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Center for Medical Simulation (CMS)

100 First Avenue, Suite 400
Boston, MA 02129-2011
Phone: 617-726-3034
Fax: 617-726-3046
Email: info@harvardmedsim.org
Website: https://www.harvardmedsim.org

Simulation Fellowship and Visiting Scholars Program

The Center for Medical Simulation (CMS) Simulation Fellowship and Visiting Scholars Program in simulation-based healthcare education is designed to provide learners with the skills necessary to develop, implement, manage, and assess healthcare simulation-based programs. The curriculum for this primarily non-clinical program is customized to meet the needs of the learner, ideally during a 6-12 month visit, or longer as desired. The learner experiences most aspects of healthcare simulation-based education, advancing their skills as an instructor, debriefer and leader of healthcare simulation-based activities.

Shorter periods of scholarship can be arranged as suits the needs of the learner on a case-by-case basis.

Applicant Qualifications

Nursing or medical degrees equivalent to the RN, NP, CNM, MD or DO degrees awarded in the US, or other allied health professions degrees, with a minimum of two years in clinical practice and high motivation to pursue advanced training in simulation-based healthcare education.

A record of achievement in healthcare education, as provided by letters of reference, publications, teaching evaluations, or prior specialized training or experience in medical education is desired, but not required.

Tuition:

For information, please contact
Gary M. Rossi, C.O.O.
grossi@harvardmedsim.org
(617) 726-3041

Application and Interview Information

Applicants should submit Curriculum Vitae, Personal Statement (1-2 pages), and 3 letters of recommendation (1 from Program Director or Immediate Supervisor) to:

Roxane Gardner MD MPH DSc
Director, Simulation Fellowship and Visiting Scholars Program
rgardner@harvardmedsim.org
(617) 726-3133

Before applying, you may contact Dr. Gardner to discuss your interests and seek additional information about the program.