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A podcast dedicated to the discussion of healthcare simulation. Debunking dogma, demystifying jargon and translating knowledge. Hosted by Victoria Brazil, Jesse Spurr & Ben Symon

July 23, 2021

132 Advances in Simulation: Fundamental underpinnings of simulation education fellowships

How should we design and deliver healthcare Simulation Fellowships?  

In this episode of the podcast we discuss the thoughtful approach taken by Michael  MeguerdichianKomal Bajaj and Katie Walker at NYHHC Sim, and their recent paper on the topic in Advances in Simulation - Fundamental underpinnings of simulation education: describing a four-component instructional design approach to healthcare simulation fellowships. 

We spoke with Michael and Katie from the author team about the background to their Simulation Fellowship program, their strategy for selection and development of Fellows and take a deep dive into the application of Cognitive Load theory and the 4 Component Instructional Design approach they use. We reflect on how the field is developing and what the future holds for issues like curricula and accreditation of Sim Fellowships. 

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