Suzanne Gough

Suzanne Gough
Bond University · Bond University

PhD, PFHEA, MA Education, PGC-AP, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

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November 2018 - present
Bond University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
December 2004 - October 2018
Manchester Metropolitan University
Position
  • Lecturer

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Publications (56)
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Interprofessional simulation-based education (IPSE) is becoming an increasingly popular educational strategy worldwide within undergraduate healthcare curricular. The purpose of the literature review was to examine qualitative, quantitative and mixed/multi-method research studies featuring undergraduate IPSE. A literature review was conducted using...
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Background: Despite recognition of the need to embed patient safety within undergraduate healthcare education, there are limited examples of how this has been achieved within physiotherapy. The purpose of this regional initiative was to develop a course and teaching resources to support Higher Education Institutions in the United Kingdom (UK) when...
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Background Upon graduation, physiotherapists are required to manage clinical caseloads involving deteriorating patients with complex conditions. In particular, emergency on-call physiotherapists are required to provide respiratory/cardio-respiratory/cardiothoracic physiotherapy, out of normal working hours, without senior physiotherapist support. T...
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This chapter provides a brief overview of how the combination of simulation-based education (SBE) and video-reflexivity can be successfully used to optimize learning opportunities for healthcare students. It presents the context, methods and impact on students' learning and changes to the curriculum and simulated learning environment (SLE) faciliti...
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[Extract] Although simulation-based education (SBE) has a very long history, it has surfaced as in important learning method in contemporary health professions education. In this chapter, we orientate readers to definitions, key concepts and theoretical underpinnings of SBE and introduce two frameworks to enhance SBE practice. Given that this book...
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Background Current evidence demonstrates that few patients complete anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction rehabilitation according to evidence-based guidelines. It is important to investigate the viewpoints of our patients to identify patient-reported barriers and facilitators of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction rehabilitation. Qualita...
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Objective The purpose of this review was to explore how professional identity is formed and shaped within pre-registration physiotherapy curricular. Design A scoping review using the PRISMA guidelines from the Joanna Briggs Institute to capture a range of evidence describing how professional identity has been formed and shaped in pre-registration...
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Background Personal activity intelligence (PAI) is a single physical activity metric based upon heart rate responses to physical activity. Maintaining 100 PAI/week is associated with a 25% risk reduction in cardiovascular disease mortality and 50 PAI/week provides 60% of the benefits. The effect of utilising this metric within a cardiac population...
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Background Current evidence demonstrates that few patients complete anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction rehabilitation according to evidence-based guidelines. It is important to investigate the viewpoints of our patients to identify patient-reported barriers and facilitators of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction rehabilitation. Qualita...
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The global COVID-19 pandemic has initiated an immediate and rapid digital upskilling of students, academics, and professional staff to enable transitions from more traditional face-to-face (F2F) learning to remote and/or multimodal delivery methods. This chapter provides an overview of the impact of COVID-19 on accredited medicine, nursing, and all...
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Background Respiratory diseases impose an immense health burden worldwide and affect millions of people on a global scale. Reduction of exercise tolerance poses a huge health issue affecting patients with a respiratory condition, which is caused by skeletal muscle dysfunction and weakness and by lung function impairment. Virtual reality systems are...
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Background and purpose The impact of stress and burnout in students is an emerging topic. When students perceive that they are unable to cope with stressors, there is increased potential for burnout. To maximise students’ higher educational institution outcomes, students must be able to effectively cope with stressful demands. Research suggests phy...
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Background and Purpose: The impact of stress and burnout in students is an emerging topic. When students perceive that they are unable to cope with stressors, there is increased potential for burnout. To maximise students’ higher educational institution (HEI) outcomes, students must be able to effectively cope with stressful demands. Research sugge...
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Background and Purpose: The impact of stress and burnout in students is an emerging topic. When students perceive that they are unable to cope with stressors, there is increased potential for burnout. To maximise students’ higher educational institution outcomes, students must be able to effectively cope with stressful demands. Research suggests ph...
