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Health Sciences Education Round - Using simulation as a pedagogy: Who’s who in the (sim) zoo? 


Fri Oct 4th 2019, 8:00 am to Fri Oct 4th 2019, 9:00 am


Richardson Lab 104
88 Stuart St, Kingston, Ontario, K7L3N6, Canada
Registration for this program has closed.

TIME: 8:00AM - 9:00AM

WHERE: Richardson Lab, Room 104 (88 Stuart St)

Video-stream available at Providence Care Hospital: PCH D2.069 Videoconference Rm A

Listen remotely by joining this ZOOM call at the appropiate time: https://zoom.us/j/165499888

TOPIC:  Using simulation as a pedagogy: Who’s who in the (sim) zoo? 

Simulation as a teaching and learning pedagogy is not new.  What is new is the availability of technology and the changing landscape of the education learning environment.  While the term active learning activities are frequently discussed among educators as a means to bring learning to life, there is nothing more active that a simulation based experience.   From students to faculty, to researchers and administrators, we all have different roles in developing and implementing simulation.  This session will discuss the various roles that we all have in developing and implementing simulation as an active learning strategy, and provide the audience with some suggestions on how to make the most of their time with students.

PRESENTER: Nicole Harder, RN, PhD


Nicole Harder, RN, PhD, CHSE, CCSNE is an Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, and the Mindermar Professor in Human Simulation, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. This interprofessional position includes simulation-based education and research for the Colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, Medical Rehabilitation, Nursing and Pharmacy.  Nicole’s current work is creating, implementing, and studying the use of a psychologically safe debriefing framework following expected and unexpected patient death in simulation and clinical experiences with health care students and practitioners. 

Dr. Harder is the Editor-in-Chief for the peer reviewed journal Clinical Simulation in Nursing, and serves on the Board of Directors for the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning, and with the Réseau Simulation Canada Network. She is also an educator for the Canadian Association for Schools of Nursing in the Simulation Nurse Educator certificate program

TYPE: Education Round

For anyone interested in joining the Health Sciences Education Rounds & Journal Clubs at Providence Care Hospital there is an opportunity to join via videoconference

The Health Sciences Education Rounds & Journal Clubs create a forum and community to share and critically discuss current topics of interested in health sciences education & research in a multidisciplinary environment. 

The goal of the program is to provide an enriched social and learning environment for faculty engaged in health sciences education that stimulates an educational discussion.  Participants will be kept up to date on current and relevant evidence-based literature in health sciences education, which can be used to guide their educational practice.

Learning Objectives:

•Describe how simulation experiences unfold

•Identify the roles of those involved in simulation design, development, implementation and evaluation

•Examine how roles in simulation affect the learning experience

•Maximize the impact that the roles can have on effective simulation learning

Registration for this event is preferred but not required.


Recording: https://stream.queensu.ca/hapi/v1/contents/permalinks/Ab26JoGk/view

Fri Oct 4th 2019, 8:00 am

Who's who in the (sim) zoo?