IPSS is pleased to announce the return of the
International Pediatric Simulation On-line Webinar Series
Topic: Feeling Safe to Debrief: High-yield Targets for Simulation Faculty Development
Presented by: Walter Eppich MD, MEd
The Webinar URL will be posted here a half an hour before the actual webinar.
About the Presenter:
Walter Eppich, MD, MEd is a pediatric emergency medicine physician at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago and the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, where he is Director of Faculty Development for the Center for Education in Medicine and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Medical Education. He has been a co-investigator on multiple simulation-related research grants. Nationally and internationally, he has taught extensively on basic and advanced simulation educator courses. He has been an invited speaker on topics related to giving feedback as well as healthcare simulation and debriefing. He is a Member of the Board of Directors for the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
Description of Webinar:
Promoting the development of skilled simulation educators is a priority for many simulation programs. During this session, we will explore high-yield targets for simulation faculty development, including: establishing supportive yet challenging learning environments; promoting learner-centeredness; and common debriefing pitfalls and strategies to avoid them.
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be better able to:
- Create a supportive learning environment
- Identify strategies for promoting learner-centeredness in simulation education
- Discuss common debriefing pitfalls and approaches to avoid them
About our Webinar Series
To promote learning, community and advancement of Pediatric Simulation, a wide range of topics related to Pediatric Simulation will be presented.
Core topics: Education, Curriculum, Research, Technology, International Simulation, Program Development (and any others that members would like to propose).
Completed Work as well as Works in Progress are Welcome
Format: 20 minute didactic; 20 minute discussion. We will vary start times to optimize international participation across the globe.