We are now accepting applications for our fellowship in simulation. The fellowship will develop individuals as leaders in simulation-based healthcare education and provide opportunities for research in the field of simulation-based education. The fellowship is funded and has been accredited by the American College of Surgeons.
The Fellowship in Simulation is offered as a one- or two-year fellowship. During this time, the fellow will be involved in advanced adult learning theory; curriculum development for multiple medical specialties and residency programs; learners and program evaluation and assessment; operational/leadership issues related to simulation centers; research resulting in presentations and publications at national and international conferences; personal leadership and skill development; and simulated scenario development and implementation. An advanced educational degree program may be available to those candidates who wish to pursue this opportunity.
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The optimal candidate will have at least two years of experience in a surgical specialty (such as anesthesia and OB/GYN), but applications will be accepted from physicians outside of surgical specialties, as well as from those individuals pursuing advanced education degrees. Those with interrupted training tracts or careers will be considered.
Send a curriculum vitae, a cover letter outlying your professional goals and reasons for pursuing this fellowship, and two letters of recommendation (one from your program director or an equivalent program faculty member and one from another professional colleague) to the address below.
Edward Dominguez, MD, FACS
Program Director, Simulation Fellowship
William Watson, MD, FACS
Surgical Director, CME&I
3525 Olentangy River Road, Suite 4300
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Phone: (614) 566.1099
Fax: (614) 566.2324
Email: [email protected]
Jun 09, 2022