Simulation

Simulation FELLOWSHIP

See one, Sim one, Do one, Teach one
Overview

St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship is designed to provide advanced training in the emerging field of simulation-based medical education. The St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals Simulation Center is a fully interdisciplinary medical simulation center that provides training for a wide variety of medical and allied health practitioners at all levels of training. The Simulation Center leadership and faculty include physicians from the Department of Medicine Section of Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology, Surgery, amongst others. Our hospital system is an Academic Affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and is divided into two separate facilities with St. Luke’s Hospital located at 113th and Amsterdam and Roosevelt Hospital located at 59th and 10th Avenue in Manhattan. Most medical simulation activities are held at Roosevelt Hospital and include education of all participating programs, students, house-staff, and ancillary staff from each site.


Program Description

The St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship is a one year mentored fellowship that offers advanced training in simulation teaching, curriculum design, and simulation research. The fellow develops skills in a state-of-the-art simulation center developed at Roosevelt Hospital in 2007. The simulation fellowship is not an ACGME accredited fellowship as there are no ACGME accredited fellowships in Medical Simulation. The program is limited to two fellows per year.

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Fellowship Directors

Hassan Khouli, MD
Chief, Critical Care Section
Director, Simulation Center
St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center

Richard Lanoix, MD
Fellowship Co-Director, Simulation Medicine
St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center

See Also

Simulation Page at SLR EM Residency web site

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