CMS Faculty to Present at “Medical Simulation: Trends and Applications” Conference in Hong Kong

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Center for Medical Simulation (CMS) faculty members, Jeffrey Cooper PhD, Dan Raemer, PhD, and Robert Simon, EdD are in Hong Kong this week to present at the “Medical Simulation: Trends and Applications Simulation Conference being held from December 10-11. The Conference, co-organized by the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (HKAM) and CMS, marks the opening of HKAM’s Hong Kong Jockey Club Innovative Learning Centre for Medicine. The Centre’s goal is to provide a platform and facilities for the post-graduate medical training in Hong Kong and beyond. The conference, part of HKAM’s 20th Anniversary Congress, will include speakers from United States, Europe, Australia and China  who will share their experience on simulation topics related to Patient Safety, Teamwork Training, Faculty Development, Undergraduate Curriculum Integration, and Humanitarian Crisis Training. Local speakers  will share their pediatric and anesthesia simulation training experiences, and a human factors specialist will share his experience about Crew Resource Management Training from the Aviation Industry perspective. The Conference will also include workshops on Interprofessional Education, Non-technical Skills, and Simulated Patients.

Visit the Conference web-site for further information and registration.