Educational Programs, Workshops, Seminars, New Idea Session, and Small Group Discussions
PA-119 - Using Standardized Simulated Situations to Facilitate Faculty and Student Development—Short Talks
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Standardized simulated situations (e.g., standardized patients [SPs]) are a flexible tool that allows for a wide range of uses from faculty development and calibration to student learning and assessment. Faculty and students can learn together, or individually, to deliver person-centered care to diverse populations and practice the skills for facilitating high functioning teams. This session will utilize short talks to share how standardized simulations have been used in eight different contexts to facilitate faculty development and student learning.
Explain how simulated situations can be used for faculty development.
Describe examples of how simulated situations can be used to increase students’ and faculty’s sensitivity when communicating with diverse populations.
Create simulated situations develop interprofessional communication skills.