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Clinical Lead Simulation
MBBS, FRACP, FCICM, MHPE (research), GCCS, GCHPE, Dip
Paed, GDip Epi
Jenni specialises in Inter-Professional
Simulation-Based Education. As Head of Simulation at the Royal Children’s
Hospital, she and the RCH Simulation Team focus on building capacity for
Simulation–Based Education across the Melbourne Children’s Campus in order to
improve clinical outcomes by training teams on patient safety, by developing
and facilitating education programs on the management of the deteriorating
patient and communication within teams and with families and patients.
Jenni’s 30 + years as a medical clinician has
resulted in her training in General Paediatrics, Neonatology, and Paediatric
Intensive Care across Australia, Canada and England. She currently works clinically with the Paediatric, Infant, and Perinatal Emergency Retrieval
(PIPER) Service at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Victoria, Australia.
Telephone 9345 6918 Email Jenni.Sokol@rch.org.au
Senior Medical Simulation Consultant
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Simulation Educator Clinical Nurse Specialist (Paediatric Intensive Care Unit) DiplApplSc (Nursing), GradDipAdvClinNurs (PICU), MANP (Research) Jo works at the Royal Children’s Hospital as a Simulation Educator as well as a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). Jo’s responsibilities include the development, implementation and support of simulation training programs, simulation trainer training, as well as provision of clinical specialist nursing care to children and their families in the PICU. Over the last 25 years Jo has worked in clinical and nursing educational roles at the RCH, as well as clinical roles at Monash Medical Centre (Clayton Campus), Princess Margaret Hospital (Perth, WA) and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children (London, UK). Most recently (2018), Jo has acted as a Clinical Nurse Consultant (Extra Corporeal Membranous Oxygenation (ECMO) program co-ordinator.Jo has a Diploma of Applied Science (Nursing), a Graduate Diploma In Advanced Clinical Nursing (PICU), a Master of Advanced Nursing Practice (Research). Telephone 9345 6756Email Jo.McKittrick@rch.org.au
Telephone 9345 6730Email email@example.com
Simulation Educator MNE, GCHPE, GCCH, GDip Mid, GDip Critical Care Nursing, BA Nursing
Amy has started working at the Royal Children’s Hospital as a Simulation educator. Amy has worked in a variety of clinical adult roles as a Nurse in Intensive Care and Coronary Care experience. Amy has worked as an educator for the past 10 years in both Private Sector working for Laerdal and as Lecturer of Nursing at Holmesglen Institute.
Telephone 9345 6730Email firstname.lastname@example.org
has returned to Australia to work in an education role within the RCH team having
managed the Simulation team in Qatar. The role included assisting in
development and implementation of simulation-based programs and utilising
simulation to open a new Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Prior to this Ella
worked for 5 years as the Co-Lead in Simulation from commissioning of the
Centres and inception of the program across the Sydney Children’s Hospitals
Network. Ella has a 25-year nursing and clinical education background in
paediatric and neonatal critical care and has worked in the UK, and throughout the
developing countries with the emergency response teams in the International Red
Cross. She was a founding board member of the IPSS and is part of the
International faculty for pediStars India.
Telephone 9345 6730Email email@example.com
B.App.Sci (Physiotherapy), B. Bus.(Mgt), Grad.Dip App Sci (HIM), M.Anim.St (Animal Physiotherapy)
Phil works at the Royal Children’s Hospital as the Simulation Allied Health Clinical Educator as well as a Physiotherapist on Wallaby Ward. He also works as a human and veterinary Physiotherapist in his private practices. “ They say never work with animals and children “ …. Someone has to…. Phil has been a Physiotherapy Manager in Acute and Paediatrics Northern Health and implemented the HWA Simulation program for Latrobe Uni Physiotherapy students across Northern Health campus sites. He is a lecturer and examiner in an elective subject at Melbourne Polytechnic/Latrobe University for the 3rd year Bachelor of Veterinary Nursing degree.Telephone: 93454809Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Simulation Project OfficerTelephone 9345 4809
Elle is a Simulation Technician
at the Royal Children’s Hospital and comes to us with over 5 years of
simulation technology experience. Her role is to assist in the planning,
staging and execution of simulation as well as maintaining and repairing our
equipment. Elle’s interests in simulation also expand into the psychology
behind debriefing and she participates at an introductory level with our
University of Melbourne students.
Since 2012, Elle has studied
Computer Electronic Engineering and worked for notable leaders in simulation
such as Laerdal Medical, Cedars Sinai, and UCLA Medical. Elle obtained a CHSOS
(Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist) certification in 2015.
Telephone 9345 7883
Ifrah is a Simulation Technologist at the Royal Children’s Hospital her role is to assist and facilitate the operations of simulation and facilitate all things in simulation including running manikins /setup /bookings / inventory
Ifrah has studied Biomedical Engineering and worked for Medical Equipment Manufactures like Thermofisher Scientific and Philips Healthcare.
Telephone 9345 7884
Resuscitation Coordinator (Inquiries for the 'First 3 Minutes' Program)Telephone 9345 4951
Simulation Educator - 57882
Vikki Sanders, CNS DolphinDeb O'Donovan, Nursing - Sugar GliderJen Corda, Allied Health - PhysiotherapyNaomi Katz, Medical - Palliative CareChloe Baxter, Medical
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