Lebanese American University

Clinical Simulation Center

Clinical Simulation Sessions

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Photo: The control room

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Photo: Debriefing with med students after a simulation session

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Photo: Debriefing with med students after a simulation session


At LAU’s Clinical Simulation Center, a variety of simulation methodologies can be used for education and training of participants. This can include high- and low-fidelity manikins, virtual environments, and unfolding video case simulations.

Most simulation sessions follow a similar design. There is usually some pre-work, or preparation learning, by the participant before the simulation. This is followed by the implementation of the simulation session and a debriefing session. Debriefings are generally conducted as a reflective learning experience in which participants review and discuss their performance during the simulation session and the facilitator provides additional feedback.


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