Supporting family caregivers

Our workshops aim to educate caregivers and provide them with the necessary resources to turn to in the community for support.

14 juin 2019 (Cet atelier aura lieu en français)

August 22, 2019 (This workshop will be given in English)

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Crime and Medicine: Health Care Providers at the Intersection of Human Trafficking

If you missed our webinar on how health care providers can identify, assist and advocate for victims of human trafficking, you can watch the recording here: Webinar Link

2nd Edition of McGill Clinical Innovation Competition (CLIC) 

The McGill CLIC aims to inspire faculty members, learners and graduates to innovate for improved health care and outcomes.

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Practicing with residents and faculty from across Canada

The Advanced Airway Course provides Otolaryngology residents with the opportunity to gain important decision-making capabilities, master surgical skills and improve team skills with regards to airway management.

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ALS Quebec launches Taking Care, a virtual learning environment for caregivers

A four-part video series on safety and home modifications with Occupational Therapist Ann-Marie Léporé was produced in collaboration with the SCSIL. It features standardized patients who put themselves in the shoes of someone living with ALS and their caregiver(s).

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The Art of Surgery

This workshop by Dr. Nabil Fanous provided McGill Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Residents with valuable tips and tricks to optimize their skills in the operating room.

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Highlights from our 14th Annual Flanders Family Visiting Professors in Medical Simulation

Drs. Nadkarni and Deutsch have vast experience leading successful in-situ simulation and resuscitation programs that have a huge impact on patient safety and outcomes.

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Daring to explore with physician astronaut David Saint-Jacques

Canadian Space Agency astronaut visits the Steinberg Centre in preparation for his upcoming mission.

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Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning

Leading research and innovation

The Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning—an interprofessional centre of excellence—uses medical simulation to enhance the skills of health care professionals. The SIM Centre continuously strives to improve patient safety and quality of care through education, research, evaluation and innovation.

Education mission

While simulation-based medical education has been prevalent in clinical arenas for almost 40 years, there has been a lag in the efforts to translate simulation training into discernible improvements in clinical care.

The focus has been on delivery of simulation training modalities, with measurement at the level of learner performance, though not addressing the impact on patient care.

The educational mission of the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning will be firmly embedded within processes to improve clinical care.

Education mission