Monthly Archives: November 2017


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In early November the Simulcast Team combined forces with the team behind the ALiEM MEdIC Series for a joint case discussion around “The Case of the Difficult Debrief”.  After a fantastic online discussion involving a number of simulation superstars, a summary of the case and the discussions were uploaded at the ALiEM Website here.  For those who […]

ALiEM MEDiC X-over Wrap: The Case of the Difficult Debrief


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A highlight of my recent trip to Canada was meeting many simulation experts and enthusiasts.   Adam Cheng (@DocChenger) suggested we record a podcast on faculty development in simulation programs, as we also had Dawn Taylor Petersen from the University of Alabama and Ryan Brydges (@rbrydges) from the Wilson Centre at University of Toronto visiting.  We’re very pleased to release this podcast jointly […]

Debrief 2 Learn X-over: Faculty Development



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Kyla Caners (@drcaners) from emsimcases.com was our guest on this Simulcast episode on scenario design. She and Jesse shared tips on knowing what you’re trying to achieve, planning the scenario, using templates, finding ‘supporting objects and ‘road testing’ and peer review for sim cases. Design requires a lot of attention to detail […]

ep. 11 – Designing Better Sim Cases


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Introduction :   Simulcast Journal Club is a monthly series heavily inspired by the ALiEM MEdIC Series.  It aims to encourage simulation educators to explore and learn from publications on Healthcare Simulation Education.  Each month we publish a case and link a paper with associated questions for discussion.  We moderate and summarise the discussion at the […]

Simulcast Journal Club November 2017 – Sticks and Stones