Dr. Pam Jeffries presents at CAATS Symposium
The CAATS Heads of Health Sciences Symposium was keynoted by Dr. Pam Jeffries from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Sponsored and supported by SIM-one, the Symposium was held on June 6th at Conestoga College.
Dr. Jeffries is nationally known for her research and work in developing simulations, and online teaching and learning.
Watch Dr. Jeffries' presentations below:
"Why simulation learning?"
"Changing the way we educate in response to workforce expectations and increasingly limited practicum sites in a changing health care system"
More than 100 simulation leaders representing over 17 colleges attended the CAATS Symposium. In addition to Dr. Jeffries, the Symposium featured informative educational sessions that provided a collaborative learning environment including a grand tour of Conestoga's state-of-the-art simulation facility, the Cowan Health Sciences Centre.
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