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Online lessons for developing interprofessional simulation training, point-of-care ultrasound training skills, and injury prevention & control.

The Center for Health Sciences Interprofessional Education, Education and Practice (CHSIE) is pleased to present free, self-paced, just-in-time web-based modules for students, faculty and clinical instructors utilizing current teaching and learning technologies. These web modules are developed by expert faculty and clinicians in their fields using fundamental instructional methods designed to be easy to use, easy to learn and adaptable to your courses. 

Teaching with Simulation Lessons

Are you intimidated by the word “simulation”? Teaching with simulation has gained its popularity due to its positive impact on student outcomes. Simulation modules here are lessons to train you how to teach effectively with simulation. It covers the basics to advanced applications. There are also tools to help you plan your simulation, develop your simulation scenarios, and track students’ outcomes. Simulation will be a powerful teaching tool for you. You will not be intimidated by the word “simulation” again.
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Photo of a provider performing an abdominal ultrasound.

Point-of-Care Ultrasound Lessons

Are you familiar with “point of care testing”? Will you be interested in adopting point of care ultrasound to make a quick  preliminary diagnosis in various clinical settings? This module introduces a series of bedside ultrasound techniques to help clinicians to screen serious diseases in a timely manner.
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Photo of a provider performing an abdominal ultrasound.

Interprofessional Studies on Injury Prevention & Control Educational Modules for UW Faculty & Students

The Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center is now offering a series of free educational modules for University of Washington students and faculty. This short, interprofessional curriculum seeks to close gaps in the existing injury control content at UW and supplement existing classes or work in public health and the health sciences. Each module is developed to reflect regional and local population health needs and provide an introduction to injury control science. The content is designed for both undergraduate and graduate students at the UW. Each module includes lectures from leaders in injury control ideal for supplemental use in related courses.

Modules can be imported together or individually into existing Canvas courses. Students can also individually access these modules at https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1167632.

Please contact curriculum coordinator at labbotts@uw.edu for more information, to enroll students or to import a module into your Canvas classroom.

Acknowledgements

The Teaching with Simulation Lessons and Point-of-Care Ultrasound Lessons were developed with funding from a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) faculty development grant: Integrated Technology into Nursing Education & Practice Initiative (ITNEP) (Grant U1KHP09543). Principal Investigators: Brenda K. Zierler, PhD, RN, FAAN (University of Washington), Suzan Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN (Washington State University), Erin Pringle, MS, RN (University of Alaska-Anchorage), Glenna Burg, MS, RN (Montana State University), and Robin E. Pattillo, PhD, MEd, RN (Idaho State University).

The Interprofessional Studies on Injury Prevention and Control curricula were developed by injury control specialists at Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center with funding from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation.