June 4, 2013By Lance Baily

Simulation Studio Innovative Meeting To Be Held August in San Francisco

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The next “Inside The Simulation Studio” conference will be held August 15th, 2013 at the UCSF Kanbar Center for Simulation, Clinical Skills and Telemedicine Education. “Inside The Simulation Studio” is a national conference circuit and forum for professionals working in the medical simulation field. It is a combination of SPs and SP educators, mannequin-based simulation educators and technicians, legal and graduate school educators and behavioral educators and actors.
Their theme this year is “The Brave New World of Simulation: Exploring the Human Factor.” As simulation technology becomes ever more sophisticated, and with its focus on acquiring and assessing competences, what are the human implications of these trends for our field? When humans are simulated, how are human factors and characteristics diminished and enhanced? How do we maintain the humanism in simulations?
“Inside The Simulation Studio” conferences are designed to be lively, inspiring and interactive.
  • The conference will be in one single venue, no different break-out groups
  • Open presentations are allowed 10 minutes depending on what and how you’d like to present. We welcome interactive presentations that engage the audience (Inspired by TED Talks- inform us, but make it interesting!)
  • Presentation formats may include :
    • Demonstration, role play, enactment
    • Dynamic, focused Powerpoints and Keynotes
    • Prezi, Pecha-Kucha, Ignite
    • Audience discussion
    • Video
Again, the theme for this year’s conference is “The Brave New World of Simulation : Exploring the Human Factor”. If you would like to submit a presentation, please click here : OPEN PRESENTATION FORM. Please also RSVP for this space-limited free conference by clicking here : REGISTER HERE

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