The mission of the Global Outreach Cluster is to form a global community where locally sustainable educational technologies and methodologies, improve the quality of health professions education and training and ultimately help people achieve the highest quality of life. We do this by identifying pervasive health professions education issues and aligning them with sustainable technological and methodological solutions through education, collaboration and negotiation
Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), the purpose of this podcast series is to inspire and inform listeners about innovation in health professions education through research, individual ventures, and entrepreneurship. We will be introducing a panel of field experts who will join us to discuss their work and share their experiences. Regardless of how unfamiliar you are with the research, we hope that this podcast will inspire you, our listeners, to be curious about the world we live in.
Funded by SSHRC Exchange Grants
PEERS (Practitioners, Educators, Entrepreneurs, Researchers): These monthly virtual meetings are designed to feature exceptional leaders in each of the four fields to talk about their personal and professional journeys. The ultimate goal is to build capacity within our research lab, faculty and students to engage in cross-silos, multidisciplinary research.
Cureus is an open-access, peer-reviewed, PubMed indexed, online journal, in which the maxSIMhealth collaborative hosts a channel: Annals of Simulation. The channel is a space where simulation scholars and users around the world can share and access the latest in simulation research, scenarios, and best practices. Therefore, the channel is designed to promote a scholarly development of online repository of simulation cases, as well as a door for dissemination of scholarship and research that both test the effectiveness and investigates the mechanisms of novel educational techniques that can be freely shared across professions and geographical locations.
We believe that by sharing, we can improve the quality of Simulation-Based Health Professions Education - and, therefore, of health care services, products, and systems everywhere.
Please note that the submission process is the same for abstracts with and without a poster. However, if you do not have a poster, you will be required to upload an empty JPEG file, or you can use "No poster template" below that we have prepared which meets all specifications.