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Classroom-based simulation

Classroom-based simulation Talk to the Author recording

This recorded event is free for all ACAPT members. The Clinical Reasoning & Curricula Assessment Consortium (CRCAC) Talk to the Author events are informal sessions with the authors. It is a Q&A format between the participants and the authors to discuss the authors' publications and areas of scholarship and research.  

Spotlighted authors were Dr. Susan Miale and Dr. Nicki Silberman whose study: Classroom-based simulation: participants and observers perceive high psychological fidelity and improved clinical preparedness was recently published in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 

Individual members of ACAPT member institutions can join the Clinical Reasoning & Curricula Assessment Consortium (CRCAC) and the Simulation in PT Education Consortium (SIPTEC) for free.

If you have any questions, contact CRCAC Chair Chris Sebelski at chris.sebelski@health.slu.edu.

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