covered

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