Simulation Mini - Fellowship Goals and Objectives
Dr. Alise Frallicciardi, M.D.
Goal: To provide formal exposure and training in simulation (medical education) to senior residents who are interested in pursuing a career in simulation.
This track will be tailored to the participant’s individual goals.
- To expose learners to simulation experiences across the healthcare spectrum.
- Exposure to research education in simulation.
- Administrative experience in simulation case writing, curriculum design, and curriculum implementation.
- Learn the basics of debriefing and teaching in an interactive learning environment.
Tasks for the Mini-fellowship
- Assist with the EM clerkship simulation based curriculum.
- Write a case.
- Participate in simulation cases and procedural training sessions over the year.
- Participate in 3-4 in-situ simulations in the UConn Health emergency department by writing cases and developing debriefing and then implementing the case.
- Participate in ongoing research projects in simulation based education.
- Participate in the medical student transition to residency simulation based elective.
- Adult learning theory.
- Simulation learning theory.
- Debriefing best practices.
- Curriculum Development (Kern’s).
- Curriculum and session assessment.
- Case writing.
Deliverables and Feedback
- Continuous constructive feedback from faculty (Dr. Ledford and Dr. Frallicciardi).
- 2-3 cases written with ancillary data in formal formatting over the year.
- Any presentations given should be documented.
- Any abstracts or research projects.