AWARDS


HIN Innovation Award for Managing Challenging Situations for non-clinical staff in Mental Health Settings simulation course


RCPsych Rehabilitation and Social Psychiatry Faculty 2015 - Douglas Bennett Prize: Interprofessional simulation to build confidence and skills in working with families and networks. Dr Chris Kowalski.

ASPiH Annual Conference 2015 – Poster Presentation Prize: An evaluation of in vivo versus simulation suite delivered simulation-based mental health training for emergency department teams. Dr Rosemary Humphreys, James Pathan, Chris Attoe, Dr Simon Calvert, Dr Sean Cross. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A26.2.abstract?sid=04985981-67aa-4f13-88e3-fbb3cba733f0


PUBLICATIONS


Fernando, A., Attoe, C., Jaye, P., Cross, S., Pathan, J., & Wessely, S. (2017). Improving Interprofessional Approaches to Physical and Psychiatric Comorbidities Through Simulation. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 13(4), 186-193.

Kowalski, C., Attoe, C., Ekdawi, I., Parry, C., Phillips, S., & Cross, S. (2017). Interprofessional simulation training to promote working with families and networks in mental health services. Academic Psychiatry. In Print

Kowalski, C., Ekdawi, I., Parry, C., Phillips, S. (2015). Simulating Families: Building Confidence and Skills In Working With Families And Networks. Context Magazine (Association of Family Therapy, UK). Winter 2015. 

Kowalski, C. M., Attoe, C., Fisher, M., & Cross, S. (2016). Interprofessional simulation to improve collaborative working for young people with physical and mental health needs. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 101(Suppl 1), A49-A49.

Kowalski, C., Jabur, Z. (2015). Bringing Freud into the debrief. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning;1:Suppl 2 A28-A29

Kowalski, C., Humphreys, R., Piette, A. (2015) The participant experience in interprofessional mental health simulation. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning;1:Suppl 2 A37

Piette, A., Humphreys, R., Kowalski, C. Cross, S. (2015) Integrating simulation as mandatory training for community mental health teams BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning;1:Suppl 2 A32-A33


Attoe, C., Kowalski, C., Fernando, A., & Cross, S. (2016). Integrating mental health simulation into routine health-care education. The Lancet Psychiatry, 3(8), 702-703. Accessed at: http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpsy/article/PIIS2215-0366(16)30100-6/abstract</a>

Billon, G., Attoe, C., Marshall-Tate, K., Riches, S., Wheildon, J., Cross, S. (2016). Simulation training to support healthcare professionals to meet the health needs of people with intellectual disabilities. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, 10(5), 284-292. Accessed at: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/AMHID-08-2016-0018?journalCode=amhid

Billon, G., Attoe, C., & Lavelle, M. (2016). Happy families: Simulation training to support family and carer involvement in mental healthcare. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 2 (Suppl 1) A1-A2. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_1/A1.3

Billon, G. (2016).Meeting the health needs of people with intellectual disabilities. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 2 (Suppl 1) A9. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_1/A9.1

Fisher, M., & Attoe, C. (2016). Interprofessional simulation training to address medically unexplained symptoms across the healthcare system. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 2 (Suppl 1) A9-A10. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_1/A9.2

Virk, K., & Evans, G. (2016). Exploring the possibilities for drone camera use in mental health simulation. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 2 (Suppl 1) A11. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_1/A11.2

Evans, G., Virk, K., & Pathan, J. (2016). Realism and fidelity in mental health simulation. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 2 (Suppl 1) A14-A15. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_1/A14.3

Parish, S. (2016). Front of house: Managing mental health situations – simulation for non-clinical staff (bands 1-4). BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 2 (Suppl 1) A61-A62. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_1/A61.3

Vishwas, A., Attoe, C., & Fernando, A. (2016). Collaborative and interprofessional simulation training to promote integrated delivery of healthcare. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 2 (Suppl 1) A28-A29. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_1/A28.2

Billon, G., & Attoe, C. (2016). Mental health simulation workshop on therapeutic alliance. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 2 (Suppl 1) A38. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_1/A38.1


Jabur, Z., & Attoe, C. (2015). Exploring the nontechnical skills of cognitive and personal bias to improve clinical skills and risks assessments. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 2), A9. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A9.1.abstract?sid=18469593-577d-4cf0-8019-904aeabd0aaf

