Effective Debriefing With Challenging Learners: The Challengers – Get Smart and Check Yourself

Authors
  • Christopher Strother, MD

  • Mirian Kulkarni, MD

  • Danielle Hart, MD, MACM

  • Ambrose Wong, MD, MSEd

  • Kimberly Schertzer

    Kimberly Schertzer, MD

    Standford University

    I am the director of EM simulation and simulation fellowship director at Stanford, and I am excited to be considered for the role of Sim Academy Secretary. I have been a Sim Academy board member before, and I appreciated the opportunity to collaborate with others to bring value to Academy members through educational offerings and other initiatives. I remained active in the Academy when my elected term ended. Over this past year, as an SAEM Fellowship Approval Committee member, I worked closely with Simulation Academy members to move Simulation Fellowships toward SAEM approval.

    If elected to the executive committee, I hope to help further develop the feeling of the Academy as a community of practice. I love the active discussion we’ve had about meeting simulation challenges during the pandemic, and I look forward to expanding this great membership engagement. I know many of you, but as a strong introvert, I am not great at the networking required for widespread name recognition. Please know that I am a hardworking and dependable team member. I could be counted on to help achieve the Sim Academy priorities as secretary. I look forward to communicating with you all in the future!
  • Nur-Ain Nadir

    Clinical Assistant Professor

    Kaiser Permanente Central Valley Modesto

  • Colleen Smith, MD

  • Shannon McNamara, MD

  • Joan Noelker, MD, MACM