We were thrilled to see Cecilia Korb awarded the runner-up poster prize in simulation at the Developing Excellence in Medical Education Conference (DEMEC) held in Manchester. The presentation was on educational research led by SPRinT using deliberate practice with feedback to improve the quality of CPR in the paediatric intensive care unit.
The Cardiothoracic Section of the Royal Society of Medicine announced a conference on “Frontiers: Simulation in Cardiothoracic Surgery.” The Sprint Team was represented on this meeting by Orsolya Friedrich who is a trainee congenital surgeon in the Royal Brompton Hospital and is also heavily involved with our efforts on developing new departmental guideline for emergency..Read More
The SPRinT Programme received a commendation on 2nd December, 2015 by the Health Business Awards in the Patient Safety category. The Awards have an established reputation for showcasing the success stories in the health sector. The Health Business Awards recognise and celebrate the significant contributions made each year by organisations and individuals that work inside..Read More
SPRinT Programme at Royal Brompton Hospital SHORTLISTED FOR PRESTIGIOUS HSJ AWARD The SPRinT Programme based at Royal Brompton Hospital has been shortlisted in the Patient Safety category at the 2015 Health Service Journal (HSJ) Awards in partnership with Celesio, to be held on 18 November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. The Health Service Journal..Read More
Education and Training in Patient Safety Winner SPRinT Royal Brompton Hospital Judges called the work by Royal Brompton Hospital “outstanding” and “innovative”. As the winner of our Education and Training award Royal Brompton has been recognised for the delivery of its simulated inter-professional team training (SPRinT) programme. The SPRinT programme aims to improve cross departmental and..Read More
Dr MacGloin qualified from Imperial College, London and prior to entering paediatric training, completed research into health-seeking behaviours within cluster randomized trials addressing perinatal mortality. Her research interests continued during her ST3 post in PICU/Paediatric Cardiology at Royal Brompton Hospital, where she contributed to research into the demographic, surgical and intensive care unit factors impacting..Read More
Highly commended for Simulation Poster Competition (3 posters) Health Education North West London invited poster presentations of innovative work being undertaken in the field of simulation education across North West London. All three posters submitted by the SPRinT Programme were awarded as Highly Commended. “Impact of Interprofessional In-situ Simulated Team Training in the Paediatric Outpatient..Read More
The team won the Educational Impact Award, which is designed to assess a project’s educational and organisational change impact. The team was also awarded the 2012 Academic Activity Award, which is designed to highlight NHS London trusts or healthcare education teams that have undertaken extensive academic activity to underpin simulation as an educational tool.
The innovative work of Royal Brompton Hospital’s SPRinT programme triumphed at the London Deanery’s annual ‘Quality Improvement and Innovation in Healthcare Education’ conference in Dec 2011. In an award ceremony, the London Deanery, NHS London and the Education Commissioning System (ECS) recognised training interventions which were innovative and promoted patient safety at their trust. Despite..Read More
Our programme has been commended by the London Deanery for its outstanding contribution to ‘Excellence in Education’ and awarded a Gold standard in ‘In-situ’ Team Training. To promote Excellence and Innovation in education, London Deanery invite clinical educators from London NHS organisations to highlight their approaches to simulation-based training. At the same conference the innovative..Read More