Simulation Educator Training (SET) course
This is a course for health care professionals who are (or plan to be) engaged in simulation-based education. It includes a spectrum of content designed to advance the skills of both novice and intermediate simulation educators.
Research has shown that simulation is an effective learning tool, and more educators in the health professions are incorporating simulation in their curricula. This course provides instruction to health educators who would like to integrate technology into their programs but who are unsure of how to get started.
As part of our commitment to continuous quality management, we require all participants to submit confidential evaluation forms upon completion of the course. This evaluation helps measure the course’s educational impact on educators and learners.
Québec, Que. – October 16-18, 2017
Centre Apprentiss, Pavillon Ferdinand-Vandry, Université Laval
1050 avenue de la Médecine
Québec (QC) G1V 0A6 Canada
Montréal, Que. – October 29-31, 2017
Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning, McGill University
3575 Parc Avenue, Suite 5640
Montréal (QC) H2X 3P9 Canada
NOTE: These are planned courses but are subject to venue and date availability. As such, planned dates and locations may change and will be updated.
What you’ll learn
The principal aim of this course is to equip health educators to implement a variety of simulation-based learning opportunities for their students. The course focuses on the competencies required to
- develop a simulation curriculum and integrate it with other learning activities,
- design and develop simulation cases,
- facilitate simulations,
- provide effective feedback and debriefing, and
- evaluate simulations.
“The Posner Report”: A Simulation Debriefing “Rant” by Dr. Glenn Posner
Simulation educator Dr. Glenn Posner, MDCM, FRCSC, M.Ed, has been involved in debriefing for 15 years, and believes that the advice and feedback given during a theatre-based simulation debriefing is a critical part of the overall professional development experience that is simulation.
In this lighthearted – yet educational – testimonial presented during the 2015 Simulation Summit, Dr. Posner explains how debriefing has evolved in recent years; shares important tips and advice for the beginner debriefer; and explains why aspiring debriefers should sign up for the Simulation Educator Training (SET)course.
This activity is an Accredited Simulation Activity (Section 3) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of The Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada, and approved by University of Ottawa’s Office of Continuing Professional Development on the 10th of March 2017 and expires March 2020. Remember to visit MAINPORT to record your learning and outcomes. You may claim a maximum of 27.25 hours. Credits are automatically calculated.
Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program Credits
26 Section 3 MOC hours
$2,500 for physicians
$1,250 for non-physicians and residents
A $50 administration fee will be charged for all cancelled registrations and there is no refund for cancellations within 14 days of the first day of the course.
The course will be cancelled if the minimum number of registrants is not met. In this case, you will be notified at least one month before the start of the course.