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DASH RATER TRAINING Workshop
For experienced simulation educators interested in learning how to rigorously assess the quality of debriefing using the Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH)
4 - 4.5 Hour Webinar
Depending on demands from the field and available funding, we are considering the feasibility of developing a process for certifying raters. If a certification process is emplaced, this webinar training will be the first step.
Thoroughly familiarize yourself with the DASH Rater's Handbook. This familiarity is vital to becoming a skilled DASH rater capable of reaching the high degree of inter-rater reliability attained in other sessions. Familiarizing yourself with the instrument will take 1½ - 2 hours.
DASH Rater's Handbook available at: http://www.harvardmedsim.org/_media/DASH.handbook.2010.Final.Rev.2.pdf
Course Equipment Requirements
This is an online course facilitated by one or more instructors. The course is primarily delivered via Adobe Connect Pro, a web conferencing platform. All materials and course interactions will occur online. In order to participate fully, each person must have:
Application Process for DASH Rater Training Workshops
Complete out the online application form (no other information is needed)
USD $385 per attendee
Tuition covers 1 person to participate in the webinar. No additional viewers are allowed.
You will be informed of acceptance to your selected course/workshop by email within two weeks of our receiving your completed application. Your tuition is due immediately upon acceptance. Once accepted you will receive another email containing an invoice with payment instructions. Please note that acceptance does not mean enrollment. Once accepted, you are placed on a wait list. You are not enrolled, and do not have a reserved seat, until we have received your full tuition.
Course seats are filled in the order we receive tuition payments. Since our courses fill quickly it is important for you to send in your tuition immediately to secure a seat. Once your tuition payment is received, you will be taken off the wait list and enrolled in your desired course/workshop provided a seat is still available. If all seats in your preferred course/workshop are filled by the time we receive your tuition payment, you will be informed that it is full and given the option to remain on the wait list in the event that a seat later become available; switch to another course at a later date with available seats or receive a refund.
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If you must cancel we will refund your tuition less a $100 processing fee provided another paid candidate is able to fill your seat. Otherwise, you will forfeit half your tuition.
If you would like to switch to a course offered at a different date, we will apply your tuition towards the new course provided another paid candidate is able to fill your current seat. Otherwise, you will forfeit half your tuition. If you still want to switch to another course date we will apply half of your paid tuition and you will be billed for the remaining half. Please note that the tuition for a course offered at a later date may be higher. In that case, individuals switching to the later course date will need to pay the difference in the tuition fees.
The Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH) is designed to assist in evaluating and developing debriefing skills by allowing assessment of debriefings from a variety of disciplines and courses, varying numbers of participants, a wide range of educational objectives, and various physical and time constraints. More about the Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH).
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