The Health and Well-Being for All virtual simulation will be held on Saturday, November 6 from 9:00am - noon (facilitators will be asked to stay until 12:30). This 3-hour online simulation is designed for students, faculty, and practitioners from various health professions. It is based on an in-person simulation developed by the CDC and adapted to a virtual format to reflect contemporary issues. Utilizing both real-play and role-play methodologies, participants are placed in interprofessional teams and learn to engage in a community task force meeting to propose an intervention using a 6-step improvement model. In the process, participants explore how SDOH impact their understanding of and biases around obesity. Each team is facilitated by an advanced learner who received just-in-time training on interprofessional, small group facilitation. Participants are encouraged to ask their faculty if they may get course credit for participating. Contact us to register and with any questions.
Saturday Nov. 6
Health and Well-Being for All Virtual Simulation
9 a.m. to Noon