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Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula

  • 27 Jun 2016
  • 01 Jul 2016
  • Chicago, IL Northwestern University

Designing and Implementing Simulation-Based Mastery Learning Curricula


June 27 - July 1, 2016


Mastery learning is a rigorous form of competency-based medical education. Use of the mastery model has been shown to improve patient care quality and lower health care costs. Northwestern Simulation faculty are leading experts in the use of simulation-based mastery learning to develop and measure clinical skills. This comprehensive five-day course will offer participants opportunities to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to design and implement mastery learning curricula in the following key domains:


• Resuscitation
• Procedural skills training
• Communication skills


Course Directors

Walter Eppich, MD, Med      William McGaghie, PhD


Featured Instructors

Mark Adler, MD

Jeffrey Barsuk, MD, MS, FSHM

David Salzman, MD, Med

Diane Wayne, MD


Early Bird Pricing before April 15th!


For more information visit:



To apply email


Elizabeth Wylie, MHA

Executive Director, Northwestern Simulation ™

Director of Operations, 

Department of Medical Education

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

312.503.4880 direct



Northwestern Simulation

240 E Huron

Chicago, IL 60611


Contact name:

James Burns

(312) 503 - 4020


Webpage: https://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/sites/dme/simulation/sim-courses/Mastery-Learning.html

Early bird pricing before April 15th!


See Save the Date info here:  PDF


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