Those looking to improve their healthcare simulation instructional skills should strongly consider in-person training activities, as the nuances of debriefing and instructional design in the field are extremely unique. Designed and facilitated by internationally renowned experts in simulation and faculty development, the training courses available from WISER at the University of Pittsburgh and The Gordon [...]
Next week is the annual National Association for Emergency Medical Service Educator Symposium, taking place the 16-21st at the Peppermill Resort Hotel in Reno, NV. The Annual Symposium is an event that is held each year in different cities around the country. It is an opportunity for EMS Educators to come together and network [...]
Dr. Barry Issenberg, Director of the Gordon Medical Simulation Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and co-author of AMEE Guide #82 “Simulation in Healthcare Education: A Best Evidence Practical Guide PART-2″ reminds us here of the importance of considering the practical implementation of medical simulation. While Part-1 focused on simulation program development and [...]
Are you looking for training in medical simulation instructional methods? Project Manager Richard Rodríguez-Pérez from The Michael S. Gordon Center for Research in Medical Education wrote in to let me know about the upcoming iSim Course taking place September 17th-19th.
This 2.5 day program is a collaborative effort of the Gordon Center for Research in Medical Education (GCRME) [...]