Tritschler, C., Kowalski, C., & Minster, R. (2015). Effecting organisational changes following in-situ simulations in mental health hospitals. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 2), A10. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A10.2.abstract?sid=18469593-577d-4cf0-8019-904aeabd0aaf

Campbell, L., & Cross, S. (2015). Developing simpatico – simulation for de-escalation, conflict resolution and rapport building. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 2), A14. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A14.2.abstract?sid=a84bb519-2549-47a6-8a93-7e90bf40b396

Attoe, C., Sherwali, S., & Jabur, Z. (2015). Student interprofessional mental health simulation: Measuring the impact. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 2), A19-20. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A19.3.abstract?sid=51683447-74b1-4621-bf38-707c716bf906

Fernando, A., & Cross, S. (2015). Mental health simulation training: The bigger picture – why it’s needed nationally. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 2), A23. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A23.2.abstract?sid=51683447-74b1-4621-bf38-707c716bf906


Thomson, A. B., Cross, S., Key, S., Jaye, P., & Iversen, A. C. (2013). How we developed an emergency psychiatry training course for new residents using principles of high-fidelity simulation. Medical teacher, 35(10), 797-800. Accessed at: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/0142159X.2013.803522

Jabur, Z., Curtis, V., Piette, A., Wilson, C., Campbell, L., Pathan, J. & Reedy, G. (2014). To Admit Or Not To Admit, That Is The Question. Enhancing Decision Making Skills In Mental Health Through Simulation. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 1), A28-A28. Accessed At: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_1/A28.1.abstract

Campbell, L., Reedy, G., Tritschler, C., Pathan, J., Wilson, C., Jabur, Z., & Cross, S. (2014). Using Simulation to Promote Safe and Therapeutic Services In Mental Health Settings. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 1), A29-A29. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_1/A29.2.short

Wilson, C., Reedy, G., Jabur, Z., Campbell, L., Pathan, J., Tritschler, C., & Cross, S. Learning To Interact With The Legal System Using Simulation In Psychiatry. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 1), A32-A33. Accessed at: http://epostersonline.s3.amazonaws.com/aspih2014/aspih2014.011004a.NORMAL.pdf

Jabur, Z., Cross, S., Pathan, J., Wilson, C., Tritschler, C., Campbell, L., & Reedy, G. (2014). Novel Use Of Simulation In Mental Health Education. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1 (Suppl 1), A15-A15. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_1/A15.2.short


WORKSHOPS

Williams L, Campbell L. 2017. 'Enhancing your Debrief: A recap on high end communication tools'. Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine (SESAM) Annual Meeting, Paris, June 2017. 


Interprofessional training at the mental-physical interface, Dr Gregoire Billon, Dr Megan Fisher, Dr Anupama Vishwas, Chris Attoe. Presented at Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine 2016, Lisbon.

Developing a curriculum for interprofessional mental health training in new models of care, Dr Zaina Jabur, Dr Mary Lavelle, Chris Attoe. Presented at Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine 2016, Lisbon.


Actors in healthcare simulation, Dr Zaina Jabur, David Steadman. Presented at ASPIH 2016.


Interprofessional Simulation: The New Way to Teach Generation X. Dr Gregoire Billon, Dr Megan Fisher, Dr Anupama Vishwas. Presented at the London School of Psychiatry Annual Trainee Conference 2015.


Designing interprofessional simulation: Lessons from Mental Health. Christopher Kowalski, Rosemary A Humphreys. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2015.


How theatre, TV and film production techniques can be applied to mental health simulation scenarios to enhance and improve the fidelity. James Pathan, Gareth Evans, Kiran Virk. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2015.

Supporting mental health in-situ simulations in challenging clinical environments. James Pathan, Kiran Virk, Gareth Evans, Dr Ros Humphreys. Presented at SimGHOSTS (ASPiH) conference 2015.


SYMPOSIA

Symposium on Mental Health. Dr Zainab Jabur, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting 2015.


PRIZES

RCPsych Liaison Psychiatry Faculty Conference 2015 – 1st prize oral presentation: Anticipating Behaviour that Challenges: Designing an Interprofessional Simulation-Based Training for Acute Medical Staff. Dr Rosemary A Humphreys, Dr Sean Cross.

