iSIM - Improving Simulation Instructional Methods

iSIM - Improving Simulation Instructional Methods is an introductory course for those who have not previously taken a simulation instructor course and who have limited or no experience in developing and running simulations as a teaching methodology.

This introductory course was designed by colleagues at the UM Gordon Center, WISER Simulation Center at University of Pittsburgh, and myself and has been offered across the US and internationally. The course runs as a mix of short lecture/discussion sessions followed by hands-on practice opportunities to design, run, and debrief several mini-simulation teaching scenarios.

Enrollment is limited in order to keep the class size small to enable time for discussions and practice opportunities. The course is open to UM physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals that have as their primary or secondary role, the responsibility for teaching students, residents, or practicing clinicians. This specific offering of the course is being offered to our UM colleagues without cost to you (a $1200 value) and is sponsored in part though a grant from the Florida Department of Education.

To register for the course, please contact: Donna Fye  305-243-6491 or 

iSIM Improving Simulation Instructional Methods - May 17 and 18, 2018   8am – 5pm