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      Education and Training

The approach of using professional actors to Simulate Roles and Experiences is one of the fastest growing strategies for teaching and training these days. 

 

​Here are some industries that frequently use Simulation training:

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November 24th
University of British Columbia   Occupational Therapy
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Lift and Transfer Practical Exam


October 16th
University of British Columbia   
Pharmaceutical Sciences

-Mock OSCE International Students


October 13th
University of British Columbia   Occupational Therapy 
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OSOT 515 Practical Exam


Sept -Dec
University of British Columbia 
Pharmaceutical Sciences
-International Student CP3 Labs
-2nd year labs
-3rd year 
-IE Exams


Sept -Nov
BCIT Nursing BSN Labs
-Surgical Prioritization 
-Post-Hospital Follow-up Tele-Simulation
-Pneumonia & Heart Failure                          -

-Naloxone/Overdose 
-BSNC 1030: Orientation
-Managing Anger and Hostility (Virtual Sim)  -Safety in Medication Administration 
-Community Health Assessment 1 & 2 


August 23rd 
University of British Columbia
Department of Midwifery

-IEMBP Practical Exam

August 12th-20th
University of Windsor Social Work
-Virtual Client Interactions


June-July
University of BritishColumbia   
Pharmaceutical Sciences
-International Student CP3 Summer Labs

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Following a 2-year hiatus due to pandemic restrictions, we’re pleased to announce the return of the SIM Expo! Join Canada’s passionate, interprofessional healthcare simulation community and world-leading experts at SIM Expo!

The 2022 SIM Expo will be held on October 17-18 in Toronto, Ontario, 

SIM Expo is Canada’s interprofessional & multidisciplinary simulation conference.

Click Here to Sign Up!
 

THE EMPATHY EXAMS

by Leslie Jamison

A medical actor writes her own script. A creative and curious read about the role of Standardized Patient (see on the web)

 

Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Simulation gives BCIT Students a significant learning advantage   (see article in Vancouver Sun)

 

VR and Simulation Driving a Revolution in Medical Education

and Surgery   (see on the web)