What Will I Learn?
The Master Debriefer Course provides the advanced content, strategies and tools necessary to transform debriefing conversations into vehicles of change within healthcare environments. This immersive 3.5-day course focuses on improving debriefing skills by weaving through several important elements of debriefing and feedback practice:
- Creating and maintaining a safe environment for learning conversations.
- Tailoring advanced debriefing techniques to learning context.
- Nurturing an environment for learner-centeredness during debriefing.
- Working effectively and efficiently with a co-facilitator.
- Managing difficult and/or emotional learning conversations.
- Understanding the role of culture in debriefing and feedback.
We will support educators by accelerating their journey in becoming adaptive experts in
- Sharing strategies to manage cognitive load during debriefing.
- Supporting debriefing skill acquisition with the use of tools and cognitive aids.
- Highlighting key faculty development strategies such as peer coaching.
Who should register?
- Healthcare practitioners – doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, paramedics, social workers, and other allied healthcare professionals.
- Healthcare simulation educators, researchers and administrators.
- Prior experience debriefing is an asset (but not a requirement) for registration.
How will you learn?
The Master Debriefer Course has been designed to be an immersive and thought-provoking experience.
- Lectures, small group discussions and videos will highlight new concepts.
- Expert modeling from world-renowned faculty will illustrate concepts in action.
- Interactive role play exercises coupled with feedback from expert faculty will provide
opportunity to master key debriefing skills.
- Technology will be leveraged to illuminate behavioural aspects of facilitation.
Where will you learn?
The Master Debriefer Course will be hosted in an open, versatile, and interactive space
designed to promote innovation, collaboration and networking.
Why should you register?
- Because you believe in the power of learning conversations.
- Because you believe debriefings can influence change in healthcare.
- Because you are passionate about debriefing.
- Because you want to get better!