Simulated Participant Workshop

Building Cultural Competence and Compassion into Simulation Education
NOV.18.2019
Houston Methodist Hospital

About The Event

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11:00am
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11:15am
Registration
11:15am
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12:15pm
Topic #1
12:15pm
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12:45pm
Avkin Product & SP Showcase
12:45pm
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01:15pm
Lunch
Catered by Avkin
01:00pm
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02:00pm
Topic #2:
Working Lunch

What our attendees say:

"This workshop had the most relevant information that I've received at a conference in 12 years! I would've invited a lot more of my friends and colleagues if I knew how much it focused on educational content and not product sales."  

- Yvette Mathesen, University of Arizona 

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"Your keynote was so well received, participants remarked to me at the end of the day it really impacted their debriefing techniques and the way they will approach student interactions."

-Melanie Cason MUSC College of Nursing

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The Speakers

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Amy Cowperthwait
Amy has been an innovator of clinical simulation since 2006 and has been nationally recognized by INACSL, IMSH and the industry as a whole. She is an advocate for integrating simulated participants affordably. 
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Megan Weldon
Megan has years of experience as a simulated participant. She then transitioned to affordably training countless SP’s. Her passion is creating complex characters, standardization and rich feedback. 

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The Venue

Houston Methodist Hospital - Texas Medical Center

6565 Fannin St, Houston, Texas 77030