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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors. Jennifer Doherty-Restrepo, PhD, ATC, LAT Jeffrey Groom, PhD, CRNA Michelle Odai, MS, ATC, LAT Florida International University Miami, Florida. Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors.

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Simulation based athletic training education beyond the smoke and mirrors

Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education:Beyond the smoke and mirrors

Jennifer Doherty-Restrepo, PhD, ATC, LATJeffrey Groom, PhD, CRNAMichelle Odai, MS, ATC, LATFlorida International UniversityMiami, Florida


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

Today’s Presentation

  • Simulation-based teaching/learning

  • Key components for simulation

  • Athletic training simulation considerations - equipment, environment, and fidelity

  • Five steps for incorporating simulation into an athletic training curriculum


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

Today’s Presentation

  • Simulation-based teaching/learning

  • Key components for simulation

  • Athletic training simulation considerations - equipment, environment, and fidelity

  • Five steps for incorporating simulation into an athletic training curriculum


Simulation based athletic training education beyond the smoke and mirrors

Simulation-based Teaching & Learning


Simulation based athletic training education beyond the smoke and mirrors

COGNITIVE

PSYCHOMOTOR

AFFECTIVE


Simulation based athletic training education beyond the smoke and mirrors

Learning Curve

Athletic Training Skills


Simulation based athletic training education beyond the smoke and mirrors

Observe & Reflecton the experience

Generalize or form concepts

Practice, Modify,Reinforce

EXPERIENCE

Experiential Learning Theory


Simulation based athletic training education beyond the smoke and mirrors

Learning – Confidence - Competence


Simulation based athletic training education beyond the smoke and mirrors

Simulation Puzzle

LEARNERS OBJECTIVESSIMULATORSFIDELITYPARTICIPATION ENVIRONMENT


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

Today’s Presentation

  • Simulation-based teaching/learning

  • Key components for simulation

  • Athletic training simulation considerations - equipment, environment, and fidelity

  • Five steps for incorporating simulation into an athletic training curriculum


Simulation based athletic training education beyond the smoke and mirrors

Simulation and Effective LearningBest Evidence Medical Education

  • Provide feedback during the learning experience.

  • Learners should repetitively practice skills.

  • Integrate simulators into the overall curriculum.

  • Learners should practice increasing levels of difficulty.

  • Adapt the simulations for multiple learning strategies.

  • Ensure the simulator provides for clinical variation.

  • Learning should occur in a controlled environment.

  • Provide individualized (in addition to team) learning.

  • Clearly define outcomes & benchmarks for the learners.

  • Ensure the simulator is a valid learning tool.

Issenberg, McGaghie, Petrusa, Gordon & ScaleseMedical Teacher, Vol. 27, No. 1, 2005, pp. 10–28


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

Today’s Presentation

  • Simulation-based teaching/learning

  • Key components for simulation

  • Athletic training simulation considerations - equipment, environment, and fidelity

  • Five steps for incorporating simulation into an athletic training curriculum


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

  • Goals & Objectives

  • Considerations

    • Student level

    • Equipment

    • Environment

    • Fidelity

    • Evaluation criteria

  • Debriefing

    • Class discussion

    • Video analysis


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

Today’s Presentation

  • Simulation-based teaching/learning

  • Key components for simulation

  • Athletic training simulation considerations - equipment, environment, and fidelity

  • Five steps for incorporating simulation into an athletic training curriculum


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

  • Step 1: Skill identification


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

  • Step 2: Incorporate stimulation into a course

    • Consider course learning objectives

    • Publish simulation learning objectives on the syllabus

      • Purposeful

      • Accountability

    • Learning-over-time


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

  • Step 3: Develop the simulation scenario(s)

    • Who will develop the simulation scenarios?

    • Who will facilitate the debriefing sessions?

    • How will student performance be evaluated?


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

  • Step 4: Simulation execution

    • Who will “act” in the simulation scenarios?

    • Who will evaluate student performance?


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

  • Step 5: Closing the loop

    • Simulation scenarios

      • What worked? What did not work?

      • Revise and formalize scenarios

    • Performance outcomes

      • Identify weaknesses in student knowledge/skills

      • Revise courses/curriculum


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education: Beyond the smoke and mirrors

Today’s Presentation Summary. . .

  • Simulation-based teaching/learning

  • Key components for simulation

  • Athletic training simulation considerations - equipment, environment, and fidelity

  • Five steps for incorporating simulation into an athletic training curriculum


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Simulation-Based Athletic Training Education:Beyond the smoke and mirrors

Jennifer Doherty-Restrepo, PhD, ATC, LATJeffrey Groom, PhD, CRNAMichelle Odai, MS, ATC, LATFlorida International UniversityMiami, Florida


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