Webinars

SIMULATION CANADA COURSE
Webinars

Simulation Canada's periodically offers webinars on key and emerging issues in healthcare simulation. Most webinars are free for staff of Organizational Members and for SIMadvocates, and $30 otherwise.

Upcoming Webinars

Details on individual webinars, including a description, learning objectives, and presenter information, are available from the webinar-specific pages listed on our events calendar.

The same industry sponsors who helped us to give back to Canada's simulation community by subsidizing registrations to the Keystones Apex online course in October, 2020, are kindly sponsoring a webinar series that will be FREE for our community! For more information on those that have taken place, see below.  Please stay tuned for more webinars in 2021!


Monday November 30th  •  12:00PM - 1:00PM ET

Best Practices in Integrating Virtual Simulation into Curriculum

Presenters:

Dr. Christi Doherty, DNP, RNC-OB, CNE, CHSE, Director of Academic Simulations, Sentinel U

Dr. Melissa Penner, DNP, RN, CNE, Director of Empowered Classroom, Sentinel U

Panellists from: Brock University, McMaster University, University of British Columbia and University of Calgary

Sentinel UTM, a leading innovator of virtual clinical simulations, host a webinar about how to integrate virtual simulations into traditional nursing curriculum. The webinar covered: best practices, evidence-based findings, a panel discussion with faculty members from 4 Canadian universities and innovative, new simulation solutions.

This webinar was made free to Canada's simulation community through the generous sponsorship of Sentinel U.

Details >


Tuesday December 8th  •  12:00PM - 1:00PM ET

“Then and Now”... Using a Simulated Clinical Experience to Teach Maternal-Newborn Care in Nursing

Presenter: Jane Pearsall, RN, BNSc., M.Ed., John Abbott College, Montréal, Québec

Providing high quality clinical experiences to prepare nursing students for the complexities of the current health-care system has become increasingly difficult. This webinar explored the presenter’s experiences in the development of an Obstetrical  Simulated Clinical Experience for nursing students as partial replacement of traditional in-hospital learning. Participants gain insight into the challenges and rewards of utilizing this form of simulation pedagogy, as well as the importance of simulation design including both prebriefing and debriefing aspects.

This webinar is made free to Canada's simulation community through the generous sponsorship of Gaumard Scientific.

View the recorded live webinar here >


Past Webinars

As an example of the types of webinars we host, here are some we have held previously:

  • Introducing the Simulation Research Reporting Standards: Insights and Implications for SIM Researchers - Adam Cheng, Suzie Kardong-Edgren and Ryan Brydges
  • Accreditation Vexation - A Virtual Q&A with Leaders Who Have Been Through SIM Centre Accreditation - with panellists Connie Barbour, Linda Crelinsten and Vincent Grant, and facilitator Darin Abbey
  • Simulation's Return on Investment: Methodology & Case Study - Suzanne Schell and Michelle Kwong
  • Simulation for PSW Education: Techniques and Approaches - Yvonne Galbraith