Join the INSPIRE Community for our annual meeting at IPSS on Friday, September 10. The meeting will be held virtually again this year from Noon-5pm EDT.
INSPIRE is a collaborative group of novice through expert researchers and educators who share a common vision of improving the health and care of children around the world using simulation.
We will spend time collaborating around “Expanding INSPIRE: Mentorship Locally, Internationally and Virtually” in addition to getting updates from ongoing INSPIRE projects and learning about new project opportunities. All those interested in pediatric simulation research and education are encouraged to attend, network and learn from peers.
This year we are also offering a Workshop: Writing for Publication – Structure, Story and Content with Adam Cheng, MD, Director, Research and Development, KidSIM Simulation Program, Alberta Children’s Hospital, Department of Paediatrics, University of Calgary. The workshop will be held from 9-11am EDT.
Writing up a research project for the purposes of publication can be a daunting and challenging task. Manuscripts that are poorly written run the risk of being subject to lengthy reviews or rejection from multiple journals. This workshop offers practical strategies to overcome the hurdle of writing manuscripts for publication. In this workshop, participants will be presented with a simple and effective framework for writing simulation manuscripts – Structure, Story, and Content – and have opportunity to apply this framework to their own research projects. In small group breakout sessions, participants will receive feedback from INSPIRE facilitators, with the goal of ensuring progress is made with ongoing manuscripts. By the end of the workshop, participants will have a clear approach to writing each section of their manuscript with a greater chance of successful publication.
Registration required. Limited to the first 50 attendees