|Location:||University of the Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia|
|Date:||03/11/16 - 04/11/16|
Debriefing is perceived as the phase of simulation where most meaningful learning occurs. Yet for many simulation facilitators, debriefing presents a significant source of uncertainty and anxiety.
The Debriefing Boot Camp is an intermediate level program that aims to develop understanding and skill in the facilitation of effective debriefing for health simulation. This Boot Camp is designed for people who have some experience in simulation and who wish to increase their knowledge and skill in the design and facilitation of debriefing for hospital or education settings.
At the end of this Boot Camp, participants will be able to:
The Debriefing Boot Camp has been developed by InSPIRE (Innovation in Simulation Pedagogy Implementation Research Evaluation). InSPIRE is a collaborative alliance of academics from Australia and New Zealand with an interest in advancing health simulation education, practice and research with the aim of promoting patient safety and improving patient outcomes.