Peter Stilwell, BKin DC MSc PhD
Dr. Peter Stilwell recently completed the PhD (Health) program at Dalhousie University and is now transitioning to a postdoctoral research position at McGill University. Prior to his PhD studies, he completed degrees in Kinesiology (BKin), Chiropractic (DC), and Rehabilitation Research - Physiotherapy (MSc). He has a clinical background treating patients with persistent spinal pain and is now engaged in full-time research, working on a variety of health- and communication-based projects.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Creating Psychological Safety in Interprofessional Simulation: Lessons Learned from a Scoping Review
Simulation-based education (SBE) has been used to augment and/or partially substitute clinical learning as it provides a controlled setting with natural, realistic, and relevant practice experiences, without risk of injurious patient consequences. Interprofessional SBE (IP-SBE) provides a platform for students to learn about, from, and with one another to develop and practice interprofessional collaborative (IPC) competencies. However, socio-historical hierarchies that are predominant in healthcare cultures often emerge in simulation, negatively impacting interprofessional learning. Creating…