November 30, 2020By Terry Young

Simulation Programs and Online Learning: 3 Converging Trends

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Presentation Details

December 2, 2020 at 10:00 AM, Pacific Coast Time Zone

Presented by: Terry Young BSc (Joint Hons), PhD

Presentation Abstract

Three trends are coming together that may be of use to healthcare simulation educators. First, the importance of synthetic worlds is increasingly important in training and to designing new systems and services. Secondly, lockdown has forced educationalist around the world to go on-line at speed, which has precipitated developments that have been researched for decades. Third and finally, it is becoming easier to express the value for money in healthcare and this may help simulation staff to justify their efforts and skills in quantitative terms. In combination, these trends offer a unique opportunity to develop the field rapidly by using developments from elsewhere, but also mean that this community has more to offer to others.

Duration (Hours): 1
Type of Offering: Webinar
Teaching Method: Lecture with Slide Presentation


Learning Objectives

  1. To understand simulation and simulators within a wider context of systems and education.
  2. To understand a little more of how other sectors have used simulation historically.
  3. To understand how value-for-money calculations may be applied in this sector to produce robust business cases.

Suggested Learner Level: Intermediate


Presenter Biography

Terry Young BSc (Joint Hons), PhD
Professor
Datchet Consulting

A strong communicator with 16½ years in industry designing devices and systems and 17 years as a Professor leading large multi-disciplinary research teams in healthcare, while developing key pedagogical innovations, and generating new ideas for wider benefit.

A driver of transformation and organisational change with a deep understanding of the commercial value of digital technology and recognised as an extraordinary networker with the ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds encouraging them to orientate their thinking around a common challenge.

He delivers thought leadership through publishing and conference and seminar speaking and has been acknowledged for the way he challenges accepted orthodoxy of current practice in an amusing and insightful way, while presenting unexpected alternatives.

Disclosures:

Terry is the director of a commercial consultancy firm.


Category: Education
Tags: digital, digital learning, distance, distance based learning, new, online, online learning, remote, remote learning, trends