The goal of this elective is to provide students with an introduction to the practice of simulation in medical education through the use of didactics, literature review, hands-on simulations, and the production of scholarship.
The objectives of this course are tailored to the progressive goals of each student, as they identify and review a research topic and then design a study in which to collect, analyze, and interpret data. This course is offered as a series of independent studies.
Design, development, and facilitation of module titled, “Mixed Methods”
This course offers an introduction to the research topics currently being investigated by nursing and interdisciplinary sciences graduate faculty. In addition, students receive individualized instruction from an independent investigator in a research program or laboratory. Students are expected to master at least one research-related technique and become familiar with the various activities expected of an independently-funded investigator.
The goal of this course is to provide students with an introduction to the practice of simulation in health professions education. Students will examine the theoretical underpinnings of educational simulation, apply best practices to case design, program simulation technologies, design a high-quality assessment instrument, and conduct a simulation session and corresponding debriefing.
Design, development, and delivery of CME workshops
Developing a Medical Simulation Case
Running a Medical Simulation
Debriefing in Medical Simulation
Assessment and Evaluation in Medical Education
Design and development support, and delivery of workshop
Individual consultations on prior research, areas of possible investigation, and study design
Design, development, and delivery of curriculum