The Level 1 European Simulation Instructor Course provides a mixture of theory and practice and emphasizes feedback relevant for learning in a safe and stimulating atmosphere. Participants work in small groups with close instructor interaction. The course language is English, requiring being able to take part in conversations.
Enabling participants to start running simulation-based courses for acute care medicine addressing issues of crisis resource management (CRM)
Health care professionals who want to use simulators and simulations for teaching.
Familiarizing participants with the simulator and simulation environment; designing andrunning scenarios; debriefing (structures, difficulties, video use, annotation systems); errors in medicine and patient safety; principles of adult learning; course design; roles of the simulator instructor; networkin.
Experience, practice and feedback; theory inputs; hands-on workshops; structuredreflections
Experienced faculty from the simulation centres in Copenhagen, Denmark (DIMS), Tuebingen, Germany (TuPASS), London, UK (BARTS), Bilthoven (METS), The Netherlands and other international partner centres.