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Faculty Development in Simulation

Faculty Development in Simulation is a new workshop series designed by Northwestern Simulation in conjunction with FAME. The series is for educators who want to develop skills in designing curricula using simulation as a teaching tool. The series consists of eight 90-minute workshops covering a different topic monthly and will be led by Feinberg School of Medicine simulation experts. All workshops will be interactive and provide hands-on, practical experience to provide a unifying language for teaching and learning. Upon completion of the series, you will have a basic set of tools to incorporate simulation into your teaching.

The series will be presented in a hybrid format and offered face-to-face or virtually unless otherwise noted. In-person sessions will be held at Northwestern Simulation. Those participating virtually will receive a link to join once your registration is processed.

For additional information, please direct email to one of the course directors.

Location

Northwestern Simulation
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
240 E. Huron St., McGaw Pavilion
Chicago, IL 60611

Course Directors

Jeffrey H. Barsuk, MD, MS, SFHM Mary E McBride, MD, MEd
Executive Medical Director, Northwestern Simulation
Robert Hirschtick Professor of Medicine
Professor of Medicine and Medical Education
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Director of the Feinberg Academy of Medical Educators
Attending Physician, Cardiology
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medical Education
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
jbarsuk@northwestern.edu m-mcbride@northwestern.edu


 2022 Workshop Schedule

*Schedule subject to change

**The series will take a summer recess during the months of June and July and resume in August.

Date Topic Facilitators
February 10, 2022 Creating a Safe Space and Pre-briefing
Location: Online Only
northwestern.zoom.us/j/91812348432
Jeffrey Barsuk, MD
Eric Hungness, MD
David Salzman, MD, MEd
Toshiko Uchida, MD
March 10, 2022 Debriefing Strategies in Simulation
Location: In-Person, Baldwin Auditorium, Lurie 1-123
Lurie Medical Research Center, 303 E. Superior St.
Kristin Van Genderen, MD
David Salzman, MD
April 14, 2022 Curriculum Development in Simulation
Location: Online Only
northwestern.zoom.us/j/91063349874
Jeffrey Barsuk, MD
David Salzman, MD, MEd
May 12, 2022**

How to Write a Case for HiFi Sim or In-Situ
Location: Online Only
northwestern.zoom.us/j/96497800070

David Salzman, MD, MEd
August 11, 2022** How to Create a Case for Task Trainers and Procedural Skills Trainers Jeffrey Barsuk, MD
Eric Hungness, MD
September 8, 2022 How to Create an SP-based Simulation Ana Sferruzza, MS
Toshiko Uchida, MD
Simulated Patient
October 13, 2022 How to Create an Assessment Tool and OSCEs for Simulations Mark Adler, MD
Toshiko Uchida, MD
November 10, 2022 Scholarly Writing in Simulation / How to Form and Maintain a Simulation Team William H. McGaghie, PhD

*Schedule subject to change

**The series will take a summer recess during the months of June and July and resume in August.

 Registration

To register for a session, please fill out the following form:


Participation is restricted to the Northwestern University community. Registrants must have one of the following email domains to register for these events.

@cdh.org,nmh.org, @childrensmemorial.org, @sralab.org, @northwesternmedicine.org, @cadencehealth.org, @family-institute.org, @livingwellcrc.org, @northshore.org, @northwestern.edu, @lfh.org, @luriechildrens.org, @ric.org, @nm.org, @nmff.org

Early registration is encouraged due to space limitations. Overflow registrants will be assigned to virtual sessions. CME credit is available.

 CME Credit and Additional Information

CME Accreditation is in progress and will be posted once confirmed

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