RCPsych International Congress 2015 - 2nd prize Trainee researcher of the year, Education and Training Category: The use of interprofessional simulation (IPS) to promote collaborative working at the mental-physical interface. Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Asanga Fernando, Dr Sean Cross.
 
King’s Health Partners Safety Connections conference 2015 - 3rd prize poster: The use of interprofessional simulation (IPS) to promote collaborative working at the mental-physical interface. Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Asanga Fernando, Dr Sean Cross.


ORAL PRESENTATIONS


Lessons learned: Implementing a UK developed simulation training course in a Canadian setting. Erica McDiarmid, Latika Nirula, Chris Kowalski, Asanga Fernando, Ivan Silver. Presented at AMEE Annual Conference 2017, Helsinki, Finland.

Simulation as innovation: Designing courses for psychiatric nursing education. Christina Tritschler, Chris Kowalski, Sandra Parish, Rosy Minster, Lloyd Campbell. Presented at the Royal College of Nursing 21st International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research conference, Manchester, UK 2015.

In-Situ Interprofessional Simulation Training for Emergency Response Teams in Mental Health Units. Christina Tritschler, Chris Kowalski, Gareth Evans, Lloyd Campbell. Presented at the Royal College of Nursing 21st International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research conference, Manchester, UK, 2015.

Interprofessional simulation (IPS) to promote positive attitudinal change towards patients with mental health needs. Christopher Kowalski, Catherine Wilson, Rosemary A Humphreys, Angharad Piette, Asanga Fernando, Sean Cross. Presented at ASME Annual Conference 2015, Edinburgh, UK. 


Towards New Models of Care: Developing a curriculum for interprofessional mental health training, Chris Attoe, Dr Zaina Jabur, Dr Mary Lavelle. Presented at Association for Medical Education in Europe 2016, Barcelona.

Simulation learning as an innovative way to teach psychiatry, James Pathan, Asanga Fernando. Presented at EFPT Forum 2016, Antwerp.


‘In situ’ simulation to support the management of medically deteriorating patients in mental health settings, Chris Attoe, Christina Tritschler, Dr Mary Lavelle. Presented at Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine 2016, Lisbon.

Mental health simulation training for working more effectively with service users’ families and support networks, Chris Attoe, Gregoire Billon, Dr Mary Lavelle. Presented at Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine 2016, Lisbon.

A Simulation course aimed to help improve mental health awareness within police and paramedics, Dr Anupama Vishwas, Dr Megan Fisher, Dr Gregoire Billon. Presented at the South London Simulation Network conference 2016.

Therapeutic Alliance Ruptures & Resolutions: A Simulation Training Design to Enhance Clinicians’ Alliance-Building Skills, Dr Gregoire Billon, Dr Anupama Vishwas, Dr Megan Fisher. Presented at the Society in Europe for Simulation for Medicine 2016, Lisbon.


Human Factors in Safety Training: Maudsley Simulation’s Approach. Lloyd Campbell, Brian Hanna, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at the General Services Association 9th Annual Conference 2015.


The use of interprofessional simulation (IPS) to promote collaborative working at the mental-physical interface. Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Asanga Fernando, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at King’s Health Partners Safety Connections conference 2015.

In-Situ Interprofessional Simulation Training for Teams in Mental Health Units. Christina Tritschler, Dr Chris Kowalski, Lloyd Campbell, Gareth Evans. Presented at King’s Health Partners Safety Connections conference 2015.

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Interprofessional simulation (IPS) to promote positive attitudinal change towards patients with mental health needs. Dr Christopher Kowalski, Dr Catherine Wilson, Dr Rosemary A Humphreys, Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Asanga Fernando, Dr Sean Cross. Present at ASME Scientific Meeting 2015.

The use of interprofessional simulation training to improve collaborative working for young people with physical and mental health needs. Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at the RCPsych Child and Adolescent Faculty conference 2015.

In-Situ Interprofessional Simulation Training for Emergency Response Teams in Mental Health Units. Christina Tritschler, Dr Chris Kowalski, Lloyd Campbell, Gareth Evans. Presented at the 21st International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research conference 2015 (RCN).

