SIMULCAST X-Over: Faculty Development for Simulation Educators and Researchers

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This podcast was recorded jointly between us and the good folks at Simulcast. The full blog post and links to the podcast can be found on their website here. If you’re reading this site and are not already a listener of their podcast, you should be!

In this podcast, Dr. Adam Cheng discusses the issue of faculty development for simulation programs with Dawn Taylor Peterson, Ryan Brydges and Victoria Brazil.  They explore the challenges on developing simulation educators, and also discuss strategies to build capacity for simulation researchers.1

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Peterson D, Watts P, Epps C, White M. Simulation Faculty Development: A Tiered Approach. Simul Healthc. 2017;12(4):254-259. [PubMed]
Victoria Brazil
Victoria Brazil is an emergency physician and the Director of Simulation at Bond University's Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine at the Gold Coast, Australia. She is one of the voices of Simulcast.
Victoria Brazil
Adam Cheng

Adam Cheng

Director, Research and Development at the KidSIM-ASPIRE Simulation Research Program, University of Calgary
Adam Cheng is a Pediatric Emergency Doctor at Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary, Canada. As a clinician scientist in the Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institute, Adam conducts research focusing on cardiac arrest, CPR quality and debriefing. He helped to co-found the Debrief2Learn website.
Adam Cheng
Ryan Brydges

Ryan Brydges

Dr. Brydges conducts research in understanding how to optimize the use of healthcare simulation for training and assessment of healthcare professionals, clarifying how healthcare trainees and professionals manage (through self-regulation) their life-long learning, and identifying the best practices in the training and assessment for bedside invasive medical procedures.
Dawn Taylor Peterson

Dawn Taylor Peterson

Dawn Taylor Peterson is a PhD Educator and serves as the Director of Faculty Development & Training for the Office of Interprofessional Simulation at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). She also holds faculty appointments in the School of Medicine and the School of Health Professions.
Dawn Taylor Peterson

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