Monthly archives: November 2021

Atul Malhotra and Arunaz Kumar joined Vic to speak about their work delivering obstetric and neonatal simulation workshops in India, and their recent article in Advances in Simulation. We talked about ONE-Sim – Obstetric Neonatal Emergency Simulation – workshops conducted in LMIC, Australia, and online. Atul and Arunaz have reflected on the process and outcomes in the paper, and we talked about the interplay of generic principles in simulation delivery, with context adaptation.   Impressive work, and […]

143 Advances in Simulation: ONE-Sim in Southern India

Is rapid cycle deliberate practice a better way to train for paediatric cardiac arrest? How can simulation and ‘institutional ethnography’ be used to explore ‘latent social threats’ in healthcare? Ben and Vic discuss these papers in our November journal club, as well as an amazing technical report on VR modelling to improve surgeons preparation for complex neurosurgical procedures, and […]

141 Journal Club Podcast November 2021