The Art and Science of Using Simulation in Audiology Education
The University of Pittsburgh Department of Communication Science and Disorders announced that it is hosting its biennial Teaching Conference on Thursday, June 10 and Friday, June 11, 2021. The evidence base supporting the use of simulation in both didactic and clinical instructional settings will be explored. The use case in audiology will be discussed and demonstrated throughout the program by individuals implementing simulation across audiology topics in the classroom and clinic. Issues related to accreditation and certification when using simulation to meet goals in an academic program will be highlighted. Industry partners supporting a variety of simulation capabilities will provide detailed descriptions and demonstrations of their technology. Breakout and panel discussions will allow interaction to enhance what is presented in the program. The conference will include poster presentations from individuals in the field using simulation. This meeting will be offered on a professional virtual platform allowing for real-time exchange and simulation demonstrations.
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Conference Registration Scholarship
If you are a practicing clinician who provides clinical instruction to AuD students and have been in the field between 1-10 years, you qualify to apply for the Jenifer Fruit Registration Scholarship for Clinical Educators. If selected, you will receive a free registration for the conference.
The Art and Science of Using Simulation in Audiology Education will allow attendees to share what they are doing in the classroom and clinic. Databased posters, tutorial posters, and discussion initiating posters are all welcome. Poster presenters must register for the meeting. Poster presenters will be available to answer questions from 5-6pm EST on Thursday, June 10 and from 8:30-9:30 AM EST and on Friday, July 11 to meet the demands of various time zones. Please respond to the following questions to submit your poster presentation (link below). We will be back in touch within two weeks of submission to let you know if your poster has been accepted for presentation. The last day for poster submission is May 10, 2021.
Source: University of Pittsburgh