Simulation Learning Strategies – Facilitator Development Course

September 19th and 20th, 2015 at BC Children’s Hospital Simulation Centre

  • Are you a healthcare professional engaged in clinical teaching?
  • Are you an educator?
  • Do you want to learn how to use simulation as an effective learning tool?

This 2 day course may be for you!

Course Learning Objectives:

During the course participants interact in small group workshops that provide a mixture of theory and practice. There is an emphasis on providing a practical debriefing/feedback training relevant for simulation educators.

This course aims to provide an experience that will allow learners to:

  • Review the use of simulation as an educational tool
  • Examine the elements in the construction of a simulation educational intervention
  • Identify the concept of realism as applied to simulation and the principles of orienting learners to the simulation environment
  • Discuss requirements for effective team-working
  • Review and examine the principles of human factors in healthcare
  • Practice giving and receiving structured feedback
  • Discuss adult education principles
  • Learn and practice the use of structured debriefing in simulation based training
  • Plan and develop a simulation scenario
  • Facilitate a simulation scenario

Target Audience:               Health care professionals who want to use simulation as a teaching method.

Open to health care professionals involved in clinical teaching.

Course Cost:        British Columbia Staff Physicians $600.00

Residents/Fellows and Non-physicians $450.00

$1200.00 for Non British Columbia participants

Register: via the LearningHub – https://learninghub.phsa.ca/

For more information: contact Debbie Cain – dcain@cw.bc.ca

ACCREDITED by UBC CPD: This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity eligible for up to 14 Section 3 credits as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.  This program has been reviewed and approved by UBC Division of Continuing Professional Development

 

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