Unit Lead: Paul Olszynski
Unit Supervisors: Joann Kawchuk
This unit focuses on the competencies a Clinician Educator (CE) needs in order to develop and integrate simulation-based education into a curriculum. The CE will become a locally available resource for faculty development in simulation, helping to build capacity and to increase the delivery of simulation-based education.
Competencies Addressed in this Unit
- Design simulation-based learning activities for incorporation into a larger curriculum
By the end of this unit, the CE will be able to:
- develop a simulation-based learning activity
- demonstrate the appropriate integration of simulation into a curriculum
- design simulation scenarios
- lead a simulation-based learning activity
- integrate CanMEDS competencies and interprofessional activities within simulation scenarios where appropriate
- provide effective debriefing
- evaluate simulation-based activities
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