Moderator: Dr. Youness Zidoun
Simulation technology allows healthcare professionals to practice and improve their skills in a safe, controlled environment, which can lead to better patient outcomes. Faculty development in healthcare simulation refers to the training and education of healthcare professionals and educators in the use of simulation technology for teaching and learning.
One important aspect of faculty development in healthcare simulation is the training of educators on how to use simulation technology effectively in the classroom. This includes training on how to set up and operate the equipment, how to create realistic scenarios, and how to debrief and evaluate student performance. Additionally, faculty development programs may also include instruction on how to integrate simulation into the curriculum and how to assess student learning outcomes.
Another important aspect of faculty development in healthcare simulation is the ongoing professional development of healthcare professionals. Simulation technology is constantly evolving, and healthcare professionals need to stay up to date on the latest advances to use it effectively. This may include attending conferences and workshops, participating in online training programs, and staying informed about new research in the field.
Faculty development in healthcare simulation also requires collaboration between various stakeholders, including educators, healthcare professionals, and simulation technology experts. This collaboration helps to ensure that simulation technology is being used in the most effective and efficient way possible, and that the training and education provided is relevant and useful for healthcare professionals.
In this panel discussion session, we will discuss about how faculty development in healthcare simulation can contribute to high-quality care to patients. We will exchange about providing ongoing training and education on the use of simulation technology, healthcare educators and how can this improve their skills and knowledge, leading to better patient outcomes.
|Time allotted ||Talks |
|15 min ||Healthcare simulation and faculty development: How to become a simulation educator? – Mr. Rich Ormonde|
|15 mins ||Video-assisted debriefing: What capabilities and contribution in learning? |
|15 mins ||Debriefing with Good Judgment – Center for medical simulation |
|10 mins ||Panel discussion |
|5 mins ||Conclusion |