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Simulation Basics and Best Practices: What You Need to Know - Part 2

Simulation Basics and Best Practices: What You Need to Know - Part 2

Wednesday, January 26, 2022
7:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. ET

In session two of this series, the knowledge, skills and behaviors which can be enhanced with the use of simulation education will be described, including technical and functional training, problem-solving, decision-making and communication skills. 

The 'how to' process of simulation design will be revealed, such as when in the curriculum it is appropriate to do so, what type of simulation modality to use, creating a scenario, steps to prepare students and facilitation and debriefing techniques. Implementation and development resources will be provided.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify educational theories (pedagogy/andragogy) that contribute to simulation education
  • Describe learning outcomes and instructional designs best supported by simulation education
  • Define best practice in simulation education scenario development

Webinar Details
Simulation Basics and Best Practices: What You Need to Know - Part 2
Wednesday - January 26, 2022
7:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. ET
.10 ASHA CEU's

Webinar Cost
CAPCSD Member
$25.00
CAPCSD Affiliate Member $35.00
CAPCSD Non-Member $35.00


Time Ordered Agenda
7:00 - 7:25 P.M. ET: Using simulation for assessment and training
7:25 - 7:40 P.M. ET: Development of knowledge, skills and attitudes using best practice simulation techniques
7:40 - 8:00 P.M. ET: Design and implementation of simulation: where and how to start

Speaker
Joanne Baird, PhD, OTR/L, CHSE, FAOTA
University of Pittsburgh


Joanne Baird is an associate professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy at the University of Pittsburgh. Her clinical background includes extensive experience with the mental health, pediatric and geriatric populations across the healthcare continuum in a variety of national and regional sites. Her research interests include forensic medical record review and analysis as well as experiential learning and the use of simulation to promote clinical reasoning and preparation for entry-level competence. She is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator and has developed a pre-licensure simulation curriculum for her clinical doctorate program. She has been an invited speaker nationally and internationally on the topic of simulation to support learning and professional development in the rehabilitation professions.

Disclosures
Financial: Joanne Baird receives a salary from the University of Pittsburgh and will receive an honorarium from CAPCSD.
Non-Financial: Joanne Baird is a member of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and the Association for Standardized Patient Educators


For help or questions about this webinar, please email us at team@capcsd.org