Teaching at the DGSOM means preparing and inspiring future leaders in health and medicine. This central academic pillar carries numerous rewards, but also numerous challenges that may be compounded in remote learning environments.
These resources empower faculty to move beyond challenges and make a lasting impact on young physicians, physician-scientists, and researchers.
Advanced Surgical Simulators
CASIT's mission is to define and advance the state of the art of surgical and interventional technology, to revolutionize surgical education and training, to enable the development of unprecedented accuracy and precision in the performance of minimally invasive procedures, and to deliver novel, interventional therapies to patients.
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The David Geffen School of Medicine offers Grand Rounds Online (GRO) activities that are:
- Available On-Demand and free of cost
- Restricted to UCLA constituents who have a "UCLA.edu" email address
- Protected by access codes needed for registration
Simulation Training for Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology (MOCA®)
UCLA offers a one-day simulation training course in anesthesia crisis management. As one of ASA’s endorsed programs, our course can be used toward Part IV (Practice Performance Assessment & Improvement) of Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology (MOCA®). Learn more →
The Office of Continuing Medical Education offers in-person courses throughout the year (All courses have been moved to a virtual format until further notice).
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See this educational methodology in action across multiple departments and multidisciplinary areas.
Conference style presentations
In-person and virtual schedules
Our Sim Center Team is here to help you develop a curriculum, support simulation training, and evaluate learning outcomes.
For technology-based tools: SimTeam@mednet.ucla.edu
For Standardized Patients: UCLASPProgram@mednet.ucla.edu
We work closely with:
Simulation Instructor Training
The UCLA Simulation Instructor Training course is a two-day course for those who would like to learn more about teaching with high-fidelity scenario-based simulation. The course objectives are to explore the key elements/theories behind simulation-based education and instruction, practice effective debriefing techniques, and develop and pilot a simulation scenario.
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Train in various team simulations managing codes and critical scenarios. The courses emphasize effective teamwork, communication, and resource management.
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