Simulation

Emergency Medicine residents at CAMLS with Dr. Orban, Dr. Wilson and Dr. Campbell


Simulation training is based at the Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation in nearby downtown Tampa. The simulation curriculum and training is directed by Tabitha Campbell, MD. Dr. Campbell runs residency simulation training sessions every other month during grand rounds and also organizes procedural based training sessions throughout the year. Dr. Anish Zachariah also works with CAMLS and organizes the education and simulation curriculum for the third year clerkship.


CAMLS Control Center is able to change patient vitals as residents work on virtual patients
Doctors Campbell and Zachariah adjust simulated patient vitals real time in the control room as residents assess and treat in CAMLS Education Center
Residents successfully use video laryngoscopy intubation technique in simulated patient with head trauma
Dr. Zachariah, third year clerkship director (left) with Dr. Campbell, simulation director (right) seen in CAMLS Trauma OR located in the Surgical & Interventional Training Center (SITC)