ameelive.adobeconnect.com/sime/Brought to you by the AMEE Simulation Committee, Simulation in Medical Education (SIME) is a free series of webinars focussing on the topic of Simulation presented by professionals and experts in the field of Medical Education Simulation.
Please see below for information on upcoming and archived SIME webinar sessions.
Upcoming SIME Webinars
All SIME webinars are open access. All sessions will be conducted on the Adobe Connect platform. Please ensure that you have the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. To check, please click on the following link - Adobe Flash Player Verify.
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To access each SIME session, click on the "ACCESS archive" links below:
The Spring Series of Webinars has now started and you can see details below:
Learning through talk: exploring synergies between simulation and workplace learning
Presented by: Walter Eppich, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Illinois.
Date: Friday 29th March 14:00 (GMT)
Summary:Talk as joint social activity impacts communication practices, learning, and patient care. This session will explore the important role of talk in both simulation and workplace settings. lessons learned from healthcare debriefing will help us identify ways to address the 'process' and 'content' of talk of clinical practice to promote learning and patient care.
Webinar recording can be accessed in the 'Archived Webinar' section.
Simulation in Medical Education Archives
From 2019 archived webinars are available free of charge to AMEE individual and Student members. AMEE Institutional members also enjoy one free group access to the archives while AMEE Premium Institutional members can offer individual access to members of their institution.
The 2019 recordings can be located in the 'Archived Webinars' section.
To access archived webinars from 2017 - 2018, follow the links below.
Advancing Simulation: developments from Lebanon and Saudi Arabia
Debra Nestel, Hani Lidi, Abdulaziz Boker & Vanda Abi Raad
Making the implicit explicit: theories informing simulation-based education - part 1
Debra Nestel, Gabriel Reedy & Peter Dieckmann
Practice and research in healthcare simulation - a nursing perspective
On the psychology of simulation