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The Educator Experience

Creating a Course

1. Contact: Reach out to RCSS to schedule a session and set your goals

We recommend that you contact us to schedule your simulation session at least six weeks in advance. This helps secure your preferred dates and allows for adequate planning to ensure a successful session for your learners.

2. Meet: Design your session in collaboration with RCCSS staff.

At least one month before the date of the session, your course faculty are encouraged to meet with RCCSS staff to review the simulation cases and session design in detail.

3. Plan: Our team will plan for your equipment and supply needs.

Physicians, nurses, and technicians trained in simulation as an area of specialty are available to assist in the planning of your simulation experience, and to offer expert consultation on simulation-based education and research.

4. Launch: Your session enables learners to refine their skills.

Working in meticulous recreations of actual hospital treatment rooms, your session’s learners will have the opportunity to refine their skills in a safe environment replicating real-world conditions. A web-supported audiovisual system allows you to carefully record, review and debrief on every step.

Expert Level Courses

The Rush Center for Clinical Skills and Simulation is a perfect venue for hosting an expert-level course of your own design. Whether you’re developing a didactic-based, simulation-based or cadaver-based course, RCCSS can provide executive-level administrative and technical support in our state-of-the art facility. Learn more


Please note: The RCCSS cancellation policy requires that our staff be notified fifteen business days prior to the scheduled session in the event that a cancellation becomes necessary. This allows us to accommodate other requests.

Ready to start planning? Reach out to RCCSS today.