Simulation as innovation: Designing courses for psychiatric nursing education. Christina Tritschler, Dr Christopher Kowalski, Sandra Parish, Rosy Minster, Lloyd Campbell. Presented at the 21st International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research conference 2015 (RCN).

Effecting organisational changes following in-situ simulations in mental health hospitals. Christina Tritschler, Christopher Kowalski, Rosy Minster. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2015.

Bringing Freud into the Debrief. Dr Christopher Kowalski, Dr Zainab Jabur. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2015. Integrating simulation as mandatory training in community mental health teams. Dr Angharad Piette. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2015.

Anticipating Behaviour that Challenges: Designing an Interprofessional Simulation-Based Training for Acute Medical Staff. Dr Rosemary A Humphreys, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at RCPsych Liaison Psychiatry Faculty Conference 2015.

Learning To Interact with the Legal System Using Simulation in Psychiatry. Dr Catherine Wilson, Dr Gabriel Reedy, Dr Zainab Jabur, Lloyd Campbell, James Pathan, Christina Tritschler, Adrian Luff, Dr Sean Cross,. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2014 and at the IMSH Annual Conference 2015.

Novel Use Of Simulation In Mental Health Education. Dr Zainab Jabur, Dr Sean Cross, James Pathan, Dr Catherine Wilson, Chris Tritschler, Lloyd Campbell, Adrian Luff. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2014.

Using Simulation To Promote Safe And Therapeutic Services In Mental Health Settings. Lloyd Campbell, Gabriel Reedy, Christina Tritschler, James Pathan, Dr Catherine Wilson, Dr Zainab Jabur, & Dr Sean Cross. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2014.


POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Simulation to train psychiatric nurses for leadership. Lloyd Campbell, Christina Tritschler, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2015. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A35.1.abstract?sid=cd628816-3d26-43ae-aae9-e1ec37c9e21d

ASPiH Annual Conference 2015 – Bringing Freud into the debrief. Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Zainab Jabur. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A28.2.abstract?sid=3e10514f-a500-48e1-b591-9b4abc34a1db

ASPiH Annual Conference 2015 – Integrating simulation as mandatory training for community mental health teams. Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Rosemary Humphreys, Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Sean Cross. Accessed at: http://stel.bmj.com/content/1/Suppl_2/A32.2.abstract?sid=04985981-67aa-4f13-88e3-fbb3cba733f0

Innovative, interprofessional simulation workshops at the mental-physical interface. Dr Asanga Fernando, Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at Developing Excellence in Medical Education Conference 2015.

Promoting positive attitudes towards patients with mental health needs using interprofessional simulation. Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Catherine Wilson, Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Rosemary Humphreys, Dr Asanga Fernando, Chris Attoe, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at the Faculty of General Adult Psychiatry Annual Conference 2015.

The use of interprofessional simulation (IPS) to promote collaborative working at the mental-physical interface. Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Asanga Fernando, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at RCPsych International Congress 2015

Mental health crisis in the emergency department: Outcomes from a new interprofessional simulation. Dr Rosemary A Humphreys, Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Catherine Wilson, Dr Christopher Kowalski, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at RCPsych International Congress 2015.

Developing an Interprofessional Perinatal Mental Health Simulation to Improve Confidence, Attitudes and Knowledge. Dr Catherine Wilson, Dr Rosemary Humphreys, Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Christopher Kowalski, Dr Sean Cross & Dr Gertrude Seneviratne. Presented at RCPsych International Congress 2015.

The use of simulation training in service reconfiguration in community mental health. Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Rosemary A Humphreys, Dr Christopher Kowalski, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at RCPsych International Congress 2015.

Using Simulation to Promote Collaborative Working in Mental Healthcare. Dr Catherine Wilson, Dr Chris Kowalski, Dr Rosemary A Humphreys, Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at AMEE Annual conference 2015.

The Participant Experience in Interprofessional Mental Health Simulation. Dr Christopher Kowalski, Dr Rosemary A Humphreys, Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Catherine Wilson. Presented at ASPiH Annual Conference 2015.

To Admit or Not To Admit, That Is the Question. Enhancing Decision Making Skills in Mental Health Through Simulation. Dr Angharad Piette, Dr Zainab Jabur, Dr Vivienne Curtis, Dr Sean Cross. Presented at London Deanery Annual Psychiatry Trainee Conference 2014.
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