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International Conference on Analyzing and advancing simulations for professional learning

Summary

The International Conference on Analyzing practices and advancing pedagogies for professional learning in simulated environments takes place on April 1st 2020 at Lindholmen Visual Arena, Gothenburg, Sweden. The conference brings together practice-oriented research on simulation-based training from three different domains: medicine, maritime navigation, and police education. In their talks, the conference key notes discuss the theoretical underpinnings of professional learning in simulated environments, putting focus on embodied actions with different artefacts during simulation as well as the importance of language and social interaction for reflecting on simulation in post-simulation debriefings. The presenters report detailed studies on practices of training and assessment in simulated environments and critically discuss their empirical findings in regards to the development of skills and competencies needed in different professions. A final key note talk will reflect on different theoretical perspectives on learning in simulated environments which is followed by a panel discussion featuring the three key note speakers, summing up the conference and its take home messages. As a result, the conference identifies critical features of simulation practice and outlines how results can advance simulation pedagogy in professional domains with high standards of safety. The conference turns to researchers and educators in simulation-based education, as well as to practitioners and students.

Conference program

10.00-10.15Opening of the conference
Charlott Sellberg & Hans Rystedt
10.15-11.00Keynote 1:
“Bodies in simulation”
Peter Dieckmann
Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation, Denmark
11.00-11.20“Embodied engagement in simulated scenarios”
David Sjöberg, Police Education Unit, Umeå University, Sweden
11.20-11.40“The body as an instructional recourse in a simulated environment”
Charlott Sellberg
Department of Applied IT, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
11.40-12.00“The body as an instructional recourse in a simulated environment”
Charlott Sellberg
Department of Applied IT, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
12.00-13.15LUNCH
13.15-14.00“Reflection on simulation”
Sissel Eikeland Husebø
Department of Health Studies, University of Stavanger, Norway
14.00-14.20Feedback in video-assisted debriefings”
Elin Nordenström
Department of Education, Communication and Learning, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
14.20-14.40“Facilitating reflection in debriefing”
Torben Nordahl Amorøe
Department of medicine, Sahlgrenska Akademien, Sweden, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden
14.40-15.00“Structured reflection in maritime debriefing”
Camilla Wiig
Department of Humanities, Sports and Educational Science, University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway
15.00-15.30COFFEE BREAK
15.30-16.15“Perspectives on simulation”
Roger Säljö
Department of Education, Communication and Learning, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
15.30-16.15“Perspectives on simulation”
Roger Säljö
Department of Education, Communication and Learning, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
16.15-16.45Panel discussion: Peter Dieckmann, Sissel Eikeland Husebø & Roger Säljö
Moderators: Charlott Sellberg & Hans Rystedt
  



 

Contact

Charlott Sellberg,
Senior Lecturer

E-mail: charlott.sellberg@ait.gu.se
Phone: 076-077 6685

Sidansvarig: Peter Larsson|Sidan uppdaterades: 2019-09-19
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