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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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March 5-12 

UBC CP3 Pharmaceutical Science Lab interactions with International Students.

 

March 3-11

UBC  Pharmaceutical Science Lab

interactions with 2nd Year Students.

 

March 10

UBC  Physical Therapy Admission Exam

Multi-Mini-Interviews for program applicants

 

Feb 27- March 6

UBC  Pharmaceutical Science Lab interactions with 3rd Year Students.

 

March 5

UBC  Neurology FND Roleplay for Vancouver General Hospital Seminar.

Feb 11-12

Douglas College Community and Mental

Health Roleplay Scenarios.

 

 

Jan 20-Feb 7

UBC  Pharmaceutical Science Lab interactions with 3rd Year Students.

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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)

 

UBC Health

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Midwifery

Social Work

 Neurology