Attend the upcoming Team-based Simulation Design and Debriefing course—a three-day immersive program from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, April 8, to Wednesday, April 10.
Join a growing community of practice in health care that applies debriefing and/or simulation effectively to promote learning, teamwork, and patient safety. Participants of this course have learned that running a simulation includes not only the simulated activity, but the preparation and debriefing as well. They cover topics such as making smart objectives, practicing debriefing skills, and learning about human interactions and why people think and act the way they do. Our program alumni tell us this course has helped them use simulation not only for education, but also for team building, team dynamics, and communication.
The UI Team-based Simulation Design and Debriefing workshop enables the participant to:
Design, conduct, and debrief an interprofessional simulation
Explain the implications of behavior rather than knowledge as the object of learning and measurement
Model and analyze health care teamwork skills in critical situations
Deliver effective educational feedback in a manner that promotes self-reflection
Describe a “culture of inquiry” and explain its approach to patient safety and medical error
Course fee is $225 and can be paid with department MFK or personal check. This course is sponsored by the UI Hospitals & Clinics Center for Procedural Skills and Simulation in collaboration with the Offices of Consultation and Research in Medical Education and Operational Excellence, and the Departments of Anesthesia, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, and Nursing.