INMED2017 ePosters

Simulation & Technology enhanced Learning

“Ready for action” – Introduction of an in situ simulation programme for medical doctors on managing emergencies on the ward – Sinead Bredin (Sligo University Hospital) 

Cross-professional Education on a Simulation Ward – Catherine Sweeney (UCC)

Dedicated simulated surgical training: upgrading didactic learning – Anthony Hoban (RCSI)

Does the use of ‘smartphone’ technology enhance undergraduate medical education?: a systematic review – Louise Burrows (Western Health and Social care trust)

Driving Quality in Healthcare Simulation – Applying Lean Management Principles to Learning – Clare Sullivan (RCSI)

Exploring undergraduate medical student perceptions of simulation training – Ruth Vaughan

Introduction of computerised manikin simulation training into an integrated Masters of Pharmacy programme: a pilot study – Cian O’Leary (School of Pharmacy, RCSI)

Introduction of High-Fidelity Simulation into Undergraduate Physiotherapy Education – Marie Guidon (RCSI)

Investigating validity and reliability of virtual patient simulations for self-directed learning and assessment in the medical consultation – Catherine Bruen (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)

Joining a Community of Learning? Assessing the usefulness of an online tutorial prior to medical student rotation on the labour ward – Mary Higgins (UCD School of Medicine)

Optimisation of e-learning interventions in undergraduate medical education: a systematic review – Andrew O’Regan (University of Limerick Graduate Entry Medical School)

Students’ attitudes to technology-Enhanced learning (TEL) and its use in medical education – Cillian Lineen (University College Cork)

Virtual Outpatients Clinic (VOPD) for uncomplicated colorectal patients – Daniel Meehan (RCSI)

Rare case simulation training helps paediatric trainees achieve core competencies – Ben McNaughten (Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children)

Listening to the online learner – student perspectives of a postgraduate certificate in clinical exercise prescription.- Silvia Gallagher (Trinity College Dublin)