The dates for modules ‘Principles & Practice of Simulation‘ and ‘Feedback & Debriefing in Simulation‘ have now been finalised.
|Principles & Practice of Simulation
||16th – 20th November 2015
||25th – 29th April 2016
|Feedback and Debriefing in Simulation
||11th – 13th January & 5th April 2016
||23rd – 25th May & 12th July 2016
These sessions will run in Mayfield House room 343, University of Brighton, Falmer Campus.
For further information on the content of the modules and how to apply, visit our dedicated webpage here.
The ‘Feedback and Debriefing in Simulation Based Education‘ Workshop took place on the 25th March 2015 with 14 practitioners from a variety of backgrounds attending.
Those attending provided qualitative and quantitative feedback; a selection of the former are shown below.
“Thought the use of the website was a great idea – learnt a lot from watching the scenarios and how reflection by the observer can draw out needs/analysis and how to use this in the following discourse.”
“Brilliant – allowed exposure to participate which makes connection to clinical experience & reduced the myths of how challenging debrief is.”
“Excellent day. As a junior in this field I learnt a great deal from faculty & colleagues. Thanks”
Also shown is a figure with the collated quantitative feedback scores, rated on a Likert Scale, for the sessions delivered during the day.
Following the successful completion of the ‘Feedback and Debriefing in Simulation Based Education‘ workshop on the 25th March 2015, we are currently organising three further workshops to be delivered soon for all members of the NHS workforce.
- Human Factors in Simulation Based Education
- Peer Observation of Teaching (POT) Training
- Teamwork using Simulation
As with the ‘Feedback and Debriefing in Simulation Based Education’ workshop, there will be a limited number of funded places available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. Dates for the workshops will be communicated in due course, after which applications will be accepted.
Below is a figure showing student feedback scores, rated on a Likert scale, following the module ‘Feedback and Debriefing in Simulation’. The module was delivered across three days in January and a final day in March 2015.
Below is a figure showing student feedback scores, rated on a Likert scale, following the module ‘Principles and Practice of Simulation in Clinical Practice’. The module was delivered across five days in December 2015.