The NHS is potentially facing an unprecedented demand on its services due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The pace and scale of this demand is going to accelerate within weeks and likely to continue for several months. 

Professional registration for simulation technicians

For a technician working in simulation, professional registration proves their competence, ability and integrity. The Science Council's registers uphold and recognise high standards of professional practice by technicians

In October 2016 ASPiH was accepted by the Science Council as a full member organisation and, as a direct result, ASPiH is now recognised as the professional body for simulation technicians and technologists.

Please note - you must hold a professional body membership to apply to the Science Council

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Association of Simulated Practice in Healthcare, 10th Annual Conference, Belfast, UK, 4–6 November 2019

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ASPiH 2020 Virtual Conference

10 - 11 NOVEMBER 2020

ASPiH Virtual Programme 2020.doc v6
Abstract submission new Deadline - Midnight, 31st August 2020



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