Simulation Division

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Welcome to the EMRA Simulation Division Page! (simulation@emra.org)
Chair
(Tony) Xiao Chi Zhang,
MD, MS
Thomas Jefferson University
Vice Chair
Nicholas Salerno, MD
LSU New Orleans'
Spirit of Charity
Staff Liaison
Linda Baker
lbaker@emra.org
Board Liaison, Vice-Speaker
Scott Pasichow, MD, MPH
Brown University
vicespeaker@emra.org  

SimWars Liaison:Chana Rich, Brown University, PGY2

Public Relations:Alex Tran, Brown University, MSIII

Why Simulation?

Medical Simulation is widely becoming an important part of medical education and has become a popular fellowship among EM graduates. EMRA members who enjoy simulation, are involved in simulation either at the medical student or residency level, and/or want to pursue further education in simulation are encouraged to join the EMRA Simulation Division. Much has been accomplished since our first meeting at ACEP13. The division, led by a great team of resident and student leaders, is working hard to enhance member knowledge of medical simulation by providing access to various sim resources as well as increase member involvement through publication and volunteer opportunities.

Current Initiatives

  • Monthly newsletter - emailed through the listserv and archived on our site (see below)
  • Simulation Resources
  • Establish a Medical Student Simulation Program
  • Establish a Case Bank to be shared among EMRA members
  • Produce Simulation Guides to help sim enthusiasts perfect their skills in both the clinical and simulation arenas (i.e. debriefing, how to approach a case, etc.)
  • Compile a list of available domestic and international Simulation Fellowships
  • Provide opportunities to increase Member Involvement
  • Monthly newsletter - emailed through the listserv and archived on our site (see below)

How to Get Involved

The EMRA Simulation Division is excited to involve all residents and medical students interested in simulation. Whether you want to help out on current division initiatives, participate in case writing and other division publications, or if you have a sim-related project of your own, please contact us at simulation@emra.org.

Simulation Fellowships

http://www.emra.org/match/simulation

Simulation News and Resources

Monthly Newsletters (archived)

Case Resources

Clinical Simulation Instructor Guidelines

Simulation Groups

 
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