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Objectives Concussions have emerged as one of the most prevalent and controversial injuries sustained within the sporting context. The objective of this review was to determine the influence that education has on decision making concerning athlete’s return to sport following a concussion injury and if the risk is worth it in the eyes of the athlete...
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Purpose: To explore the influence of education and other factors on an athlete’s decision to return to sport post-concussion injury, and whether general risk-taking tendencies are related to return to sport post-concussion decisions in these athletes. Participants and Methods: A self-administered electronic survey was designed to examine their deci...
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This book compiles the state of the art and science of health professions education into one truly international resource with expertise in many and varied topics. It aligns profession specific contributions with inter-professional offerings, and prompts readers to think deeply about their educational practices. The book explores the contemporary c...
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Physical activity is important to prevent chronic disease and improve mental health. Physical activity education needs to be delivered in an efficient, effective and persuasive way by health professionals to increase participation. Message framing can be used to influence health decision-making and motivate behavior change. This systematic review i...
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Introduction The achievement of effective overall communication skills can be complex and challenging for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems (Light and McNaughton, 2014). LEGO®-based therapy is primarily being used with people on the autistic spectrum, as a social intervent...
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Background On the subject of human factors is an innovative approach developed using gamification and serious games methodology to enhance the educational value of existing human factors training. This workshop will provide insights into the challenges and barriers of adopting of a commercially available game ‘Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes’ (KTa...
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Abstract Background With increasing complexities placed on healthcare services, team collaboration is imperative. Well-designed interprofessional in-situ simulation-based education allows teams to develop and strengthen essential technical and non-technical skills, within their own working environment. On reviewing literature regarding interprofes...
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Background Simulated patients (SPs) are people trained to consistently portray a patient or other individual in a scripted scenario for the purposes of instruction, practice, or evaluation. SPs may also participate in teaching and assessment and provide feedback to learners. They have particular value in providing feedback on issues related to pati...
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Background With increasing complexities placed on healthcare services, team collaboration is imperative. Well-designed interprofessional in-situ simulation-based education allows teams to develop and strengthen essential technical and non-technical skills, within their own working environment. On reviewing literature regarding interprofessional in-...
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Background Simulated patients (SPs) are people trained to consistently portray a patient or other individual in a scripted scenario for the purposes of instruction, practice, or evaluation. SPs may also participate in teaching and assessment and provide feedback to learners. They have particular value in providing feedback on issues related to pati...
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This chapter provides an overview of simulation practices relevant for any immersive simulation experience. It uses a systematic approach offered by a national simulation educator programme in Australia (NHET-Sim). The NHET-Sim programme was designed for individuals working with any simulation modality, in any setting and across professions. The sy...
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This interactive workshop, hosted by the ‘Simulated Patient Programme’ project team from Manchester Metropolitan University will outline the principles of The PrOPS Process©, which has been developed by blending performing arts pedagogies to enhance characterisation and role portrayal for non-arts professionals. Examples will be explored utilising...
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Title Cost consequence analysis of simulation-based education and video-reflexivity in pre-registration physiotherapy. Authors Suzanne Gough1, Dr Janice Murray1, Dr Abebaw Mengistu Yohannes1 1 Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Background Limited health economic costs analysis has been published in relation to the use of simulation-based ed...
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Increasing the quality and value of involving simulated patients in simulation-based education, research and practice Relevance Simulated Patients (SPs) are volunteers, actors, service users or students trained to portray the role of patients or relatives in healthcare education 1. Despite their involvement in healthcare education programmes, no st...
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The integrated simulation and technology enhanced learning (ISTEL) framework: facilitating robust design, implementation, evaluation and research in healthcare Gough S., Yohannes A.M., Murray J. Manchester Metropolitan University, Health Professions, Manchester, United Kingdom Platform presentation, 3B 11.11.2016, 14:00 – 15:15 Practice in the di...
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Berry M.1, Burrell F.1, Chapman R.L.2, Gough S.3, Ewings S.4, Thackray D.4 1Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Basingstoke, United Kingdom, 2Therapy Services, Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust, Winchester, United Kingdom, 3Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom, 4University of South...
