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Archived Training Events
Interprofessional (IPE) Case and Debrief
Join EMS and Dr. Stephen Duffull, Associate Dean, Research and Post Graduate, School of Pharmacy, University of Otago for this live interprofessional (IPE) virtual training event. Attendees will have the opportunity to observe a web-based case exercise and attend a debriefing by Dr. Duffull. The case will run live, with a live broadcast of the debriefing.
Dr. Stephen Duffull Associate Dean, Research and Post Graduate School of Pharmacy, University of Otago
Simulation Professional Development Solutions to Accommodate Your Identified Needs
Determining the right simulation facilitator development model can be challenging. Facilitator professional development is best addressed by first identifying program needs and accepting that what works for others may not be the ideal curricular model for you. This presentation will provide examples of curricular models to promote facilitator development and evaluation approaches, as well as explore benefits and challenges related to simulation facilitator development models.
OSCE-Style Telemedicine Patient Encounter with Instructor Observation
Join EMS and Debra A. Danforth, DNP, APRN, FAANP, Director, Clinical Learning Center, Associate Professor, Clinical Science Department, Florida State University, College of Medicine for this live OSCE-style training event. Attendees will have the opportunity to observe a patient encounter between a medical student and standardized patient within a telemedicine framework, including post-encounter debrief.
Debra A. Danforth, DNP, APRN, FAANP
Director, Clinical Learning Center
Associate Professor, Clinical Science Department
Florida State University, College of Medicine
Virtual Interprofessional (IPE) Case and Debrief
Join EMS for this live interprofessional (IPE) virtual training event. Observe a web-based case exercise and debrief. Case Objectives: This is an advanced learning case in which all conditions and current prescriptions must be considered interdependent, virtually spanning 96 real-time hours.
Education Management Solutions
Take Your Class and Training Online
Join EMS for this live online learning training event. During the event you will learn how to conduct classes live online, seamlessly create video education assets and digital course framework on-demand, and more.
Taking Your OSCEs Online – Questions and Answers
Join Dr. Errichetti and Dr. Smith as they discuss aligning on-line work with best practices and answer these challenging new questions:
- What kinds of OSCEs will be the most effective?
- Are there unique considerations for recruiting or preparing SPs to work online?
- And more!
Key Considerations for Taking Your OSCEs Online
Join Dr. Errichetti and Dr. Smith as they explore key considerations when translating OSCEs from in person to online encounters. They will review SP methodology, evidence and practice as a guidepost for moving your OSCEs to an online format.
Incorporation of Assessments into Simulations to Develop Communication Skills
This presentation will provide examples of how simulation activities promote communication skill development and how assessment approaches that provide feedback enhance learning experiences. The presentation will also review plans to further enhance these experiences for students.
Team Huddles: The Mechanism for Interactive Virtual Simulations Becomes the Key Ingredient
By the end of this session the participant will:
- Gain insight to using a simulation center’s video system to conduct virtual simulations with remote participants
- Identify five times to use virtual team huddles to increase interactive participation
- Evaluate the benefits, and detriment, of multiple team huddles during a virtual simulation experience
Meeting the Challenge of Creating Experiential Learning for Students at a Distance
Join Dr. Colella for this Interactive Case Study, describing how she solved the problem of creating experiential learning for her remote students. The need to transform a previous face-to-face course to a distant learning format led Dr. Colella into the world of technology. She put together an interdisciplinary team of instructional design and information technology to insure that student learning at a distance provided an experience comparable to that of on-site students.
Christine Colella, DNP, APRN-CNP, FAANP
Professor and Executive Director, Graduate programs
University of Cincinnati
College of Nursing
Assessing Interpersonal and Communications Skills in a Virtual Environment
Covid-19 and the risk of infection is rapidly changing the teaching and assessment of clinical skills. Suddenly we’re in a new era where telemedicine is replacing face-to-face meetings in actual and simulated patient encounters. How does a virtual environment affect how interpersonal and communication skills are assessed? This webinar will discuss how to assess interpersonal and communication skills online, selecting appropriate assessment rubrics, and preparing learners and SPs for telemedicine encounters.
Successfully Navigating the Hospital Interprofessional Learning Environment in the COVID-19 Era
To say that 2020 has been an unprecedented year would be an understatement. Join us as we discuss the variety of challenges that we have faced in the hospital interprofessional learning environment during the course of the pandemic, along with ways to reframe these challenges into opportunities. Specific simulation education and systems improvement examples that can be practically applied will be discussed. This webinar will discuss how to assess interpersonal and communication skills online, selecting appropriate assessment rubrics, and preparing learners and SPs for telemedicine encounters
Challenging Students to ‘Think Like a Nurse’ with an Innovative Multi-Patient Acute Care Hospital Simulation Scenario
Nurse educators are challenged to prepare future nurses for clinical practice upon graduation with high student enrollment in nursing programs and limited clinical placement opportunities that prepare students to think and “act” like professional nurses. In this webinar, Professor Deborah Halliday will discuss how she developed a multi-patient acute care hospital simulation using the NLN and Jeffries Simulation Theory to address this need. She will explain how this innovative nursing program was developed and evaluated, and will also provide lessons learned from the experience and future plans.
Deborah Halliday, MS Nursing, RN PhD Candidate Instructor and Simulation Coordinator Helen S. Breidegam School of Nursing, Moravian College
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