SubmissionId 28961

Code
PCW - 10

Category

Authors
  • Mostafa Elbaba

Affiliation
None

Reg Fee?
yes

Fee
100 $

Length of Presentation
Half Day (4 hours)

Title

Abstract (Rationale / Background / Purpose)

Background

Writing a simulation scenario is different compared to writing a novel or medical case. This workshop will be used to explore how the cinematic arts and science enhance writing and development of simulation scenarios. Based on this background, the scenario can be enhanced and professionally developed. Screenwriting in cinema or theater adds to the art of writing simulation scripts and ensures that important simulation details are attended.

Learning Objective

  1. Recognize the basics of simulation scenario writing
  2. Apply screenwriting and screenplay principles to simulation script writing
  3. Create new formats of advanced and enhanced simulation scenarios

Workshop agenda

  • Opening (15 minutes)
  • Didactic: Basic writing of the simulation scenario (30 minutes)
  • Small group hands-on activities (60 minutes)
  • Didactic: Implementing the cinematic art & science principles to the scenario (30 minutes)
  • Small group hands-on activities (60 minutes)
  • Didactic: Final adjustment to the enhanced simulation scenario (30 minutes)
  • Small group hands-on activities (60 minutes)
  • Closing (15 minutes)

Optional Literature References
  1. Seropian MA. General concepts in full scale simulation: getting started. Anesthesia & Analgesia. 2003 Dec 1;97(6):1695-705.
  2. Pascucci RC, Weinstock PH, O’Connor BE, Fancy KM, Meyer EC. Integrating actors into a simulation program: a primer. Simulation in Healthcare. 2014 Apr 1;9(2):120-6.
  3. O’Regan N, Coombs-Thorne H. Physiologic Storyboarding for Scenario Development in High-Fidelity Simulation. Medical Science Educator. 2017:1-6.
  4. Bennett D, Dodge K. It was like a mirror: a reflection on filmed role play simulation.

Term 1
Yes

Term 2
Yes

Term 3
Yes

Term 4
Yes

Term 5
Yes
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