CMS faculty members Robert Simon, Dan Raemer, Jenny Rudolph and Walter Eppich are in Australia to teach the IMS “Simulation As A Teaching Tool” and “Advanced Debriefing” Workshops to our simulation friends in the land of OZ. This is our third year conducting workshops in Australia and we never fail to be impressed by the knowledge, enthusiasm and dedication of Simulation Educators in this wonderful country. CMS has made many friends here and hopes to make these workshops an ongoing event.
After the Australia workshops, Robert, Dan and Walter will be doing something new this year. Instead of heading home they’ll travelling further west, or is that east, to Hong Kong where they’ll be conducting the “Simulation As A Teaching Tool” workshop for our friends at the Hong Kong Hospital Authority.
The dates for the 2011 workshops in Australia and Hong Kong are:
- Melbourne, Australia: February 14-17 Sponsored by Monash University
- Brisbane, Australia: February 21 – 24 Sponsored by the Queensland Skills Development Service
- Sydney, Australia: March 1-4 Sponsored by the Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre
- Hong Kong, SAR China: March 8 -12 Sponsored by the Hong Kong Hospital Authority
In June, Robert Simon will help teach the “Simulation As A Teaching Tool” workshop at our IMS/Europe Affiliate, Hospital Virtual Valdecilla in Santander, Spain. The cost for this workshop is only $2,000 Euros and it will be conducted in English. Contact Ignacio delMoral at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.