Simulation Fellowship Director:
Michelle Sergel, MD
Cell: (312) 720-6715, Office/Fax: (312) 864-0087
Emergency Medicine Clinical Research Coordinator:
Phone: Ext. 4-1351
Emergency Medicine Simulation Coordinator:
Phone: Ext. 4-0061
The John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County Simulation Fellowship offers advanced training for Emergency Medicine physicians interested in pursuing a career in academic emergency medicine, utilizing simulation-based medical education. This one-year fellowship equips fellows to develop, implement and evaluate simulation‐based educational programs for faculty, residents, medical students, nurses and pre-hospital providers while developing a foundation in medical education theory and practice. There is an option for a Masters Degree in Clinical Research at Rush University. The experience and training includes the use of simulation modalities such as high‐fidelity mannequins, task-trainers and standardized patients.
The fellow with be working under the direction of Fellowship Director – Michelle Sergel, MD, Director of the John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County Simulation Center and Co-Director of the RUSH University Simulation Center – in Chicago, Illinois.
The Simulation Fellowship is comprised of three components: Education, Scholarship and Service.