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Clinical skills and simulation

Hosted Services across Yorkshire and the Humber support a wide variety of Clinical Skills and Simulation activities across the region. All of these services will contribute to and facilitate delivery of the 15 Transformation programmes.


 

Mission statement –

‘We aim to ensure that sustainable processes and resources are in place to continually improve patient safety through clinical skills and simulation’

 

 

Cheryl Day - Programme Lead

e-mail: cheryl.day@yh.hee.nhs.uk

 

 

Kay Ford - Project Manager

Areas of expertise include regional:

  • Care homes and independent providers
  • End of life 
  • Dementia
  • CCGs and community services
  • Training Needs Analysis and skills profiling

email: kay.ford@yh.hee.nhs.uk
telephone: 07920 873026

Tracy Latham - Project Manager

Areas of expertise include regional:

  • RAMPPS (Recognising and Assessing Medical Problems in Psychiatric Settings)
  • Yorkshire and the Humber Children and Neonatal Simulation (YHCaNS) network
  • Technology Enhanced Learning 
  • Acute care settings

email: tracy.latham@yh.hee.nhs.uk
telephone: 07585 999581

 

The Quality Managment System QMS online enables all stakeholders meet clinical quality assurance requirements within the Yorkshire and the Humber region. http://www.qaclinicalskills.co.uk

The Regional Simulated Patient resource is a one-stop resource for users of simulated patients (SPs) and all live training solutions. http://www.simulatedpatients.co.uk/pages/

The Regional Clinical Skills Network is open to individuals and/or organisations involved in clinical skills and simulation training. It facilitates sharing of good practice, specialist expertise and networking. http://www.clinicalskillsnetwork.com/


This Page was last updated on: 5 April 2016

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