D15 2

D15 2

  • 11 May 2021

D15 (2): Designing an evaluation model for complex system-wide sim-based interventions in health and care 

Session objectives:

  • Describe the latest research and evidence for the evaluation of simulation-based interventions.
  • Introduce a set of best practice principles of simulation evaluation in healthcare.
  • Provide case study examples of the application of the simulation evaluation principles in different healthcare professional development contexts.

Session summary:
Simulation is increasingly being utilised within healthcare education and training, but with inconsistent approaches toward evidenced based evaluation. This session will present a national project to establish principles of best practice for simulation evaluation and illustrate their application in practice. Future links with commissioning and benefits realisation will be considered.

Session hosted by:
Health Education England

Session theme:
Educational management and leadership

Target audience group:
Managers
Administration
Academics
Researchers
Policy Makers
Commissioners

Target care sector:
Simulation

D15 (2): Designing an evaluation model for complex system-wide sim-based interventions in health and care 

Session objectives:

Session summary:
Simulation is increasingly being utilised within healthcare education and training, but with inconsistent approaches toward evidenced based evaluation. This session will present a national project to establish principles of best practice for simulation evaluation and illustrate their application in practice. Future links with commissioning and benefits realisation will be considered.

Session hosted by:
Health Education England

Session theme:
Educational management and leadership

Target audience group:
Managers
Administration
Academics
Researchers
Policy Makers
Commissioners

Target care sector:
Simulation