Simulation events, conferences, webinars and courses in Ontario and beyond.
WEBINAR: Technology to support remote education: Innovative tools for interaction, training and supervision
It's challenging to enable distance learning in simulation - especially real-time, engaging learning that includes supervision, feedback and coaching. Join leading Canadian educator Yanick Beaulieu as he recounts his struggles with remote learning and coaching, describes how modern technology can now facilitate accessible, affordable remote coaching, and shares how he addressed these challenges by starting an innovative new company.
By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Describe how innovative tools can be integrated in...
Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Forum 2017
October 23, 2017 will mark the second annual Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Forum.
It will bring together members of the Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (C-QuIPS), alumni from Improving & Driving Excellence Across Sectors (IDEAS), and members of the broader quality improvement community.
This year, we are thrilled to have J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, of the Duke Patient Safety Center at Duke University Health System as our morning speaker. His keynote address: "Thriving vs. surviving during times of change: The science of...MORE INFORMATION
WEBINAR: Accreditation Vexation - A Virtual Q&A with Leaders Who Have Been Through SIM Centre Accreditation
You're thinking of having you SIM centre/program accredited, but know it is a significant undertaking. But what are the real time and resource commitments you should expect? And is there value for this investment?
A few Canadian sim programs have been through accreditation - from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and/or the American College of Surgeons. In this virtual Q&A session, join SIM leaders who guided their programs through the process, as they answer your questions and share their...MORE INFORMATION
Royal College Sim Summit
6th Annual Sunnybrook Education Conference: Reinventing Learning: The Science Behind Teaching & Learning
Join us for the 6th Annual Sunnybrook Education Conference: Reinventing Learning: The Science Behind Teaching and Learning on Friday, November 17, 2017. This full-day event is designed for the GTA health-care community and external partners in education, and will include a broad range of world-class speakers, presentations, posters and interactive workshops.
2017 SIM EXPO
SIM-one’s Healthcare Simulation Exposition is the largest interprofessional and multidisciplinary simulation conference in Canada. Each year, the SIM Expo brings together healthcare leaders in university, college and hospital sectors, comprised of administrators, educators, clinicians, SIM centre managers and directors, and researchers from all health professions across Canada and beyond. The...MORE INFORMATION
Simulation Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) Symposium
Community, Collaboration and Innovation for the Future
Wednesday, January 24th, 2018
Music Room, Hart House
7 Hart House Circle
8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Hosted by the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, the SEAC Symposium aims to foster collaboration and discussion of education, research and technology within the medical simulation sphere.
The day will start with an exciting plenary speaker, Dr. Ryan Brydges, an Education Scientist in the Department of Medicine, and a Wilson Centre Scientist who also holds a Professorship...
Gateway Debriefing Skills Workshop: An Introduction to Debriefing with Good Judgement + WCHSE 2018 Conference
WCHSE is excited to announce that the Center for Medical Simulation affiliated with Harvard University will be presenting the Gateway Debriefing Skills Workshop: An Introduction to Debriefing with Good Judgement on May 16, 2018.
Details for this course can be found at https://harvardmedsim.org/course/gateway-debriefing-skills-workshop/
- Capped at 50 participants
- $500 per person (Gateway workshop only) ...