Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2022 ASPE Annual Conference
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University of TN Health Science Center - CHIPS The Simulation Educationalist will provide curricular and assessment guidance for simulation educational activities. Works collaboratively with the leadership and staff along with faculty across the institution to ensure evidence-based clinical standards and simulation best practices are reflected in all simulation activities. Assists faculty and community clinical partners to establish simulation-based educational curriculum and courses based on current simulation standards and evidence- based practice. Designs, develops, writes, edits and evaluates simulation case materials. Ensures all simulation experiences are appropriately designed, documented, implemented and evaluated. Consults with the Director for Assessment and Research in development of various metrics and assessment tools. Manages multiple concurrent educational projects regarding case design, piloting and dry run implementation, mentoring support, and assessment of facilitators. Provides mentoring, educational support services, and resources for faculty/facilitators in the development of their simulation based educational projects across all disciplines. Works independently on highly complex simulation educational events. Directly supports and assists in delivery of simulation experiences. Assists in the collection of educational assessment data and utilizes this data in post-event quality improvement discussions with sim facilitators.
Master’s degree in healthcare related field Three years’ experience in a healthcare field with simulation implementation. OR Bachelor’s degree in healthcare related field; four years’ experience in a healthcare field with simulation implementation. May occasionally work weekends and evenings.
Knowledge of simulation pedagogy, best practices and standards. Skills in simulation design and implementation. Ability to communicate professionally to both individuals and groups. Ability to work concurrently on several projects while maintaining details and meeting deadlines
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania We are looking for the right person to join our team. Main duties include case development, training SPs, conducting quality assurance and other special projects.
University of California Riverside, School of Medicine The Simulation Technician works under general supervision to provide technical assistance in the setup, calibration, inspection, maintenance and operation of medical simulation ("simulation" to include: Mechanical, human, virtual, and task trainers) center ("center" to include both mechanical and standardized (human)) equipment, as well as simulation center clinical supply maintenance. Will also coordinate AV equipment and any electronic systems used to enable and/or record training activities throughout the School of Medicine. To assist in facilitating the operation of human, mechanical, virtual, and task trainer simulators for academic health programs, training events, recruiting programs, and demonstrations. This position exists to provide technical support for all simulation center operations, including but not limited to case development (in conjunction with faculty instructors), scenario preparation, operation of simulation event including manikins, maintenance and repair of high fidelity manikins, task trainers and multimedia peripherals and, also, to assist with the electronic instructional adjuncts throughout the facility. Activities include setting up, troubleshooting, monitoring, operating, and basic maintenance of the equipment within the simulation center. The Simulation Technician will assist staff with scheduling of simulation equipment as well as standardized patients. The Simulation Technician will assist in the training of standardized patients and fill in as a standardized patient as needed. The Simulation Technician will also support faculty when using the lab for instructional use or within classrooms. The budgeted hiring maximum is up to $83,400.
SP Program Manager
The University of Chicago Works independently with a reporting line to the Associate Director of Clinical Performance Center and Standardized Patient Education Program, Executive Director of Medical School Education and the Faculty Medical Director of the Clinical Performance Center. Manages the SP program and oversees the training and supervision of the standardized patients to participate in the education of medical students and health professionals and to support the teaching, assessment and evaluation of the curriculum as defined by the faculty. Participates in the administration of the clinical skills courses as it relates to Standardized patients and all Clinical Performance Center activities.
George Washington University SMHS The Clinical Learning and Simulation Skills (CLASS) Center is seeking a Standardized Patient (SP) Educator. The SP Educator’s basic function and responsibility is to develop education programs for the Clinical Learning & Simulation Skills Center (CLASS), and to participate in supervising and training standardized patients (SPs) who participate in the educational programs. Tasks include recruiting SPs, writing cases/scenarios, training SPs on cases, assigning work, and performing quality assessment of the SPs.