The Center for Medical Simulation (CMS) Simulation Fellowship and International 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.
Nursing or medical degrees equivalent to the RN, NP, CNM, MD or DO degrees awarded in the U.S., or other allied health profession 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.
Application and Interview Information
Applicants should submit Curriculum Vitae, Personal Statement (1-2 pages) and three letters of recommendation (one from program director or immediate supervisor) to:
Roxane Gardner, MD, MPH, DSc
Director, Simulation Fellowship and International Scholars Program
Before applying, you may contact Dr. Gardner to discuss your interests and seek additional information about the program.