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The term ‘Simulated Patient’ (SP) commonly refers to people trained to portray the role of a patient, relative, carer or co-worker in healthcare education.¹ This project aimed to develop, pilot and evaluate a bespoke, evidence-based training programme for Trainers and SPs in the North West of England. The regional SP Programme incorporates the ‘SP...
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Background Simulated Patients (SP) are trained to portray different roles in healthcare education (Nestel and Bearman, 2015). This project developed and evaluated the ‘Train-The-Simulated Patient’ (2TSP) package (Greene and Gough, 2015). The 2TSP package provides a standardised approach to training SPs, featuring an e-learning course and face-to-fa...
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Background A literature review failed to identify a framework to facilitate the instructional design of SBE in physiotherapy. Instructional design models,1 technology enhanced learning2 and nursing simulation3 frameworks have previously been used to guide the development of some healthcare SBE initiatives.1–4 Methodology A sequential, two phased ex...
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This interactive workshop, jointly hosted by the Simulated Patient Train-The-Trainer project Team from Manchester Metropolitan University and the developers of the ‘CTG Simulator’ app will outline the principles of developing hybrid simulation. Examples will be explored featuring simulated patients and the CTG simulator monitor
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Background Simulated Patients (SP) are volunteers, actors or people trained to portray the role of a patient or relative in healthcare education.1 This project has developed, piloted and evaluated a bespoke Simulated Patient Train-The-Trainer programme (SP3T) for Simulation Trainers in the North West of England. Methodology A sequential exploratory...
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Background Within clinical practice it was identified there was no framework available to guide the design and implementation of simulation-based education (SBE) in midwifery. Simulation frameworks within healthcare exist,1,2 however these frameworks lacked direct application to midwifery skills and drills. This has led to the design of a new frame...
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Background On-call physiotherapy is a duty expected of all qualified physiotherapists. It is important to ensure that on-call physiotherapists are appropriately trained. It is hypothesised that simulation may be a suitable method for training post-graduate staff for on-call duties, even if respiratory is not their chosen speciality. This project is...
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Background Although simulation is an effective learning tool that improves patient safety,1 the space, time and resources to achieve additional training for theatre staff are at a premium. Algorithms are routinely used to support patient safety in healthcare but the opportunity to learn them is rare.2 This presentation will provide insights into ho...
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Objectives: To explore the debriefing methodologies utilised in high-risk/high-stakes industries with the intention of informing healthcare practice. Methods: A sequential mixed methods approach was adopted to explore the use of feedback/debriefing methodologies in ten different industries. A first phase standardised survey focused on timing of de...
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Title Are final year physiotherapy students able to independently recognise errors encountered in their own simulated practice? Aims: The aim of this study was to explore the error recognition ability of final year physiotherapy students when reviewing their own high-fidelity cardio-respiratory simulated learning experience. Background: Innovat...
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Title Are final year physiotherapy students able to independently recognise errors encountered in their own simulated practice? Aims: The aim of this study was to explore the error recognition ability of final year physiotherapy students when reviewing their own high-fidelity cardio-respiratory simulated learning experience. Background: Innovat...
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ObjectiveTo develop and validate a self-evaluation tool (questionnaire) to identify perceived competence and confidence felt by physiotherapists undertaking respiratory on-call duty.DesignA questionnaire to rate specific acute care respiratory competencies was developed from criteria in the Emergency Duty Guidelines. A triangulation approach was us...
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ObjectiveTo evaluate current emergency on-call service preparation and education provision for newly qualified physiotherapists within the UK, including an audit of adherence to Standard 9 of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care (ACPRC).DesignNational postal questionnaire survey.Main instrumentQuestionnaire including au...

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This session provides fundamental knowledge on the design, delivery and evaluation of simulation-based educational resources. This module focuses on the rationale for using simulation-based education within healthcare education. Firstly, we introduce the new National Framework for Simulation-based Education (SBE), developed by Health Education England. The module features illustrative example of courses and innovations in healthcare education from international experts and local education providers from healthcare organisations and Higher Education Institutions. Secondly, we introduce the integrated simulation and technology-enhanced learning (ISTEL) framework to aid the design, delivery and evaluation of a short course, in-situ training session or entire curriculum. Case study examples of the AHP simulation are provided. ISTEL resources are available to support development and justification of new resources.
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The use of adapted LEGO®-based therapy