February 20-21, 2021 – Montréal, Canada
Awards will be presented on Sunday, February 21, 2021 during the closing session.
This visiting professorship provides support for a distinguished educator to visit a Royal College-accredited simulation centre in Canada each year, to promote the use of simulation in medical education, and its applications to improving patient safety. Click here for more details.
The Royal College presents these awards annually at the Simulation Summit, for the best oral and poster presentations of a simulation-based research or innovation. There are four awards:
Paper and poster presenters are automatically eligible for the Best Presentation Awards.
Submissions will be adjudicated by a panel appointed by the Simulation Summit Scientific Planning Committee. Presenters will be judged on the following criteria:
The Royal College presents this award annually at the Simulation Summit, for the best simulation-based research by an emerging investigator
The top two or three emerging investigator submissions will present during the emerging investigator session at the Simulation Summit. After presentations, the winner of the Simulation Summit Emerging Investigator Award will be selected by the session judges.
Please note: For the purposes of this competition, emerging investigators are defined as those with less than five years of research experience.
Submissions will be adjudicated by a panel appointed by the Simulation Summit Scientific Planning Committee. Candidates will be judged on the following criteria:
Dr. Jeffrey Cheung, Material Concepts: Integrating theory and practice during simulation-based training to support procedural skills retention and transfer
Note: To qualify for the Emerging Investigator award, you must submit your research abstract through the Simulation Summit Call for Abstracts submission process and select that you identify as an ‘Emerging Investigator.’ There is not a separate submission process for this award.