I am particularly interested in using technology, simulation, reflection and debriefing to enhance teaching and learning. I have also worked closely with Service users and carers to integrate their experiences of healthcare into realistic simulated clinical scenarios. I am the Unit Lead for the Simulation in Healthcare: Practical Application Unit and teach on the PGCert in Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning. More information on the PGCert
BSc (Hons) Biochemical Sciences with Industrial Experience
MRes in Health & Social Care
PG Cert Higher Education Practice & Research (HEPR)
I am currently studying part-time for a PhD in Realism in Simulation-Based Education. I have also recently lead and participated in a number of projects funded by Health Education England in the North West. See: https://www2.mmu.ac.uk/hpsc/research/simulated-patients/ and http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/health-professions/about-us/news/detail/index.php?id=3318 for more information about these projects.
S. Gough (2017). O32 Simulated patients in assessment: rationale, scope, responsibilities and ethical considerations. In: http://stel.bmj.com/content/3/Suppl_2/A18.1. Telford International Conference Cente, 7/11/2017.
S. Gough, L. Greene, J. Hurst (2017). W5 How to improve the quality of the design and evaluation of interprofessional in-situ simulation-based education. In: http://stel.bmj.com/content/3/Suppl_2/A3.1. Telford Internatioanl Conference Centre, 7/11/2017.
S. Gough, L. Greene, J. Gibson (2016). PrOPS – enhancing character development using performing arts pedagogy. In: BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning.
Fellow of the HEA (FHEA)
North West Simulation Education Network (NWSEN)