Welcome to the ASPiH website, designed to keep our simulation community up to date with the latest news and developments.

During these challenging times, we are aware that great work undertaken by the simulation technician community has assisted or helped lead alternative ways to support delivery of simulation-based education and training in many different settings.

We are seeing adaptation and innovation everywhere, but we need to identify and understand what works best, what has failed, and what has been learned over this period.

So, the plan is to work together; sharing learning, celebrating achievements and capturing the detail, so that cohesion and consistency can be delivered for the benefit of both faculty members and learners alike.

To keep up to date with COVID-19 resources and news click HERE


Did you miss the conference Q&A session

ASPIH’s Moving Upstream 

Fear not... catch up by downloading the slides from the session:

ASPIH Conference 2021 QA - C Laws-Chapman S Weldon 10th May 2021 


This year, ASPiH are excited to share with you some new conference category formats for you to present your work at our virtual event.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have you can get in touch EMAIL our events team.

Have a look HERE to find out more about each category!

OMS Scenarios - Free for members

If you missed the session to find out how to access free scenarios - exclusive for ASPiH Members - watch the video here:



Read our latest newsletter HERE this issue has been sponsored by SMOTS.

Highlights in this issue:

  • Science Council Update
  • Upcoming Events for members
  • Accreditation
  • Job Vacancies and much more...


ASPiH Twitter Chat

Monthly topical conversation sessions to help us stay connected, sharing views and ideas.

Join us @ASPIHUK


ASPiH Conference Moving Upstream

8th - 10th November 2021

Programme and more details can be found HERE


Follow our latest news and developments…. @ASPiHUK

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