Upcoming Presentation

Cosponsored by the Office of the Vice Provost of Academic Affairs & Faculty Development and the College of Medicine Academy of Teaching Scholars



James A. Gordon, M.D., M.P.A., Chief, Division of Medical Simulation, Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Learning Objectives

  1. To consider how and why medical simulation had become an important bridge between education and quality in modern health care
  2. To understand the philosophy of experimental learning as it relates to human affect and the cognitive science of learning
  3. To discuss the opportunities and barriers for simulation as part of clinical competency assessment
  4. To discuss an institutional case-example of distributed simulation programming

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