Educators learning about simulation-based education (SBE) have many options, and they face difficult choices when deciding how to spend limited professional development time. Courses in simulation design or debriefing are a good choice, but usually come at a cost. Mentored fellowship programs offer a deep apprenticeship, but program directors are still working toward a consistent curricular approach. Simply reading journal articles or listening to podcasts is helpful, but it may be hard to keep motivated on our own. Without a structured program of self-directed learning, simulation educators can miss important knowledge that may not be achieved by experience alone.
|Journal||International Clinical Educators Network blog (ICENET)|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Aug 2022|