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   Office of Simulation and Safety Education

Graduate Medical Education

The Simulation Center collaborates with the Office of Graduate Medical Education to provide opportunities for simulation-based learning through clinical scenarios, hands-on procedural skills sessions, independent study and practice. Educational opportunities include adult, obstetric, and pediatric training in teamwork, communication, resuscitation, and procedural skills. There are opportunities for developing expertise in simulation-based education, elective time in simulation and skills, independent on-demand skills practice, and simulated-based education research. 

Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship

The Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program is offering a one-year medical simulation fellowship in collaboration with the Department of Emergency Medicine that will begin in July 2019. The program is designed for emergency medicine residency graduates interested in pursuing an academic career in simulation-based education. The fellow will receive an academic appointment as Clinical Instructor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. For more information, please see the detailed description or please contact:  

Walter C. "Skip" Robey III, MD, FACEP
Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship Director
Director, Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program and Center
Assistant Dean for Simulation and Safety Education
Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Emergency Medicine
East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine
Office (252) 744-3251

Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Simulation Rotation

Participation in simulation-based educational activities is considered an essential component of the Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship and fellows rotate through the Clinical Simulation Center as part of their curriculum. The goal of the simulation rotation is to provide the fellow with an introduction to applied medical simulation, simulation modalities, procedural skills training, leadership, team dynamics, and simulation research. Throughout the block rotation, fellows will work with trainees and healthcare providers from multiple disciplines facilitating simulated clinical cases and actively participating in debriefing sessions.