Simulation in IR (IR March Madness Tournament)
This session is geared toward a high fidelity simulation experience and competition culminating in a final head-to-head competition.
The Halstead Apprentice model of "See one, Do one, Teach one" is no longer the most common method of healthcare and medical education. In order to promote active learning, simulated procedures, simulation based team training and augmented reality technologies will assist in filling the educational gap.
Tuesday, March 31: 8:30am - 10:00am
Room: 6C, Washington State Convention Center
CME Credits: 1.5
- History of Simulation
- Simulation in Global Health
- Augmented Reality in Procedural Training
- Importance of Debriefing in Simulation Education
- Head-to-Head Final Simulation Competition
- Live Debriefing Session