Simulation Instructor Training

Gateway Debriefing Skills Workshop

An Introduction to Debriefing with Good Judgment ©

Course Details

For healthcare educators

  • Credits Earned
    Eligible Credits
    Depends on host site
  • Course Duration
    Course Duration
    1 Day

The Center for Medical Simulation’s Gateway Debriefing Skills Workshop introduces healthcare education faculty to the foundational practices of the Debriefing with Good Judgment© method of debriefing. This innovative workshop is an immersive, daylong, learning experience that builds debriefing skills through repeated practice with coaching from debriefing experts.

Tuition

For courses held at CMS
Individual Attendee
$599 USD
For courses not held at CMS
Individual Attendee
Varies by host site

Participant Comments:

“The knowledge and passion for debriefing and helping others improve was evident with all faculty.”
“Very applicable to simulation, practice, and all areas of life.”
“Great interprofessional work, safe environment, loved working with colleagues outside my comfort zone.”

Highlights & Benefits

Designed for the busy healthcare educator with limited time, the Gateway Debriefing Skills Workshop:

Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn how to efficiently improve future performance
  • Learn how to set high standards while holding high regard for the learner
  • Treat learners as thinkers and not just doers
  • Practice various debriefing phases

The Gateway Debriefing Skills Workshop is intended to be an introduction to the Debriefing with Good Judgment method of debriefing and can serve as a gateway to CMS’ multi-day Simulation Instructor Training Programs held at CMS in Boston and around the world. The Gateway Debriefing Skills Workshop will be facilitated by a lead CMS faculty member and a team of talented co-facilitators who have been trained by CMS.

Additional Details for Nursing Programs

Nursing programs whose faculty attend the Gateway Debriefing Skills Workshop will be able to provide evidence of meeting the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) guidelines by demonstrating that:

  • There is a commitment on the part of the school for their simulation program, as evidenced by budgetary planning for faculty training.
  • Lead faculty and simulation lab personnel are qualified to conduct simulation, as evidenced by the certificate of completion that will be awarded at the completion of the workshop.

Questions

If you have any questions regarding this course or would like to host this course at your institution, please Contact Us.

Equipment Requirements:

This workshop is a hybrid of in-person and optional online exercises on the CMS Virtual Campus.
facilitated by one or more instructors. The workshop begins with a one day in-person workshop followed by online activities. With input from faculty and peers, you prepare and submit assignments on your own schedule over the course of a two-week period following the in-person workshop through an online course website called the CMS Virtual Campus. Instructions for accessing the CMS Virtual Campus site are sent to participants once tuition is received.
In order to participate in the optional online activities, each person must have:

  • Their own computer
  • Reliable high-speed internet access (minimum 3 Mbps upload/download speed)
  • Microphone and speakers (built-in, headset or from webcam)
  • Webcam or other video recording device (i.e. tablet, mobile phone, video recorder)

Application Process

Please click on the application link or email address provided for that workshop location. Please note that host sites set their own application process and tuition.

For courses with an in-person workshop held at the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston, complete the online application form (no other information is needed).For courses with an in-person workshop held at locations other than the Center for Medical Simulation, please click on the application link provided for that workshop location. Please note that host sites set their own application process and tuition, which may differ from that of workshops held at CMS.

Course Offerings

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Course Dates
Location
Notes
Thursday, August 6, 2020
Center for Medical Simulation (CMS), Boston, MA

Policies

Please review the important policy information below.

The Center for Medical Simulation accepts payment by credit card, wire transfer, money order or cashier’s check in U.S. dollars. Personal checks are not accepted. You will be receiving an invoice via email, no paper invoices are issued. Your payment is due immediately upon receipt.

If you have any questions regarding pricing or our policies, please Contact Us.

If you must cancel we will refund your tuition less a 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 toward 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.

Processing Fees

  • $250 for administration and processing for Healthcare Simulation Essentials: Design and Debriefing course (formerly known as the Comprehensive Instructor Workshop) and Advanced Instructor Course participants
  • $100 for administration and processing for DASH Rater Training Workshop, Online Debriefing Skills Workshop, the Feedback Course and Clinical Training course participants

If you have any questions regarding pricing or our policies, please Contact Us.

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.

If you have any questions regarding pricing or our policies, please Contact Us.

Required to Observe or Participate in the Course

Confidentiality of Information

During your participation in courses run by the Center for Medical Simulation (CMS), you may observe the performance of other individuals managing medical events and debriefing of those events. It is also possible that you may be a participant in these activities. You are asked to maintain and hold confidential all information regarding performance of individuals and details of the simulated cases.

By applying for this course, you acknowledge to having read and understood this statement and agree to maintain the strictest confidentiality about any observations you make regarding the performance of individuals and the simulated cases.

Permission to Review Video Recordings for Educational Purposes

During the course, you may participate in realistic simulated cases of medical events and/or simulated debriefings that may be video recorded for review during debriefings as part of the educational experience. The goal is for the facilitators to provide focused feedback to the team. The faculty may review these recordings at a later date for quality improvement of the training.

By applying for this course, you acknowledge to having read and understood that you may be video recorded in the course and agree to allow CMS faculty to review these video recordings for educational purposes.