Publications & videos
PUBLICATIONS ABOUT BOOT CAMP & SCOTTISH IST SIMULATION STRATEGY
Walker KG, Shah A. Simulation for early years surgical training. Surgery 2021; 39(12): 771-7.
Walker KG, Blackhall VI, Hogg, ME, Watson AJM. Eight years of surgical boot camps – how we do it now. J Sur Ed 2020; 77(2): 235-241.
Blackhall VI, Cleland J, Moug S, Wilson P, Walker KG. Barriers and facilitators to deliberate practice using take-home laparoscopic simulators. Surg Endos 2019; 33(9): 2951-9.
Cleland J, Patey R, Thomas I, Walker K, O’Connor P, Russ S. Supporting transitions in medical career pathways: the role of simulation-based education. Advances in Simulation 2016; 1: 14.
Cleland J, Walker KG, Gale M, Nicol LG. Understanding the sociocultural complexity of a surgical simulation “Boot Camp”. Med Educ 2016; 50: 829-841.
Nicol LG, Walker KG, Cleland J, Partridge R, Moug S. Incentivising practice with take-home laparoscopic simulators in two UK Core Surgical Training Programmes. BMJ STEL 2016; 0: 1-6.
Thomas I, Nicol L, Regan L, Cleland J, Maliepaard D, Clark L, Walker K, Duncan J. Medical students driven to distraction. Improving patient safety teaching through the use of a simulated ward round experience: a prospective controlled study. BMJ Qual Saf 2015; 24: 154-161.
From 2020 RCSEd webinar series on Surgical Simulation:-
1. Ken Walker on Surgical Simulation
2. Ken Walker on Scottish Surgical Boot Camps
3. Michael Moneypenny on debriefing
4. Jen Cleland on researching surgical simulation
5. Ken Walker on Scottish IST simulation strategy
6. Alison Lannigan, Ken Walker, Michael Moneypenny, Jen Cleland. Simulation - making it work.
COURSE VIDEOS, MANUALS AND RESOURCES FOR TRAINEES AND FACULTY, ARE ON THE BOOT CAMP INTRANET.