This course is a synchronous online learning that offers a
jump-start into simulation-based health care education. Participants
will learn to apply best practices in simulation. Using a
dual focus on
academic and practice settings, key theoretical concepts and strategies
explored to support health care educators in providing safe, effective
environments. The basics of the CSA Level 1 curriculum will be flexed to
the needs of the group, followed by Level 3 scenario
development and debriefing strategies. The course will culminate an experience with learners taking
on all roles of simulation as well as the role of the learner in the
the concept of simulation in adult learning and describe its effectiveness as a
strategy in the development of interprofessional
health care practitioners and educators.
current educational theory supporting simulation as an effective learning
strategy for health care teams.
the key elements of an effective simulation scenario.
a scenario that incorporates key learning objectives and QSEN/IOM competencies
and National Patient Safety Goals.
developed scenario’s target learner, readiness ideas, objectives, case flow for
scenario, and debriefing questions that incorporate the objectives
the value and benefit of the California Simulation Alliance and other national
and international simulation resources.
$800 CSA Members / $900 Non-CSA Members
Cancellations will be charged a $25 administrative fee. No cancellations will be granted after 11/5/2020.
BRN Provider Number: 14888
663 13th St, Suite 300 Oakland, CA 94612 Phone: (760) 505-7663
To enhance the well-being of Californians through innovation, interprofessional leadership, and nursing excellence.