Performing procedures and surgical operations requires development of both cognitive and psychomotor skills. Simulation aids skills development, as it allows safe learning and skills practice without compromising patient safety. This workshop introduces educational frameworks of skills development and best practice methods to incorporate simulation with task-trainers into skills development. During this active learning workshop, participants will engage with simulated learners and practice curriculum design.
*Task trainers are suitable for teaching basic and advanced surgical skills (e.g. suturing sets, intubation models, catheter insertion models, laparoscopic box trainers, computerised endoscopy units, animal and/or cadaveric models).
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
22 Oct 2019
8.30am - 3.00pm
Course Fees (GST Inclusive)
S$321 (For S3 Conference Participant Only)
20 College Road, Singapore 169856 (Located in SGH Campus)
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