HPSN Asia Pacific 2012
Kwei-shan, Taoyuan, Taiwan
Oct 27, 2012 - Oct 28, 2012
This interprofessional conference celebrated the latest innovations and best practices in healthcare simulation today. This year the conference theme was:
Learning, practicing and working together.
In healthcare today, teams of nurses, doctors, pharmacists, paramedics, dentists, physiotherapists and all allied health professions work together to ensure patient safety is at the center of care. This conference brought together these healthcare professionals from across the Asia Pacific region and the world to debate, discuss, explore, share and network how we can learn, practice and work together during this interactive conference. One conference highlight was the CAE Cup (formerly METI Cup) where professionals competed in small teams. These teams cared for an acute patient using an interactive human patient simulator.
We welcomed poster and oral presentations and/or interactive workshops from all the healthcare professions whether working in hospital, community or academic settings. This year, the conference had English and Chinese as the two main languages and as such, applications were welcomed in both languages.
Chang Gung University of Science And Technology
261, Wen-hwa 1st Rd,
Kwei-shan,Taoyuan, Taiwan 333
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HPSN Asia Pacific 2012 offered a full line of hands-on programs given by leading experts in healthcare simulation. This event was the ultimate place to discover hands-on tricks and tips for optimizing simulation in your learning environment.
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Essentials of Simulation
This interactive two-day course offers all participants the opportunity to design, facilitate and debrief a Simulated Clinical Experience (SCE) that can be used on any simulator platform and technology with all manufacturers, including simulated and standardized patients. Participants will be given the chance to discuss best practice in educational philosophy where simulation is the chosen methodology. The course provides an experiential “ hands on learning” environment and participants will have the opportunity to network with each other.
|10.25.12||9:00 AM||12.00 Hours||$150.00|
A New Scenario Simulation Training to Improve Patient Safety
Achieving Sustainable Simulations Programs: Simulation centre vs. in situ
Affective behavior of student nurses towards reel and real patients
An Efficient Method to Teach the Basic Transthoracic Echocardiography Skill
Echocardiography Workshop by High-fidelity Ultrasound Simulator
Ethical issues in clinical teaching and learning: To IRB, or Not to IRB?
Evaluation of Simulation Design Learning Among Filipino Nursing Students
How to handle respiratory distress in a mechanically ventilated patient
Integrating Simulation Based Education into Your Educational Needs
Promote clinical competency of PGY by utilization of Simulation
Simualtion-based learning in patient safety for RN-BSN students
Teaching team resource management using in situ medical simulation
Teaching teamwork using in situ high-fidelity medical simulation
The Application of Simulation in the Critical Care Nursing
The Application of Simulation in the Medical-Surgical Nursing
The Trade Game: Introducing Human Factors of Clinicians
The Use of Human Patient Simulators and Simulated Clinical Experiences to E
The Ways to Success: telling our secrets
Using simulation centre management software to assess healthcare performanc
HPSN Asia Pacific 2012
Preliminary schedule for HPSN Asia Pacific 2012. This schedule is subject to change.
|0830 - 1630||Registration
|0900 - 0930||Opening Remark and Acknowledgement:
Prof. Ying - Tung Lau, President of Chang Gung University of Science and Technology
Mr. Michael Bernstein, President of CAE Healthcare
|0930 - 1010||Plenary Speech #1
Dr. Chong-Liang Shih, Director of Bureau of Planning, Department of Health, Executive Yuan, ROC
|1010 - 1030||Break (Poster Discussion)
|1030 - 1110||Plenary Speech #2
Dr. Marcus Watson, Representative of the University of Queensland.
|1110 - 1200||Plenary Speech #3
Mr. Thomas J. Doyle, Chief Learning Officer for CAE Healthcare
|1200 - 1300||Lunch
|1300 - 1400||Visit Chang Gung Clinical Competence Center
|1400 - 1450||Concurrent Session A
|1500 - 1550||Concurrent Session B
|1550 - 1610||Break (Poster Discussion)|
|1610 - 1700||Concurrent Session C
|1700||Welcome Party (FREE)
|0830 - 1630||Registration|
|0900 - 0940||Plenary Speech #4
Dr. Hou - Chang Chiu, Shin-Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital
|0940 - 1020||Plenary Speech #5
Prof. Sheuan Lee, Minister without Portfolio, Examination Yuan of ROC
|1020 - 1030||Break (Poster Discussion)
|1030 - 1110||Plenary Speech #6
Dr. Mattew Hui-Min Ma
|1100 - 1200||Concurrent Session D|
|1200 - 1300||Lunch|
|1300 - 1400||Plenary Showcase: Dr. Chih - huang Li, Dr. Chip-Jin Ng, and Dr. Jih-Chang Chen
The management of patients with severe sepsis and septic shock in the emergency department
|1400 - 1420||Break (Poster Discussion)
|1420 - 1700||Taiwan CAE Cup (formerly METI Cup) Final Round
|1700 - 1730||Closing Ceremony
Taiwan has many historical and beautiful sites to see. Visit the official website here:
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Linkou Campus :
261, Wen-hwa 1st Rd,
Kwei-shan, Taoyuan, Taiwan 333
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Directions to CGUST:
CGUST, Chang Gung University of Science and Technology (former CGIT, Chang Gung Institute of Technology) is located inside the Linko Recreation and Sports Park, adjacent to Chang Gung University and National College of Physical Education and Sports.
To visit, you may get off Chungshan Freeway at Linko exit, and follow the sign to the campus, which is about 3 miles away, or you may take any public transportation service, get off the bus at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Linko Medical Center, and take the complimentary shuttle bus to our campus.
