Brief English Biography for the 11th International Symposium on Rapid Response Systems
Anne Lippert’s current position is Deputy Director of the Danish Institute for Medical Simulation, a position, which she has held full-time for the last 8 years. She is trained as a specialist in anaesthesiology with subspecialty in Intensive Care Medicine.
Anne Lippert has been involved with simulation training for more than 18 years and has been part of the development of the current largest institute for simulation in Denmark (DIMS). DIMS is the centre for simulation-based training in the Capital Region of Denmark
The main objective for the Danish Institute for Medical Simulation is developing healthcare education and simulation-based training to improve patient safety. The main activities include the development of training programs, research in simulation and using simulation as a research tool.
Anne Lippert holds a Certificate in Health Professions Education from the University of Dundee (2010).
Anne Lippert has worked with Rapid Response Systems for many years and has been the author of Guidelines for the introduction of RRS in Denmark as well as a member of the Regional board for RRS.
Anne Lippert was chair of the organising committee for the 5th Symposium on Rapid Response Systems, which was held in Copenhagen in 2009.
Anne Lippert is a co-author of the consensus paper from the 2nd consensus conference on Rapid Response Systems.
She is now a member of the Steering Committee in the Capital Region of Denmark for the implementation of a regional Early Warning System and the main supervisor for a Ph.D project on Early Warning Scores.
Anne Lippert is a member of the board in iSRRS and head of the meeting committee.