The Russian Society for Simulation Education in Medicine, ROSOMED is a society consisting of like-minded people and enthusiasts of simulation technologies in healthcare education. It unites specialists from the relevant field, such as simulation training tutors and facilitators, heads of learning centres, researchers working in correspondent field of the modern education science, developers, manufacturers and suppliers of simulation equipment.
The society conducts its annual Congress in October, as a part of the International conference "Russian Medical Education". This year ROSOMED-2019 will take place on October 2-5, 2019 in Saint-Petersburg.
Venue of the conference: Park Inn Radisson Pribaltiyskaya, Saint-Petersburg.
The program will start with hands-on work-shops and lectures delivered by guest speakers on the Pre-conference day, on Wednesday, October, 2. The Main Program is scheduled for Thursday and Friday, October 3-4. The Post-conference Day offers the work-shops on Saturday, October 5, which will be the last day of the program. The main topics of the event will be the following:
Also, issues related to the selection and training of the members of certification committees and management staff of simulation centers, implementation of simulation technologies in higher education, professional education and postgraduate education, issues of continuous education, will be addressed. For the first time this year, a dedicated section for technical specialists will be set up to house operators, instructors, engineers and software developers.
For the first time the founder and Secretary General of the International Association for medical education (AMEE), author of several popular methods in medical education, including OSCE, Professor Ronald M. Harden will participate as an honoured speaker. Also, several regular participants will take part in the event: Prof. Trevor Gibbs, Director of development AMEE; Prof. Barry Issenberg, Head of the Centre for research in medical education Michael S. Gordon; Ross J. Scalese, Director of development of educational technologies of the Centre for research in medical education Michael S. Gordon; representatives of international and European simulation societies.
Traditionally the contest “Innovations in simulation training” will be held. Universities and Simulation Centers will demonstrate inventions and innovations. The best three innovations, selected by the Congress participants will be awarded.
We are looking forward to see you at ROSOMED-2019. Welcome to our North Venice, to the Second Russian Capital - beautiful Saint-Petersburg!
The Russian Society for Simulation Education in Medicine, ROSOMED advocates promotion of the simulation techniques into the healthcare education and medical practice. Simulation in medical education allows aquisition of the manual and cognitive skills in a safe environment, without risk for the patients.
ROSOMED is a national Russian society consisting of like-minded people and enthusiasts of simulation technologies in healthcare education. It unites specialists from the relevant field, such as simulation training tutors and facilitators, heads of learning centers, researchers working in correspondent field of the modern education science, developers, manufacturers and suppliers of simulation equipment.
The Society was established at the Founding Congress held on February 25, 2012. Then its Charter and protocols of 43 regional subsidiaries of the society were submitted to the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation. ROSOMED was registered, and the Registration certificate of the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation dated June 6, 2012 was issued.
Today the Society has over 500 members. ROSOMED publishes its Journal - "Virtual Technologies in Medicine" - the only one Russian-language specialised journal on Medical Simulation Education (over 20 issues). ROSOMED publishes books and manuals, is presented in social media, organizes work-shops and seminars through entire country. Cooperation was offered to Methodology Center (organized by Ministry of Health Care of the Russian Federation). As a result of this cooperation experts have developed 86 Passports for OSCE simulation stations (set-up, simulation equipment, check-lists, etc.) in 2019. All passports have been published at www.rosomed.ru and during two month have been discussed widely. The ROSOMED Congress was started in 2012 and in 2019 it will be the VIII Congress.