The Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program                             

The Brody School of Medicine promotes excellence in clinical care through the application of safe, high-quality, simulation-based education. Trainees are provided faculty guided instruction through the use of a variety of simulation modalities such as computer programs, virtual reality simulators, innovative models, procedural task trainers, life-sized, computer-enhanced patient simulators, simulated patients, and a self-directed learning component.

The Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Program is accredited in Teaching/Education by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Accreditation is a peer-reviewed evaluation of a healthcare simulation program that  ensures the program meets international best practices and provides high-quality education, research, and innovation.