The Fellowship in Simulation develops individuals to become leaders in simulation-based healthcare education. Fellows will be involved in simulation scenario development and implementation, advanced adult learning theory, curriculum development for both surgical and non-surgical specialties, program evaluation/assessment, and operational issues related to simulation centers. Ample opportunities are available and encouraged for research. The primary educational site for active fellows is the Center for Medical Education and Innovation (CME-I) at Riverside Methodist Hospital, although there are added experiences at other centers within OhioHealth in addition to national simulation courses and conferences.
Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to medical education and incorporation of simulation-based education into their future careers. While the fellowship is accredited by the American College of Surgeons, applications will be accepted from physicians outside of surgical specialties. For those wishing to pursue clinical opportunities, a combined fellowship/work schedule may be possible. Fellows may be able to complete advanced educational degrees during the fellowship through our academic partners.
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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.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:
William B. DeVoe, MD, FACS
Program Director, Simulation Fellowship
Brad Gable, MD, MS, FACEP
System Medical Director, Simulation Fellowship
3525 Olentangy River Road, Suite 4300
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Phone: (614) 566-4398
Fax: (614) 566-2324
Email: [email protected]
Mar 15, 2023