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The Simulation Center is an integral part of the Brody School of Medicine student curriculum. Each medical student will participate in a minimum of 26 simulation and skills sessions by the time each graduates the program. There are also self-study opportunities for medical students to aid in preparation for board exams, collaborate with simulation faculty for research initiatives, and gain hands-on practice in their areas of interest.

First Year

  • First 5 Minutes® Crisis Management Program
  • M-1 Physiology Clinical Case Scenario
  • M-1 Doctoring Skills Sessions
  • M-1 Interest Groups Simulation and Skills-Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Anesthesia, Women Surgeons, OB-Gyn

Second Year

  • M-2 Doctoring Skills Sessions
  • M-2 Pharmacology Clinical Case Scenarios
  • M-2 Interest Groups Simulation and Skills-Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Anesthesia, Women Surgeons, OB-Gyn

Third Year

  • M-3 Medicine Clerkship Procedural and Skills
  • M-3 Surgical Clerkship Procedural Skills
  • M-3 Pediatric Clerkship Procedural Skills
  • M-3 Obstetrics/Gynecology Procedural Skills
  • M-3 BSOM 2-Week Emergency Medicine Simulation and Skills Elective
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Fourth Year

  • M-4 Emergency Medicine Rotation Simulated Case Scenarios
  • M-4 Emergency Medicine Rotation Procedural Skills Sessions
  • M-4 Emergency Medicine Rotation Ultrasound
  • M-4 Emergency Medicine Rotation First 5 Minutes Crisis Management Program
  • M-4 Transition to Residency Training Interprofessional Clinical Case Simulations

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