Webinars are a great way to breathe new life and professional development into those months between ASPE annual conferences.

A Webinar is a seminar conducted over the Internet using a combination of conference calls and a website, or an online application for meetings. They are usually an hour long and begin with a presentation followed by discussion between the presenters and attendees.

We offer Webinars on a variety of subjects and at a variety of times to make them attractive and available to as many people as possible.

If members miss the webinar, the files are archived to this site here.

 Available for Both Members and Non-Members 

Upcoming Webinars


Announcing the first ASPE Online Simulation Roundtable, facilitated by Andrew Roblyer, CHSE, Director of Clinical Simulation at the University of Houston College of Medicine along with:

Denise LaMarra, MS, CHSE
Director, Standardized Patient Program Perelman School of Medicine

Margaret Liu, PhD, MBA
Assistant Program Director, University of Michigan School of Dentistry

Karen Szauter, MD
Professor, Internal Medicine & Office of Educational Development, UTMB Health

Wednesday, April 15 at 4:00 p.m. ET or Thursday, April 16 at 9:00 a.m. ET 

Why have an Online Simulation Roundtable?
To offer the simulation community regular opportunities for conversation with colleagues from around the world. To connect, share and learn.

What is an Online Simulation Roundtable?
The goal of each Roundtable discussion is to provide a focused topic for discussion, provide a basic framework, allow for small group discussion, and collect written reports from each small group that will be stored on the ASPE website and made available to all interested simulation educators.

When is this happening?
Please join us for the first session on Wednesday, April 15 at 4:00 p.m. ET and Thursday, April 16 at 9:00 a.m. ET. Each registrant will be asked to pick one time to attend to preserve seats for as many participants as possible.

How can I be involved?
All participants must register at the link below. Registrants will be asked to provide an email address, the name of their position and institution, and the name of another member of the simulation community who can vouch for them. This is an effort to discourage external participants from “zoom-bombing” our meeting.

What are the topics?
The first topic will be general and applicable to a broad swath of simulationists. A survey about that topic is included with registration. Moving forward, we will ask you for your input about topics that would be valuable to you!



Previous Webinars



EMS Data Sheet

Final Telecommunication Webinar PPT

Online OSCE SP Performance Briefing

Webinar Outline Handout

Post Webinar Handout 1

Post Webinar Handout 2

Summative PE Options without an SP

Telecommunication Software Comparison

Q & A

Videoconference Meeting Best Practice 

Videoconference Tools Comparison

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