The Launch of the National Simulation Office Thursday 12th October – The Galleria at EPIC, IFSC
The new National Simulation Office (NSO) is being established under the leadership of Prof. Dara Byrne, the newly appointed Clinical Lead for Simulation.
The vision for simulation in Ireland is that it will transform healthcare, empowering all healthcare professions to provide safe, effective, patient- centered care that meets the evolving needs of healthcare organisations. Modern simulation, when carefully co-designed, supports competence in the individual, performance in the interprofessional team and a culture of safety and quality improvement in healthcare organisations.
This appointment will bring together the simulation expertise, passion and enthusiasm that exists in Ireland to identify key priority areas and strategic goals that can ensure success in developing high quality sustainable simulation nationally.
The NSO, once established, will facilitate, support, and provide leadership to a collaborative group who will inform the shared strategic priorities for the office.
This event held in the historic EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin’s Docklands will provide an opportunity to hear about the role of the NSO and why 21st century simulation is a must have for all healthcare organisations who want to improve the quality and safety of care.
Speakers confirmed so far include:
Prof. Dara Byrne, National Clinical Lead for Simulation in the HSE, National Simulation Office
Ms. Heather Helen, Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Galway
Dr. Mary Browne, Clinical Lead for the QPS Education team within NQPSD
Prof. Brian Kinirons, Director of NDTP
More to come
The Panel includes: Dr. Anne Gallen, Int. Area Director, Nursing and Midwifery Planning and Development
Ms. Jackie Reed, National Lead, National HSCP Office.
Dr. Orla Healy, National Clinical Director of Quality and Patient Safety in the HSE
Prof. Diarmuid O’ Shea, Incoming President at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI)
Prof. Helen Whelton, Chief Academic Officer to the South South West Hospital Group. Chair CAO Group
More to come
About this Event:
13:30 Registration and casual lunch
15:00 Panel and Q&A
Further details to follow…..
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