Train the Trainer
An important factor in Simulation-Based Medical Education (SBME) is the quality and preparedness of the instructors. Often, the instructors are experts in the relevant medical field but have limited experience in SBME.
In this workshop, participants will experience different aspects of the debriefing process and will be exposed to a structured training approach that leads to improved trainers' readiness and enhanced debriefing skills.
- Simulation-based training and its unique characteristics
- Practice of core instructor roles: observe, process, debrief and facilitate
- MSR's video-based debriefing model
- Live and video-based scenarios for implementing debriefing skills
- Establishes a basis for best common practice and standardization of debriefing methodologies. Scenarios are tailored to trainees' background and experience
January 23, 24 and 25
8-5pm each day
Location: Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS
Target audience: KCRSA Members (Kansas City Regional Simulation Alliance) Healthcare professionals and educators who are involved in simulation-based healthcare education.
See KCRSA website for registration.
Presenters: Medical Simulation for Israel (MSR)
International Leaders of Debriefing and Changing the Culture for Patient Safety https://www.msr.org.il/webfiles/fck/files/2014-5MSR%20Brochure.pdf
MSR will be presenting their internationally renowned workshop here at JCCC
Maximum Class: 16
Deadline: Nov 1st, 2018
Register now on KCRSA website to reserve your seat.
Maximum size: 16 participants Once registered, you will receive a link for payment option.
November 1st, 2018
Hosted at Johnson County Community College
Group size Limited: 16 class participants for an immersive workshop experience
Cost: $1200 for the 3 day event