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SIME Archives

Simulation in Medical Education (SIME) is brought to you by the AMEE Simulation Committee and is a series of free webinars focusing on the topic of medical education simulation presented by professionals and experts in the field.

Archived webinars are available free of charge to AMEE individual and student members. AMEE Institutional members also enjoy one free group access to the archives while AMEE Premium Institutional members can offer individual access to members of their institution.

 

2019 Archive

Advancing simulation: developments from Australasia - Michelle Kelly, Rafidah Atan, Tanya Tierney & Debra Nestel
Date: February 2019

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Advantages and disadvantage of the site of your simulation: In situ, In house or centre-based - Jette Led Sorensen
Date: March 2019

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Learning through talk: exploring synergies between simulation and workplace learning - Walter Eppich

Date: March 2019 

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2018 Archive

Integrating Inter-Professional Education and Team Training into Health Sciences Education – A Big Easy Story - John T Paige, MD, FACS

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Developments from Lebanon & Saudi Arabia: advancing healthcare simulation - Debra Nestel, Hani Lababidi, Vanda Abi Raad & Abdualziz Boker

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2017 Archive

Making the implicit explicit: Theories informing simulation-based education – Part 2 - Nancy McNaughton, Walter Eppich & Ryan Brydges

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Making the implicit explicit: Theories informing simulation-based education - Part 1 - Debra Nestel, Gabrial Reedy & Peter Dieckmann

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Practice and research in healthcare simulation: A nursing perspective - Michelle Kelly

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Key underpinning educational theories to consider with simulation-based learning - Gabriel Reedy

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Preparing simulated patients for OSCEs - Cathy Smith

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Rigour in Simulation-Based Qualitative Educational Research - Nancy McNaughton

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Psychology of simulation - Peter Dieckmann

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Mastery Learning and Deliberate Practice - Dr William McGaghie

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Ethics of simulation practice - Nancy McNaughton

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Lessons learned from healthcare debriefing to feedback conversations in clinical practice - Dr Walter Eppich & Dr Kristian Krogh

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2016 Archive

Key underpinning educational theories to consider with simulation-based learning - Gabriel Reedy

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Practice and research in healthcare simulation: A nursing perspective - Michelle Kelly

 


Preparing simulated patients for OSCEs - Cathy Smith

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Rigour in Simulation-Based Qualitative Educational Research - Nancy McNaughton

Integrating Inter-Professional Education and Team Training into Health Sciences Education – A Big Easy Story - John T Paige, MD, FACS

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