2014 Simulation Olympics
The 2014 competition will be held on April 30th, May 1st and 2nd (Wed/Thurs/Fri) at the Queen’s Clinical Simulation Centre. Faculty-supervised practice sessions will be announced at a later date.
All teams must have the following: 4 members total with a maximum of 2 senior residents, an RN and/or RT member, and a supervising faculty coach. Faculty coaches are responsible for practice sessions and debriefing during the competition. Teams without an RN or RT will not qualify to go beyond the preliminary round.
Registration will be open until April 1st and will be capped at twenty teams.
This year’s competition schedule will include a preliminary rounds (minimum 2 scenarios per team), a semi-final round, and a final round (top 3 teams overall). The top placing teams from the preliminary round will advance directly to the FINALS. The SEMIFINAL round will be a single elimination format (2nd-5th place teams).
Wednesday, April 30th (AM & PM) & Thursday, May 1st (AM).
Thursday, May 1st (PM) for out-of-town teams only.
Friday, May 2nd (AM) for the 2nd-5th place teams overall.
Friday, May 2nd (4-6pm) for the 1st place team overall (direct from PRELIMS) and the 2 SEMIFINAL winners.
As in previous years, there will be lots of expertise to share, prizes to win, colleagues to share stories with, and an awards ceremony reception following the finals. Come out and enjoy the competition as a competitor, spectator, or senior administrator/educator.
TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM…
Contact Jessica Montagner (Dept EM) by phone 613-548-2368 or email email@example.com c/o 2014 Simulation Olympics competition. Please include your team name, team captain contact info (cell/pager/email), team members, faculty coach, and preferred preliminary competition day/time.
The Simulation Olympics
Dr. Damon Dagnone MD, FRCPC, MMEd Director, Simulation Olympics Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine Queen’s University
Interests: Damon’s academic interests include simulation-based learning and assessment, curriculum development in resuscitation, inter-professional team training, and patient safety. When not in the sim lab, Damon can be found running, biking, or chasing his kids at home.