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Fellowship Directors' Luncheon: Beyond Procedural Simulation in Critical Care Fellowships

The Society of Critical Care Medicine's Critical Care Congress features internationally renowned faculty and content sessions highlighting the most up-to-date, evidence-based developments in critical care medicine. This is a presentation from the 45th Critical Care Congress on fellowship training. 

Learning Objectives
1. Review the results of a Program Directors' survey regarding the utilization of non-procedural simulation training for fellows
2. Demonstrate the utility of simulation for teaching disclosure and delivery of bad news
3. Identify advantages and disadvantages of traditional laboratory-based and newer in-situ simulation paradigms in critical care training
4. Discuss how to use your simulations to assess competence in critical care

Welcome and Review of Fellowship Program Director Survey Results
Aaron Joffe

The Art of Racing in the Rain: How to Deliver Bad News
Erin Kross

In Situ Simulations: C'mon, I Just Spent All This Money on My Sim Center
Tensing Maa

How Do I Know if My Simulation is Working? Measuring Clinical Competence with Simulation
Jose Pascual

Conversing with the Experts: Panel Discussion
Aaron Joffe, Erin Kross, Tensing Maa, Jose Pascual

Author(s):
Aaron Joffe, Erin Kross, Tensing Maa, Jose Pascual

Categories: Professional Development,
Content Type: Presentations,