Professor Liz Molloy
This course provides the fundamental understanding of how to utilise Simulation-Based Education (SBE) through the design, development and delivery of clinical education. The course is an interprofessional program for clinicians and educators who are in the early phase of their use of SBE. The program will introduce the educational theories associated with SBE, scenario design and development and examine models of debriefing. It will discuss the role of human factors in medical error and how SBE may assist in improving patient safety. This program will equip participants with the core skills to utilise a range of simulation methods in the learning process across the continuum of health education.
By the end of this two day course, participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the educational theories associated with Simulation Based Education
- Articulate the importance of utilising Simulation Based Education in the teaching and learning process
- Design, develop and conduct a simulation based activity
- Identify a range of models utilised in the debriefing process
- Utilise debriefing skills to debrief a simulation based activity
- Discuss the role of Simulation Based Education in patient safety
- Discuss how Human Factors may have a direct impact on error in healthcare
There are no dates currently available for this program. Please complete an Expression of Interest form below and we will keep you updated with course announcements and dates. We are also happy to discuss the development of bespoke short courses for your organisation.
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