Live Actor Simulation Catalogue
Search over 100 simulation scenarios and interactive workshops available for booking below. Alternatively, select a keyword(s) to filter through the scenarios. Can’t find what you’re looking for or want to tweak one of the existing simulations? We design custom simulations to fit your learning needs. Contact email@example.com (opens in new window) to get your custom simulation started
Simulations involve characters under eighteen years of age and scenarios that impact the family unit or relationships (parent to child, parent to parent, child to child, grandparent to parent, etc.)
- #212: Abuse by a family member - immigrants to Canada (opens in new window)
- #209: Child labelled as disruptive - parent/teacher interview (opens in new window)
- LGBTQ Youth Series: #210: Positive parenting (opens in new window) , #702: Effects of disclosure on parents (opens in new window) , #800: Risk factors they face (opens in new window) , #800B Risk factors they face - Part B (opens in new window)
Simulations involve one or a combination of individuals sixty-five years of age or older, issues or events that occur during 'ageing,’ and senior citizens’ well-being (both mental, physical and environmental).
Simulations deal with issues and events concerning equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI).
Simulations involve one or a combination of the various states of employment or losing employment, human resources and recruitment, and challenging working environments.
Simulations involve scenarios about events and institutions housed within the health care system. They may deal with medical conditions, diagnoses, illnesses, procedures, emotions, situations, decisions, and scenarios that stem from those events.
- #1202: Advocating for the Patient in an Interprofessional Environment (opens in new window)
- #603B: Alcoholism - Effects on Leah Durkin (opens in new window)
- #1202B: Case Management of a Patient in an Interprofessional Environment (opens in new window)
- #601B: Diabetes, Depression and Addiction (opens in new window)
Simulations deal with scenarios and events where a team of individuals from diverse professional backgrounds approach a scenario addressing an event or challenge using teamwork, shared decision-making and other applicable skills.
Simulations involve scenarios and challenges that impact various forms of relationships. Relationships include marital relationships, romantic relationships, friendships or other forms of relationships.
- #206: Family Dealing with Terminal Illness (opens in new window)
- #403: High Level Promotion - Family Dynamics (opens in new window)
- #213: Overwhelmed Mother (opens in new window)
- #202: Sex, Marriage and Illness (opens in new window)
Simulations involve scenarios in which mental illness, psychological treatment and mental health are central. They may address mental illness, treatment of mental illness and its challenges, circumstances surrounding mental illness, and the steps in identifying, managing and coping with mental illness.
Simulations prepare students or young professionals to enter their placements in a variety of industries or to aid working professionals in the development of their work-related skills.
Simulations teach skills associated with research support. These skills may include attention to detail, problem-solving, mediation, communication skills, and differentiating necessary information and data from a collection.
Simulations require learners to work within a team or group setting. They learn how a team member's distinct role and behaviours impact individuals and the group, negotiate, and address and resolve various conflicts within a team dynamic.
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