Don’t miss CMS’ upcoming free webinar, Building Expertise: Exploring Novice Debriefers’ Post-Simulation Debriefing Experiences presented by Grace Ng, PhD, CNM, RN, Nursing and Health Professions Director and Daniel M. Lugassy, MD, Medical Director at the New York Simulation Center for the Health Sciences (NYSIM), New York, New York.
The webinar will take place on March 10, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (US Eastern Time). Click here for more information on the webinar including how to register.
About the webinar
Expertise of the debriefer is critical to ensure simulation participants achieve the best possible learning outcomes. Debriefers need a specific skills set in order to balance multiple priorities, including covering all learning objectives, facilitating reflection, incorporating teaching and feedback, managing student questions, maintaining psychological safety, and at the same time, allowing conversation to flow. As the use of simulation in healthcare continues to expand rapidly, especially during the global pandemic, large numbers of instr ctors find themselves to be novice debriefers in this teaching paradigm. While understanding the approaches used by novice debriefers is critical in informing faculty development needs in simulation, however, to date, very little empirical research has focused on debriefing approaches used by debriefers at any experience level, especially novices.
Drawing from their extensive experiences in simulation faculty development, Grace Ng and Daniel Lugassy share key findings and insights from their qualitative study focused on exploring experiences of novice debriefers in this webinar. Join us to discuss common experiences and challenges of novice debriefers, and explore strategies to facilitate debriefer expertise development. The presentation will be followed by an interactive Q&A where the audience can interact with the speakers.
You can read an abstract of their publication, A Pilot Study to Explore Novice Debriefers’ Post-Simulation Debriefing Experiences. Simulation & Gaming, at https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1046878120970998.