The Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program at East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine in Greenville, North Carolina promotes excellence in clinical care through the application of safe, high-quality, simulation-based education. The program is offering a one-year clinical simulation fellowship that will begin in July 2018 and is designed for emergency medicine residency graduates interested in pursuing a career in simulation-based education.
The fellowship is a collaborative educational program between the Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program and the Department of Emergency Medicine. The fellow is provided the academic appointment and benefits of a Clinical Instructor faculty in the Brody School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine. The fellow will develop knowledge and skills in safe simulation-based learning, simulation technologies, curriculum design and implementation, interprofessional education, mobile simulation, simulation education research, and in the leadership, administrative aspects and operations of a clinical simulation program.
Candidate prerequisites include graduation from an accredited U.S. emergency medicine residency program, board eligibility/certification in Emergency Medicine, and a demonstrated interest in simulation-based education.
For further information, 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