Access the 2020 ASPE Virtual Conference and so much more in the Center for SP Methodology: ASPE's new online learning platform.  Choose from 46 recorded presentations/workshops, 23 recorded Snapshots, and 16 poster sessions hosted at this year’s ASPE Virtual Conference.  Earn up to 12 CEUs accredited by SSH!  Registration will allow you to have access until September 21 to view all conference content.  Access the Virtual Conference now, and click to explore the Center for SP Methodology.


The 2020 ASPE Annual Conference provides a space where a community of simulation educators, researchers, creators, and practitioners can share their practice of turning visions into reality through human simulation.
  • Connect with other educators, trainers and administrators from 30 different countries in a professional learning environment 
  • Explore the ASPE Standards of Best Practice and SP methodology 
  • Discover innovative ways to include new ideas into your own practice 
  • Experience the latest in Human Simulation technology with our sponsors
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 ASPE Member - $150 Full Conference Content

ASPE Non-Member - $200 Full Conference Content

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Please click here to access the online syllabus to view all the session abstracts and speakers!




How do I attend the Virtual Conference Content?
After you register online you will receive a link to create your ASPE SP Center for Methodology account. Please note the following when registering:

Non-Members - The email you register with is the email you need to use to create a profile and log into ASPE's SP Center for Methodology
Members - Use the same login credentials as your ASPE member account to access the ASPE SP Center for Methodology.
Who can attend?
Anyone from around the world is encourage to participate! To access content and receive your Certificate of Attendance, you must have a paid registration.
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John Chenault, MSLIS

John Chenault is an Associate Professor at the Kornhauser Health Sciences Library at the University of Louisville (UofL), and an instructor in Pan African Studies in UofL’s College of Arts & Sciences. He researches issues of medicine and race, and the role of slavery in the development of medical science. He also is a playwright and composer who has received commissions from the John F. Kennedy Center, the American Composers Forum, and other arts organizations.

Gabriel Reedy, PhD

Dr. Reedy is a Reader in Clinical Education in the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine at King’s College London, where he directs the Masters in Clinical Education. He holds a PhD in Cognitive and Educational Psychology from the University of Washington. He is a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and is on the Scientific Committee of the Society in Europe for Simulation as Applied to Medicine (SESAM). His research focuses on how healthcare professionals learn and work together, and especially how simulated environments can be used for learning, teaching, and assessment.

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