The GWU SMHS Medical Education Fellowship with a concentration in Simulation is a 1 year mentored program which combines educational requirements, research, and clinical experience to provide a comprehensive education in the use of simulation in medical education.
The Fellowship has Three Core Components: Clinical, Educational, and Research Activities. The fellowship program offers advanced training in simulation education and curriculum design / evaluation. Fellows learn fundamentals of adult learning theory through an established educational curriculum, the Master Teacher Leadership Development Program, through the Graduate School of Education and Human Development.
Fellows develop simulation training skills in the SMHS Clinical Learning and Simulation Skills (CLASS) Center by creating, implementing, reviewing and supervising medical simulation and virtual care exercises for students and residents. Fellows obtain a broad understanding of the diversity in simulation education through participation in conferences and courses, and may tour other simulation centers. Fellows are expected to create and implement an independent simulation based research project.
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For interested applicants, Download the Medical Education Fellowship Application
Sep 13, 2021