The CASN Simulation Interest Group presents a webinar looking at the tools and techniques of debriefing
Summary: As simulation-based education has grown as an accepted method of teaching in nursing education, so too has the need for structured and meaningful debriefings. Debriefing is
an integral and critical part of the simulation-based learning process, in this webinar we will explore the methods of debriefing and give participants a selection of usable tools and strategies
that they can use to create their own debriefing toolboxes.
Presenter: Elizabeth Horsley, CASN Simulation Interest Group member and debriefing expert.
Moderator: Leslie Graham, RN MN CNCC CHSE, Chair of the CASN Simulation Interest Group.
Target Audience: Novice debriefers
Registration: The webinar is free, however registration is required as participation is limited. To register, click here (or go to https://www.picatic.com/artofdebriefing). If you are unable to
attend, access to the recorded webinar will be available at a future date via CASN’s website (https://www.casn.ca/) or https://www.casn.ca/professional-development/webinars/ .
Date: Tuesday, January 24th, 2017
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (Eastern)
1:30 p.m. Newfoundland
1:00 p.m. Atlantic
11:00 a.m. Central
10:00 a.m. Mountain
9:00 a.m. Pacific
If you have any questions or would like more information about the webinar, please contact Andrea Pinsent-Martineau, Events Coordinator, at 613-235-3150 ext. 29, or email@example.com.
These sessions will be recorded and made available on the CASN website.
The series will be hosted on Adobe Connect, and audio will be broadcast through your computer speakers. An email containing the URL link to attend and instructions on the use of Adobe Connect will be sent to you. DO NOT DELETE THIS EMAIL as you will need to click on this link to enter the webinar meeting.
If you are part of a group or intend on sitting in with a colleague using their computer, please only register for one ticket.
CASN reserves the right to cancel this conference and any group activity that does not meet minimal group requirements.