Jesse Spurr


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This episode was a ‘mix tape’ of moulage and other techniques to achieve physical realism in simulations – including procedural and anatomy teaching Clare Scott offered her considerable expertise in moulage and making bespoke manikins for trauma simulations. She emphasized keeping in simple, keeping it real and doing your research – online […]

ep 7. Moulage and Making Stuff


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I shifted to the other side of the mic a couple of weeks ago – as interviewee. I had spoken at a breakfast meeting of the Australasian College of Health Service Management, and was then interviewed by Anthony Frangi of @popupradioAU about Translational Simulation – my take on how we […]

Pause & Discuss – Translational Sim (VB as Guest)




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Learning to be an effective simulation educator is a challenge. Education theory and practice, technical aspects and leadership are just some of the knowledge and skills involved. In this episode of Simulcast we were joined by Demian Szyld, (pronounced ‘shield’…….. “like the weapon” he told me).  Demian (@demianszyld)  is the […]

ep 6. Fellowship of the Sim – Training to be ...



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Day 2 of the Asia Pacific Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (APMSH) with Lance Baily   On Day 2 of APMSH I attended a fascinating workshop with Lance Baily of SimGhosts and Healthy Simulation fame. Lance works in Las Vegas and has established a global reputation in the technical aspects […]

Pause & Discuss – APMSH Day 2 with Lance Baily ...


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Day 1 of the Asia Pacific Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (APMSH) with Kathy Adams and Jesika Gavilanes A couple of weeks ago, I went to the Asia Pacific Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (APMSH) in Singapore. I gave a talk on some of the in situ ‘translational’ simulation work […]

Pause & Discuss – APMSH Day 1