“Therapeutic Decision-Making & Serious Games“
Wednesday, November 20
2:00 PM EST
Webinars are one hour in length. Space is limited.
Stephen Duffull, PhD, MPharm
Professor of Clinical Pharmacy
The University of Otago, New Zealand
Join Dr. Duffull as he discusses the use of simulation in clinical decision making. Dr. Duffull will address the components of clinical decision-making, learner motivation and engagement in simulation and serious games. He will speak from his experience working with hundreds of learners using case-based real-time games for teaching and assessment focused in pharmacology.
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the main components of therapeutic decision-making
2. Describe the benefits of simulation and games in education
3. Discuss the utilization of real-time games for teaching and assessment of therapeutic decision-making