SMACC SIM IT
To any Sim Team out there in the world, why not send us a clip of how you ‘Sim It’ that we can show at the SMACC Sydney conference.
The SMACC Sim team are currently planning a number of different main stage sessions to showcase how the different facets of simulation can be used in a multitude of ways to promote reflection and learning in the workplace.
We’re keen to learn how others do it too, from right across the globe.
Send us a 1-2 minute video of how you ‘Sim It’, filmed on an iPhone and edited in iMovie, on a title of your choice from the list below. We’ll be showing the clips in a noisy venue so make them visual and maybe use subtitles if there’s information you can’t convey with images.
Choose from one of the following titles:
- the people
- the space
- your favourite sim thing
- what your sim team does that makes you special
- using sim for difficult conversations
- sim for testing protocols and pathways
- reflection, feedback and debriefing
- your favourite in-situ simulation spot
- the thing you’ve changed because of sim (e.g. clinical space, protocol, equipment)
- highlight your scholarship (e.g. talk up some paper you’ve published or are working on)
Submit your clip to this webpage by 10th February 2019. We will then show your ‘Sim It’ video during the conference, for others to learn about how you do it and for us all to share our practices and top tips.
Should you have any questions or queries please don’t hesitate to email the SMACC Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can’t wait to see what you do.
The SMACC Sim Team
Terms & Conditions:
- In order to be eligible, videos must be no longer than 2 minutes.
- T&Cs will apply and need to be agreed by the submitting team before the video will be shown at conference
- The SMACC Organising Committee and the SMACC Simulation Team reserve the rights to reject any submissions deemed unsuitable and to edit final videos.
- There will be no financial renumeration to the submitting team for costs incurred in making the video
- There will be no financial renumeration to the submitting team for having their video showcased at conference
- Teams submitting successful entries will be notified and able to review the final result of editing before providing their final consent to general publication
- Responsibility for obtaining consent from each individual in the video is of the submitting team and should be obtained prior to submission, this consent will need to include permission to showcasing the video at SMACC Conference but also on affiliated social media forums.