Disaster Medicine simulation, a new rotation designed by STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation specifically for the BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine

DisasterFellowship News

The BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine is happy to announce a new rotation open to all fellows in Disaster Medicine Simulation. This rotation is in collaboration with the STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and will provide the fellow with training in cutting-edge simulation programming and design around the various topics of Disaster Medicine. This intensive two-week course is offered as part of each fellowship year and will grant a certificate of completion from STRATUS at the end of the training.

Dr. Ciottone said: 

“The Stratus Medical Simulation Center is considered one of the most advanced in the world, providing state-of-the-art simulation training to all levels of healthcare professionals. With this new course in Disaster Medicine simulation, designed by STRATUS specifically for the BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine, fellows can learn the necessary skills required to create robust simulation programs later in their careers. We are honored and excited to have this new partnership with STRATUS.”