OPTIONAL ADD-ON WORKSHOP
MARCH 25, 2022 | 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Getting Started with Simulation-Based Education and Assessment
The growth of simulation-based education and assessment has been exponential over the past decade. The ability to develop simulation-based education and assessment programs is a valuable skill for educators at all levels. This course is designed for those just starting out in simulation-based education. Whether you are in a state-of-the-art sim center, doing simulation on a budget or have never participated in simulation before, we will provide you with the skills to successfully execute a simulation session.
This workshop includes the four sessions listed below.
A safe container for learning
Experiential learning: the secret sauce! (Why simulation works)
Sim-isms: getting hip with the sim lingo
Applying cognitive load theory to maximize learning in simulation
The Nuts and Bolts: How to Create the Consummate Sim Case
Create objectives and match modalities
Manage the flow of a simulation session
Write a case
The Dos and Don’ts of Debriefing
Outline the structure and phases of debriefing
Practice a script for debriefing
Watch and critique some debriefing encounters
Navigating the Challenges of Simulation for Assessment
Watch and assess a simulation encounter
Describe pros and cons of various assessment tools
Create a simulation-based encounter for evaluation
Harvard Medical School Continuing Education Office will email you a link to complete the evaluation and obtain your certificate.
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