- Anne Laure Philippon (France)
- Pierluigi Ingrassia (Italy)
- Alessandro Costa, Italy
- Youri Yordanov, France
- Lukas Drabauer, Austria
- Guillem Bouilleau, France
The course is designed for 16 participants.
The course will introduce learners to the basics of simulation in healthcare. It’s an initiation course, for people who want to teach with the simulation’s principles but don’t know how to begin.
We will alternate theoretical and practical sessions, in order to have an active workshop, based on active pedagogy.
We will talk about theoretical foundations of the different components of simulation-based-training.
And we will have different “action sessions” about key points in simulation-based training, such as: how I prepare my simulation session, how can I make a scenario's and how can I debrief.
Then each participant will participate in the creation of a simulation session.
Course description & learning objectives
- To learn the basis on medical education, medical error and human factor.
- To learn the concept of Crisis Management (CRM), team work and multi-disciplinary approach in Simulation
- To get an insight on what is simulation in Healthcare: definition, tools, scenarios, briefing, debriefing.
- To practice Simulation and Debriefing by producing scenarios in small trainee groups and by debriefing training debriefings
- After the course, you will be able to :
make your own simulation program
participate in debriefing sessions
Saturday 19 September
Welcome and Introduction
What is simulation education? From standardized patient to high fidelity simulation. Crisis Resource Management
Preparing and running a simulation and debriefing session: Key principles
Presentation of one patient simulator / Prebriefing
Scenario design and preparation
Hands on opportunity (1): Running and taking part in a scenario
Hands on opportunity (2): Running and taking part in a scenario
Q&A, discussion, workshop evaluation