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The North East Simulation Network

Northumbria University


The North East Simulation Network (NESN) will be holding their second regional event at the new Knowledge Exchange Hub at Northumbria University on Thursday, 21st March 2019. This event will showcase best practice in simulation based medical education from both the North East and around the UK.

If you are regularly involved in simulation based education or simply interested in simulation as an educational tool this event is for you!

The event, aimed at a multi- disciplinary audience from all aspect of healthcare, will also feature the TECHnology room program, led by the NESN tech champions.

Keynote Speakers Include:

  • Dr Julie Mardon, Lead for Undergraduate Simulation Training, Glasgow Medical School
  • Prof Bob Jarman, MSc Point of Care Ultrasound Lead, Teesside University
  • Prof Alison Machin, Professor of Nursing and Inter-professional Learning, Northumbria University

The program will also feature a NESN shining stars section, providing an opportunity to see local speakers who have won prizes at national conferences.

This is a free event but places are limited.

To register for the event click here.






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Event Details

Northumbria University
Coach Lane Campus West, C Block
Newcastle upon Tyne


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