Simulation, this is not a test! Lessons learned from implementation Webinar
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Presenters will take the audience through personal experiences of simulation implementation, sharing the lessons they have learned over the past few years.  Brady and Meagan, instructors in the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) laboratory programs, have been collaborating to develop simulations for use in the didactic clinical chemistry labs. Their passion for educating and developing future laboratory professionals have forced them to think outside the box and explore the vast potential of simulation.  The presenters are excited to both share their experiences and learn from the audience. This session will be informative, explorative and encouraging for all professionals looking to incorporate simulation into training.

Course/Activity Information

At the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  • Appreciate the value of simulation from a student perspective
  • Create a road map for simulation implementation
  • Develop and evolve simulations based on past experiences and stakeholder feedback
  • Recognize that there is no such thing as a failed simulation


Speakers: Meagan Homer, BSc MLS, MEd HSE, MLT and Brady Rose, BSc, MLT

Meagan Homer is an instructor at NAIT and teaches in the MLT and MLA programs.  She completed her BSc in MLS and MEd in Health Sciences Education at the University of Alberta. Combining both her love of teaching and lab, she continues to explore new ways to enhance student experiences and success.

Brady is an instructor at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) focusing in clinical chemistry, analytical principles and molecular diagnostics.  After obtaining her BSc from the University of Alberta, she found her career home in the medical laboratory world at NAIT. She has become passionate about passing on her love of med lab to her students.

Recorded: May 24, 2019


PEP hours: 1.0

CPS credits: 0

*Note: PEP hours and/or CPS credits will only be awarded upon successful completion of the quiz.

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