University of Notre Dame, Australia
Ross Horley is an adjunct senior lecturer for the School of Medicine in the University of Notre Dame, Australia, and a contributing author for an Oxford University Press-published book, Manual of Simulation in Healthcare first and second editions. A pioneer in many areas, he has been involved in the design of over 30 advanced clinical skills and simulation training facilities around the world, including the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, the National Health Service in the UK, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Third Military Medical University Hospital Chongqing and Sing Health to name a few.
Ross has developed award-winning virtual reality simulators for medical procedures and created an innovative process of training course development, which forms the basis of bench marking skills for ongoing accreditation. He has been involved in the development and deployment of simulation-based training for medical and surgical skills for over 19 years.
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