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- Using Simulation in Medical Education, Parts 1 & 2
- Small Group Teaching
- Curriculum Development
- Effective Use of Standardized Patients in Health Professions Education
- Learning Climate
- Teaching and Assessing in Competency-Based Education
Completion of this full-day core simulation training satisfies the requirement for the Mini-Certificate in Simulation Teaching.
- Simulation: Why, When, What?
- Planning and Designing Mannequin-Based Simulation Scenarios
- Conducting Scenario-Based Simulations
- Debriefing Scenario-Based Simulations
These former workshops have been condensed into a full-day training offered twice per year, "Using Simulation in Medical Education." Past participants in the above workshops will receive credit toward the certificate/mini-certificate.
- Apply principles of curriculum development to the design of simulation scenarios, in particular choose appropriate simulation strategies to achieve learning objectives.
- Conduct scenario-based simulations, maximizing fidelity and learner engagement.
- Choose and apply an effective debriefing strategy for scenario-based simulations.
- Choose and apply effective assessment tools for use in simulation.
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Simulation Teaching Links
- Enroll in Teach for UCSF Certificates - enrollment temporarily closed
- Teach for UCSF Certificate Program
- Accelerated Path to Teach for UCSF Certificates
- Ask a question
- Request CME Credit for Educational Skills Workshops
- Kanbar Center for Simulation, Clinical Skills and Telemedicine Education
- Kanbar Instructor Guide
- Link to this page: http://tinyurl.com/T4UCSFSim
Certificate Teaching Team
Steward: Mindy Ju, MD
- Mindy Ju
- Shruti Kant
- Oana Maties
- Anita Richards
- Sandrijn Van Schaik
- Maria Wamsley
- Sharon Youmans