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Healthcare Education and Simulation Workshop 2022 Past Event

Event details

The virtual Healthcare Education and Simulation Workshop organised by the School’s Quality and Safety Education Subcommittee held on August 4, 2022 (Day One) was well received by near 300 participants from fourteen countries and regions. The theme of this year’s event was “Technology enhances active learning in nursing education”. Professor Chia-Chin Lin, Head of School, kicked off the virtual event with welcoming remarks and Dr Veronica Lam, Chair of the Quality & Safety Education Subcommittee wrapped up the event with take-home messages and a vote of thanks. Distinguished speakers shared their expertise in using technology to facilitate students’ active learning, with Dr John Fung, Lecturer, as the moderator. The speakers line-up was as follows:

  • Professor Gojiro Nakagami and Dr Toshiaki Takahashi
    Professor and Assistant Professor, Department of Gerontological Nursing / Wound Care Management, Division of Health Science and Nursing, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
    Topic: Using Ultrasonography and AR/XR in Nursing: Experience in Japan 
  • Dr So Hing-yu 
    President, Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists
    Topic: Emotion and Simulation-based Healthcare Education
  • Dr Liaw Sok-ying
    Associate Professor, Director of Education (Undergraduate Academic), Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore
    Topic: Virtual Reality Simulation-based Interprofessional Education
  • Professor Janet Wong Yuen-ha
    Professor, Dean, School of Nursing and Health Studies, Hong Kong Metropolitan University
    Topic: Serious Gaming to Foster Teamwork in Interprofessional Education
  • Dr Cecilia Sit Tin-yan
    Lecturer, School of Nursing, The University of Hong Kong
    Topic: Promoting Students' Interviewing Confidence and Clinical Judgement: A Chatbot Approach in Clinical Education

The face-to-face Practical Simulation Workshop held on August 5, 2022 (Day Two). The event was commenced by Dr Veronica Lam, Senior Lecturer and Chairperson of the School’s Quality and Safety Education Subcommittee, by delivered a talk on “Simulation-based Education and Principles”.  Followed by participants getting their hands-on practice in developing and conducting simulation-based scenarios, as well as debriefing.  The participants from various nursing institutes and local clinical settings worked hard during the workshop and exchanged ideas on improving simulation-based learning to facilitate nursing students’ learning experiences.