The Simulation Instructor workshop is designed to help Educators learn how to effectively use the modality of simulation in the building of educational curricula. This intensive two day workshop will provide the theories and best practices related to the facilitation and debriefing of simulation sessions designed for a variety of learning objectives. Participants will have the opportunity to create simulation scenarios, facilitate the delivery of the scenario and debrief learners using a variety of models. As each course is limited to 8 participants, this provides maximum opportunity for engagement and practice.
Novice or intermediate developers of simulation based education.
Upon completion of the workshop, the Learner should be able to:
1. Debriefing as Formative Assessment: Closing Performance Gaps in Medical Education. Academic Emergency Medicine 2008; 15:1010-1016
2. There’s no such thing as “non-judgemental” debriefing: A theory and method for debriefing with good judgment. Simulation Healthcare 2006; 1:49-55.
3. Simulation in paediatrics: An educational revolution. Paediatric Child Health 2007; 12(6): 465-468.
$650.00 – includes all materials, continental breakfast and lunch.
Discount applied for U of T affiliated participants.
The Hospital for Sick Children525 University AvenueLearning Insitute, 6th Floor, Suite 600Toronto, Ontario M5G 2L3Canada
Hospital for Sick Children
Full refund applied when cancelled within 1 week prior to course; otherwise 50% cancellation fee will be applied.
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