Simulation debriefing: theories, models, approaches, process elements, and strategies for difficult situations.
Mark Forrest, Halden Hutchinson-Bazely & Jason van der Velde talk to us about 21st century simulation. They discuss how tools such as augmented reality are advancing medicine and assisting clinicians.
Rachel Liu, Creagh Boulger & Sharon Kay will provide a brief introduction into the use of gaming in education, more specifically ultrasound education, with live demos.
3D printing for dummies. A how-to guide for 3D printing in simulation with Dr Jasamine Coles-Black, Vascular Research Fellow at Austin Health
Technology is good for learning, but technology is bad for learning. Spot the difference and have a personal strategy to make a difference
Role plays are a very powerful way to teach and learn about our reactions to human emotions. Jessica Stokes-Parish, Renee Lim, Claire Richmond
Providing excellent peer feedback is broken down into 4 simple domains in the fantastic talk with Jenny Rudolph and the SMACC team
Dealing with high emotion in critical care causes us to react. This talk provides simple tools to manage those reactions. Chris Hicks and Jesse Spur
Dealing with high emotion in critical care causes us to react. This talk provides simple tools to manage those reactions.
When you are teaching procedures, most educators prefer for the first couple of attempts to be simulations, and not on actual patients. But if you’re going to be teaching wilderness procedures, there are other factors in question. Do you use…
Jesse Spurr recaps the SMACC Chicago in situ simulation workshop, "Leaving the Sim Lab Behind" (includes recommended resources)
Jesse Spurr is one of the FOAMed/FOANed talents that I have had the pleasure to meet through all this social Social Media stuff.