Objectives and competences

According to good practices established by the INACSL, all educational programmes based on simulation require systems and infrastructure to maintain simulation operations. The duties of a simulationist include: audiovisual, technology and information systems, manikin operation and programming, coordination, communication and representation of simulated patients, operations and support of virtual systems, diary management and maintenance, set-up and dismantling of the simulated environment, moulage, data collection, creation, manipulation and review of graphic and video content.

Basic information

TypePostgraduate courses
CertificateExpert diploma
Faculty or schoolCampus Docent Sant Joan de Déu - Fundació Privada
Branch of knowledge
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Biomedical sciences
  • Chemical engineering, materials engineering and environmental engineering
Mode of deliveryBlended
Credits15
Length of course1 academic year
Language(s) of instructionSpanish
Enrolment fee:First year: 1.500,00 €
An increase of 10% is applied to the price, up to a maximum of € 70, as administration fee
In-company placement(s):No
Classes begin:09/09/2024
E-mailmariona.farres@sjd.edu.es
Master's degree course homepage https://www.santjoandedeu.edu.es/
ManagmentFARRÉS TARAFA, MARIONA
Open pre-enrolmentNo
Lead to doctoral studiesNo
Admission for applicants not holding a degree qualification:Sí, amb crèdits pendents (10% o menys)

Objectives and competences

Objectives

The main objective of this course is to enable participants to take on the role of a specialist simulationist in keeping with the International Nursing Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) standards of good practice. The specific objectives are:
- To understand the conceptual basis of simulation-based education;
- To effectively manage material and infrastructure resources for simulation activities;
- To gain an understanding of the preventive maintenance and potential repair needs of simulators used in simulation centres;
- To become familiar with clinical terminology, equipment and environments for use in simulation scenarios;
- To use make-up and moulage in a range of different materials and simulation settings;
- To perform the tasks of a simulationist.

Access and admission

Applicant profile and access requirements

Recommended applicant profile

Healthcare technicians, laboratory technicians, audiovisual technicians, make-up technicians, graduates in health sciences, biomedical engineering and/or business.

Access requirements and conditions

The course is also open to students with no prior university education, who will acquire the same knowledge and skills and receive a specific qualification for their learner group. Information on the access requirements and other conditions can be obtained from the course directors.

Pre-enrolment

Contact us

Faculty or school where the course is taught


Address:Campus Docent Sant Joan de Déu
C/ Benito Menni 18-20

08830 - Sant Boi de Llobregat
Espanya
Email address:campus.masterpost@sjd.edu.es
Webpage:https://www.santjoandedeu.edu.es/
Telephone:932800949

For further enquiries


Address:Mariona Farrés Tarafa
C/ Benito Menni 18-20

08830 - Sant Boi de Llobregat
Espanya
Email address:mariona.farres@sjd.edu.es
Webpage:https://www.santjoandedeu.edu.es/
Telephone:932800949