Simulation-Based Medical Education Fellowship Program Didactics
Over the course of our one-year fellowship program, fellows experience the curriculum through a variety of didactics, providing the building blocks for a career in simulation-based medicine.
Asynchronous and Synchronous Encounters
Fellows cover the theories and applications of the Development of an Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship Consensus Curriculum: Initiative of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Simulation Academy during the fellowship program.
Hands-On Simulation Laboratory Sessions
Fellows provide hands-on simulation and practical education for residents and medical students on a regular basis. They also participate in program improvement activities and provide mentorship in Medical Education simulation.
Fellows lead at least one online simulation from the Collaborative Online Simulation Journal Club, sponsored by Brown Emergency Medicine Simulation.
Small Group Sessions
Small group sessions are a great way for fellows to teach and learn. Fellows are expected to observe at least nine sessions, actively participate in at least nine sessions, and lead at least 12 simulation activities over the year under the direct supervision of Simulation faculty.
Our teaching methods include:
- Asynchronous lectures
- Problem-based learning
- Project development
- Role modeling
- Small group learning and discussions