“Now I Get It”: Debriefing and Pre-Briefing Interprofessional Simulations for Meaningful Learning Outcomes
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Moos Tower 2-118
8:00-9:30 a.m. CST
Simulation has become an important adjunct to didactic coursework and clinical education in interprofessional skills. Yet, recent scholarship has highlighted the equal importance of what happens before and after the simulation itself in creating a successful learning experience for participants.
This workshop will introduce participants to scholarship on and application of best practices in pre-briefing and debriefing facilitation for students, residents and practitioners. Specific examples of how these strategies have been used and assessed at the University of Minnesota will be shared. Simulation contexts and content include: palliative care (involving nursing, social work, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and public health); cultural competency and advance directives (medicine, nursing and medical interpreting); and integrative mental health (nursing, pharmacy and occupational therapy).
Session Objectives: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Understand best practices in leading interprofessional student, resident and practitioner debriefings
- Identify the most common pitfalls and challenges in interprofessional team debriefings
- Apply specific strategies using advocacy-inquiry methodology in their own interprofessional debriefing practice
We look forward to your participation. Thank you.