ASPiH Standards for Simulation-Based Education (SBE)
The Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) created the Standards for SBE to combine relevant best practice and published evidence in simulation-based education for all healthcare professionals with consideration of a number of existing quality assurance processes currently in use across the UK and around the world.
'The ASPiH Standards provide a strong backbone in the description and clarification of the required standards. I am happy to tell that again I found valuable help in your framework'
Helge Lorentzen -Director of Educational Strategy and Standards - SAFER - Stavanger Acute Medicine Foundation for Education and Research
ASPiH Standards Framework Consultation report Consultation Report, Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Standards for Simulation-based education© 2017
The ASPiH Standards Framework and Guidance, Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Standards for Simulation-based education© 2016
THE 21 STANDARDS Pamphlet Standards Framework, Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Standards for Simulation-based education© 2016
ASPiH STANDARDS for SBE BRISTOL PowerPoint PRESENTATION
Those who have contributed to the development of the ASPiH Standards for SBE have been acknowledged in the relevant iterations of the document but ASPiH would also like to acknowledge the valuable input provided to first iteration of the ASPiH standards document from the following individuals -
Professor Bryn Baxendale, Past President, Association of Simulated Practice in Healthcare and Professor of Simulation, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham.
Omer Farooq, Clinical Educational Leadership Fellow, Hull Institute of Learning and Simulation and Yorks and Humber Deanery
Graham Fent, Educational Leadership in Simulation Fellow, Hull Institute of Learning and Simulation and Yorks and Humber Deanery
Carrie Hamilton, Simulated Patient Lead, Training and Development, University Hospital, Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.
Mark Hellaby, North West Simulation Education Network Manager, Health Education North West
Pete Jaye, Simulation Director, Guy’s and St Thomas's Simulation Centre, London.
Rhoda MacKenzie, Member, Standards Committee, Association or Simulated Practice in Healthcare, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Medical Education, University of Aberdeen
Clair Merriman, Member, Standards Committee, Association or Simulated Practice in Healthcare, Principal Lecturer, Head of Professional Practice Skills, Oxford Brookes University
Jane Nicklin, Regional Clinical Skills Advisor, Health Education Yorkshire and the Humber
Anoop Prakash, Educational Leadership in Simulation Fellow, Hull Institute of Learning and Simulation and Yorkshire and Humber Deanery.
Prof Nick Sevdalis, Professor of Implementation Science & Patient Safety; Chief Editor, BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning .
Ann Sunderland, Director of Clinical Skills and Simulation, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds
Response to ‘ASPiH standards for simulation-based education: process of consultation, design and implementation’ (10 July, 2018) Kristina T Dreifuerst, Teresa Gore, Bette Mariani