Human Factors: A Quick Guide
Check out our Human Factors Quick Guide
People in mental health crisis depend on a fast, effective and streamlined response – so they get the right support, whichever service they turn to first. Respond is the ground-breaking simulation training package helping to put this right. Designed in the North East by professionals in mental health crisis care working with experts by experience, Respond simulates a mental health crisis scenario with video and audio clips, and group discussion in a safe environment.
Faculty Training Day
DASH centre is hosting a Faculty Development day on 24th November with limited reserved places for NESN. Places booked on a first come first serve basis.
Simulation Teaching Fellow post
DASH are looking for a Simulation Teaching Fellow for next year!
Attention all NESN members attending this years ASPiH conference -
Regional Sepsis Awareness Conference
The regional sepsis awareness conference aimed and senior doctors and consultants in being held at the Stadium of Light on the 3rd of October. See flyer for details on how to book.
Bright Sparks Awards
Dont miss out on the chance of a Bright Sparks Award. The closing date for entries is Monday September 11th, 2017
Support for a University Qualification in Patient Safety
Call for expressions of interest: Support for a University Qualification in Patient Safety
Trauma FX Essential 1 Day Casualty Simulation Training Course
A Trauma FX Essential 1 Day Casualty Simulation Training Course is being hosted by DASH. A great opportunity to learn moulage skills without having to travel too far!
Clinical Human Factors Forum 21st June
There are a few places remaining on the Clinical Human Factors Forum on 21st June.
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