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Simulation: Reconnect - Register now!


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Registrations are now open for the Inaugural Simulation: Reconnect hosted by the Bond Translational Collaborative and Simulcast. We’re ready for the healthcare simulation community to reconnect after challenging times. The pandemic has been difficult, and many in our simulation community have contributed differently during this period – as clinicians, educators, system re-designers, researchers and more. Now it's time to re-invigorate our conversations and connections in healthcare simulation. 

This one day seminar will feature talks, discussions and networking with old friends and new. We’ll have updates from simulation programs around Australasia, and spotlight interesting issues in healthcare simulation; equity diversity and inclusion (EDI), moulage, faculty development and more. The Simulcast team will be back with a live podcast on stage. 


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Dr Gabe Reedy

We are thrilled to let you know that Dr Gabe Reedy will be joining us to provide the opening keynote to share his reflections on the simulation community and insights from his role as Editor in Chief. He is a Reader in Clinical Education of Kings College London. 
Dr Gabriel Reedy is programme director for the Masters in Clinical Education programme and has been on faculty at King’s since 2009. He holds a PhD in Cognitive and Educational Psychology and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Washington, in Seattle (USA). 
His research focuses on how healthcare professionals, scientists, clinicians, and emergency responders learn, and in turn, how to support and train them more effectively. In particular, he studies how simulated environments can be used to help individuals learn and develop, as well as how simulations can help train teams, departments, organisations, and inter-agency systems to be prepared to respond to unusual events. 
He serves on the Research Committee of the international Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH), and the Scientific Committee of the Society in Europe for Simulation as Applied to Medicine (SESAM). He is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Association and a Fellow of the Academy of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Advances in Simulation, the academic journal of SESAM.