Simulation - Session 4: Running simulation scenarios

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March 09, 2024 at 1:00pm - 3pm


Jo Tyler

Single session
Single session

Simulation - Session 4: Running simulation scenarios

Session 4 - Running simulation scenarios


Who should attend?

Consultants and specialists in emergency medicine with an interest in being simulation faculty who are looking to set up their own simulation centers or to improve existing simulation practices. 


Learning objectives

  1. Understanding of how medical education theories utilize simulation as a means of teaching human factors. 
  2. Understanding of the requirements for setting up a low/hi fidelity simulation center. 
  3. Ability to write simulation scenarios with consideration for the objectives and assessment criteria. 
  4. Ability to run simulation scenarios in low/hi fidelity centers. 
  5. Understanding of various debriefing techniques and how to flexibly apply the correct one for each scenario. 



Session 4: Running simulation scenarios 

Future additional session:

Session 5: Debriefing techniques, Saturday 27 April 2024 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm UTC


Dates and times 

Session 4: Saturday 9 March 2024 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm UTC 

[London 1:00 pm | 12:00 am AEDT | 9:00 pm HKT | 2:00 am NZDT | 2:00 pm CET | 5:00 pm GST | 8:00am EST | 5:00 am PST] 

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Online - Zoom. Login details will sent 7 March 2024.


All in-person delegates will receive:

  • Attendance at session 
  • Certificate of completion 
  • Link to recorded sessions 

This course is specifically designed for live participation. Certificates of attendance will only be issued to those who attend the live sessions; participants watching the recording afterward will not be eligible for certification.


Course fees

$50 AUD - High- and Middle-Income Countries single session
$10 AUD - Low- and Lower-Middle Income Countries single session


Prices above are in Australian dollars, approximately 0.65 US dollars. Click here to check the cost in your currency. 

For this event, we won't be offering pay-it-forward registrations.

Registrations will close on 7 March 2024.



The program will be run by a dynamic faculty that are all members of the IFEM Core Curriculum and Education Committee. They are experienced educators with a significant background in simulation, having set up and run dozens of simulation centers between them.