Jules Willcocks chats to Jessica Stokes-Parish about simulation, a growing area of medical education and training.
Summary Writer: Lucy Coles
Script Writer: Jessica Stokes-Parish, Jules Willcocks
Editor: Jessica Stokes-Parish
Interviewer: Jules Willcocks
Interviewee: Jessica Stokes-Parish
Jess is an ICU Registered Nurse and Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice at Bond University. She has worked as an educator in a variety of settings, and holds a PhD in Medical Education – where she explored authenticity in simulation. Jess has an interest in social media as a means of science communication and equity in healthcare. She’s also a co-producer of Simulcast – a podcast all about simulation.
Jules Willcocks is an Emergency Medicine Consultant and the Director of Prevocational Education and Training at Gosford Hospital.
His interest is in bringing out the best in people principally through mentoring and coaching. He firmly believes that wellbeing is a crucial part of this and that you cannot look after someone to the best of your abilities if you yourself are not well.
He trained as an executive coach and has a particular interest in financial wellness for doctors.
He is married with two boys, which is why he’s not living a degenerate life in Las Vegas and loves playing poker and fine single malt Islay whisky.
With Jessica Stokes Parish, ICU Registered Nurse and Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice at Bond University, Queensland, Australia
Simulation is a growing area of medical education and training, providing valuable opportunities to implement and consolidate clinical skills in a safe learning environment. This podcast explains the basics of simulation and provides some tips for junior doctors interested in getting involved.
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