The Master of Science in Health Science Education program offers online courses in learning and curriculum, simulation/technical & non-technical skills, online learning, educational leadership, assessment and evaluation, and research methods. In addition, two mandatory in-person residency periods must be completed. The program offers students two completion pathways: a course-based option which is offered in online format through part-time studies (full time may be considered with special permission), or a thesis-based option offered in either part-time or full-time studies. Non-health practitioners will only be considered for the full-time, thesis stream. The program will be highly accessible through blended delivery of online and in-class formats. Click here to apply (deadline for admissions is January 27th, 2017).
We are now accepting abstract submissions for the Geoff Norman Day in Education Research 2017. To submit an abstract please Click Here.
Deadline March 31, 2017.
SIM-One has an exciting variety of available programming – with some being offered completely online and others as 2-day intensive in-person sessions. Upcoming courses include:
Simulation Research Primer (introductory) - online, starts Jan 25
Sim Scenario Writing - online, starts Feb 27
Essentials of Simulation - in Toronto, starts Feb 28
Briefing & Debriefing - online, starts Mar 6
Simulation Research Practices (a step more advanced) - online, starts Apr 5
Interprofessional Education & Simulation - in Toronto, starts Apr 19
Summer Simulation Institute (3 days) - in Toronto, starts Jun 7
For details see http://www.sim-one.ca/courses/upcoming-list. Registration is online for those interested in taking courses, and SIM-one Organizational Members and SIMadvocates get a discount.
To view submitted theses from graduated students on MacSphere please Click Here.
The program would also like to acknowledge two of our students, Ligia Cordovani and Daniel Cordovani, who have recently graduated from the HSED Course-Based stream and who were able to translate some of their scholarly experience from the program into an impactful publication on clinical education with the journal Advances in Health Sciences Education.
Cordovani, L., & Cordovani, D. (2015). A literature review on observational learning for medical motor skills and anesthesia teaching. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 1-9.
Please find a link to the article here.
Also, the program would like to share with you a video on Student Leadership in Health Sciences featuring another of our recent graduates from the HSED Thesis-Based stream Anita Acai. Please find a link to the video here.