Learner-Consultant Communication

This case was written by Dr. Jared Baylis. Jared is currently a PGY-4 in emergency medicine at UBC (Interior Site - Kelowna, BC) and is completing a simulation fellowship in Vancouver, BC. Twitter - @baylis_jared + @KelownaEM Why It Matters Referral-consultant interactions occur with regularity in the emergency department. These interactions are critically important to … Continue reading Learner-Consultant Communication

How to develop targeted simulation learning objectives – Part 2: The Practice

In part 1 of this two part series (https://emsimcases.com/2015/04/21/how-to-develop-targeted-simulation-learning-objectives-part-1-the-theory/), we used the revised Bloom’s taxonomy to describe an approach to developing simulation-based learning objectives by targeting a specific, complex knowledge domain and a higher level cognitive process. Now that we know the theory behind making targeted simulation learning objectives, what kind of learning objectives should … Continue reading How to develop targeted simulation learning objectives – Part 2: The Practice