USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS) is excited to offer The Interprofessional Simulation Fellowship at USF Health CAMLS. The fellowship is designed to create the next generation of leaders in healthcare education, who have the experience necessary to lead multi-disciplinary simulation centers, drive innovation in experiential learning, and research best practices in simulation-based education. USF Health CAMLS is one of the world’s largest freestanding simulation centers and is uniquely positioned to provide the fellow broad exposure to a variety of learners, simulation modalities, large-scale organizational operations, and educational interventions to advance interprofessional education and improve patient safety.
The fellowship is a 1-year, non-ACGME accredited fellowship, offered to board-eligible and board-certified emergency medicine physicians. As part of the Division of Emergency Medicine, simulation fellows will be a member of the clinical faculty with the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine based at Tampa General Hospital, giving them the opportunity to practice in an academic setting alongside USF emergency medicine residents and medical students.
Ryan McKenna, DO, FACEP
Simulation Fellowship Director