Michael Bernstein is President of CAE Healthcare, a division of CAE, Inc., the Montreal-based global leader in aviation simulation. Prior to that, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of METI, Medical Education Technologies, Inc., the Sarasota-based global leader in patient simulation, which he sold to CAE in August 2011. He brings over 20 years of successful leadership experience in the healthcare and technology industries. Before joining METI, Bernstein served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Innovative Health Strategies, a privately held healthcare IT company that provided outsourced contract and data management services to pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Mr. Bernstein previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Cobalt Corporation, a $1.6 billion publicly traded Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance holding company.
Prior to his tenure at Cobalt Corporation, Bernstein served as Executive Vice President of the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation (1997-2000), an 850 physician academic group practice with $250 million in revenue, the largest Group Practice in Wisconsin and one of the ten largest in the country.
In 1996, Mr. Bernstein was the Senior Vice President of University Health Care, Inc., a company formed by University Hospital and UW Medical Foundation to provide all professional functions for both organizations relating to managed care, contracting, data management, and medical management.
Bernstein has a J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law and a B.A. from the University of California, Davis. He is married to Sarah C. Skebba and has two children.
Thomas J. Doyle, MSN, RN
Tom has over 32 years experience as a registered nurse, hospital administrator, nurse educator at all levels of education [Associate, Baccalaureate, and graduate] and corporate executive responsibility. He spent 5 years as Coordinator of the Patient Simulation Program at one of the first colleges in the US to purchase the Human Patient Simulator in the 1990s. In that role he facilitated integration of high fidelity patient simulation across the nursing program curriculum in addition to many allied health programs (EMS, Dental Hygiene, and Respiratory Care).
Tom now leads a global team whom consults and assists our customers with applying, developing, implementing, and facilitating high fidelity patient simulation into their programs as the Chief Learning Officer for CAE Healthcare. CAE is the world’s leader in aviation simulation and will leverage the lessons learned in safety from flight simulation to healthcare. He heads a major division of the company, the CAE Healthcare Academy, which encompasses all products, services and programs to improve patient safety and healthcare training globally. He leads a team of over 125 professionally prepared healthcare professionals to transform healthcare education to a new paradigm. Additionally this team develops turnkey programs for curriculum assistance using various forms of simulation across the disciplines that provide patient care. As Chief Learning Officer for CAE Healthcare his role is to facilitate a team of clinician educators around the world to assist our customers in applying our technology for learning. Ultimately Tom is responsible for the educational strategic planning and implementation for CAE Healthcare.
Ying - Tung Lau
Chang Gung University of Science and Technology
Ying-Tung Lau has over 30 years of experience in the physiological profession. His major research fields are "Gender Difference in Cardiovascular Functions" and "Oxidative Stress and endothelial dysfunction in Aging and Sepsis." He has a Masters degree in biophysics from Creighton University and a Ph.D. in physiology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He used to work as Senior Research Associate for the Physiology and Biophysics Department of the Michigan Cancer Foundation. Afterward he joined Chang Gung University and served as Dean of General Affairs, Chairman of Physiology and Pharmacology Department, and Associate Dean of the Medical College. He is now President of Chang Gung University of Science and Technology.
Minister without Portfolio
Examination Yuan of ROC
Professor Sheuan Lee has long been actively involved in the development of nursing organizations in Taiwan and has actively participated in international activities since 1991. Over 30 years' nursing career, Professor Lee has done every possibility to challenge the capabilities as a nurse, educator, and administrator. She has been appointed as chairman and dean in some university, also appointed as a member of Accreditation Committee by Ministry of Education, and conducted educational curriculum revolution. She is now Minister without Portfolio of Examination Yuan of ROC.
Hou - Chang Chiu, MD
Shin - Kong Wu Ho - Su Memorial Hospital
Hou-Chang Chiu has over 35 years of experience in the neurological profession. After graduating from Medical College of National Taiwan University where he obtained a Doctor of Medicine, he joined the Neurology Department of National Taiwan University Hospital. Today he is Deputy Superintendent of Shin-Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital, and serves as Associate Dean in the Medical College of Fu-Jen Catholic University. He is an Associate Editor of both “Journal of Clinical Apheresis” and “Acta Neurologic Taiwanica.”
Dr. Marcus Watson
Queensland Health Clinical Skills Development Service
Associate Prof Marcus Watson is the Executive Director of the Queensland Health Clinical Skills Development Service. The service supports the delivery of simulations program at over 30 sites, as well as an extensive clinical e-learning development and delivery capacity. The Clinical Skills Development Service has trained hundred of clinicians in the use of simulations and debriefing and over 60 specialised simulation educators and coordinators. The service is currently the largest provider of healthcare simulations training in Australia. Associate Prof Watson has extensive experience in the development and delivery of simulation across healthcare and defence including postgraduate programs in simulation and the AusSETT program.
Associate Prof Watson holds appointments at Schools of Medicine and Psychology at the University of Queensland. His research works on the development of systematic approaches to the integration of simulations to address individuals', teams' and systems' performance. His research covers the use of simulations for the design and evaluation of technology to support clinical decision-making and the development of an evidence-based training and assessment programs. He has won national awards for innovations and the Jerome Ely Award for the Best Paper in Human Factors.
Dr. Matthew Huei-Ming Ma, graduated from College of Medicine, National Taiwan University. He also went to The Johns Hopkins University to study Health Policy and Management and got his PhD degree in 1998. His dissertation title was System Performance and Appropriateness of Care for Elderly Trauma Patients. His current position is the Professor of Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine, NTU, and Professor of Institute of Preventive Medicine, College of Public Health, NTU. He is also the Chair of Medical Direction Committee of Taipei City Fire Department, and the Executive Board Member of Taiwan Society of Emergency Medicine.
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