The Program focuses on faculty development at its core of growth, quality and sustainability. The program trains individuals from BCH, nationally and internationally, in the art and science of simulation and debriefing as applied to pediatric and perinatal medicine.
To date, more than 750 international clinicians and educators have participated in the program’s multi-day pediatric simulation instructor and refresher courses. Workshops occur at Boston Children’s throughout the year and are delivered directly to institutions around the globe on a regular basis. The program has built ongoing partnerships with many pediatric teaching hospitals around the world, focused on the rapid launch of high quality simulation centers.
— Comprehensive and interactive three day course covering major aspects of medical simulation.
— Bridges theory to application: Practical approach to rapid upstart of high quality simulation curricula.
— Interdisciplinary instructional training in medical simulation and debriefing for novice through expert faculty.
— Step-by-Step Methodologies adapted to busy practitioners.
Total Simulation Center Development: Including Hospital-based and (In-situ) Mobile Cart Construction
— Crisis Resource Management (CRM)
— Adult Learning Theory applied to Simulation-based Education
— A Standardized Course Design/Implementation and Simulation Teaching Cycle
— Art and Science of Debriefing
— Broad Applications of Simulation Pedagogy for whole Academic Teaching Hospitals
A multi-day Comprehensive Instructor Training Workshop for Pediatric/Perinatal Simulation Faculty.