Simulation 101 Q&A
This presentation reviews:
- Definitions of simulation-based learning experiences (SBLEs).
- Standards of best practice for simulation.
- Necessary components of SBLEs that distinguish simulation from other types of role play.
- Various modalities of SBLEs including the definitions of simulated patients, standardized patients, and human patient simulators.
- The presentation also includes a brief discussion of simulation fidelity.
After viewing the Simulation 101 recorded presentation, this Q&A session is an opportunity to ask any questions about the material and engage in dialogue with SIPTEC board members about simulation-based learning.
The Simulation 101 presentation and associated Q & A is not intended to provide training or certification in simulation-based education, but rather to serve as a foundation for PT educators to have a common starting point and common terminology when discussing simulation-based teaching and learning.
Target audience: Physical therapy educators and academic faculty who are interested in simulation-based learning
Fee: No charge
- The objective of this Q&A session is to provide those who viewed the Simulation 101 presentation with an opportunity to ask questions about simulation terminology and concepts with a member of the SIPTEC board.
Susan Miale, PT, DPT, EdD
Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Pediatric Physical Therapy
Director of Curriculum and Professional Development
Clinical Associate Professor
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
Erin M. Thomas, PT, DPT
Clinical Assistant Professor
Co-assistant Director of Clinical Education
The Ohio State University - School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (College of Medicine)
Physical Therapy Division
SIPTEC Nominating Committee Member
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