The Stepping Stones Group - Invest in Your - January 2019

Simulations CEU Courses for SLPs

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SIMQ: Anatomy of a Simulation Lab
Presented by Nathan Spencer, BS, CHSOS
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Course: #8947Level: Introductory1 Hour
This SIMQ article will address the resources needed for an optimally functioning simulation lab. Resources such as personnel, equipment, and technologies will be discussed.

SIMQ: Telesupervision
Presented by Carol Szymanski, PhD, CCC-SLP, CHSE
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Course: #8734Level: Intermediate1 Hour
In 2016, the Council for Clinical Certification revised implementation language of Speech Language Pathology Standard V-B to allow for the use of simulations to count towards clinical clock hours. In this SimQ article, we will focus on the impact of this change and offer ways to assure that students are obtaining clinical clock hours in a manner that complies with the standard.

SIMQ: Virtual and Augmented Reality
Presented by Carol C. Dudding, PhD, CHSE, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8718Level: Introductory1 Hour
This article explores the opportunities afforded by emerging technologies in virtual and augmented reality. Participants will be provided information about the current state of these immersive technologies and challenged to consider their potential use in clinical education. The article provides a mix of theory and practice, and presents information with the intent to stimulate ideas.

The Art of Debriefing: Key Elements in CSD Simulation Education
Presented by Carol Szymanski, PhD, CCC-SLP, CHSE
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Course: #8704Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This course defines and describes the types of simulations utilized for clinical education in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). The learning theory behind simulation education will be presented, with the process and examples of debriefing specifically highlighted.
Please note: This course uses a different recorded format from most of our courses; arrows on the playbar must be used to progress through the course. When playback stops after the course introduction, use the right arrow key to progress to the second slide, where you can read the full playback instructions. Due to the nature of the development of this content, this course is best viewed on a tablet-sized screen or larger. Please plan your viewing experience accordingly.

Creating Interprofessional Opportunities through Clinical Simulations
Presented by Stacy Williams, PhD, CCC-SLP, Carol C. Dudding, PhD, CHSE, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8703Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This course is designed to share the components of effective and collaborative interprofessional education (IPE) using simulations as a foundation for teaching and learning. The course will provide the opportunity to work through and apply real-world, evidence-based examples for allied health professionals.

Getting Started with Simulations
Presented by Katie Ondo, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8692Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will review the history and theory supporting the use of simulation. It will also provide an overview of the different types of simulation modalities.
Please note: This course uses a different recorded format from most of our courses; arrows on the playbar must be used to progress through the course. When playback stops after the course introduction, use the right arrow key to progress to the second slide, where you can read the full playback instructions.Due to the nature of the development of this content, this course is best viewed on a tablet-sized screen or larger. Please plan your viewing experience accordingly.

SIMQ: The Debrief and its Importance in the Simulation Learning Experience
Presented by Erin S. Clinard, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8605Level: Intermediate1 Hour
In this article, we will focus on a specific aspect of the simulation learning experience: the debrief. The Q&A will address the importance of the debrief as part of the learning process. Research and evidence-based practices for debriefing will be discussed.

SIMQ: A Student Perspective of Simulations for Clinical Training
Presented by Samantha D Livengood, MS, CF-SLP
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Course: #8531Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course addresses the perspectives of a graduate student who has experienced simulations as part of her clinical training program. We will probe her thoughts on the strengths and limitations of this application. She will provide us with insights about how simulations can best be integrated into a graduate curriculum.

Clinical Decision-making in Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students: Quantitative Findings
Presented by Carol C. Dudding, PhD, CHSE, CCC-SLP, Danika Pfeiffer, MA, CCC-SLP
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Course: #8485Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This text reports the results of a study examining changes in the clinical decision-making processes of speech-language pathology (SLP) students. Web-based case simulations were used to elicit and measure clinical decision-making in eight graduate students at three stages in their training.

Supervision of Simulation Modalities in CSD Programs
Presented by Clint Johnson, MA, CCC-SLP, CHSE
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Course: #8491Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
The course will review ASHA Council for Clinical Certification (CFCC) requirements for the supervision of clinical simulations in communication sciences and disorders (CSD) programs. Guidelines and methodologies for supervising three types of simulation modalities (standardized patients, computer-based simulations, and manikins/part-task trainers) will be discussed.
Please note: This course uses a different recorded format from most of our courses; arrows on the playbar must be used to progress through the course. When playback stops after the course introduction, use the right arrow key to progress to the second slide, where you can read the full playback instructions. Due to the nature of the development of this content, this course is best viewed on a tablet-sized screen or larger. Please plan your viewing experience accordingly.