R.I.P.E Simulation Course

Renal Intra-professional Education (RIPE) Simulation Course 

GAPS simulation centre, 4th Floor, Hunter Wing, St Georges Hospital (Map)

We hope this will be an extremely valuable educational opportunity, with both clinical and educational experts on hand to facilitate learning.

picture of team

The aim is for everyone, participants and faculty alike to share experiences, and learn from each other.

It is an opportunity to practice management of a renal scenario as a team in a safe environment, to ask questions, act up, make mistakes …. nothing will be assessed formally; the learning is structured to be formative. We also hope there will be lots of opportunities for generation of good discussions.

The day will be busy, but we hope you find it a good investment of your time.

Programme :

Time St George’s Renal Simulation Day –  GAPS Simulation Unit – 4th Floor Hunter Wing
0830 0900 Coffee, Registration and Orientation (this is your chance to get familiar with equipment and lay out of simulation lab)
0900 0940 Introduction to day and objectives of course
0940 1100 Scenario 1Acute Kidney Injury in the Emergency Department
1100 1120 Tea / Coffee
1120 1240 Scenario 2Breathless patient attending the Peritoneal dialysis unit
1240 1330 Lunch
1330 1450 Scenario 3An unwell transplant inpatient
1450 1510 Tea / Coffee
1510 1630 Scenario 4 The acutely unwell patient on the haemodialysis unit
1630 1700 Wrap up & summary of Day. Feedback and Evaluation.
Meet the TPD Renal Medicine South Thames – (Dr Heather Brown)

“Welcome/introduction to renal training”

Pre-Evaluation :

**** Please complete this pre-course questionnaire prior to attendance ****


Post Course Evaluation


The below links are provided for optional pre-reading prior to attending and following your course:

We look forward to seeing you.

Dates:  Please email Joyce Popoola (Joyce.popoola@stgeorges.nhs.uk)


Dr Joyce Popoola, Renal Clinical Tutor and Consultant Nephrologist, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Kathryn Watson, Consultant Nephrologist & General Medicine, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Jasmine Lee, Clinical Director Acute Medicine, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, London

Dr Nicholas Annear, Consultant in Acute Medicine and Nephrology, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Mr Khalill Juhoor, Practice Development Nurse Renal/Haemodialysis, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Mr Abedalaziz Ahmad, In-Service Training Co-ordinator, Dialysis

Dr Seema Jain, Consultant Nephrologist & General Medicine, Epsom & St Helier’s NHS Trust.

Dr Richard Hull, Consultant Nephrologist, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Philippa Peto, Consultant Nephrologist & General Medicine, Queen Elizabeth

Dr Subash Somalanka, Consultant Nephrologist, Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust

Dr Nick Mansfield, Consultant Nephrologist, Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust


Mr Nicholas Gosling – Head of GAPS Simulation

Miss Ylenia De Felici – GAPS Simulation Specialist

Mr James Godber – GAPS Simulation Specialist

Mr Gary Allen – GAPS Senior Technician

Mrs Phillippa Newman – Simulation.Admin@stgeorges.nhs.uk

Please feel free to get in touch with the course directors, Joyce and Katy or the GAPS simulation team by filling in the enquiry form below


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