Our second podcast from #IMSH2019 features a deep dive on Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice with Bram Welch-Horan (@DrBramPedsER ), and some reflections on the topic from Belinda Lowe (@Belinda_J_Lowe ), Bond University Simulation Fellow.
We then shifted focus to research and publishing in simulation with Michelle Kelly (@KellyKelmich ) summarising the session on ‘Articles of Influence’, and Sharon Muret-Wagstaff , one of the associate editors of Simulation in Healthcare, giving us some tips on how to be a peer reviewer.
Ben and Vic reflect on other parts of Day 2, especially the morning plenary by Sir Ken Robinson, who inspired us to think about creativity and learning. Join the 56 million people who have watched his TeD talk on the topic here. Play more!