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The Marcia and Eugene Applebaum Surgical Learning Center offers a variety of faculty preparation and faculty development courses online. These programs are free of charge and open to all interested in simulation in medical education, especially those interested in designing and delivering courses in the Surgical Learning Center.
This one-hour course provides an overview of the history of simulation in general, the history of simulation in medicine, and an explanation for why it is effective. Further, this course highlights the various documentation required for courses, workshops, conferences, simulations and case studies in the Surgical Learning Center. To take this course, click here.
This slide-show course provides a thorough introduction to the features and functions of SimMan Classic, a fully computer operated human patient simulator. At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to find SimMan's pulse, describe standard and surgical procedures you can perform on SimMan, use the instructor interface, use the patient vitals monitor and explain the simulation environment to your learner audience. To begin this slide show course, click here.
In addition to the self-study courses listed above, one-on-one faculty development is available.
For assistance with writing learning objectives, scenario development, learner evaluation, program evaluation and curriculum development, please contact Diane Schuch-Miller, M.Ed., at 248-898-0907 or email@example.com
To become familiar with one of the virtual reality or human physiological simulators, please contact Diane Schuch-Miller, M.Ed., at 248-898-0907 or Ron Streetman at 248-898-2514 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We currently have the following simulators:
For assistance getting started on the Program Packet, which is required to secure a course reservation in Beaumont's Surgical Learning Center, please contact Lisa Baker at 248-898-5566 or email@example.com.
For more information or assistance, contact Diane Schuch-Miller at 248-898-0907.